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Guat former Foreign Minister expresses shock over Sedi’s “invasion” comment!

A few weeks ago a delegation of Belizean media travelled to the Netherlands on a U.S. Embassy sponsored trip to learn more about the International Court of Justice. The second [...]

Police Won’t Take Responsibility for Running Over Baby Tevin

Two-year old Tevin Cacho remains at the Karl Huesner Memorial Hospital where his condition has improved slightly. The toddler was crushed by a police mobile on Thursday evening as he [...]

A Hitchhiker Murders Good Samaritan in Southern Belize

There were a number of shooting across the country but we go south where two men were murdered in separate incidents. A motorist giving a hitchhiker a ride to Independence [...]

A Guatemalan Laborer is Mutilated in Bladen by a Mob of Angry Brothers

The other murder in southern Belize involved a Guatemalan national who was viciously hacked to death in Bladen Village on Friday evening.  Police say forty-one-year-old Marcus Chen was chopped multiple [...]

Annie Young Remains Missing, Police Regroup Their Efforts to Find Her

Twenty-three-year-old Anisha Young remains missing over a week after she was last seen catching a cab on the entertainment strip.  With every day that passes by, the glimmer of hope [...]

Four Persons Injured in Roaring Creek Shooting

Two residents from Roaring Creek, Cayo, are recuperating tonight following a shooting over the weekend in the village. The two victims of gun violence were among a group of persons [...]

PUP Senator Calls for Legislation to address Domestic Violence

Gender-based violence remains a constant issue; the Domestic Violence Act was strengthened in 2007 to deal with the issue but its implementation remains a challenge. Over the past couple of [...]

Designated Processing Areas Bill Passed by Senate

The Senate today passed the Designated Processing Areas Bill. It’s a piece of legislation that will replace the Export Processing Zone Act and according to the government, the Designated Processing [...]

Senators Debate Income and Business Tax Amendment Bill

The Senate also passed the Income and Business Tax Amendment Bill which seeks not only to create a tax regime for companies engaged in certain business activities but also to [...]

Income and Business Tax Amendment Bill Passed

Like the Income and Business Tax Amendment Bill, it was necessary for the International Business Companies Amendment Bill to be passed before the year ends. That bill seeks to eliminate [...]

Why has Guatemala failed to fulfil its commitment to the Sarstoon Protocol?

Earlier we heard from Carlos Raul Morales, who left diplomatic service over a year ago and was replaced by Foreign Minister Sandra Polanco. But we asked him to weigh in [...]

Can negotiations continue in place of going to the ICJ? Guat Former Foreign Minister weighs in.

In his interview today, Morales, as the same with others we interviewed reiterated their hope that Belizeans will vote yes in the upcoming referendum to take the claim to the [...]

Digi gifts San Pedro Fire Station with a fully-equipped fire truck

The San Pedro Fire Department received a fire-truck today thanks to Digi. The fully-equipped fire-truck is the third to be added to the fire station’s fleet.  Fire officials say it [...]

Fire Destroys Palapa at BTL Park

A small fire destroyed a thatch cover at B.T.L. Park on Saturday night. According to police, someone may have left a lit cigarette under a palapa adjacent to Pier One [...]

Norman Haulze is Shot in Ladyville

Was the shooting of seventeen-year-old Norman Haulze, in Ladyville on Saturday morning, retaliation for a murder that took place at Pier One a week ago?  Haulze’s older brother, Leroy, is [...]

Safety Tips to Avoid Getting Jacked this Christmas

Safety tips on how to avoid getting mugged while out shopping during the Christmas Season are an important part of your holiday guide. This afternoon, top cop Chester Williams gave [...]

Senate remembers Dr. Jane Usher

All Belize flags were flown at half-mast today in respect of the iconic Doctor Jane Usher who passed away in her home on Wednesday, December, twelfth. Known for founding the [...]

COP24 outcome is “fair” for the CARICOM states!

All of last week we’ve been reporting on the negotiations at COP24 in Katowice, Poland. The negotiations progressed slowly and it wasn’t until Saturday night around ten that the final [...]

COP24 Final Agreement spells positive ‘finance’ news!

A big part of the discussions for the past two weeks at COP24 focused on finance. It was one of the contentious and drawn out topics at the negotiations. Carlos [...]

Weekend Sports with James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   [Highlights of the weekend sporting activities....]