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New Cement Bridge in San Pedro Should Be Ready By Easter

The new cement bridge that connects both sides of San Pedro Town in Boca del Rio should be ready for use by Easter. The crossing was deemed necessary after the [...]

Government Energy Director on Seismic Testing: Information is Power

Ryan Cobb, the Energy Director at the Ministry of Energy, was also asked about the advantages of seismic testing, when we caught up with him today. With reports that the [...]

Concerns Raised During First Session of People’s Constitution Commission Meeting

The inaugural meeting of the People’s Constitution Commission took place today at the House of Culture in Belize, but from the get-go, there were concerns raised by some of the [...]

C.C.J. Academy of Law Brings Referral Workshop to Belize Judiciary

In January of 2021, The Government of Belize announced that it had sued the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean Court of Justice over an alleged breach of [...]

New Supreme Court Justices to be Appointed; the Bar Records Disappointment with Courthouse Neglect

According to the President of the Bar Association, Senior Counsel Andrew Marshalleck, the Judicial and Legal Services Commission is already in the process of making appointments to fill vacant posts [...]

Cayo Resident Wins $50K from Scratch & Win

There is a fifty-thousand-dollar Scratch and Win winner from the Cayo District tonight.  Today, Luis made his way over to our office on Coney Drive, along with Scratch and Win [...]

A Mental Patient is Gunned Down in an Officer-Involved Shooting

There was a mid-morning shooting incident in Belize City that brought everything downtown to a screeching halt.  Vehicular traffic was diverted away from the Swing Bridge, where the body of [...]

ComPol Williams Says Francis Ramos had a History with Knives and Machetes

In the wake of the shooting, Commissioner of Police Chester Williams spoke with reporters.  He outlined the sequence of actions taken by the responding officers, according to the amateur footage [...]

A Protracted Legal Battle between the F.I.U. and C.I.B.L. over Confiscated Monies

The legal battle between the Financial Intelligence Unit and Caribbean International Brewery Limited is facing yet another delay as it continues down a winding course in the Orange Walk Magistrate’s [...]

Attorney for C.I.B.L. Makes Application for Magistrate’s Recusal

As you heard Senior Counsel Smith say, former P.M. Dean Barrow made an application for Magistrate Deborah Rogers to recuse herself from the case. Barrow contended that Magistrate Rogers can [...]

Attorney for F.I.U. is Confident Application for Magistrate’s Recusal Will Fail

Senior Counsel Smith also gave us his take on the application for Magistrate Rogers to recuse herself of the case. Smith argues that the magistrate’s determinations and not the magistrate [...]

Was Saldivar Shyne’s Favored Candidate in Upcoming U.D.P. Convention?

Disgraced former Belmopan Area Representative John Saldivar is hosting a press conference for Thursday afternoon here in Belize City to address the allegations that have led to his recent designation [...]

B.S.C.F.A. Regains Positive Outlook on Commercial Agreement Negotiations

The Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association says it is making progress with Belize Sugar Industries Limited in naming a mediator for its ongoing negotiations. Today, we spoke with Alfredo Ortega, [...]

B.S.C.F.A. Anticipating Delivery of Two Hundred and Sixty Tons of Stand-Over Sugarcane

With over two hundred and sixty thousand tons of stand-over sugarcane left in the field from last season, B.S.C.F.A. says it has no intentions to cause a blockade or delay [...]

Supplementary Budget to Be Presented for Repairs to Courthouse

This afternoon, the media caught up with Minister of Public Service, Henry Charles Usher at the handing over of a donation from a group of Asian businessmen from the south [...]

Asian Businessmen from Stann Creek Donate 400 Pantries to the City

More donations are pouring in to assist Belize City residents who were affected by Hurricane Lisa. Today, a group of Asian businessmen from Stann Creek delivered four hundred pantries, bags [...]

Minister Perez: Grounded Vessel Can’t Be Removed from Reef

Earlier this year, in February, a sailboat with two Canadians onboard ran aground in Lighthouse Reef. Both sailors were rescued by the Belize Coast Guard, but their sailboat had to [...]

A Dream Come True – Oscar Quiroz is Signed to US Pro Cycling Team

Well-known Belizean cyclist, Oscar Quiroz has officially signed with the Miami Blazers, a racing team from the United States. The Galen graduate and junior environmental policy analyst within the Department of [...]

Miami Blazers Fielded the 2022 Cross Country Champion

So who are the Miami Blazers? Well, the 2022 Holy Saturday Cross Country Cycling Classic champion is a member of the team. Zamir Guerra, the Public Relations Officer of the [...]

Get Ready for the Mr. Belize 2022 Championship

The Mister Belize 2022 Championship will be held on Saturday inside the Queens Room at the Ramada Hotel in Belize City.  Bodybuilding and fitness athletes will register this Friday to [...]

Former P.M. Dean Barrow Files Application for Judicial Review in $3.1 Million C.I.B.L. Case

Former Prime Minister Dean Barrow has launched an application for judicial review before the Supreme Court on behalf of his clients at the Caribbean International Brewery Limited, in Orange Walk [...]

Saldivar’s Fate to be Decided by U.D.P. Special Committee

Former Belmopan Area Representative John Saldivar was designated by the United States government as an individual who has been significantly corrupt in public life during his tenure as a minister [...]

When Will U.D.P. Throw in the Towel on John Saldivar?

It is no secret that Saldivar remains the subject of intense public scrutiny ever since grave allegations were made against him several years ago.  While he has never been tried [...]

What are Shyne’s Thoughts on the Allegations Against John Saldivar?  

Amid the weighty allegations that continue to loom over John Saldivar’s candidacy, his party leader was asked if he believes that Saldivar acted immorally or dishonestly during the three years [...]

President of the A.P.S.S.M. Says Discussions to Resume with Government on Increment Freeze

Earlier in our newscast, you heard from Chief Magistrate Sharon Fraser on the predicament she and her fellow lower court judges are faced with after the ceiling over courtrooms three, [...]