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An SUV Plunges into the Haulover Creek Near Swing Bridge

An accident in downtown Belize City this morning caused a stir for commuters in the heavily trafficked area. But for two women, it was a scary ordeal when their SUV [...]

Kareem’s Trip to China Ends in Controversy

Caribbean Shores Area Representative Kareem Musa returned from China on Sunday, following an unofficial visit to the East Asian country last week.  Accompanied by a contingent of three persons, including [...]

What Does Going to China Mean for PUP and Taiwan?

According to Musa, the Chairman of the Belize Chinese Association may have been pressured into distancing himself from his role in facilitating the visit since the matter has become political.  [...]

What Should North Park Street Make of Kareem’s Visit to China?

Is Mainland China attempting to curry favour with Belize by inviting members of parliament to visit that country?  It’s a perception, Musa says, that can be drawn from the invitations. [...]

Santa Cruz Village Council’s “Fundraising” Efforts Sparks Controversy

Thousands of Belizeans illegally enter Mexico through the village of Santa Cruz in Orange Walk and into Botes.  Normally, they are lured to the area for beer, vegetables and other [...]

Three Families Expected to be Evicted From Belmopan Lands

Squatting is a perennial problem in urban cities. In Belmopan we have been following the story of a group of families who have cleared land and have made it their [...]

Ministry of Transport & BBA reach an agreement

A shutdown of public transportation has been averted.  The Ministry of Transport and the Belize Bus Association have reached an agreement to settle the B.B.A.’s concerns over Guatemalan and Mexican [...]

New River Affected by Eutrophication; DOE says Sources include Industries

The New River in Orange Walk is being affected by eutrophication.  It is the increase of nutrients in the river which has been causing the harmful algal blooms, discoloration, stagnation [...]

DOE to Host Public Consultation on New River Problem

The establishments and factories that have been discharging effluents into the New River will be sent a letter containing corrective recommendations.  An advisory will also be issued to the public, [...]

Kareem Musa Weighs in on Charge Against Cpl. Kent Martinez

Attorney Kareem Musa, who represents the family of Allyson Major Junior, was away in China last week when Corporal Kent Martinez was arraigned on a single charge of Manslaughter by [...]

Is A Judicial Review Likely in Case Against Trigger Happy Cop?

The likelihood of a judicial review challenging the charge that was brought against Corporal Martinez is also being explored by Musa’s colleague, attorney Anthony Sylvestre.  Together, they are looking at [...]

A Tour Guide is Guilty of Drug Possession

A Belize City tour guide picked up a drug conviction after he admitted to possession of one hundred and fifty grams of weed found at his home. The amount is [...]

Rehabilitating the Gulisi Garifuna Museum

A Memorandum of Understanding was penned today for the rehabilitation of the Gulisi Museum. The museum, which is located in Dangriga, is the home of Garifuna cultural heritage.  The M.O.U. [...]

SATIIM retrieves illegally harvested timber; GAF didn’t interfere

On July eleventh SATIIM visited the Sarstoon Temash National Park where they discovered a pile of harvested timber inside the park. Over a week later, on July twenty-third, SATIIM attempted [...]

SATIIM speaks on challenges to monitor STNP

As you heard just now, SATIIM was only able to retrieve about sixty percent of the harvested timber. The remainder was destroyed. While illegal logging is a problem in several [...]

Let’s Empower Parents to Enable Breastfeeding.

It’s Breastfeeding Week in Belize and the proponents of breastfeeding are championing family support to help moms. The focus is on supporting both parents, with the inclusion of fathers to [...]

KTV-The Remix takes it to the Movies

Get ready for another tight round of competition in KTV the Remix. The show gets underway at eight-thirty p.m. live from the Bliss Auditorium in Belize City. Tonight, the remaining [...]

The National U-15 Boys Compete in the 2019 CONCACAF Championships

The national under-fifteen team secured a win today against Saint Kitts and Nevis after a disappointing loss to French Guiana on the first day of competition. The team is currently [...]