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Church’s Holy, but Legal War with UNIBAM

It’s a situation that many would have preferred to stay inside a closet. But since Caleb Orozco and the United Belize Advocacy Movement opened the doors to challenging old law, [...]

P.U.P. Caribbean Shores rejects resignation

There are many twists and turns on the road to the next general elections. Pundits expect the date to be called very soon, but one particular constituency has seen its [...]

Village says Oil Company illegally on land

There is trouble brewing in the South. U.S. Capital Energy is providing jobs in the small community of Conejo. Employment prospects are hard to come by but many villagers are [...]

Treaty Energy finds black gold in Belize

While geophysical exploration continues Deep South, elsewhere in the country there are reports of oil being discovered in commercial quantity.  According to Andrew Reid, co-chief executive chairman of Treaty Energy, [...]

Report Card on Belize Millennium Goals

The Millennium Development Goals are a set of objectives that world leaders committed to achieving over a fifteen year period to improve the lives of the poor. And while the [...]

Zabaneh name strike off voting list

A date for the upcoming General Elections remains to be confirmed and across the country preparations are underway to ensure that the registration of first-time voters goes smoothly. But in [...]

Cop and ex-cop in gun license scam

A major case of forgery landed three men in court today and it appears that Belmopan police may have busted a fraudulent gun licensing operation. The accused men include thirty-one [...]

Free! Though he caused wife’s death

A man accused of stabbing his common-law-wife to death is free tonight after a no-case submission was upheld in the Corozal Supreme Court. Thirty-eight year old James Jackson has been [...]

Underwood freed of Faber’s Murder

Another man was freed of a murder charge today in Belize City Supreme Court.  He is twenty-two year old Alexander Underwood, who has been in prison since the June, 2009 [...]

Middlesex Villagers gets 3

Kings Village, an offshoot of Middlesex in the Stann Creek District, has never made it into any newscast. It’s a predominantly safe and quiet Mayan Village with an estimated population [...]

COLA’s New President and Vice

On Saturday, a new president was elected for the Citizens Organized for Liberty through Action. The organization, which has about five hundred registered members, now has a new President and [...]

James Adderley’s World of Sports

Good Evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. Folks let’s jump into the 2nd Annual Senior Karate Championships which was staged at the St. Mary’s Parish Hall yesterday. [...]