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Chamber of Commerce special meeting; members mostly militant

This coming Monday, the government will be going back to the House with legislation to renationalize Belize Telemedia. That legislation has not been seen by most members of the National [...]

Only one P.U.P., but Party split on nationalization

There is a major split in the opposition party. That’s not exactly news, but leading up to the House Meeting on Monday, P.U.P. representatives Mark Espat and Cordel Hyde, issued [...]

Former Attorney General says government is duty bound to obey the court

As we come to the close of the work week, there is a sense of uncertainty and insecurity that prevails in many sectors on the quick “fix” to legislation for [...]

Questions of the day about quality of life

Over six persons voted on our last poll, which asked should the P.M. ignore Court of Appeal and retain control of Telemedia? Three hundred and ninety-six voters, which represent sixty-three [...]

B.E.L. owes millions to BELCOGEN

Belize Electricity Limited was acquired by the government last Monday when the government declared it wanted to prevent blackouts since the company was bankrupt and unable to meet payments to [...]

2 persons shot on Reggae Street

The indiscriminate spate of violence continues in the streets of the Old Capital as two Belize City men are tonight recovering from various gunshot wounds following a shooting incident on [...]

Accused found not guilty of rape

A man accused of rape and robbery was found not guilty this evening by a jury of five women and four men. Deliberation lasted four hours and the decision was [...]

World Cup pre-qualifier against Montserrat still in limbo

On Monday the Football Federation of Belize was ordered by Supreme Court Justice Minnet Hafiz to withdraw a claim made against the National Sports Council following the issuance of a [...]

High school students challenged to make 3-5 minute movie

Not only are there summer camps, but there are summer competitions for youths. The Belize Audio Video Industry Association (BAVIA) in partnership with the Belize International Film Festival and SMART [...]

MegaBingo is the game in which one person won over $100,000

Less than a month ago Mega-Bingo paid out the highest jackpot ever to be won in Belize. Well, tonight there is another progressive jack pot winner who hit the grand [...]

New Fisheries Amendments to allow better management

It’s lobster season and while having one of the delectable crustaceans on your plate may be all you need to keep your belly full, the proper management of fishing grounds [...]

House of Shotokan competes in Mexico’s Taekwondo Tournament

A group of taekwondo students are heading to Mexico City for the Copa Del Mundo de Taekwondo this weekend. The group is a mix of children, from as young as [...]

Special Olympic delegates, great representatives of Belize

The Belizean athletes, who are competing in the Special Olympics Summer Games in Athens, started out strong, winning their first two games against Indonesia and Chile. But on Wednesday the [...]

Geospatial technology like GIS and GPS at kids’ summer camp

How much do you know about geospatial technology like GIS and GPS? Well, you can test your knowledge with some young students who participated in the second annual Kids GIS [...]

400 pound manatee washes up on shore

Mariners have often been asked to be aware while maneuvering their boats into harbor. The request is not only for the safety of boat passengers but also of sea life. [...]

Safiyyah finds out what’s happening at the Inn at Robert’s Grove

What’s Happening Belize returned last week with a whole new concept and Safiyyah is highlighting places where you can go with family and friends for a fun and relaxing weekend. [...]