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Whistleblower gives powerful and compelling one-on-one interview

On October twenty-third, in the midst of an investigation into massive corruption in the Immigration Department, a confidential informant came forward. She provided a firsthand account of meetings in which [...]

Alverine Burgess says U.S. produced recording of a conversation involving Minister Castro

Alverine Burgess’ ordeal at the U.S. Embassy lasted three hours, and she says that faced with intense interrogation and recorded evidence, she told them all she knew. That includes names [...]

Burgess says she is prepared to testify in Court

So what happens next? Well Minister of State Edmund Castro has sued Alverine Burgess, but she’s not fazed in the slightest. In fact, she says that she is prepared and [...]

CCJ hears an application by gay activist challenging immigration laws

The Caribbean Court of Justice today heard an application against the governments of Belize and Trinidad in which Maurice Tomlinson is challenging the immigration laws of both countries. The hearing [...]

Is UB President, Dr. Carey Fraser, being forced to resigned from the national university?

Tonight there are very credible reports that University of Belize President Carey Fraser is contemplating resignation from the institution. Dr. Fraser has been President for two years, and came to [...]

8 men charged for a container with substance to produce crystal meth

Tonight, eight men remain in lockdown in San Ignacio following the discovery of what are believed to be chemicals used in the manufacture of the drug methamphetamine. A Police Quick [...]

Another couple, this time Chinese nationals, failed to declare thousands of dollars

We reported on Monday that two missionaries were fined for failing to declare close to fifty thousand dollars. Tonight, another couple has been charged for the same offence and they [...]

Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association threatens to stop cane deliveries to B.S.I.

Relations between the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association and the Belize Sugar Industry are tonight sour.  B.S.I., on Monday, said that it will not engage in revenue sharing discussions in [...]

BSCFA says improved price per ton of cane as a result of quality investment by farmers

According to BSCFA executive, they have received a record breaking seventy-four dollars and twenty cents per ton of cane delivered to B.S.I.  But the price of cane is not linked [...]

Flooding in Crooked Tree Village unbearable for residents

The rains have been incessant for weeks upon weeks. In the Belize River Valley, the Crooked Tree causeway is under water and residents, including students, have to be shuttled by [...]

The Coney Drive neighborhood gets a light facelift

Since its construction in the summer, the roundabout at the intersection of Coney and Princess Margaret drives has alleviated congestion during the morning and evening rush hours.  Students from the [...]

Central American Integration System officials meet to discuss education

Today officials of the Central American Integration System, SICA, met on the University of Belize campus in Belmopan to discuss education – or rather the future of education within a [...]

A surprise for the reality wedding couple in tonight’s From Yes to I Do

After numerous rounds of competition, Allen Mendez and Roselli Coc were selected as the reality wedding couple for this season of from Yes to I do. The happy couple now [...]