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Regular, Diesel Fuel Price Increases Arrive

As we go into the Independence Day holiday, fuel prices are going up at the pumps once again. On September fourth, the Government announced that there would be increases in [...]

Wilfred Elrington Says Corruption is More Worrying than Crime

Minister of Home and Foreign Affairs Wilfred Elrington was the featured speaker at the University of Belize’s lecture on Monday on security and threats to Belize on the eve of [...]

Current and Former Foreign Affairs Ministers Clash on Border Issue

But what really are Belize’s most important threats – as the Minister defined them, things that can cause injury, pain and harm, either from internal or external sources? Apart from [...]

Eamon: I Will Challenge Franz Parke if Appointed to Court of Appeal

Senior Counsel Eamon Courtenay, himself a former president of the Belize Bar Association, has raised serious objections to the proposed appointment of Franz Parke as a justice on the Court [...]

More Questions than Answers in Tragic AAA Security Murder-Suicide

There are still more questions than answers in the murder-suicide of businessman Robert Godfrey of Triple A Security and his long time employee Delsie Smith over the weekend. The allegation [...]

Family Holds to Faith as Aaron King Remains in Recovery

Three persons remain hospitalized at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital following a weekend of gun violence in the Old Capital. One of the victims, Aaron King, we can confirm from [...]

Opposition Leader Didn’t Feel Like Celebrating Tenth

He wasn’t noticed in all the chaos over the simultaneous crowning of two Queens of the Bay, but Opposition Leader John Briceño was officially absent from the Tenth of September [...]

P.U.P. Tells Government to Stop Appeasing ‘Brazen’ Guats

In diplomacy, ‘appeasement’ is a dirty word dating back to Neville Chamberlain and his accommodation of German dictator Adolf Hitler’s expansionist ideals, which led directly to the Second World War. [...]

When Will Government Respond to Military Clash with B.T.V.?

The incident at the Sarstoon River over the weekend, involving members of the Guatemalan armed forces, disrupted BTV’s Sarstoon Eco Challenge.  During that event, Guatemalan vessels entered into Belizean waters.  [...]

6 Years On, Honors Accorded to George Price by Family, Party

It has been six years since the death of the Right Honorable George Cadle Price, architect of Belizean independence. In recognition of his service to his nation, September nineteenth has [...]

Emma Boiton is Back to Fight for Queen of the Bay

The Queen of the Bay controversy dominated social media and local chatter for days. At the centre of it all was Zenaida Moya who performed an epic crowning of Orange [...]

Korea Helps Belize’s Foreign Affairs Ministry

This year, Belize and Korea are commemorating thirty years of diplomatic cooperation. To recognize this milestone, on Monday the Republic of Korea sent a delegation to Belize bearing a four [...]

I.M.F. Wraps Up Belize Consultation; Opposition Asks Who Will Help Productive Sector

The International Monetary Fund has issued its final report on its annual Article Four consultation with Belize which took place in June. Despite Prime Minister Dean Barrow’s insistence that Belize [...]

Training Begins on Infection Prevention

Day one of a two-day training of trainers’ workshop by the Caribbean Public Health Agency was held today at the Biltmore Plaza. Local medical practitioners from across the country are [...]

Mexico City Reels from 7.1 Earthquake

Following an eight point oh earthquake off Chiapas and Oaxaca, Mexico twelve days ago, a seven point one magnitude earthquake killed over a hundred people in Mexico City and surrounding [...]

Dominica Appeals for Help after Category Five Maria Hits

Hurricane Maria, a category five storm, made landfall on the island of Dominica on Monday night. Not much is known as yet about the extent of the damage, as initial [...]

Bodybuilders Prepare for Regional Championship in Mexico

It’s been over two decades since Belize last had representation in the Central American and Caribbean Fitness Championships organized by the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness. But the Belize [...]