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Introducing the Belize (Territorial Dispute) Referendum Bill, 2019

In what is expected to be a critical Sitting of the House of Representative on Friday, the Barrow administration is proposing to table the Belize Territorial Dispute Referendum Bill, 2019. [...]

Does Barrow’s ‘Super Referendum Bill’ Triumphs Judiciary?

As Briceño notes there is still a case before Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin which is scheduled to proceed on Monday when the Senate is scheduled to meet to ratify the [...]

Opposition Leader says It’s About Getting It Right

P.U.P. Leader John Briceño also countered the Prime Minister’s accusation that the opposition is purposely delaying the holding of the referendum.  Briceño says that his party has the moral and [...]

What’s the Position of Said Musa and Valerie Woods on Super Referendum Bill?

So will the P.U.P. attempt to block the passing of the bill on Friday? And what about Said Musa who was absent for today’s meeting and Senator Valerie Woods who, [...]

A Joint Statement by the U.S., the E.U. and the U.K. on the Referendum Postponement

And one more thing on the referendum….late this evening, a joint statement was issued by the European Union, the United Kingdom and the United States of America. In the wake [...]

Chiquibul: the Important Role of the Rangers & Soldiers

Illegal cattle ranching is just one of the threats to the Chiquibul forest; the area is remote, but it is rich with the most precious natural resources. On a daily [...]

Shooting in Belize City Leaves Man Critical

A shooting in Belize City left a man injured. It happened earlier this afternoon at around two thirty in the North Creek area. The victim has been identified as Joshua [...]

Charges are Dropped, Belizean Lawmen Released from Guatemalan Jail

We’ve been reporting on the detention of two Belizean lawmen and two others in Livingston, Guatemala over the weekend. The men: coastguard officer Pedro Colomer, police officer Fabian Laurie as [...]

Robbers Hit Homever Supermarket

While the Eastern Division jurisdiction for the Police Department has been relatively quiet as it relates to major crimes, petty crimes such as robberies and burglaries have spiked. A well-known [...]

Security Guard at UNO Depot is Robbed by 4 Persons

Earlier this week reported that two gas depots, belonging to BWEL and TOMZA, were robbed within hours of each other on Tuesday. The culprits got away with an undisclosed amount [...]

DNA Results Pending for Skeletal Remains Found Behind Los Lagos

Last week, the skeletal remains sans skull of an elder person were discovered in the dried up savannah behind the Los Lagos Community off the Philip Goldson Highway; a denture [...]

Before the Court Again; Primrose Gabourel and Dion Zabaneh

For more than a month, Primrose Gabourel and her son, Dion Zabaneh, have been in and out of court regarding a parcel of land in the Caribbean Shores area of [...]

2 Conch Shell Bay Residents Detained for Burrell Boom Burglaries

Two Conch Shell Bay area residents have been detained in connection with two recent burglaries in Burrell Boom Village. The duo is Eugene Mark Anthony Fraser and Joshua Jeremy Gillett. [...]

Police are Seeking 1 Person for Macario Tzib’s Murder

Assistant Commissioner of Police Joseph Myvett also gave updates on the two recent murders out west. On Monday, investigators from the San Ignacio Police Formation were called out to a [...]

No Arrests in Lloyden Bejerano’s Murder

The other murder was the shooting death of Lloyden Bejerano. The twenty-nine-year-old was inside his house in the Oscar Sabido area of San Ignacio Town. He was visited by a [...]

2 Guns are Retrieved from River Bank in Benque

On Wednesday, a pair of guns was found near the river bank area in Benque Viejo Del Carmen. Police say that a forty-five glock pistol with twelve live rounds and [...]

The Jaguar Rehabilitation Programme at the Belize Zoo

The jaguar is the largest and most powerful cat in the Western Hemisphere. In Belize, they are found in the lowland forests and along the coast. But hunting and deforestation [...]

UB Shares Outcomes of CSUCA Meeting

The University of Belize wrapped up the second day of hosting one hundred and thirteenth session of the Central American University Confederation called the CSUCA. Universities from Central America and [...]

CSUCA Discusses New Policies

The Assistant Secretary General with responsibility for academic affairs of the CSUCA also spoke with the press at this morning’s meeting. Francisco Alarcon says that the universities were intent on [...]

Healthy Living: Coping with Allergies

It attacks almost instantaneously. The truth is only allergy sufferers know the pain of being hypersensitive to things in the environment that can turn them into a sneezy mess in [...]