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Not This Time: U.D.P. Chairman Calls for Patrick Faber’s Immediate Resignation

Patrick Faber must go, and he must go now. That’s a firm individual position taken by the chairman of the United Democratic Party, amid another scandal involving the embattled Leader [...]

What Will It Take to Remove Faber as L.O.O. and U.D.P. Leader?

Notwithstanding Dr. Arnold’s statement being rescinded, the sequence of events, as detailed in her report, is damning, if indeed they are factual. Peyrefitte admits, however, that to remove Faber as [...]

Faber Can Only Be Removed by a Two-thirds Majority

On the matter of a course of action to be taken by the party executive, we asked the chairman of the U.D.P if the decision making process would involve delegates [...]

Tanga is Executed After Leaving Court; Michael Lambey Gunned Down on Curl Thompson

It has been a violent start to 2022 with Belize City being the national hotspot once again. Last night Michael Lambey was killed on Curl Thompson Street, and Joseph James [...]

Brigadier General Azariel Loria Takes Command

Today, at the celebration of the forty-fourth anniversary of the Belize Defence Force, the official ceremonial change of command parade took place at the Sir Colville Young Parade Square at [...]

Stevedores Strike at Port; B.D.F. Arrive

This morning, tensions were high outside the Port of Belize Limited compound, as stevedores took industrial action. With them off the job, reports quickly emerged that the Belize Defense Force [...]

C.W.U. Says G.O.B. Should Mediate, Not Take Side of Employer

And, “Mose” Hyde had a message for the state when we asked him for a comment. He contends that the state’s action is a provocation to the stevedores currently engaged [...]

Port: “No Comment” on Security Arrangements

The C.E.O. of Port of Belize Limited, Andy Lane, was tight lipped about the purpose of the B.D.F.’s presence on the compound; when we asked him about it via Zoom [...]

Port Strike Upending Supply Chain for Incoming and Outgoing Goods

With all stevedores now out on strike, the hands of the management at the Port of Belize Limited are tied. One ship docked since Thursday morning is still waiting to [...]

Patrick Faber Was Wanted Following Domestic Abuse Allegations, But Fiancé Withdraws Charges

Opposition Leader Patrick Faber was wanted by the Belize Police Department, following a report made by his fiancé on Wednesday afternoon. The formal complaint filed by Dr. Shanika Arnold with [...]

Faber Faces Two Charges

While an informal report was made to police on Monday, the events that unfolded two days later which resulted in Dr. Arnold’s injury, as well as the destruction of her [...]

Dissuading Dr. Arnold from Proceeding with Court Action is a Crime

Since the issue made headlines on Wednesday, it is reported that Dr. Arnold has come under intense pressure not to proceed with legal action against her fiancé.  According to Commissioner [...]

Thirty-Seven Persons Flagged at The P.G.I.A. For Immigration Offenses

Even as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was welcoming Costa Rica Foreign Minister to Belize on Tuesday, on that same COPA flight were thirty-seven persons who were flagged at the [...]

Will Belize Impose Visa Requirements for Venezuelans?

During the press conference held by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, it was revealed that visa requirements have been imposed for Venezuelan nationals in several Central American countries. Belize has [...]

Ministry of Tourism Comments on South Americans Denied Entry

The Minister of Tourism and the director of the Belize Tourism Board also addressed concerns over the C.O.P.A. Airlines passengers that have been denied entry during the B.T.I.A. Annual General [...]

A Call Center Employee is Gunned down at Home

There was a senseless murder in Belize City last night, just off Mahogany Street.  A customer care worker was online and about to wrap up a shift when he was [...]

B.T.I.A. Looks Forward to 2022

Tourism stakeholders, who make up the Belize Tourism Industry Association, today took part in their thirty-sixth Annual General Meeting. The event was held virtually in tandem with COVID protocols. With [...]

New Tourism Programs and Market Expansion in 2022

Belize’s tourism industry, which was the first and most severely impacted sector during the pandemic, is rejuvenating to where it was in pre-COVID days, making what Belize offers even more [...]

PM Mottley’s Party Wins 30 of 30 Seats

Now turning to regional news, the Barbados Labour Party, led by the Prime Minister Mia Mottley, was victorious in the Republic’s general election on Wednesday. The Barbados Labour Party defeated [...]

FM Courtenay Congratulates Mia Mottley on Re-election

Today, Foreign Minister Eamon Courtenay congratulated Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley for her party’s landslide win and return to office.   Eamon Courtenay, Minister of Foreign Affairs “I think once [...]

Minister of Foreign Affairs Says Passengers Barred Entry is Serious Issue

A group of passengers coming off a Copa Airlines flight was barred from entering Belize through the Phillip Goldson International Airport on Tuesday.  Minister of Foreign Affairs Eamon Courtenay told [...]

OJ Elrington Denied Meeting with Migrant Detainees

This afternoon, attorney Orson Elrington showed up at the Queen Street Police Station demanding to meet with his clients who have been in detention since Tuesday when they were taken [...]

Was There an Altercation on the Aircraft?

Was there a scuffle onboard the flight at the P.G.I.A. that resulted in all thirty-two passengers being taken off the airplane?  That’s what the media asked Elrington today.  Here’s his [...]

Hugo Patt Seeks Leave for Judicial Review Following COI Report

Corozal North Area Representative Hugo Patt was summoned to testify before a Commission of Inquiry on February twenty-sixth, 2021.  During his time before the panel, the former deputy prime minister [...]

PM Says U.D.P. Trying to Bury Commission Report

Since the findings of the Commission of Inquiry into the sale of government assets under the latter part of the previous administration’s reigns were revealed, former Minister of Natural Resources [...]