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Court Rules that Former City Admin Candice Miller was Wrongfully Terminated

The case brought against City Hall by the former City Administrator Candice Miller, came to end this afternoon around three-thirty after days of gruelling arguments and counter arguments from both [...]

Alleged Voter Registration Fraud Goes before the Chief Magistrate

Today, members from both political parties were back before Chief Magistrate Sharon Fraser on a series of challenges of voters registered in a division where they do not reside. In [...]

Joshua Perdomo’s $40K Loan Write-off Approved by House

The House of Representatives met in Belmopan today. One of the significant actions involved the controversial forty- thousand dollars loan motion granted to Joshua Perdomo.   Perdomo, the son of Cabinet [...]

A US $6.8 Million Loan for Caye Caulker Electrification Project

A six-point-eight U.S. million dollars loan motion was presented during the Sitting of the House of Representatives. The loan was offered by the Caribbean Development Bank and the monies have [...]

Another Home Invasion in San Lazaro Village, Woman is Attacked in her Bedroom

Tonight there is another home invasion to report in San Lazaro Village in the Orange Walk District. A woman was attacked while she rested in her bedroom, rendered unconscious and [...]

Trio Injured in Belize City Shooting

There was a shooting in the city just before eight o’clock on Thursday night which fortunately was not fatal for the victims. It happened on Santa Barbara Street where a [...]

22-Year-Old Remanded for Robbing Elderly Man

A ninety-year-old man was the victim of a broad daylight robbery earlier this week. Just seconds after Llewellyn Tillett had withdrawn money from the Saint John’s Credit Union on Basra [...]

2 Belize City Men Guilty of Being a Member of a Gang

Tonight, two Belize City men, well-known to the courts, pleaded guilty to being a member of a gang to avoid jail time. Police say Edward Saldano and Tareek Malique Goff [...]

Belize Passes Laws to Have Name Remove from E.U. Blacklist

One of the string of bills passed into law by the House, is to cause the removal of Belize from the European Union’s blacklist. In March of this year, Belize [...]

Works on Philip Goldson Highway Not Looking Good

A portion of the Philip Goldson Highway within the city’s limit is being rehabilitated. If you are entering Belize City through the north you might have some complaints about the [...]

Land Tax Amnesty Programme to be Implemented

Government announced today that the Ministry of Natural Resources will be implementing the Partial Remission of Land Tax Arrears Programme which is also known as the Land Tax Amnesty Programme. [...]

Life Slowly Returning to Normal at La Inmaculada RC School

Life at La Inmaculada R.C. Primary School in Orange Walk Town is slowly returning to normal. The school administration had to adjust its class hours as they struggled to deal [...]

COTED Wraps Up; What is in it for Belize’s Sugar?

Five days of meeting of the Council for Trade and Economic Development in Belize wrapped up today. CARICOM hosted the regional meetings to discuss and plan for trade, agriculture and [...]

CARICOM Countries Take Precautions for African Swine Fever

Another matter that came out of today’s conclusion of the COTED meeting, was the region’s recommendation on how to approach African swine fever. It is a virus that spreads rapidly, [...]

Deadly Banana & Plantain Fungi Threat Detected in Colombia; CARICOM Plans

Another issue that was discussed and recommendations put forward for the region to monitor is a soil fungi that devastates crops like bananas, plantains and related species.  The fungi called [...]

Shyne Barrow Supports John Saldivar for U.D.P. Leadership

The U.D.P. Leadership convention is four months away and is to be held in February 2020 at the Civic Center. Deputy Prime Patrick Faber and Minister John Saldivar are the [...]

World Maritime Expo Day with the Belize Port Authority

The Belize Port Authority held its maritime educational expo today at its headquarters at mile four on the George Price Highway. The event featured speeches, an award ceremony and several [...]