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Tourism Minister Breaks His Silence on Cayo Rosario Project

Cayo Rosario is back in the headlines tonight. The island is located on west Ambergris Caye and is part of the Hol Chan Marine Reserve expansion where a massive development [...]

Gary Versus Manny for U.D.P. Rep for Belize Rural South

Minister Heredia Junior is a four-term area representative of Belize Rural South and has not lost an election in his political career. He has also been the Minister of Tourism, [...]

Minister Heredia Confident that He is Unbeatable

Whether Greif’s application will be accepted or not will be known next week after the party’s vetting committee meets. But disrespect aside, Heredia Junior is confident that he is unbeatable. [...]

Another NO to Arthur Saldivar Political Aspiration

There is another ‘NO’ to Arthur Saldivar; he aspired to run for the People’s United Party in the Belmopan constituency, but his application has been turned down one more time. [...]

Sedi Walks Back ‘Crazy’ Talk

Foreign Minister Wilfred Elrington rubbed many the wrong way on July fifth when he used the word crazy to describe those who would vote ‘NO’ in respect of the upcoming [...]

Sedi Explains Government’s Push for a Yes Vote

Is the Referendum Unit’s education campaign being overshadowed by the United Democratic Party and government’s push for electors to vote ‘YES’ to the I.C.J.?  According to Foreign Minister Elrington, Belizeans [...]

BTV Letter of Complaint is Without Merit Says Foreign Minister Elrington

The Belize Territorial Volunteers, led by Wil Maheia, has written a letter of complaint to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.  Through that statement, the BTV is registering its concern [...]

Education Campaign to Intensify Ahead of Upcoming Referendum

The question of funding for the referendum campaign, however, remains a concern since it is a massive undertaking by the government.  Estimated to cost roughly nine million dollars, the countrywide [...]

Woman Threatened by Another with Gun in Belama

The evening news is often littered with stories of gun violence, portraying males as the sole perpetrators of incidents where other males are victims of armed assaults.  Tonight, however, there [...]

Accountant Detained in Connection with Forgery and Theft Case

There are very few details of a developing story in the Cayo District. Accountant Flavio Tzalam who has been with Santander, the Spanish company operating out of Valley of Peace [...]

No Salaries for Belmpan CitCo Workers? Admin Blames it on Revenue Collection

The Belmopan City Council is having some cash flow problems. And the most recent payroll problem will not be the last, as according to the City Council, they have been [...]

Belize City Council Consults on Urban Planning

The Belize City Council, with the help of consulting group, Grupo Innovoterra, is in the process of drafting a zoning ordinance for Belize City. It’s a document that will become [...]

Zoning Will Not Forget the Public Spaces in the City

The zoning ordinance looks on industrial and residential areas to determine the plans for the city. A big part of the planning also involved public spaces; and once the ordinance [...]

Another Store is Robbed in Orange Walk

Robbers hit another business in Orange Walk. Earlier this week, the security guard at Odette’s Home Center was held up and the thieves made away with cash as well as [...]

Who Will Be the Next Reina De La Costa Maya?

Seven beauties from Belize, the rest of Central America and Mexico are getting ready at this time to compete for the coveted La Reina De La Costa Maya pageant. It [...]

LGBTI Community Observes 2nd Annual Pride Week

UNIBAM and its partner LGBT groups are observing Pride Week in Belize from August fourth to the twelfth. It is the second time the LGBT community is observing the week [...]

No More Rainbow Flag at the U.S. Embassy in Belize? UNIBAM Weighs In

Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives are aiming to forbid U.S. embassies from raising “gay pride” flags, or any banner other than the Stars and Stripes. A Republican Rep is [...]

Smart Stars wrap up two-week summer camp

Young athletes completed today a two-week sports camp which tested their acumen and discipline on the football field. The camp has been held annually for over a decade by SMART [...]

Cancer Patient Needs Help

A father is seeking public assistance for his daughter who is stricken with cancer. The young girl, Sandy Carolina Maza, is hospitalized in Guatemala with brain cancer. She has been [...]