Belize - Belize News - - Great Belize Productions - Belize Breaking News
Home » December, 2017 You are currently browsing entries posted in: December, 2017

Letter Reveals Startling Allegations about Former Justice of Appeal Franz Parke

The abrupt departure of Franz Parke from the Court of Appeal still leaves many scratching their heads. But there is damning and damaging allegations that suggests that that departure may [...]

Audit Hunting Clues to 71 Million Dollar Land Compensation Scheme

One year after they began, the Senate Special Select Committee’s public hearings are now over. Auditor General Dorothy Bradley was the last to appear in Belmopan before the Committee this [...]

Auditor General Humble in Reviewing Impact of Senate Committee

The release of the immigration audit reports sparked a frenzy of criticism from the ruling party and others who accused the Auditor General and her team of failing to follow [...]

With Public Hearings Over, Report Due Early Next Year

Business Community Senator Mark Lizarraga acted as pro-tem chair for today’s final meeting, which was delayed due to an administrative error that pushed the start time from this morning to [...]

Mark Lizarraga Agrees U.H.S. is a Mess

Two most recent presidents of the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry – incumbent Nikita Usher and predecessor Kay Menzies – have been vocal that the G.O.B. must respect the [...]

Trio Charged for Unlawful Public Assembly in Teakettle

Three residents from the Arizona area in Teakettle have been charged for illegal assembly at the Belmopan Police Station. Twenty-three-year-old Mervin Correa, twenty-two-year-old Guadalupe Guerra and fifty-five-year-old Plines Gutierrez were [...]

Auditor General Says Submitted Report is Final; Some Editing Done

Auditor General Dorothy Bradley, though it was her second appearance, was the final witness to appear before the Senate Special Select Committee today. As some witnesses have done in their [...]

Police and D.P.P. ‘Obligated’ to Investigate Charges in Report

The Auditor General also addressed the question of whether Police and the Director of Public Prosecutions were informed of the Immigration Audit Report and the obligation to inform of any [...]

CitCo Says Bear with Terrible Traffic on Repairing Philip Goldson Highway

The traffic congestion from the Haulover Bridge to miles two and a half along the Phillip Goldson Highway is causing serious delays for motorists entering or leaving Belize City during [...]

The Meeting with the PAC

Auditor General Dorothy Bradley met with the six members of the House of Representatives’ Public Accounts Committee nearly a month ago.  The meeting did not get into details of the [...]

B.P.P. Preparing Municipal Candidates in City, P.G.; Protest Lack of Re-Registration

The Belize Progressive Party hosted a press conference this morning at its headquarters on Vernon Street to discuss a number of national issues, including its position on the much talked [...]

O.W. Motorcyclist Dies in San Pablo Crash

A San Juan man crashed on his motorcycle and died this morning in Orange Walk. Police say that around four-thirty this morning, twenty-four-year-old Audiaz Lopez was driving his motorcycle along [...]

Local Government Reckons with UNCAC

Mayor and Councilors from all over the country converged at the Radisson this morning where a one-day event took place on the two issues critical to governing: accountability and transparency. [...]

Christmas Time for Patrons of F.C.C.A.

The Florida Caribbean Cruise Association treated Belize City primary schoolers to a special Christmas cheer today.  The F.C.C.A. hosts an annual Christmas party  with music, food and gifts for deserving [...]

Hilton Curio Mahogany Bay Resort Opens

A new luxury resort was launched today in San Pedro just in time for the tourism high season. A year later and over a hundred million dollars in investment, Mahogany [...]

Can You Hear Me? Kids Affected by Hearing Loss Speak Up

In tonight newscast, we begin a two-part series by the National Resource Center Exclusive Education of the Ministry of Education.  Titled “Can You Hear Me,” is brought by Kids who [...]