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Bar Association says remove 3rd offensive clause from 9th Amendment

The Council of Churches has played a major role in the government’s removal of certain ouster clauses that bars access to the courts in the proposed ninth amendment. But the [...]

Corozal BNTU says no to 9th Amendment

Another group that came out today against the ninth, is the northern rural branch of the Belize National Teachers Union.  The union, in its entirety, discussed the revised ninth amendment [...]

B.T.L. Employees Trust explains mistrust of 9th Amendment

For the B.T.L. Employees Trust, the dangers in the ninth concern the issue of parliamentary supremacy. The Trust has written to Canon Leroy Flowers as president of the Council of [...]

GOB gives their version of shooting incident near Chiquibul National Park

Earlier this week we reported on the most recent armed confrontation between members of the Belize Defence Force on routine border patrol near the Chiquibul National Park during which a [...]

Ambassador of Mexico talks about ADO Bus Line and electricity

Relations with Mexico have significant importance to Belize. That country’s new Ambassador presented his credentials this past Tuesday and this morning Ambassador Mario Velazquez hosted a breakfast with members of [...]

Husband and wife shot inside their Gungulung Area home

Four persons were injured in a space of twenty-four hours in Belize City. A couple was shot before midnight as they watched television at home. Hours earlier in the same [...]

Senator Lisa Shoman comments on the amended 9th Amendment

Turning back to the proposed ninth amendment to the constitution; since the modifications have been made to the bill, reaction is beginning to flow. Attorney and Senator Lisa Shoman appeared [...]

Consultations on 9th Amendment road trip to Corozal

The Bar Association and the Corozal Rural BNTU today said no to the ninth. Up north, one Wednesday night the Government held public hearings on the revised Ninth Amendment. And [...]

Mas Camps underway for Carnival Road March

It’s a little over a week away from Carnival on September third. Mas bands are busy practicing and putting the final touches to the elaborate costumes for the spectacular road [...]

Mega Bingo is the Game that has Big Winner from Mango Creek

Sharon Muschamp, a housewife and mother of two in Mango Creek is the latest winner of Mega Bingo’s one hundred thirty eight thousand six hundred and eighty six dollars progressive [...]

The fire is in the hearth

Good old fashion fire hearth cooking is still preferred by many Belizeans. But in the era of butane stoves, fire hearths are now limited to villages and rural areas. This [...]

Healthy Living goes bone deep with Osteoporosis

There are many myths about the medical condition, osteoporosis, including that it only affects elderly women and it is only caused by a lack of calcium. But in this week’s [...]