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Funeral Arrangements made for Father of the Nation

The nation’s first state funeral takes place next Monday; the details are being fleshed out between government officials and the Price family. Exactly one week after his passing, the Father [...]

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter laments passing

The Right Honorable George Price was well known across this hemisphere and beyond. His commitment to the advancement of democracy placed him among an exclusive club of world leaders. Just [...]

Freetown remembers Price

Testimonials about George Price are being offered across the country. But the Freetown Division, Price’s old political stomping ground, the people felt a personal attachment to the Father of the [...]

A Tribute to the Leader Emeritus

The love from the Freetown Division for the Father of the Nation, Right Honorable George Price, is strong among supporters of his generation who worked the peaceful, constructive revolution. But [...]

The Road to Independence with George Price

In the next few hours, the Belize flag will be raised at Memorial Park in Belize City with fitting pomp and circumstance. It is an event that symbolizes the first [...]

Official notes of Condolences on passing of 1st Prime Minister

Since he passed away at the Universal Health Care Partners on Monday morning, the outpouring of affection for the Father of the Nation, National Hero and Leader Emeritus of the [...]

Benque Viejo shop prepares an altar to honor fallen leader

But there are also other ordinary folks that are doing their share in memory of George Price. In Benque Viejo one woman is making a private gesture that is sure [...]

Sand Hill fight becomes attempted murder

A longstanding dispute between neighbors in Sandhill Village has resulted in a mother and daughter being imprisoned on serious charges. The dispute dates back several years, but it started escalating [...]

Police get a break in shooting case

On the evening of August twenty-fourth, twenty year old Lloyd Elijio, a resident of the St. Martin’s area, was shot multiple times while riding a bicycle along Marigold Lane.  The [...]

Minister of Foreign Affairs turns down Rhett Fuller’s appeal of extradition

It appears that Rhett Fuller is running out of options to keep him away from the long arms of the United States government. Fuller remains at the Central Prison where [...]

Schools and athletes do well in CODICADER Games

On Monday, a radiant Shalini Zabaneh displayed her gold and bronze medals she won at regional cycling championships in Jamaica. Today another group of young athletes showed off their trophies [...]

Belize Motocross is madness; mud mayhem and motorbikes

There is a new sport that is catching like wild fire; it took place this past Sunday in Belmopan. It is called Motocross and drew participants from the north, south [...]