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Micah Goodin Benched Indefinitely Following Tirade at City Hall

Flanked by his team at City Hall, Mayor Bernard Wagner today announced that he was relieving Councillor Micah Goodin of his responsibilities at City Hall which including staff development and [...]

Micah Goodin Sidelined Indefinitely, but the Door Remains Open for His Return

So what is the fate of the wayward councilor going forward?  He is duly elected, therefore Micah Goodin cannot be terminated from the Belize City Council.  Despite measures taken against [...]

Does the Good Councilor Need Counseling?

It is not the first time that Goodin has thrown a temper tantrum. In April 2018, the politician fell out with Mayor Wagner, resulting in harsh criticism of his leadership [...]

Pickup truck mows down a minor and his great-grandmother!

A road traffic accident in the city has left a minor and his great-grand mother in the hospital. Police say forty-nine-year old Martin Franklin Reyes was driving at the corner [...]

Safety issues at the intersection King Street and Amara Avenue!

As you heard just now – that accident injured an elderly woman and her great-grandson. The intersection of King Street and Amara Avenue is one of the busiest in the [...]

What we need is enforcement, says Works C.E.O.

The barriers along mile two on the Philip Goldson Highway in Belize City sparked a heated debate after pedestrians are constantly hopping over the barriers to get across. Earlier in [...]

A Single Mother Loses Her Job Because of Faulty Police Record

A single mother of six is without gainful employment tonight after losing her job at a call center on Thursday due to an error on her police record. According to [...]

What’s Next for Terminated Mother?

According to Gideon, she was fired from her job because the human resources manager does not believe her story, notwithstanding the evidence she has provided.   Tiffany Gideon, Complainant “I [...]

Fire in City; Family says it was the work of arsonists.

On Thursday night, a fire destroyed a wooden house off Mahogany Street in Belize City. Firefighters were called out to Mahogany Street where they saw a twenty by thirty wooden [...]

A Human Skull is Found Backa Port

A human skull was reportedly unearthed by a dog this morning in the vicinity of the Port of Belize.  Residents in the area were alerted to the discovery when the [...]

Nigel Hawke did not resign as Solicitor General

Stabroek Newspaper of Guyana has retracted a report on the purported resignation of Nigel Hawke as Solicitor General. The newspaper has corrected the story following confirmation by Hawke that he [...]

Jordan Burns to stand trial for the Murder of Carlton Morreira

Months ago, eighteen-year old Jordan Akeem Burns, was charged for the murder of thirty-four-year old Carlton Jarrett Moreira which occurred on May twenty-third 2018, through a back street in the [...]

Police make an arrest in Tuesday night’s shooting

Nineteen-year-old Keenan Young, a music producer, appeared before Magistrate Khadeen Palmer and was arraigned for use of deadly means of harm. Since the offense was allegedly committed with the use [...]

“Corruption will be with us always”, says PM

On Thursday, the Prime Minister’s Business Forum was held under the theme, “Embracing Innovation for Economic Prosperity”. One of the guest speakers at the event was Linner Viik. He is [...]

Corruption Also Involves Private Sector Partners

Corruption is not only a problem that many governments have been battling. Corruption has found its way in not only the government department and ministries but also in the private [...]

Former CARICOM Leaders Say International Law Must be Respected

Former Prime Ministers of Caribbean community including Belize’s Said Musa have expressed concerns about maintaining the Caribbean as a peace zone. Musa along with Jamaica’s P.J. Patterson, Barbados’ Owen Arthur, [...]

ICJ Referendum Will Not Be Delayed, Says PM Barrow

The People’s United Party along with several other political and activist groups has been calling on the government to delay the April tenth I.C.J. referendum. There are numerous complaints from [...]

2018 Experienced Positive GDP

During Thursday’s economic forum, the Prime Minister boasted about the encouraging outlook of the economy. According to P.M. Barrow central government recorded a primary balance of not less than two [...]

But much remains to be done…

While the Prime Minister boasted a positive G.D.P. growth in 2018, the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry says that much more needs to be done in terms of taxes. [...]

Comprehensive National Transportation Master Plan Completed

According to Prime Minister Dean Barrow, “the ever-expanding and constantly upgrading national road network is literally paving the way for accelerated growth.” Many more major road works are expected to [...]

“We are currently nowhere blacklisted”, Says PM

With respect to the financial and banking sector, Prime Minister Dean Barrow says that ‘innovations including the establishment of a Secured Transactions and Collateral Registry as well as a Credit [...]

Council of Ageing launches ‘Directory of Services’

The Council of Ageing is observing its sixteenth anniversary. They are celebrating this milestone under theme of “Celebrating Partnerships”. On Thursday they met at the Biltmore Plaza to make plans [...]