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Farmers have a counterproposal to B.S.I.’s offer for bagasse

Up north, the sugar industry remains at a standstill. This Sunday, cane-farmers from all eighteen branches in the north assembled at the Escuela Secundaria Tecnica Mexico to receive an update [...]

Sugar roads are impassable

The condition of the sugar roads is affecting not only cane-farmers, but commuters in general. After a week of alternate cold and dry spells, the rains returned with a vengeance, [...]

Nationality certificate to Rafael Medina rushed in 1 day by Immigration Director

Tonight, there is no official explanation or comment from the Immigration Ministry on the Rafael Vasquez Medina nationality facilitation. Salvadoran national Vasquez-Medina received his Belizean nationality certificate on September nineteenth, [...]

PM travels to Venezuela

Prime Minister Dean Barrow is currently in Venezuela where leaders from Latin America and the Caribbean will be meeting in a one-day summit on the Petrocaribe Initiative which takes place [...]

2nd motion of P.U.P. Senator shot down by President of Senate

It is now three months since the immigration scandal broke, but an investigation doesn’t seem to be going anywhere at least no specific information has been forthcoming. So on November [...]

15 fugitives wanted; Interpol seeking public assistance

Interpol is seeking public assistance in locating fifteen fugitives wanted for varying degrees of crimes. The crimes vary from murder, to drug trafficking and money laundering and the nationalities of [...]

Elderly man killed in hit and run accident

There is a hit and run accident to report in the city. At about five-fifteen Saturday morning, seventy-seven year old Carmen Amilcar Trochez was knocked down and killed between miles [...]

United Nation looks at human trafficking, but there is more cases of human smuggling

The United Nations is looking at human trafficking Belize but that study reveals that there are far more cases of human smuggling of nationals from Central and South America and [...]

UN Special Rapporteur offers recommendations

The government of Belize has signed and ratified numerous international human right treaties which offer protection to women, children and migrant workers. G.O.B. has also pledged to suppress and punish [...]

C.E.O. Judith Alpuche disagrees with some aspects of preliminary report

The line Ministry for the issue of human trafficking is the Ministry of Human Development, Social Transformation and Poverty. Its C.E.O., Judith Alpuche, says that the number of trafficked persons [...]

Meet the new executive of the Christian Workers Union

Last Thursday, the outspoken attorney, Audrey Matura-Shepherd joined the ranks of the unions and was approved as President by all fourteen entities of the haemorrhaging Christian Workers Union. And on [...]

Newly installed CWU executive chart way forward

  One of the biggest issues facing the union is an allegation of missing monies. And that thorn will be dealt with head on by the new president and vice-president [...]

Allen and Roscelli tie the knot in From Yes to I Do

Reality Wedding Couple Allen and Roscelli took their wedding vows on Sunday during a memorable ceremony officiated by Cannon Leroy Flowers. The reality wedding aired live on this station brought [...]

High School Basketball and Junior National Tennis Championships

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   Let’s jump quickly into the national High School Basketball Championships which was hosted over the weekend at Sacred Heart [...]