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OAS chief says ICJ is best recourse to settle Guatemalan Claim

The Guatemalan claim to Belize; it is the number one priority in foreign policy for the government of Belize. And while negotiations have been conducted for decades, it is now [...]

Central Bank says Belize Bank must deliver by Monday

A decision was delivered late night in the continued legal battles between the Government of Belize and the Ashcroft Group of companies that have been tied up in court in [...]

Prices of butane gas down by 5 dollars

But there is good news for consumers around the country; the price of butane gas has been reduced by five dollars per hundred pound cylinder. The decrease takes effect tomorrow. [...]

Nurse held at gunpoint by boyfriend

And in news from the Magistrates’ Court, an outing for a nurse turned ugly in the early hours of this morning. Thirty-two year old Leah Stevens, a nurse at the [...]

Taxi driver attacked by unknown assailant

And police are looking for a suspect who fired several shots at a taxi driver in the wee hours of this morning on Water Lane. The taxi driver, Shawn Ortiz, [...]

Belize Broadcasting Authority pushes “must carry rule”

The Belize Broadcasting Authority chaired by businessman Louis Leslie met in emergency session this morning in light of an ongoing dispute over the disruption in cable services in the communities [...]

New projections for hurricane season

Weather experts have predicted an active and busy hurricane season and true to their word, on the day the season opened southern Belize was devastated by Tropical Storm Arthur. Residents [...]

Famous Belizean scientist hosts Youth Leadership Academy

Dr. Arlie Petters is Belize’s famous scientist. Dr. Petters lectures at Duke University in North Carolina, but every year he comes to Belize for a science and math summer programme. [...]

Anglican Diocese releases five new text books

Primary school children are on summer break, but teachers of the Anglican Diocese have been busy, and today the Anglican Schools launched five books written by the teachers. The texts [...]

And the fifth Growing the Future Summer School closes

This morning youths from around Belize City who participated in the fifth annual Growing the Future Summer School received their certificates of completion. The programme catered for kids from standards [...]

Stephen Okeke critical of poster distributed by Min. of Health

Stephen Okeke is best known for his work as a sculptor. His other titles include author and educator. Today he stopped by our studio in a new role; that of [...]

Jonathan Williams carries Belize flag at opening of Olympics

Beijing’s National Stadium, also known as the Bird’s Nest, was packed with ninety-one thousand people for the opening ceremony of the 2008 Olympics. The ceremony exploded with multi-coloured fireworks, prolific [...]

Miss Guatemala is the new Reina de la Miss Costa Maya

Hey Guys, I’m Saffiyah and this is What’s Happening Belize? I’m starting off this week with La Isla Bonita, San Pedro. They’ve been having activities all week to celebrate their [...]