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Figueroa Trounces Harrison in Cayo North!

The results of the Cayo North by-elections were known early on Monday night but were in fact predicted before voting even took place. Early in the counting, the U.D.P. enjoyed [...]

P.U.P. Reels from Devastating Loss

While the U.D.P. celebrates, for the People’s United Party, it has been a devastating loss.  At a press conference at Independence Hall this afternoon by the P.U.P., the media brief [...]

Fonseca Remains Optimistic About Municipal Elections

While the Cayo North bye-election is being used as a barometer to measure the parties’ respective abilities to mobilize supporters to the polls come March, Fonseca admits that the existing [...]

Is the Impact of the P.U.P.’s Cayo North Loss Seismic?

And what’s the morale of the P.U.P. following Monday’s devastating loss at the polls?  According to Fonseca, while there is disappointment, the party is preparing to move ahead and that [...]

Do You Support Cane Farmers Rejecting ASR/B.S.I. Proposed Agreement?

And tonight’s question is: Do the support the position of cane farmers to reject the proposed agreement by ASR/B.S.I.? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 [...]

B.S.C.F.A. to Support Order of Mandamus

The only thing for certain in the sugar industry is that it is back to square one and tonight, the industry finds itself at rock bottom. While there is urgent [...]

Lucilo Teck Explains Injunction Against B.S.C.F.A.

Both the B.S.C.F.A. and Lucilo Teck were making the media rounds this morning. Teck, a former secretary of the B.S.C.F.A., maintains that the purpose for seeking an injunction would have [...]

P.M. Barrow on Latest Turn of Events in Sugar Crisis

When we checked tonight, there was no word yet on any possible meeting between the key players in the industry. But late this evening, the B.S.C.F.A. has written to the [...]

What’s the Fate of BML Employees?

The employment of sanitation workers by Mayor Darrel Bradley has been prickly issue. But tonight, after months of discussions with Belize Maintenance Limited and the Christian Workers Union, a total [...]

G.O.B. to Assist CitCo with Salaries of Sanitation Workers

According to Mayor Bradley to assist with the level of service that will be given to the public, the council is in a process of strengthening its human resources. Central [...]

Troy Hyde Charged for the Weekend Murder of “Robbery” Lopez

  Today, under heavy security with police armed with M-sixteen rifles, Troy Deon Hyde, of Curl Thompson Street, Belize City, was taken to court for arraignment. At eight-ten this morning, [...]

P.U.P. Urges for Campaign Finance Reform

One more issue from today’s press conference by the Opposition Leader. The People’s United Party has for some time been clamoring for campaign finance reform.  The motion would compel all [...]

Mayor Bradley Says Sanitation Debt to be Settled by February

Earlier in the newscast, you heard Mayor Darrell Bradley say he was taking on one hundred and fifty-eight employees, formerly employed by Belize Maintenance Limited. While that comes on board [...]

What’s the Latest on Belize City Road Works?

The purpose of today’s press briefing by Mayor Darrell Bradley was really to outline several matters for which the general public wanted answers. Sanitation—contractors and workers aside—Mayor Bradley also spoke [...]

Does the Key to Downfall of Maya Civilization Lie in the Blue Hole?

The ancient Mayan civilization, recognized for its monumental contributions to art, science, astronomy and architecture, was perhaps made extinct by a century-long drought.  While periods of dry weather have been [...]