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Teachers Come Out in Masses for I.C.J. Forum

Thousands of teachers gathered today at the UB gymnasium in Belmopan to take part in an I.C.J. forum fully sponsored and organized by the Belize National Teachers’ Union. The four-hour [...]

Disenfranchised Belizeans from Around the World and I.C.J.

There are thousands of Belizeans living and working outside of the country who will not be able to participate in the upcoming I.C.J. referendum.  Notwithstanding the criteria for eligibility that [...]

Re-registration Process Winding Down Ahead of Deadline

The deadline for re-registration is March eleventh and across the country eligible voters are making last-minute efforts to ensure that they are able to cast their ballots on April tenth.  [...]

Another Accused Murderer Walks Free

Another accused murderer walked free of the charge today. Tonight, Daniel Myvett is at home with his family after attorney Leeroy Banner was successful in getting his case thrown out. [...]

Supreme Court Responds Tacitly to Criticism from PM Barrow

During the Prime Minister’s Business Forum on February twenty-first, the head of government took advantage of an opportunity to chide the court system, taking particular aim at a sitting judge.  [...]

Who is Funding Assad Shoman’s N.G.O.? Shoman Avoids Question

Many questions have been asked relating to Assad Shoman’s recently formed non-governmental organization. Citizens for the Defense of Sovereignty was formed less than three months ago and its primary objective [...]

Guatemala is Claiming ‘The Whole Sarstoon’

During the forum today, Ambassador Assad Shoman explained what steps will be followed if a YES vote is secured on April tenth. According to Shoman, Belize will exercise its rights [...]

What Happens if Belize Votes NO?

So what happens if there is a NO vote? Well according to Assad Shoman, there is no clear plan as to what steps will be taken. Shoman says he cannot [...]

Where is England in All of This? England is in England

One of the most repeated questions relating to Guatemala’s claim over Belize has to do with the historical role of England and future intervention. Some feel that Belize inherited the [...]

PETAL hosts 3rd Annual Int’l Women’s Day Conference

Today, March eighth, is International Women’s Day. The day is set aside to celebrate women and advocate for gender equality. Non-profit group ‘Promoting Empowerment Through Awareness for Lesbian and Bisexual [...]

Quality Poultry Business View Caribbean’s Cover Story!

Last month, we shared a story on the economic benefits of migrant-founded businesses like Quality Poultry Products in Spanish Lookout. The poultry producer was also recognized with a cover story [...]

22nd Annual Belikin La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge

The twenty-second Belikin La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge began today at the foot of the Hawkesworth Bridge in Santa Elena. Sixty-one teams of paddlers registered to take on one [...]

Sprucing Up Cleopatra White, Unicomer Style

A team of painters, all employees of Unicomer Belize, has been working diligently to give Cleopatra White Polyclinic a much needed facelift.  It is part of their annual celebration of [...]

The Newly renovated Hopkins Village Main Road

Earlier this week, the newly upgraded Hopkins Village Main Road was officially opened. The road was rehabilitated under the Banana Accompanying Measures Programme 2013, and was jointly funded by the [...]