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P.U.P. Shows Muscle, but are they ready for Municipal Elections?

As far as municipal electoral politics go, today was about as important as it gets – well, with the exception of election-day…that is. Across the country, in every municipality, candidates [...]

U.D.P. Brings Out the Crowd –they say they are ready!

This afternoon at one, the United Democratic Party flexed its Nomination Day muscles, and answer to the P.U.P.’s respectable showing that morning. Mike Rudon was in front of U.D.P. headquarters [...]

Mayor Audit – Schakron say’s not so! Bradley says so!

One point three million dollars paid in legal and professional fees – that’s the claim in an audit done of the Belize City Council for the period 2013 to 2014. [...]

To Debate or Not to Debate?

Today, in the midst of the melee surrounding Nomination Day, the incumbent Mayor and the businesswoman, who wants to unseat him, also spoke on the issue of a mayoral debate. [...]

5 Mayoral Candidates in Belmopan

In the capital city of Belmopan, the field is crowded with as many as five mayoral candidates, who were nominated today for the upcoming elections. While the U.D.P. is the [...]

Deputy Party Leader says the P.U.P. is looking great in Belmopan

The political race in Belmopan is seeing the endorsement of mayoral candidates by powerhouses from both major parties.  The U.D.P.’s Khalid Belisle, as we mentioned, is supported by area representative [...]

One dead and several others injured in Corozal accident

A fatal traffic accident in between miles eighty-five and eighty-six on the Phillip Goldson Highway has claimed the life of a UB graduate. Around six-thirty on Tuesday, twenty-five year old [...]

PM weighs in on Marco Tulio Mendez

P.U.P. Orange Walk East Area Representative, Doctor Marco Tulio Mendez, was arrested and formally arraigned in Magistrate’s Court last week, on six charges of aggravated assault of an indecent nature. [...]

PM on B.S.C.F.A. madness

After the successful start of the 2015 crop season, the B.S.C.F.A. was mercifully out of the spotlight. But the reprieve did not last long. This week reports surfaced that a [...]

Audrey Matura-Shepherd on breakfast with Lord Michael Ashcroft

A casual breakfast at a very public place between attorney Audrey Matura-Shepherd and Lord Michael Ashcroft has attracted attention in many sectors. Matura-Shepherd accepted an invitation to breakfast last Friday [...]

Ashcroft open to mediation?

Audrey Matura-Shepherd also says she spoke of the possibility of reaching an agreement through mediation, to which Lord Ashcroft was not opposed.   Audrey Matura-Shepherd, Attorney “The third question about [...]

Belize City man guilty of handling stolen goods

In court, Belize City resident, Vicente Vernon, was found guilty and sentenced in absentia for handling stolen goods. Chief Magistrate Anne Marie Smith imposed a fine of three thousand dollars [...]

Bernard versus Lui-Torres in Orange Walk

Our team also provides coverage of Nomination Day in Orange Walk Town. The P.U.P. controls that municipality and its slate was first to be officially nominated. There was hype, plenty [...]

Red and Blue say they are ready to lead the Twin Towns in the west

Both political parties said they were confident in the west. Now there has not been a P.U.P. town council for some time in San Ignacio, but that did not dissuade [...]

U.D.P., P.U.P. and V.I.P. for town council in San Pedro

In San Pedro, candidates for three political parties were nominated. While the municipal’s issues are pretty much the same, crime is a major headache for the U.D.P. town council.  A [...]