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Cervantes Recording Revisited

Late this evening, the Deputy Prime Minister, Gaspar Vega issued a statement in respect of an allegation made against him in a shocking recording of a phone call to Vilma [...]

DPM Vega Refutes Allegations

As we said earlier, the DPM has issued a statement on respect of the allegations made against him. He says that he is hurt and angered by the allegations that [...]

Woman Hit by AG’s Vehicle Dies

Thirty-one year old Elisa Hunter, who was struck by a government vehicle as she crossed the George Price Highway, perished on Wednesday evening at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. Hunter [...]

Victim’s Sister Awaits Promised Assistance from AG Elrington

Hunter, who is originally from Nicaragua, lived in Belize for the past nine years; she leaves behind a seven-year old child and two sisters and a brother. Her sister, Ersi, [...]

The Split at Caye Caulker Under Dispute

Caye Caulker is an island fast realizing its tourism potential, second only to the larger San Pedro but growing. Perhaps the main attraction for tourists on the island is an [...]

Scotiabank Undergoes Massive Downsizing

Across Mexico and the Caribbean hundreds of employees of Scotiabank will be made redundant in a massive downsizing exercise.  The laying off of at least one thousand, five hundred full-time [...]

Mediation Fails in Pickwoad Land Dispute

In Wednesday’s newscast, we reported that a land dispute between Bernadette Pickwoad and Maud Williams, over a piece of property located in Belama Phase One, had been adjourned pending the [...]

BBBFF Takes Control of Local Gym

The dust has settled at least for now, between bodybuilder Cricel Castillo and the Belize Body Building and Fitness Federation. In a very public spat last week, there was a [...]

American Nation to be Shipped Back to the US

  A fifty-three-year-old American national, Joseph Michael Schmeltzer, who is originally from Los Angeles, California, was found living in Belize illegally and by virtue of the Immigration Act, he is [...]

BBIA Announces Winners of Belize Literary Prize

The Belize Literary Prize is an initiative of the Belize Book Industry Association which provides a framework for teachers, authors and aspiring writers to express themselves through their writing skills. [...]

Kalilah Enriquez & Jorge Awe Honoured at BBIA Awards

The top two winners, Kalilah Enriquez and Jorge David Awe are both from the Diaspora and are living in Jamaica and Canada, respectively. While Enriquez was unable to make it [...]

Caye Caulker Police Need New Barracks

Government has with some regularity boasted that its coffers are bulging with Petrocaribe funds to the tune of hundreds of millions. And that money can apparently be used for all [...]

Rotary Launches Annual Christmas Raffle

Katherine Thomas, a single mother of two received keys to a brand new home on Wednesday morning courtesy of the Rotary Club of Belize.  Undoubtedly, the assistance goes a long [...]

Healthy Living Looks At Male Sterilization

When a couple decides that they have had as many children as they would like, the conversation that follows is often about measures that the woman may take to prevent [...]