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The Cold-Blooded Execution of Jason Sutherland

Gun violence in Belize City appears to be on the rise once again, particularly in Port Loyola where two separate shooting incidents have been recorded within a twenty-four-hour period.  On [...]

Kevaughan Staine Guilty of Attempted Murder of Cousin

Twenty-one-year-old Kevaughan “Bigga” Staine remains on remand after he was convicted on a charge of attempted murder for trying to kill his own cousin, nineteen-year-old Taisha Staine.  The near fatal-incident [...]

Conquering Mathematical Jinx on Day 2 of P.S.E.

A common theme of our reporting over the years on the Primary School Examination is that English, Social Studies and Science have all been less challenging to exam-takers than Mathematics, [...]

B.D.F. Stops Championship Final Show with Protest on Disallowed Penalty

In sporting news, the planned game one of the Premier League of Belize Championship Finals for this weekend has been postponed. General Secretary to the Premier League of Belize, Wilhelm [...]

Seeing Improvement in English Writing

The Primary School Examinations are already half-marked – a computer scanner does the job for the multiple-choice English and Science papers, while selected teachers come in to mark the composition [...]

The Special Measures for “Special Needs” P.S.E. Takers

We have previously covered how students with “special needs” – the visually and hearing impaired; the handicapped; those with autism and developmental learning disabilities – have taken part in the [...]

Why the P.S.E. Remains Relevant

What really are the importance and significance of the P.S.E. results? There is an annual debate about whether the teaching content gets through to the youths, and the majority of [...]

How You Can Be a Leader

For a third consecutive year, Chamberlain Consulting has embarked on hosting a leadership conference in Belize. Leadercast Live takes place in Atlanta, U.S.A., but is simulcast to over a hundred [...]

Michelle Rudon Chosen as an Inspiring Leader

Nine dynamic presentations were featured in the 2018 Leadercast. The inspirational speakers are from different walks of life, but overcame challenges that have proven that a leader is not a [...]

Hepatitis A Watch in the West

The Ministry of Health is monitoring growing cases of Hepatitis ‘A’ in the west. It is a highly contagious liver infection caused by the Hepatitis virus. According to the ministry’s [...]

Donations to Fight Mosquito-Borne Diseases

The Ministry of Health’s Vector Control Unit received a trove of donations, including traps and tablets to fight mosquito borne diseases. The British Government handed over the equipment to the [...]

Smart Belize Hurricanes Import Belizean Overseas star Devin Daly for Playoffs

On the heels of a strong performance on Monday night at the Belize City Civic Center, the playoffs for the 2018 season of the National Elite Basketball League kicks off [...]

Hurricanes C.E.O. Says Category Five is Coming

The Hurricanes are currently ranked second in the 2018 season, with a five-game winning streak going into tonight’s game. Dubbed a battle of rice and beans versus hudut, C.E.O. Gilbert [...]