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Kenly Young and Angelina Urbina Top Scorers in 2016 PSE

Since last week we have been chasing behind the results of the Primary School Exam. As you know, the results of the competitive examinations are highly anticipated since some high [...]

CCJ Dismisses Maurice Tomlinson’s Immigration Case

There is a much anticipated judgment tonight from the Caribbean Court of Justice. The CCJ has set aside a claim brought by gay rights activist Maurice Tomlinson against the governments [...]

Gay Rights Activist Never Set Foot on Belize

While Tomlinson’s case has been discharged and the government of Belize is absolved, the legal challenge is now compelling lawmakers to make the necessary revisions.  Attorney Nigel Hawke explains.   [...]

Attorney Lisa Shoman Provides Interpretation of CCJ Decision

Senior Counsel Lisa Shoman, who has an interest in the outcome of the matter, sat in on the decision this morning.  She represents Caleb Orozco of UNIBAM who is also [...]

Why is UNIBAM Challenge Still Unresolved?

While the CCJ handed down an unduly delayed judgment today, a little over a year after submissions had been filed, the Supreme Court of Belize is yet to come to [...]

Minister of State Discusses Monima’s Appointment as Regional Health Manager

Minister Pablo Marin is out of the country, but it is likely that he will return to what is amounting to a storm of controversy over the political appointment of [...]

Bulgarian Duo Sentenced to One Year Jail Time for Theft

Two Bulgarian nationals, who were caught stealing from the Belize Bank ATM in early May of this year, begin a prison term behind bars tonight.  Senior Magistrate Sharon Fraser imposed [...]

A Watchman is Murdered in Mahogany Heights

A watchman, the father of five children, was executed on Thursday night soon after he exited a bus. Lyndon Murillo met his death at about nine o’clock before he could [...]

Belizean/American is Charged for Murder of His Son-in-law in Florida

There is another murder of a Belizean, but it happened in the U.S. Fifty-seven-year-old Elvis Tillett, originally from Crooked Tree Village, has been arrested in Osceola County, Florida for the [...]

Any Updates in Michael Wallace Murder?

On May twenty-nine, twenty-five year old Michael Wallace was killed on the George Price Highway near the Mile Eight community. Michael, his brother Richard Wallace and a friend Edward Flowers [...]

Gunman Opens Fire on Laura Dunn Street, Deshawn Young is Critically Injured

Twenty-five-year-old Deshawn Young remains hospitalized in critical condition at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital after being shot multiple times on Thursday night.  According to residents, an unidentified male person was [...]

Illegal Logging in Maskall

In the past few days, we have been reporting on the arrest of persons for illegal fishing. Well tonight, there is an arrest about illegal logging. An Orange Walk resident [...]

All That Roadwork in the Garden City

If you’re a resident of Belmopan or the West, or even just a commuter passing through, you’ve definitely seen the massive program of works taking place in the Garden City, [...]

Is There Really a Need for a Wide Roundabout Near Guanacaste Park?

That’s the roundabout by Guanacaste Park, but there’s another massive roundabout being built at the junction of the Hummingbird Highway and Forest Drive. Concerns have been expressed by residents of [...]

Pamela Scott Discusses Other Works in Belmopan

There’s another roundabout under construction near the Western Regional Hospital. There’s also work being done on paths on either side of the Ring Road. The concept seemed to be for [...]

Ring Road to be Repaved

To round off the project, there is good news for residents of Belmopan. The entire Ring Road will be completely repaved. Scott says it’s much more than infrastructure, though.   [...]

Japanese Government Donates Wheel Chairs to Ministry of Health

This morning, the Ministry of Health received a very much needed donation of thirty foldable wheelchairs from the Government of Japan. The aid is a part of Japan’s Non-Project Grant [...]

Sugar City Embarks on Massive Infrastructure Project

Earlier we showed you the road works in Belmopan being down through the Road Traffic Safety Project. But one other municipality is also preparing to embark on a massive infrastructure [...]

Police Department Hosts Book Fair

This Saturday, the police department will be having a book fair in both the north and rural eastern division jurisdictions.  The community outreach program is being done to foster reading [...]

Soca Versus Dancehall, What’s Your Pick?

Soca versus Dancehall…it’s a one of its kind concert that the promoters from Kings Promotion have put together for Belizeans this Saturday at the Hour Bar Field in Belize City. [...]