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The damning nationality report on Won Hong Kim….the details

There is confirmation by Minister of Immigration Godwin Hulse of a story we broke on Wednesday that Director of Immigration Maria Marin has recommended the termination of three passport officers [...]

Belize City teachers take to the streets

The unions have promised that 2014 will be the year of the worker, and agitation has been ramped up since the beginning of the New Year. The Belize National Teachers [...]

B.N.T.U. pledges support for suspended immigration officers

As we told you earlier in our newscast, it has been reported that three public officers – Sharon Neal, Omar Phillips and Erwin Robinson are on the chopping block based [...]

….And lashes out at Minister of Education, Patrick Faber

The Minister of Education Patrick Faber came under fire from the teachers for criticizing the industrial action, the union and them. Faber is often outspoken, and defends his comments as [...]

Another delay to the beginning of the crop season

Following the signing of an interim agreement between B.S.I. and the B.S.C.F.A. early this week, the 2013 – 2014 sugar cane crop was to have gotten underway on Monday, January [...]

Family devastated when Darrell Henry could not get bail

A family in Belize City was devastated today by the news that their loved one would not be coming home from court with them. Thirty-three year old Darrell Henry has [...]

Extradition request for Deon Bruce is granted

In July of last year, twenty-eight-year-old Deon Bruce was arrested by Belize City police and held in detention at the Queen Street Precinct pending what his family believed would have [...]

U.S. issues a statement on the murder of cross-dresser, Joseph Sanchez

Eighteen-year-old Joseph Sanchez was fatally stabbed by two men at about two o’clock on Sunday morning while en route to a party.  The teenager was dressed as a woman, clad [...]

Belize Chamber of Commerce comes out in support of B.N.T.U.

While a throng of teachers from the Belize District converged on Battlefield Park this morning to make known their demand for a salary adjustment, its social partner, the Belize Chamber [...]

S.S.B. investigating identity theft cases

There are two reported incidences by the Social Security Board of identity theft under the names Carmen Cantun and David Cruz.  The S.S.B. said today that the cases remain under [...]

Fifteen year old viciously attacked by three men

Fifteen-year-old Christian Martinez, a resident of Balan Street in Lake Independence, remains hospitalized tonight, following a vicious attack on Thursday evening during which he was stabbed multiple times to the [...]

B.D.F. soldier charged for the manslaughter of Staff Sergeant Abimael Carrillo

On December twelfth, 2013, B.D.F. Soldier Abimael Carrillo, who had been serving the Belize Defence Force for almost two decades, was killed in a traffic mishap. Today, one of his [...]

An art exhibit by Inga Woods

Meet twenty-one year old Inga Woods….she’s a painter, poet, jewelry designer and does almost anything during her spare time to create impressive pieces. And tonight at the Bliss Center for [...]

A Good Samaritan on a mission to assist women affected by violence

Rayford Benguche, a Belize City resident turned Good Samaritan, is on a mission to assist women who are experiencing hardships because their loved ones have been caught in the vicious [...]

The winners of the National Primary School Football Championships

Junior female and male ballers converged on the MCC grounds today to kick off the national school football championships. Before the start of the one day competition, the students heard [...]