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Standard and Poors downgrades Belize

There will be a special sitting of the House of Representatives on Thursday, August twenty-third. The press release sent from the Capital did not state the reason for the special [...]

Gang Truce now Peace in Progress?

The super bond may be on the mind of those who are interested in the economy, but human bondage, the type that enslaves and ties the minds of our youths [...]

Trucker killed in Orange Walk

One district that is in need of peace is Orange Walk. In less than two weeks, a second person has been brutally killed in the local community. A thirty-three year [...]

Roaring Creek Villager dodges 3 bullets

A Roaring Creek man is lucky to be alive and without injury after three shots were fired at him. Twenty-one year old Jermaine Welcome told police that on Friday night [...]

Woman says B.D.F. punched her and pointed gun

A Belize Defence Soldier is in police detention following an assault on a Belize City woman. Sherlette Lamb told police that on Tuesday night she was socializing at the Riverside [...]

Crooked Tree Fishermen against fishing regulations

It’s one of the oldest villages in the country and it’s had its share of land disputes, but the latest controversy is Crooked Tree is in the water. Fishing has [...]

Belize Audubon says it’s only enforcing law

Kenneth Bruce, one of the village fishermen, says his main concern is losing his nets and he just wants them back. But according to the Protected Areas Manager in charge [...]

Willow’s Bank cooks soul food in fire hearth

The second Willows Bank Fire Hearth Festival is coming up this weekend. It was started in 2011 by a group of residents from the village who wanted to revive the [...]

Manatees are continuous victims of boat accidents

Village life is teeming with activity, as you’ve heard the Crooked Tree Villagers are concerned about fishing, and the Willow’s Bank group are preparing for their festival. But in Ladyville [...]

Businessman’s plan to curb road accidents

In some parts of the world, including Belize, manatees are an endangered species. The sea cow as it is also referred is a perpetual victim of hit and run incidents [...]

Gungulung Street upgraded

For the past couple months, several Belize City streets have been getting much needed upgrades. A twenty million dollar bond facility by the Belize City Council has been developed to [...]

Romanian national not looking back on Belize

Our newsroom received an email from a man named Robertino Daniel Oprescu. He says that he is a Romanian citizen and he was allegedly illegally imprisoned by the Belize government. [...]

Scholarships awarded to students

Corporate responsibility and sponsorship is normally heralded this time of year. Recently the Belize Bank gave twenty-five high school scholarships along with a promise of mentorship by the bank employees [...]

You are the Next Superstar!

The third episode of Be the Next Superstar was postponed last week due to the threat of Hurricane Ernesto. But on Tuesday night, the engines were in full swing as [...]