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Opposition Leader Reveals the Whereabouts of Joshua Perdomo

The Leader of the Opposition, John Briceño is ramping up pressure in respect of a write-off of a loan of forty-thousand plus dollars to the son of the Cabinet Secretary. [...]

Kareem Musa Takes on Michael Peyrefitte over Joshua Perdomo’s Loan Write-Off

After the House of Representatives approved the write-off without debate, it went to the Senate and seven out of the thirteen senators voted it down including Church Senator Ashley Rocke [...]

P.U.P. Contemplating Judicial Review if Joshua Perdomo’s Loan is Written-Off

Musa reiterated what Briceño has said to the PM, and that is that, if the loan is written off without the Senate’s approval, the Opposition will launch a legal challenge [...]

BYM Calls on Belizean Youth to Rise Against Lotion Motion

The Belize Youth Movement is calling on all the Belizean youths to rise and demand that their student loans also be written off. The B.Y.M., an arm of the People’s [...]

Opposition Leader was Right, says Kareem Musa

The Leader of the Opposition John Briceño says that on October fourth he was denied the opportunity to debate the Joshua Perdomo forty thousand dollars write-off motion. Speaker of the [...]

House Speaker says Opposition Leader’s Letter Misleading, Misrepresented

House Speaker Laura Tucker Longsworth responded to Briceño’s letter today, saying that his statements are misleading and the facts are misrepresented. Longsworth tells Briceño that on October fourth, as the [...]

What’s Going on with the Compensation for Candice Miller?

About a week and a half ago, former City Administrator Candice Miller won a case against the City Council for wrongful termination. The current P.U.P. administration believes that Miller was [...]

Can CitCo Meet its Financial Obligations to Pay Compensation & Claims

But as the issue of compensation to the former City Administrator looms over the council, there is still another elephant in the room. A million-dollar claim by Belize Waste Control [...]

A Community Sewing Centre for the Women in Mesop

Single and unemployed women of the Mesopotamia Division will be able to take on sewing to generate income for themselves and boost economic activity in the division. Today, a centre [...]

Has the P.U.P.’s Candice Pitts Gained Ground in Mesop?

These days City Councillor Doctor Candice Pitts has been on the ground in the Mesopotamia constituency, which is considered a stronghold for the United Democratic Party under senior minister Michael [...]

A Change of Heart for Candice Pitts

Candice Pitts came to the political scene in 2018 when she ran and won her seat as councillor in the Belize City Council under the P.U.P. banner. Now, Pitts is [...]

A New Homeowner Courtesy Heritage Bank & Hand in Hand Ministries

The Hand in Hand Ministries handed over its thirty-second house for this year. The new home was built in Ladyville and the keys were presented to the owner this afternoon [...]

Scout Association Hosts Pile Driving Ceremony for its New Headquarters

The Belize Scout Association held a pile driving ceremony today on site of where its new headquarters will be built. The “Sir Colville N. Young Building” will serve as the [...]

Belize Prepares for Children’s Parliament

Thirty-six children have been preparing to participate in a Children’s Parliament to commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of the Convention of the Rights of the Children next month. The event is [...]

“Vaccines are Everybody’s Business”

This week is being dedicated to raise awareness on the importance of vaccines in preventing diseases and protecting public health. Hand hygiene is an easy and effective way to prevent [...]

ComPol Chester Williams Sustains Minor Injuries in Chile

Commissioner of Police Chester Williams sustained minor injuries in a traffic mishap in Chile, where he is attending the eighty-eighth Interpol General Assembly. Williams suffered from a sprain right knee [...]

Dr. Colin Young, Incoming Executive Director of C.C.C.C.C.

It is confirmed that Doctor Colin Young will be moving to the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre in early January 2020. Young, we reported some time ago, is demitting office [...]

Ministry of Education Adopys ProFuturo Program

A digital education programme was launched today by the Ministry of Education in partnership with the OAS and two foundations. Eleven rural schools will be equipped with tablets, laptops and [...]

A B.E.L. Team Travels to Bahamas to Assist in Restoring Efforts following Hurricane Dorian

Hurricane Dorian pounded the Bahamas for days in early September causing loss of life and devastating damage to the islands of Obaco and Grand Bahamas. The Belize Electricity Limited is [...]

“Building Resilience of the Caribbean Community”

Statistics are important in our daily lives; it keeps us accurately informed with what is taking place all over.  The Statistical Institute of Belize, which one of the major agencies [...]

Uproar as Belmopan CitCo De-reserves Land Designate for Phillip Goldson Boulevard

A hasty land transaction that appears questionable to many in Belmopan is raising eyebrows and causing outrage. A few weeks ago the Belmopan City Council gave the order to de-reserve [...]

Insp. David Mckoy Called to the Bar

Inspector of Police David McKoy was today called to the bar. It is a significant accomplishment for the young officer who says that he is better equipped to serve the [...]

HEMP – a Viable Industry for Belize?

Belize will soon see the establishment of industrial hemp production. The Attorney General’s Ministry has been working on the legal framework that will help to regulate the industry. But, hemp, [...]

Senator Lizarraga Says G.O.B. Spending is Out of Control

The IMF’s preliminary report on Belize’s economic says that the recovery is moving at a glacial space. During the first three months of the year, the G.D.P. grew by an [...]

Attorney Offers Services to Collect Joshua Perdomo’s Debt

The debate got testy among Senators on Wednesday when Write-off Number Two Motion was introduced. The write-off is for forty thousand dollars owed to the Government of Belize by Joshua [...]