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Court of Appeal to Hear I.C.J. Injunction Appeal

On Monday, the Government of Belize and the Opposition Party will go to legal war at both the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal. The Court of Appeal is scheduled [...]

Attorney General Accuses P.U.P. of Delay Tactics

The Opposition Party has until Saturday evening to file skeletal arguments after which the hearing will be held on Monday. For the government, it is a race against time and [...]

I.C.J. Referendum: If Not April Tenth, When?

As you heard, attorneys for P.U.P. parliamentarians and the Government went before the Court of Appeal this afternoon for case management ahead of arguments on Monday. To put things in [...]

Is Councilor Elijio Upset with Belize City Council?

So what is happening at City Hall?  P.U.P. Belize City Councillor Ryan Elijio caused quite a stir on Thursday night after a post on his personal Facebook profile alluded to [...]

Skeletal Remains Discovered Behind Los Lagos; Are They for Hubert Richards?

The remains of an elderly man were found today near the Los Lagos community, Ladyville. It has been determined so far that the bones are that of an elderly man, [...]

Little Barranco and the Polemic I.C.J. Vote

Barranco in is one of the smallest villages in the country.  The quiet community is located in a remote area of southern Belize and overtime, it has generally kept away [...]

Belize is Named as a Drug Transit Point

Belize is among five countries that have been named as “drug transit” countries by the U.S. government in the latest International Narcotics Control Strategy Report. The other four countries are: [...]

B.E.L Proposes to Maintain Mean Electricity Rate for 2019-2020

The Belize Electricity Limited has asked the Public Utilities Commission to maintain the mean electricity rate of forty-one cents per kilowatt-hour from July of this year through to June of [...]

A Fire in the City

There was a fire this evening just before five on Freetown Road in Belize City. The fire was seen coming out of the upper flat of a concrete building with [...]

A Double Head Cabbage Residents Back Flips Off a Tree to his Death

Family and friends of Percival Flowers Junior are grieving his untimely death. The experienced swimmer perished in the Belize River a few days ago when he flipped from a tree [...]

Interpol says Argentinean Fugitive Hiding in Belize

Interpol says Argentinean fugitive, seventy-one-year-old Alberto Samid is hiding in Belize. International Criminal Police Organization issued a red alert for the Samid who is wanted in Argentina for tax evasion. [...]

Father to Stand Trial for Sexual Abuse of his 13-year-old Daughter

A forty-six-year-old father of Belize City will stand trial in the June session of the Supreme Court for incest of his thirteen-year-old daughter. He is accused of the sexual abuse [...]

Inmate Charged for Sexually Assaulting a Security Officer

An inmate who is a prison trustee, who is serving an eleven-year sentence for manslaughter, has been charged with the sexual assault of a security officer. Thirty-two-year-old David Rosalez appeared [...]

Bird Talk with King Vulture and Harpy Eagle at the Zoo

Earlier this week we showed you a pair of Jaguarundis who were born two months ago at the Belize Zoo. News of the birth spread quickly among the zoos across [...]

Innovation Financial Management, Securing a Sustainable A.C.C.

The Anglican Cathedral College held an open day showcase for its enterprising students. They showed off the creations they made to observe the theme, “Innovation Financial Management Securing a Sustainable [...]

NEBL: Defenders Versus Dream Ballaz

Belize City Defenders and Dangriga Dream Ballaz head to the basketball court at the Civic Centre in a do or die game. Tonight’s game will determine who moves up to [...]