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Moya, heir to Finnegan’s Mesop?

The field in Caribbean Shores got overcrowded today, which is the deadline for aspirants to submit their names as candidates for the United Democratic Party. The names so far are [...]

GOB takes farm land for redistribution

There’s a volatile situation brewing in the north where hundreds of acres of cane fields are under threat. Since Monday, surveyors have been in the San Juan area where cane [...]

Oil Company aims for Barranco Village

In the south, there’s also trouble brewing. SATIIM, the Sarstoon/Temash Institute of Indigenous Management, one of the more established NGOs, is coming out strong against seismic testing taking place in [...]

Coalition not giving up on drilling concerns

Late this afternoon, the Belize Coalition to Save Our Natural Heritage, of which SATIIM and Oceana are both members, today issued a press release affirming its support in SATIIM’s call [...]

Kim Barrow ready to get chemotherapy

There is an update tonight on the Prime Minister’s Wife, Kim Simplis Barrow, who was diagnosed with cancer last week and it is not good news. As we told you [...]

More power required to curb illegal logging activities

At the top of the newscast, you heard about the demolition of hundreds of acres of cane fields ready for harvesting and about drilling in the Sarstoon Temash National Park. [...]

New science lab for Excelsior High

But there’s some positive news that is putting one high school ahead. Over the years Excelsior High School has not received its fair share of financial support. The school has [...]

GSU nabs group for threatening witnesses

In the courts, a group of court onlookers, all relatives of five men who are standing trial for murder, was detained on Tuesday evening near the steps of the Supreme [...]

Lecturer acquitted again for bullet proof vest

Also in court, twenty-eighty year old Leon Leslie, a lecturer at the University of Belize was today acquitted for the second time of charges in connection with a bullet proof [...]

Benquenos still mad about missing ambulance

For months, there have been complaints from Benque Viejo citizens over the absence of a basic health service that is otherwise available in other districts. The town’s ambulance is still [...]

Deon McCauley, FIFA Global Top Striker

Deon McCaulay, his name should ring a bell.  He is the national team football player who made Belizeans proud and calmed the psyche of the nation when he scored the [...]

St. Vincent in Belize for football match

You will see McCaulay in action again this Friday when Belize goes up against St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The Vincentian Team arrived this morning at the PGIA and headed [...]

3rd Annual Punta Fest

A massive concert is going down this weekend at the MCC Grounds and it will feature some of Belize’s top musicians. It’s the third annual Punta Fest and it’s leading [...]