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The list of thousands who were approved nationality

On September nineteenth, Elvin Penner was relieved of his appointment as minister of state after credible information landed at the Ministry that he had signed off on a nationality certificate [...]

D.P.P. says she hasn’t seen the police investigation into passport scandal

The passport scandal has dominated the media for weeks, night after night, and tonight there is still more to report. Elvin Penner is back in the country, and is awaiting [...]

Chief Magistrate rules for Gary Seawell to be extradited

Gary Seawell was in Magistrate’s Court today to hear a decision on a request for extradition to the U.S. Gary is the brother of Mark Seawell, and both men have [...]

SATIIM versus U.S. Capital…day one in court

SATIIM, the Mayan communities in the Sarstoon-Temash buffer zone, U.S. Capital Energy and the Government of Belize had their day in court today – or at least the first day, [...]

Should millions of dollars be spent on teachers and public officers or Cayo Northeast?

And tonight’s question is: If the government has millions of dollars in its coffers, should it be spent on: Teachers and public officers or Cayo Northeast? Send your comments and [...]

Activist, Patrick Menzies, attempts a shutdown of schools

Patrick Menzies is a community activist who has aligned himself with the Hispanic evangelical churches in Belize. And using that platform, he has now launched a move for a national [...]

N.T.U.C.B. fiery release at government on Occupational Health and Safety Bill

The National Trade Union Congress of Belize says the government is nonchalant where the safety of employees is concerned. That is the basis for a fiery release sent out over [...]

53 year old man charged for indecent assault of 15 year old

A fifty-three year old man is in trouble after a fifteen year old minor claimed that he rubbed his right hand down her breast last week Friday. When Medardo Cocom [...]

Indian businessman pleads guilty to assaulting female customer

An Indian businessman of Miami Fashion Store in downtown Albert Street also appeared in court. Bhishan Kumar Issrani is accused of hugging a female student inappropriately when she went to [...]

GSU anti-drug operation in city yields 20lbs of weed

In its latest anti-drug operation in the City, the Gang Suppression Unit retrieved over twenty pounds of marijuana. The bust took place on Monday afternoon in the Dyke Area of [...]

Belize Women’s Political Caucus launches a 2-year action plan

Women in public office have been a rarity in Belize’s political landscape when compared to the number of men who have offered themselves for candidacy in municipal and general elections [...]

NSSSA now has Bowen & Bowen as its exclusive sponsor

The National Secondary Schools Sports Association, the governing body for high school athletics in Belize, has joined forces with Crystal Bottling Company after several unsuccessful attempts at forging a productive [...]

Article in Amandala newspaper stirring outrage

There is an uproar tonight among various organizations, including the National Women’s Commission and the Special Envoy for Women and Children, following the publication of an article entitled “Bake It [...]

Belizean students excel in international art competition; one student makes it in the top 3

A ten year old student from Holy Redeemer made to the top three in an international art competition. Tasia Sutherland competed among students from around the globe and her piece [...]

Sacred Heart College invites you to its annual school fair and business expo

This weekend, the Sacred Heart College will be hosting its annual school fair and business expo on its grounds in San Ignacio. The event will feature businesses from throughout the [...]

A regional re-branding campaign by CARICOM

CARICOM has been a fixture within the Caribbean since its establishment in 1973 through the Treaty of Chaguaramas signed by four countries: Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad.  While CARICOM is [...]

Jane Usher basketball court and surrounding area gets illuminated

If you take a walk down Jane Usher Boulevard, you will see a difference in the neighborhood.  That’s because the area of the basketball court which is heavily populated has [...]

A sneak peek at From Yes to I Do Season 3

At eight-thirty tonight, season three of the tremendously popular reality show, From Yes to I Do, premieres. In this season, five couples are competing to win an unbelievable wedding which [...]