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Opposition says refurbished 9th still allows for Parliamentary Supremacy

This Wednesday, the second round of consultations on the Ninth Amendment Bill will take place in Corozal. At the same time the Belize Teachers Union will be meeting in the [...]

Church compromises with government on 9th Amendment

The Bar Association and the Chamber of Commerce initially were against the ninth; they are yet to pronounce their positions on the new version. The opposition from the churches, however, [...]

Cops drop charges against mother of slain youth

There was a huge spectacle when Belizeans for Justice member, forty-seven year old Danalyn Murillo, was arrested and charged for Insulting Words and Common Assault against Police Constable, David Griffith. [...]

Viewers get their say in poll of the day

Tonight’s Question is: Do you think the government should withdraw the Ninth Amendment in its entirety? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your [...]

Guatemalan shot by B.D.F. in San Jose Las Flores?

There is tension tonight over the shooting of twenty-one year old Luis Alberto Garcia Pineda on the western border on Monday. Garcia claims that a military patrol by the Belize [...]

P.U.P. and U.D.P. prepare for City Council Elections

The next Municipal elections will test the popularity of the ruling party, which controls all municipalities. It is also a precursor to the landscape of the next general elections. In [...]

Standard & Poors downgrade Belize

On June twenty-first international financial services company Standard & Poor’s lowered Belize’s credit rating to a B minus following government’s acquisition of B.E.L. and its re-nationalization of Telemedia.  Compensation to [...]

Coming soon to a phone near you: SMART 3G Network

There is some breakthrough in the telecoms industry. SpeedNet Communications announced today that finally it has been able to sign off on an interconnection agreement with Belize Telemedia Limited, provided [...]

List of Sri Lankan nationals raise eyebrows

There are lingering questions tonight about a list of single entry visas issued to a long list of Sri Lankan and Indian nationals. The twenty-one visa approvals were granted by [...]

Financial Intelligence Unit zones in

Guatemalan national Ivan Padilla Mena remains in police custody tonight after being busted at the Western Border in Benque Viejo Town on Monday with an unusual sum of cash in [...]

Attorney says scrap the 9th Amendment

Earlier we told you the views of the opposition and the churches, but what’s the thinking of others who have been vocal on the ninth? Well, the modified version of [...]

Attorney Elrington is also unimpressed by changes to amendment

Attorney Hubert Elrington is also unimpressed by the changes. He questions the government’s ability to properly conduct consultations and says the recent article in the Jamaica Gleaner placed the prime [...]

Businessman loses million dollar corn crop to TS Harvey

Assessment on the damage left behind by tropical storm Harvey on Saturday is underway and for one businessman, he has summed up his losses to close to a million dollars. [...]

Restoring 199 year old St. John’s Cathedral

The St John’s Cathedral is the oldest Anglican cathedral in Central America. It is where Moskito Indians were crowned and forms an intrinsic part of the history of the former [...]

UNICEF puts children rights at center of development in Belize

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is at the forefront of issues affecting children and adolescents.  The situation of children and women were analyzed by UNICEF to determine the challenges [...]

Duet is defined as sold out family entertainment

The Bliss is the place to be on Tuesday nights for the biggest song competition in the country… that is KTV Duets, of course. Tonight, Group A is coming back [...]