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Jamie Chavarria, Marked for Death, Shot and Killed on Berkeley Street

There had been several previous attempts on the life of twenty-six year old Jamie Chavarria, including one as recent as three weeks ago. But on Monday night, the Belize City [...]

Another Murder in Sugar City, Shop Owner Found Dead

There was another murder which occurred on Monday night. The timeline leading to the murder of fifty-seven year old businessman Ricardo Triminio of Orange Walk Town remains unknown and police [...]

Couple Seriously Injured During RTA Near Hattieville

A couple is tonight admitted at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital in a stable condition following a traffic accident on Monday night on the George Price Highway. A Ford Escape [...]

Should Government Allow for the Importation of Cheaper Rice from Guyana?

And our question tonight is: Should government open the door for the importation of cheaper rice from Guyana? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or [...]

Fire Destroys Girls Dorm at Youth Hostel. Was It a Case of Arson?

Around three-thirty this afternoon, fire was seen coming from the girls’ dormitory at the Youth Hostel at mile twenty-one on the George Price Highway. The building and its contents were [...]

Tour Operator Charged for Knocking Down and Killing Stella Maris Student

On March seventeenth, eleven year old Stella Maris student, Austin Olivera Junior, was hit by a vehicle; he succumbed to his injuries the following week after receiving treatment at the [...]

Lord Ashcroft Resigns from House of Lords, Remains A Peer

There is interesting news coming out of the United Kingdom tonight and it is that Lord Michael Ashcroft has resigned from the House of Lords but he will keep his [...]

C.W.U. Disassociates Itself from Union Abstention on Petrocaribe Bill

On Monday, Senator Ray Davis surprisingly abstained from voting when the controversial Petrocaribe Bill, went before the Senate.  That abstention has surprised many and stirred up the ire of many [...]

President Audrey Matura-Shepherd Says Passage of Bill Circumvents Existing Law

According to the CWU President, Matura-Shepherd, what has transpired in the House and Senate was deliberately accomplished to circumvent existing legislation.  That body of law, the Finance and Audit Act [...]

Fool Di Talk But Da Noh Fool Di Listen – Audrey on Barrow’s Petrocaribe Rationale

Furthermore, Matura-Shepherd said that government should do the right thing as it relates to public funds and she openly questions government’s borrowing as it concerns Petrocaribe funds, asking whether or [...]

Belize City Lions Introduces Easter Gift Project

Easter is one of the most important holidays on the Christian calendar as it symbolizes hope for the two billion plus Christians around the world. In Belize, the Lions Club [...]

What’s Ahead for Belize Jaguars? Los Quisqueyanos of Dominican Republic

As you know by now, a World Cup qualifier game between the Belize Jaguars and the Cayman National Team ended one to one on Sunday in the Caymans. It means [...]

Belize Advances to Second Round of 2018 World Cup Qualifier

The hopes and dreams of our nation rested on the shoulder of the Belize Jaguars as they headed to Cayman over the weekend to play compete against that nation’s ‘A’ [...]

Mayor Bradley Throws Hat in Caribbean Shores

Belize City Mayor Darrell Bradley, riding the wake of victory in municipal elections on March fourth, today announced he will be contesting the Caribbean Shores seat in a convention to [...]

Bradley Says Santi Will Spend, But He Will Win

According to Bradley, residents of Caribbean Shores have been asking for new representation, better service and better leadership, and he says that in those areas his record speaks for itself. [...]

Bradley Explains Push for Higher Office

Prime Minister Dean Barrow has stated openly that he will support his Cabinet colleague in any convention in Caribbean Shores. That doesn’t bode well for Bradley, as we’ve seen the [...]

Who Will Replace Bradley in City Hall?

Looking ahead, however…if the mayor is to step down, who will replace him as municipal leader for Belize City? Today, premature or not, the media asked Bradley about a possible [...]

City Infrastructure Push Continues

Notwithstanding the mayor seeking higher office, Bradley says that as a council, they have been aggressively looking at new plans for the city which will be rolled out in the [...]

P.U.P. Leader Demands Petrocaribe Accountability

There were two debates held in the House of Representatives last week – one on the 2015-2016 Budget and one on a proposed Petrocaribe Bill. The Bill is a controversial [...]

P.U.P. Turns Back on Petrocaribe Monies

With that, Fonseca emphasized that they cannot approve a Bill which seeks to bypass and do away with National Assembly authorization. And to show that he’s dead serious, Fonseca made [...]

Espat Says Roll Petrocaribe in Cayo South

That’s a grand gesture by the Leader of the Opposition, but almost immediately there was some confusion in the House. According to P.U.P. Deputy Leader Julius Espat, any Petrocaribe monies [...]

PM Barrow Scolds Julius Espat

And Prime Minister Dean Barrow wasn’t finished there. He has always reserved special attention for Cayo South Area Representative, Julius Espat, and Friday was certainly no exception.   Prime Minister [...]

Senate Discusses Petrocaribe Loan Motion

And today, the Senate met in regular session to debate the Petrocaribe Bill which passed through the House on Friday. The government has the majority in the Senate, so the [...]

Business Senator Criticizes Barrow Budget

Business sector Senator Mark Lizarraga had a lot to say about the Prime Minister’s budget today, particularly where borrowing is concerned. The Opposition coined the phrase ‘Borrow and Spend Budget,’ [...]

Cayo Resident Clinging to Life Following RTA

A San Ignacio resident is tonight clinging to life at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital after he was hit by a vehicle that did not stop. Fifty year old Bernard [...]