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P.S.U. Says It Will Not Be Moved From Hilltop H.Q.

There is more tonight from the Public Service Union in respect of its former Hilltop property. The union says it will not be moved from its Hilltop headquarters in Belmopan.  [...]

P.S.U. Says it’s Fighting for “What Rightly Belongs to Us”

Henry says that the P.S.U. has hired the services of Courtenay Coye LLP and the documents should be filed before October thirty-first. He says that the union will not vacate [...]

2 Camalote Residents Injured in Roaring Creek Accident

A resident from Camalote is in critical, but stable condition tonight at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital after he was severely injured during an accident on the George Price Highway. [...]

Vasquez Family Issued Release on Decision of Police Tribunal

Last week, Commissioner of Police Chester Williams indicated that Sergeant Shawn Walton and Constables Edward Pitterson and Bernard Cayetano are being recommended for dismissal from the force, resulting from the [...]

IMF Provides Initial Report on Belize’s Economic Performance

The latest IMF report, though in preliminary stages, says that while economic recovery is underway, the pace is slowing. It reports heightened spending on wages and public investment and weaker [...]

Belize and the Region Tackle the Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease

Turning to a grave issue endangering the eco-system… Coral reefs world-wide are under pressure from a number of threats—climate change, pollution, coastal development, invasive species and even diseases. But about [...]

High Level of Coral Bleaching Detected; Warmer Temperatures Responsible

As you heard, the coral reef monitoring team is working with regional partners to learn more about the stony coral tissue loss disease. But that is just one problem that [...]

Fragments of Hope Restoring Belize’s Coral Reef

And on the topic of coral reef health, the Fragments of Hope has been working in several sites for many more years to re-seed devastated reef with resilient and diverse [...]

P.S.U. President Says “We Felt a Bit Disrespected”

In August, P.S.U. President Gerald Henry completed the first three weeks of his countrywide familiarization tour. Henry met with public services across the country, in government departments in every district. [...]

M.O.H. Providing Worst Environment for Public Officers

Earlier today when we caught up with the P.S.U. president, we asked him about his recently concluded tour nationwide.  President Gerald Henry visited government ministries and spoke to dozens of [...]

P.S.U. President Says G.O.B. Needs to Spend Monies on Hospitals

According to Henry, the government needs to prioritize its spending more appropriately to areas where it is urgently needed such as health.   Gerald Henry, President, P.S.U. “I always point [...]

Jamal Elijio’s Killers Remain at Large

Police are tonight still investigating a shooting in Belize City last Thursday during which three men were injured, one of whom passed away on Sunday at the K.H.M.H.   It is [...]

2 Belize City Men Plead Guilty to Burglary

Two maintenance workers caught on surveillance camera were sent to jail after they pleaded guilty to the burglary of a warehouse on Queen Street, Belize City. Sometime between last Thursday [...]

An Elderly Man is Sentenced to 7 Years for Burglary

A sixty-one-year-old man, who was caught burglarizing a gift shop, learnt a lesson the hard way when he was convicted of burglary and sentenced to seven years behind bars, even [...]

The Belize Youth Movement Issues Release following Loan Write-Off to Joshua Perdomo

The government side of the House last Friday gave final approval to the write-off of forty thousand dollars to Joshua Perdomo, the son of the Cabinet Secretary. As soon as [...]

Season 4 of KTV Latino – the Twists and Curve Balls

You have asked and we heard so KTV Latino is back and with a bang. The show opens at eight-thirty from the Bliss tonight. A pool of ten singers with [...]

Network of N.G.O.s Weighs in on Pending Fisheries Bill

The Belize Network of N.G.O.s wants the government to address illegal, unreported and regulated fishing activities as a matter of national priority.  Government is particularly being urged to enact the [...]

Fisheries Admin says Fisheries Bill Cometh

The Belize Network of N.G.O.s is calling for the passage of a fisheries bill to put in place mechanisms to protect the industry and fisher folks.  We asked the Fisheries [...]

The Delayed Fisheries Bill – What Is In It?

So, why are conservationists and their partners clamouring for the bill to be passed? Well, they say that when passed and enacted, it means that there will be stronger enforcement [...]

Conch Season is Open!

The Fisheries Department says that they are ready for the new conch season. If you’ll recall the season was closed off two months early because the quota for the queen [...]

“Working Together to Prevent Suicide”

This week Belize joins the international community in raising importance of mental health. World Mental Health Day will be observed on Thursday under the theme “Working Together to Prevent Suicide”. [...]