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Standard and Poors downgrades Belize

There’s dire economic news tonight. The warning came shortly after the nationalization of Belize Electricity Limited and today Standard and Poor’s officially decreased Belize’s credit rating. The foreign currency credit [...]

Murder on Gwen Liz High School Compound

There is another murder in the City to report tonight, it’s the second for this week and it happened less than twenty-hours after the first. On Wednesday evening sometime around [...]

John Pascual, 17 years, shot 3 times

There was another shooting in the city on Wednesday night, three hours after the murder of Justin Roches. This time the target was a minor. Shortly after nine, seventeen year [...]

Glenn Tillett relates his detention

Glenn Tillett has been a prominent member of the media for eons. He has worked over the past years as a radio show host and is a former editor and [...]

Tillett says malice was the motive for charge in Belmopan

During his sit-down with the media at Everyday Gourmet Restaurant on the Northern Highway, a police pickup stood by on hand as his attorney Arthur Saldivar and supporters such as [...]

Chamber explains why it tells GOB to withdraw the 9th Amendment

The Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Wednesday sent out one of its strongest releases, condemning government’s proposed ninth amendment to the constitution.  The proposed bill intends to alter [...]

Market vendors complain when asked to get Food Handlers license

The vendors at the Michael Finnegan Market are again bucking heads with the City Council; this time over food handler’s permits. According to the vendors, they received a letter informing [...]

Belize City Council says vendors must comply with Health regulations

But the City Councilor with responsibility for the market, Philip Willoughby, maintains that the letter was delivered in July. He also emphasized that it’s an initiative of the Ministry of [...]

Fishermen busted with meat from endangered hawksbill turtle

A group of six Belize City fishermen appeared before Magistrate Albert Hoare today for a fisheries offence.  On Tuesday evening twenty-three year old Victor Foreman Jr., Garrett Francis, Deshawn Terry, [...]

2 women busted on separate burglary charges

Two persons were charged today in connection with separate burglaries and believe it or not, the suspects are both women. Thirty-one year old Delker Silde Miranda was the first to [...]

Magazine publishes ‘A Blue Print to A New Life in Belize’

International Living, an online and print magazine, has completed its latest special on Belize, which was compiled by Dan Prescher and Suzan Haskins. The two I.L. editors, have been coming [...]

Healthy Living gets an eye check

Many people take for granted that because they have twenty-twenty vision, they have nothing to worry about. But the fact is that proper and timely eye care is a necessity [...]