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Is Andre Vega Evading Court Action for Haulover Compensation?

Andre Vega, son of former Deputy Prime Minister Gaspar Vega, remains at the heart of a land scandal involving a parcel of prime real estate near the Haulover Creek and [...]

Breaking “Belizean Cheaters”: Women Deplore Lascivious Content Shared Online

Since the weekend, the social media page, Belizean Cheaters and all its evolutions have been wreaking havoc across the country.  Even as the pages are reported to the Facebook Administrator, [...]

Government Moves to Address “Cyber Crimes”

The chorus of disapproval in the wake of the social media spectacle is forcing lawmakers to look carefully at new legislation to address the issue of cyber bullying.  As it [...]

Getting to the Bottom of the Arbitral Awards

Lord Michael Ashcroft’s interview with News Five this week touched on a wide range of topics but the one of most current interest is the various arbitral awards under litigation [...]

Michael Ashcroft Says New Laws Unnecessary and a Distraction

As pointed out by the principals of Caribbean Investment Holdings Limited, the language in the Crown Proceedings (Amendment) Act is similar to those passed in the Supreme Court of Judicature [...]

CIHL Goes to Court Against Anti-Arbitration Injunction; G.O.B. Holds Firm

And this coming Monday, February twenty-seventh, the Supreme Court will hear an application by CIHL to discharge an injunction granted by Justice Michelle Arana restraining the company from enforcing a [...]

A.G. Says Deportation Not an Issue for Belize

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, known as ICE, have begun deportation raids in support of new policy by the Donald Trump administration. Hundreds have been rounded up across the country [...]

U.S. Turns Back Supa G from Texas

Belizean entertainer Supa G is back in the country after being denied entry into the United States earlier this week.  The popular artist, born Lensford Martinez, was traveling to Houston, [...]

Superbond Consent Offer Extended Again; S&P Sceptical, Lowers Ratings

Earlier this week, the Government of Belize announced deferral of the coupon payment of almost twenty-six million Belize dollars to holders of the Belize 2038 Bonds. Officially, the plan is [...]

Ashcroft Says Investors May Turn Away from Belize without Security

Turning to the current state of the economy…Lord Michael Ashcroft says that Belize has not shown the promise engendered by the various monies spent here over the last decade or [...]

Ashcroft Vs Barrow? Lord Michael Says It Was Never Personal

We asked Lord Ashcroft how things seemed to get so personal between himself and Prime Minister Dean Barrow over the various situations involving B.T.L. and the subsequent arbitral awards. To [...]

Wife’s Charges Upgraded to Manslaughter for Pushing Husband to Death

On Valentine’s Day, a couple living on Victoria Street was socializing when it is alleged the woman pushed her common-law husband down the stairs. He sustained a head injury when [...]

Immigration Still Interested in Chon Saan Building But Looking at Other Options

Will government proceed with the purchase of the Chon Saan Building in Belmopan?  As we’ve reported, the Immigration Department is looking for real estate to house a new passport system [...]

Chamber of Commerce Sore over Superbond

The unpaid national debt that looms over Belize’s fragile economy continues to be a matter of concern in various sectors, including the business community.  On Thursday, the Belize Chamber of [...]

Who is Behind Takeover of ‘Picado Road’ in Lake Independence?

Residents living at mile two and half on the George Price Highway on a street called “Lucky Street” say that it appears that one of the designated streets in their [...]

Mexican Artist and S.J.C. Students Adorn Mexican Institute Wall with Mural

A Mexican artist and students from Saint John’s College collaborated on mural earlier this week. The use of stencil and graffiti style art piece was started earlier this week and [...]

Taking “Art Action” Against Domestic Violence

Reported cases of domestic violence are on the increase even though there are many that never make it to the police; and in other instances statements have been made, but [...]