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“Only the People Can Save the People” – the N.T.U.C.B. to Take to the Streets

The ten unions of the National Trade Union Congress of Belize have not taken to the streets for years, but this Thursday, their presence will be felt in Belize City [...]

Angel Cahueque is Executed Outside His House in Corozal Town

There were two separate murders in the north and west. There hasn’t been a murder in Corozal since February second, but all that changed on Tuesday night when a resident [...]

Robert Nunez Found Dead After Being Reported Missing

In San Ignacio, a family’s worst fears were confirmed. Robert Nunez left his house on Sunday morning; he crossed the border heading to Melchor and later on that same day, [...]

John Saldivar is Still a U.D.P.

Turning to the issue that has been dominating the news since the start of the year… What is the future of disgraced politician John Saldivar with the United Democratic Party, [...]

Peyre Says He’s Not Replacing ‘Sista B’ in Queen Square

On the issue of internal politics within the U.D.P., we asked the chairman, who lost to Phillip Willoughby two years ago at a convention in Port Loyola, if he will [...]

D.P.P.’s Lawsuit Against Chief Justice Heard

There is an unprecedented case before the courts involving the Director of Public Prosecutions. While serving as the President of the Bar Association, Cheryl-Lynn Vidal was ousted from meetings held [...]

Bar Association Confident with Case Against the Chief Justice

The Chief Justice’s position on the matter is that there is a constitutional conflict for Vidal to be both the Director of Public Prosecution and the President of the Bar [...]

Bar Association Ask Court to Declare Commission’s Decision Unconstitutional

The Bar, according to Marshalleck, is asking the court to rule that the decisions that the commission took over the past two years are unconstitutional and should be reversed. He [...]

Accused Murderers are Freed of Charge

A trio of men, accused in the murder of Raheem Requeña in December 2012, is freed of the charge tonight. The case against Kenneth Barrow, Jermaine Garnett and Keshawn Gentle [...]

Santi Predicts Endorsement of Patrick Faber for New U.D.P. Leader

As we reported earlier, the United Democratic Party meets Thursday morning in Belmopan where the prime minister will attempt to chart a new course, following the turbulent headwinds that the [...]

P.U.P. Plans for Reform

The recent scandals in the United Democratic Party has reigniting the conversation and call from the public for better governance structures and practices.  Today, in an interview on Open Your [...]

The P.U.P. on Campaign Finance Reform

As we reported earlier in the newscast, on Thursday, the unions will take to the streets in protest having submitted six urgent demands to the government in the fight against [...]

Redistricting Needed, but Not So Close to a General Election

There is a case before the courts brought by the Belize Peace Movement and joined by Lord Michael Ashcroft against the government on the issue of redistricting. There are thirty-one [...]

Construction Workers Fall off Scaffold

Two construction workers this morning fell from a twenty feet high scaffold. It happened at a construction site on Queen Street Belize City. The men were working on what in [...]

More Safety Measures to be Implemented for Construction Workers

According to Arana, since the Downtown Rejuvenation Project commenced four years ago, this is the first major incident that occurred. He says that safety measures for the workers will be [...]

House of Culture and Downtown Rejuvenation Project 80% Completed

The House of Culture and Downtown Rejuvenation Project is being financed by the Government of Belize and the Taiwan International Cooperation and Development Fund.  Project Director John Arana says that major [...]

Michael “Chips” Norales, the New Deputy of Belize CitCo

There is a new deputy mayor for Belize City. He is Michael “Chip” Norales, who was elected at the recent caucus of the council and will work side by side [...]

An Electrical Fire Displaced 25 Persons in Seine Bight

Fire officials say that electrical overload is the cause of the fire that left twenty-five persons without a home. Shortly after two on Tuesday afternoon, Placencia fire-fighters were called out [...]

Hattieville Fire Caused by Unattended Cooking on the Stove

Just after that fire started in Seine Bight, another was reported in Hattieville around two-thirty on Tuesday afternoon.  Three small structures were destroyed by the time firefighters arrived on the [...]

Dylan Needs Your Help!

A young mother is seeking the public’s help with medical expenses. Dylan Ysaguirre, a tour guide and entrepreneur, is temporarily paralyzed. It’s caused by a rare disease that has left [...]