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BTV’s Expedition to Gracias A Dios Thwarted by Guatemalan Navy!!

The first anniversary of an expedition in 2015 which ended in confrontation between the Guatemalan Navy and the Belize Territorial Volunteers to the Sarstoon Island was commemorated over the weekend. [...]

Turnout for BTV’s Upstream Trek is Dismal

The Government sent out a release prior to the Belize Territorial Volunteers’ anniversary expedition to Gracias A Dios. As you know now, the expedition only reached the mouth of the [...]

What is the Prensa Libre Saying About Belize?

While the Belizean media observed the Guatemalan military to be well within Belizean territory, the Guatemalan press says the reverse. An article in Prensa Libre on Saturday boldly declares that [...]

PUP Fires Off Stern Release on Guatemala’s Sarstoon Island Claim

The People’s United Party weighed into the debate today with a very strongly worded release and position. It made reference to an assertion by Guatemala’s Foreign Minister Carlos Raul Morales [...]

Guatemalan Encroachment – A Clear Violation of International Law

Footage taken on Saturday in the Sarstoon clearly shows Guatemalan military vessels way inside Belizean territorial waters. In fact, some images show one naval craft in the foreground, while the [...]

Foreign Minister Elrington on BTV’s Sarstoon Mission

Foreign Minister Wilfred Elrington, in the wake of what transpired along the Sarstoon River on Saturday, has indicated that government will be lodging another protest note to Guatemalan officials in [...]

Government of Belize to Lodge Another Protest Note to Guatemalan Officials

A recently published article in Prensa Libre of a written account provided by the Guatemalan foreign ministry says that the Belizean delegation was fended off peacefully.  According to a translation [...]

Sedi Elrington Says Recall of Ambassador Alexis Rosado is Most Ridiculous

The Foreign Minister also responds to a call from the P.U.P. for the recall of Ambassador Alexis Rosado.  Elrington scoffs at the notion calling it ridiculous.  A recall, he says, [...]

A Silk Grass Man is Charged with Murder

A resident of Silk Grass Village has been indicted for murder after initially being arraigned last week on charges stemming from a brutal attack on fifty-two-year-old Harrison Bowers.  According to [...]

FFB President is Back from Zurich, What’s the Latest at the Federation?

Ruperto Vicente is back in Belize from Switzerland following the election of Gianni Infantino as the new FIFA President. The F.F.B. President left town while controversy and tension bubbled and [...]

FIFA Delegation Headed to Belize to Resolve Federation Dispute

Legal opinions on a local level and as well from CONCACAF are due back this week, while a delegation from FIFA should be visiting Belize soon to try to get [...]

A New President of FIFA, A New Chapter in Football

As we told you Vicente is back following elections in which Swiss/Italian Gianni Infantino was elected President after two rounds of voting. Two hundred and nine countries are members of [...]

Will FFB’s Financial Status Improve in the Near Future?

So will we see concrete big changes in football coming out of Infantino’s election as President? The F.F.B. has suffered from chronic empty pocket syndrome which has affected its ability [...]

PC Alpheus Parham is Freed of Manslaughter Charge

Police Constable Alpheus Parham has been on remand since May 2010 when he allegedly shot a man detained at the Caye Caulker Police Station. Alex Goff was in lockdown for [...]

SMART Signs Agreement with Formula Telecom Solutions

A brief statement from SMART issued today announces that it has entered into an agreement with Formula Telecom Solutions, a provider of convergent billing, charging, customer care and policy control [...]

Guatemalan Journalist Documents Territorial Dispute After Visiting Belize

 A sensational video was also released over the weekend to coincide with the expedition of the Belize Territorial Volunteers to southern Belize. It presents the Guatemalan version of the historic [...]

A Bike Rally Through the Streets of Belize City

Belize City was invaded by international bikers on Saturday. The revving of the engines and the energy of the riders was felt through the principal streets of the City. Actually, [...]

Weekend Sporting Activities with James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. The Belmopan Bandits with 2 wins from 6 outings rolled into B.E.S. Gym Friday night here in Belize City to [...]

Benguche Residents Make Grisly Discovery

A fetus believed to be between six and seven months, was pulled out from an overgrown lot in the Benguche area of Dangriga on Thursday afternoon. The unborn was reportedly [...]

Maya Island Air Flight Makes Emergency Landing

Maya Island Air Cessna Flight two, twenty-two with seven passengers on board was forced to abort its flight and make an emergency landing at the Municipal Airstrip just a couple [...]

Coast Guard Rescues Four Fishermen Adrift at Sea

A group of four fishermen, returning from camp near Colson Caye this morning, is lucky to have returned to safe harbor earlier today after drifting outside of the barrier reef.  [...]

Princess Group Invests in the MCC Grounds

The long neglected, long abandoned premier arena for football in Belize City is getting a new lease on life. Thanks to successive sports councils which seem to have been in [...]

Dangriga Taxi-man Shot and Left for Dead

A cab driver from Dangriga remains hospitalized at the KHMH tonight after being shot and left for dead along the Southern Highway on Thursday.  Darrel Lory, a well-known taxi man, [...]

First City Council and Now SSB Goes After Yhony Rosado

The vocal tour operator, Yhony Rosado, is having his own share of woes. He was on television recently making a public complain that he was being harassed over a new [...]

Belizean Honor Student Called to the Bar

A new attorney was called to the bar this morning; she is Shanidi Chell from Orange Walk Town who distinguished herself as an honor student at the Norman Manley Law [...]