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B.T.L. Employees Trust weighs in on CCJ Ruling

On Tuesday the CCJ judges came off of vacation to issue a stunning injunction against any further sale of B.T.L. shares by the Government. The decision was unexpected because neither [...]

Stormy weather; Met Service gauges tropical wave

Dark clouds loom over the battlefield on which the ownership of Telemedia will be decided. But the legal issue is not the only reason why the sky is expected to [...]

Sugar Industries Employees Trust say shares are not for sale

The fluidity of a situation to change is well known to the Belize Sugar Industries. Although the factory has been diligently working to satisfy local market and cross border trade, [...]

Bridging the region; Caribbean Broadcasting Union’s AGA

The Caribbean’s proud history of experience and desire to spread knowledge to the region’s common Diaspora had culminated into the formation of the Caribbean Broadcast Union, a group whose passion [...]

High School CSEC scores now available online

One topic that the CBU members have been reporting is the results of the standardized high school examinations. The Caribbean Examinations Council grades are not out as yet, however, students [...]

UB wants to sell electricity after $20 Million project is implemented

The Ministry of Finance signed a memorandum of understanding in March of this year with the University of Belize for a clean solar energy project. It was predicted that the [...]

Poetry, words of wisdom from the pilgrimage of Norman Rodriguez

Norman Rodriguez, you might remember him as a political activist, attorney-at-law in training and a writer. Today he released his second major publication, a book of poems entitled ‘Panning to [...]

Aggravated assault upgraded to attempted rape of 10 year old

Forty-two year old Belize City resident, Dean Bennett, was charged with Aggravated Assault of an indecent nature one month ago and was remanded without bail. Allegations are that Bennett abducted [...]

Court frees men of murder charge

Akeem Humes and Ryan Alvarez, both twenty-one years old, spent an extra five days in prison after murder charges against them were withdrawn last Friday. The withdrawal was due to [...]

Audubon Society gears up with new programs

The Belize Audubon Society concluded its summer camp program over the weekend. It was a packed agenda in seven groups, including bird watching, photography and hiking through the jungles of [...]

Sing me a song about September; online voting available

The National September Celebrations are right around the corner so expect to hear a number of Belizean songs on the airwaves around this time of the year. And as the [...]

Healthy Living discusses diabetic neuropathy

Diabetes continues to be among the top causes of death in Belize. In an effort to fight the “silent killer”, a weeklong youth camp is being hosted by the Belize [...]