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Murder of businessman in Belize City. Is it linked to Khaled Jamil El Turk?

A car dealer was executed during the lunch hour in the Old Capital. Abdul Azziz Mohammed Dib and friends were having coffee at a Lebanese restaurant in the heavily trafficked [...]

Guatemalans ready to take claim on Belize to ICJ

There has been a flurry of diplomatic activity in the past twenty-four hours on the referendum to the International Court of Justice.  Today, the Secretary General of the OAS, Miguel [...]

Belize’s awareness campaign for ICJ referendum will be in 2013

While Guatemala launched its public awareness campaign on Monday, here in Belize, the launch of the campaign for the October 2013 referendum is months away. The price tag is much [...]

P.U.P. will outline for or against ICJ during education campaign

Both the ruling United Democratic Party and the People’s United Party will play a vital role in the education process of the public regarding the history of the dispute and [...]

Does the P.U.P. support G.O.B. position to pay cash for dead Guatemalans?

Guatemalan national, Francisco Quin Yat of Montes de los Olivos, Dolores, Peten was killed in the Ceibo Chico area of the Chiquibul earlier this month. Quin was panning for gold [...]

Doctor Mendez concerned about sick women at Northern Regional Hospital

There are more allegations of medical malpractice at the Northern Regional Hospital to which the Ministry of Health is yet to respond. The incidents started after the abrupt transfer of [...]

Attorney Balderamos Garcia defends client and business tarnished by toddler abuse case

Last Thursday we reported that the family of a three year old boy alleges that he was sexually abused at his pre-school in San Pedro Town.  The infant was subsequently [...]

Garbage in, garbage out.” That’s Sedi’s viewpoint on Coalition for Justice

Last week a new NGO, Belize Coalition for Justice asked for Minister Wilfred “Sedi” Elrington to be removed from the Ministry. When asked to respond, Elrington admitted that he didn’t [...]

Coalition challenge statement about U.S. Capital Energy EIA

The Belize Coalition to Save our Natural Heritage is challenging a statement made by the Minister of Forestry and Fisheries on Section twenty-two (one) of the Environmental Protection Act Chapter [...]

Pellet gun mistaken for sawed-off shotgun; case fizzles

Three men, who were arrested on the night of June twenty-third 2011, were freed of firearm charges today. Twenty-three year olds Glenford Vernon and Carlton Pakeman were picked up along [...]

Burglaries and robberies galore in Belize City

Thieves were on the loose on Monday preying on more unsuspecting persons. The first reported robbery took place at about six-forty-five in the morning when Lellia Senticum was walking on [...]

Energy Workers Union still deciding on B.E.L. debenture sale

The Social Security Board is proposing an investment of fifteen million dollars in debentures of the Belize Electricity Limited.  B.E.L., needs operating cash and proceeds from the sale of the [...]

St. Ignatius School students learn from a fire drill

A drill was held today at the St Ignatius School to develop a plan for schools in the event of a fire. Everyone was evacuated from the school as CEMO, [...]

CARICOM Secretary-General stops in Belize for a visit with the P.M.

Secretary-General of the Caribbean Community, Ambassador Irwin LaRocque concluded an official visit to Belize today, following a call on Prime Minister Dean Barrow and other CARICOM-affiliated agencies in the country.  [...]

$10,000 much closer to a winner in Superstar!

Be the Next Superstar starts shortly at the Bliss Center for the Performing Arts. It’s down to the wire now and so far the following have survived: Daniel Aguirre; Dania [...]