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New Litigation at C.C.J. over U.H.S., House Vote May Be Delayed

Our top story tonight is a major update on the Universal Health Services matter. Both the government and the Belize Bank Limited are headed back to court in dueling applications [...]

Why P.M. Says Let the Sunshine In

On Monday, February fifth, the Supreme Court is expected to hear the case of Sunshine Holdings against the B.T.L. Employees’ Trust in a partial continuation of the original Telemedia saga [...]

Finance Minister Claims Immunity in CLICO Case

On Tuesday, we reported that a group of former holders of premium annuities with the defunct Colonial Life Insurance Company (CLICO) took an appeal of previous judicial decisions to the [...]

“We’re Still Friends with the U.S.”

During U.S. President Donald Trump’s live televised State of the Union address to Congress on Tuesday night, he intimated that American foreign assistance should always serve American interests and go [...]

Lost and Found Park Rangers Blame It on the Rain

The combined effort of the Belize Defense Force, the Belize Police Department and the Forestry Department led to the successful location of two park rangers who had gone missing on [...]

Guats Nabbed Illegally Hunting Wildlife

Earlier this week, we reported on the case of two Guatemalan fishermen charged with illegal fishing in southern Belize. Tonight, Friends for Conservation and Development, FCD, is reporting that on [...]

U.D.P. CitCo Slate Unveil “People’s” Manifesto

The homestretch of the municipal elections race has arrived. As the calendar turns to February, the ruling United Democratic Party is first off the mark with its production of promises [...]

P.M. Bullish on Prospects in Municipal Elections

The United Democratic Party currently controls sixty-two of the sixty-seven seats on municipal councils countrywide. Since 2006, it has never gone below a two-thirds majority of such seats. But, might [...]

Barrow: It’s Not Time to Say Goodbye Yet

And finally from Prime Minister Dean Barrow tonight, the march is on toward his sunset as a political force. With elections due by the end of 2020 or early 2021 [...]

Police Get Their Man in Vicious Double Sister Murder

Siblings Cricencia and Josephine Oh were savagely mutilated near the village of San Jose in the Toledo District on January twenty-first as they were returning from attending mass and visiting [...]

San Jose/San Antonio villagers Take a Walk for Justice

The shocking deaths of the Oh sisters have galvanized residents from San Jose and San Antonio villages.  Together they have organized a Walk for Justice in memory of Cricencia and [...]

Lord’s Bank Security Guard Surprised by Pre-Dawn Stabbing

Thirty-four-year-old Kenrick Valencia was attacked by an unknown assailant as he stood in front of the Novelo’s Bus Terminal this morning.  The predawn assault resulted in the security guard being [...]

Mexico Promotes Legitimate Trade against Contraband

Back from his end-of-year working visit to his homeland to meet with counterparts in the Mexican Foreign Relations Secretariat, Ambassador of Mexico to Belize, Carlos Quesnel Melendez, hosted the press [...]

On Immigration, Mexico Says Trump’s Wall is Not the Answer

President Enrique Pena Nieto’s whirlwind visit to Belize for the Mexico-CARICOM summit was a highlight of the local embassy’s year, and planning has begun for a reciprocal visit, as well [...]

How Belizean Mexicans Can Vote in July Elections

There is an important notice tonight for our viewers of Mexican heritage. In five months voters will go to the polls there to elect a President and members of the [...]

Land Titles are Final CitCo Gift to Workers

One hundred and ninety-five City Council employees each received a free piece of land today. Mayor Darrell Bradley says he has been working on this “thank you” gift which will [...]

30 Years of Tertiary Titans COBEC

The Ministry of Education, members of the Consortium for Belize Educational Cooperation, met today in Belize City for the annual COBEC Winter Symposium.  This year, COBEC celebrates thirty-years of existence [...]

What You Need to Know about Measles Threat

At the end of January, the Ministry of Health in Belize issued an advisory on the presence of measles in Central America. It’s one imported case – which means an [...]