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Teachers and Public Servants to march against G.O.B.

There is a steely resolve tonight by the Belize National Teachers Union, the Public Service Union and the Association of Public Service Senior Managers, known as the Joint Unions Negotiating [...]

B.N.T.U. against Saldivar’s union-busting tactic

  On Wednesday, Minister of National Security John Saldivar, area representative for Belmopan, issued a response denouncing statements made by the Joint Unions Negotiating Team that a letter to meet [...]

Suspect shot inside home

A man was shot this morning in Orange Walk Town. Reports suggest that at nine-thirty this morning, four undercover officers drove to the San Lorenzo Housing Site in Orange Walk [...]

Teen charged for murder of Maskall villager

Maskall resident, sixty year old Ervin Morales, was found lifeless in his house on Saturday with several chop wounds to his body. Today, nineteen year old Clive Geban and a [...]

Goal! Belize to face off with Honduras

The Belize National Selection “A” Team is preparing to take on Honduras after a spectacular win against Nicaragua on Tuesday. While the victorious two to one game led to a [...]

Sports only please; new rules for old MCC

The use of the MCC Grounds for events other than football came under fire last year when Telemedia was authorized to utilize the grounds for a concert on December seventeenth.  [...]

Unemployment rate increases

The Statistical Institute of Belize conducted its most recent labor market survey in September 2012. There are some interesting results when compared to the previous survey at the end of [...]

Business and church support Referendum Process

A historic decision will be taken this October. Belizeans will be deciding in a referendum whether or not, they agree to submit the Guatemalan territorial claim relating to land, insular [...]

P.M. says Prensa Libre wrong on Referendum Act

The Guatemalan newspaper, Prensa Libre, has shot some doubt with an article that suggests that Belize is acting in bad faith with the upcoming referendum on whether or not to [...]

Accused of stealing alcohol and electronics

Devain Flores, a resident of Neal Pen Road, Belize City was today arraigned for a burglary which occurred on January thirteenth on a property in Saint Anne’s Village. Flores appeared [...]

Citrus Mutual wants its own processing factory

Citrus industry problems are endemic to the boardroom rather than on plantations. The Citrus Growers Association continues its battle with its investment partner Banks Holdings of Barbados over the future [...]

Get positioned with GIS

A two-day conference ended today at the Biltmore Plaza where a cadre of engineers converged to discuss the use of geographic data to create successful businesses and make informed decisions. [...]

First manatee killing for 2013

Manatee killings do not make headlines, but over twenty of the peaceful creatures were fatally injured by boats in 2012. The first monitored manatee accident for 2013 was recorded on [...]