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Another Guatemalan incursion in the Chiquibul Area

A third confrontation between Belize Defense Force Soldiers and Guatemalan loggers in the past fourteen days took place on Thursday making the unwelcome intrusions into the vast expanse of the [...]

P.U.P. joins the chorus to end the 9th Amendment to constitution

There’s more opposition to the proposed ninth amendment to the constitution and its coming from the People’s United Party. The P.U.P. is the most recent organization to come out against [...]

Chamber President says withdraw 9th Amendment

In defense of the ninth amendment, the government this week released a series of ads attempting to change public opinion. But still, public concern grows. On Wednesday the business community [...]

74% of poll rejects proposed 9th Constitution Amendment

Still on the ninth amendment, we asked our viewers earlier this week: Do you agree that your rights are being eroded if constitutional amendments are unchallenged in the courts? The [...]

S.S.B. declines multimillion dollar loan to Mena Group

In June of this year the Investment Committee of the Social Security Board approved a fourteen point nine million dollar loan request by Nature Fresh Belize Limited. Nature Fresh is [...]

PM on plane to L.A.X.

The office of the Prime Minister announced this afternoon that he will be traveling to Los Angeles, California on personal time. PM Dean Barrow leaves this Saturday and will be [...]

Be prepared for a camp for all; Scout’s Honor

Scouting has been around for decades; it is one of the oldest movements that started back in 1907 in the United Kingdom. In Belize, it is celebrating a century of [...]

KHMH explains morgue policy

The Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital this afternoon issued a release on its policies in respect of the morgue. Earlier this week, the family of Sydney Richards and Roy Enriquez complained [...]

Stevedore Troy Bowen shot in the face

On Thursday night we told you about the city’s latest murder and shooting. Soon after the newscast, another city resident was shot in the face and is still hospitalized tonight. [...]

GSU bust 2 minors moments after attempted robbery

Belize City patrol police stopped a robbery in progress on Thursday night and apprehended the assailants, one is sixteen years old and the other is seventeen. Around eight-thirty on Thursday [...]

GSU removes gun from the street

Elsewhere in the City, the Gang Suppression Unit removed a twelve gauge shotgun loaded with ammo. The weapon was wrapped in a cloth in the lower flat of an abandoned [...]

Teachers get a summer workshop to improve skills

Summer is winding down making way for the new academic year. The back to school prep work is not limited to parents and students; the educators also have their hands [...]

Lions Quest Program teaches life skills

The Lions Quest was piloted in Belize some six years ago and to date the program has been introduced to over sixty primary and high schools country-wide. Over fifteen teachers [...]

Mexico’s School for Technical Professional Studies gives scholarships

It was announced two weeks ago that fifteen Belizeans were granted scholarships to pursue degrees at Mexico’s School for Technical Professional Studies (CONALEP). In return, twenty-five Mexican nationals have been [...]

Reina de la Costa Maya Pageant Live on Channel 5

San Pedro has been overflowing with visitors for the past week since activities for the Costa Maya Festival began last weekend. But the most anticipated event is coming up within [...]