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Tensions at the Sarstoon! GAF Blocks Belize’s Security Forces

At around ten-thirty this morning, tensions were running high as members of the Guatemalan Armed Forces attempted to block the path of members of the Belize Coast Guard.  Video footage [...]

Party Politics at Elections & Boundaries Department?

The Senate met today and we will come to all the debate on the Belize Territorial Referendum Bill 2019. But first in the course of the debate, Senator Eamon Courtenay [...]

Former Mayor Darrell Bradley Exposes Chief Elections Officer

Senator Courtenay went on to expose what seems to be a clear misuse of Tamai’s post as Chief Elections Officer.   Eamon Courtenay, Lead P.U.P. Senator “What was wrong was [...]

Chief Elections Officer Responds to Claims

While all that information was revealed in the Senate, this evening, Chief Elections Officer Josephine Tamai responded to the claims contained in the letter by attorney and former U.D.P. Belize [...]

Josephine Tamai Refutes Claims of Political Victimization

In the letter, Bradley, on behalf of Jerrylyn Bruce accuses Tamai of political victimization and demands that it cease immediately. Bruce who has been transferred to the central office and [...]

Is Naboo System Faulty?

The Chief Elections Officer also responded to the assertion that the Naboo Online System has an automatic feature of trying to correct itself and deleting any duplication instead of flagging [...]

Senate Meets to Debate New Referendum Legislation

A vote by division in the Senate came shortly after four o’clock this afternoon following passage on Friday of the Belize Territorial Dispute Referendum Bill 2019. The vote ended in [...]

What’s Up With I.C.J. Litigation Risk?

Government, in its media blitz, continues to put forward that Belize has an ironclad case should the territorial claim with Guatemala be taken to the I.C.J. for resolution.  But the [...]

Valerie Woods Abstains from Voting on New Referendum Bill in Senate

Back to the debate in the Senate. Last Friday, the former PM Said Musa voted to abstain in the House on the same referendum bill. That position happened again in [...]

Senator Elena Smith Votes No

The social partners added to the debate on the new referendum bill. While the N.G.O. senator Osmany Salas voted yes, Trade Unionist Elena Smith raised several concerns relating to the [...]

Pastor Rocke Picks Sense Out of Nonsense

While there were various reasons given by the senators on why to or not to support the new referendum bill, Senator Ashley Rocke gave his perspective on behalf of the [...]

G.O.B. Wants I.C.J. Interim Injunction Discharged

The first hearing of the Opposition’s suit against the Government of Belize with respect to the writ of referendum was scheduled to be heard today in the courtroom of Chief [...]

Will P.U.P. Mount Another Legal Challenge?

Representing the People’s United Party today in place of lead attorney, Senior Counsel Eamon Courtenay was attorney Kareem Musa. According to Musa, his clients have been consulted with respect to [...]

Missing Minor Drowned in Southern Waters

Going into the weekend, there was a report on a sixteen-year-old who went missing at sea during a trip to South Water Caye. Last Monday, Frederick Lammey Juniour went on [...]

An Altercation Escalates into a Shooting in Hopkins

There was gun violence over the weekend in Belize City, Ladyville and Hopkins. The most recent occurred just after twelve this morning in the southern village of Hopkins. Jessie Cal [...]

Shot to the Hand in an Alley off Fairweather Street

The gun violence started on Friday night during news time.  Just after seven p.m., Faber’s Road resident Cashief Myvett was targeted by a gunman as he walked into an alley [...]

A Police-Involved Shooting in Ladyville; 1 Suspect under Police Guard

There is a criminal and an internal investigation ongoing following a police-involved shooting on Sunday night in Ladyville. According to police, Shawn Lanza remains under police guard at the Karl [...]

Still No Arrests for the Murder of Joshua Gallego

There are still no arrests for the murder of Joshua Gallego, which occurred last Thursday evening on North Creek, Belize City.  Gallego was shot in the afternoon and succumbed at [...]

Eagle JEM Estate – a Housing Project by the Holy Redeemer Credit Union

A new housing project was launched over the weekend that presents exciting opportunities to prospective homeowners. The “Eagle Jem Estate” is located just outside Belize City. It is by the [...]

Casting Call Gets Underway of the Next Miss Universe Belize

Casting call for the next Miss Belize got underway this weekend and will continue online. While beauty is an integral part, the Miss Universe Belize Director says inner confidence is [...]

Brushfires Popping Up Everywhere; Fire Department Issues Notice

The Belize National Fire Service is today imploring for residents to practice responsible burning and maintenance of properties, particularly within rural and countryside areas. The notice comes on the heels [...]

The Weekend in Sports with James Adderley

Good evening I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   [Highlights of the weekend in sports....]