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Is Gapi Returning to Electoral Politics in Orange Walk North?

Is disgraced U.D.P. politician and former Deputy Prime Minister Gaspar Vega mounting a political comeback ahead of the November 2020 general elections?  Over the weekend, Orange Walk North Standard Bearer [...]

U.D.P. OW North Standard Bearer Resigns; Is Gapi Making A Comeback?

Dated September ninth, Homero Novelo’s resignation letter is addressed to the U.D.P. Secretary General Pearl Stuart. Novelo tells Stuart, “It has been an enjoyable but though journey from the U.D.P. [...]

Sedi is Undecided on U.D.P. Leadership Candidates

The race for the leadership of the United Democratic Party in the months prior to the 2020 general elections is taking shape.  Despite talks of a so-called dark horse, Deputy [...]

Teen Killers on the Loose in Garden City

A minor, as young as thirteen years old, is believed to have been involved in the double murder of Gruver Delgado and Herman Villadares. The cousins were shot and killed [...]

Final Arguments are Made in Progresso Heights Case

This morning in the courtroom of Justice Courtney Abel, the long-drawn-out case against Foreign Minister Wilfred Elrington, a shareholder with a twenty percent stake in the embattled Progresso Heights Limited, [...]

Sedi Defends His Interest in Progresso Heights

According to Elrington, the submissions were all based on technical arguments in law.  Elrington says that while Schneider attempted to speak on behalf of Progresso Heights by way of the [...]

The Preliminary Inquiry for Albert Moreira, Accused of Murdering His Ex-Wife

The preliminary inquiry for B.D.F. soldier, Albert Moreira, accused of the murder of his estranged common-law-wife, Felicia James kicked off on Monday before Senior Magistrate Tricia Pitts Anderson.  Prosecutor in [...]

Belize City Man Accused of Sexually Assaulting Elderly Woman

An elderly woman is the latest victim of an alleged sexual assault. She was purportedly inappropriately touched and grabbed on her private parts and her breast by a man known [...]

Fuel Prices Down

There is a change in fuel prices and this time the costs are seeing a dip as of Wednesday. Premium gasoline sees the biggest decrease of forty-seven cents from eleven [...]

Sedi Sounds Off on Joshua Perdomo Loan Write-off

The loan write-off that has been approved for a forty thousand dollar debt that was owed by Joshua Perdomo, son of Cabinet Secretary Carlos Perdomo, to the Government of Belize [...]

“The Death of Belize’s Financial System”

Caporaso and Partners Law Office in Panama says that Belize’s offshore banking system is dead. The law firm which specializes in offshore banking says that the recent closure of two [...]

B.C.C.I. Prez Says Businesses to Face Challenge Obtaining Foreign Exchange

Private sector businesses are about to face challenges accessing foreign exchange. According to the President of the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Nikita Usher, the news that Scotia Bank [...]

Vessel Removed 4 Days After It Ran Aground on Reef

Four days after a catamaran with tourists ran aground on the reef in the coral garden area, north of Caye Caulker Village, the vessel is finally removed. Today, Coral Tours [...]

Who Will Be Charged for Damage to Reef?

The vessel is a catamaran that carries out tours within Belize. While it is a Belizean registered company, it is owned by a Colombian national, and the vessel is captained [...]

One Person Charged for Trinidad robberies

A Saint Mathews Village resident has been charged for robberies of two bars in Trinidad Village, Orange Walk District, which occurred after nine o’clock on Friday night. While police has [...]

Chamber Breaks Silence on National Gas Company Limited

In August, the government tabled and passed the National Liquefied Petroleum Gas Project Bill which essentially establishes a monopoly which then controls the importation and price of butane. The Bureau of [...]

B.C.C.I. Provides Update on Occupational Safety and Health Bill

It took the unfortunate and tragic deaths of Roque Jimenez and Orlington Stuart to highlight the urgent need for the passage and implementation of the Occupational Safety and Health Bill. [...]

Expert Says B.S.I. Water Treatment Exceptional

The Belize Sugar Industry has responded to a report that the mill is largely at fault for the state of the New River. B.S.I. is refuting any claim that the [...]

Shooting Victim Asks ComPol for a Hand

A Punta Gorda resident is claiming he was shot by cops and is making a plea to the Belize Police Department. According to twenty-four-year-old Justin Espat, the incident happened over [...]

7 Persons Displaced by Fire in San Pedro

Seven persons have been displaced after an early morning fire on San Pedro gutted the wooden two-storey apartment they called home. Just before six o’clock as Vanina Alpuche and her [...]

Belizean Teacher Chosen for Prestigious Global Education Program

Alex Cruz is in the U.S.A. as part of the cultural exchange programme: Participate Learning. The initiative recruits teachers from all over the world to live the experience of teaching [...]

Job Opportunities Open Up at Carnival Cruise Lines, Auditions Continue on Wednesday

Day-one of a not too common opportunity to work onboard one of the many ships for Carnival Cruise Lines concluded this evening at the Radisson Fort George in Belize City. [...]