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Leaked Phone Conversation Reveals Shady Actions for Voters’ Transfers

It was the last day for voter transfers before the next general elections so today; there was a frenzy of activities across the country to get voters registered in new [...]

Last Day of Transfers Has Political Parties in Overdrive

Still on the issue of transfers, cases of suspect transfer of voters are challenged in court by opposing political representatives. The problem lies with verification of addresses; this is to [...]

Shyne Barrow – He Will Run for Office on November 4th

The Prime Minister’s son and U.D.P.’s Standard Bearer for Mesopotamia, Shyne Barrow appears to have let the cat out of the bag.  In a video recording, Shyne is heard saying [...]

Minister Aragon Says He is Not One to Follow Gossip

Shyne Barrow has been in a privileged position and may know more than the U.D.P. ministers because today we asked Minister Elodio Aragon Junior about the specific date for general [...]

OJ Elrington Says November 4th is a Convenient Date

And while Elodio Aragon Junior is not listening to the noises to the noises in the market,   Orson OJ Elrington says that November fourth is a convenient date. Elrington will [...]

Last Call for Voter Transfers, Thousands Line Up Across the Country

Here in Belize City, the machineries of the two major political parties made a last big push to get voters on the list for the general elections due in November. [...]

COVID-19 Cases Soars over 1,000!

Belize’s COVID-19 cases have jumped dramatically the one thousand mark. To close the month of August,  =the number of confirmed cases stands at one thousand and seven, which means cases [...]

13th COVID-19 Death is Belize City Woman in her Fifties

Over the weekend, a thirteenth patient died from COVID-19 related complications. DHS Doctor Marvin Manzanero says that the Belize City resident was intubated for more than two weeks at the [...]

Can Rapid Tests Be Used for Mass Testing in Belize?

Last week Friday, Prime Minister Dean Barrow announced that Belize will be using the Abbot Rapid Test which will be rolled out for the P.G.I.A. reopening on October first.  Today, [...]

Another Multimillion Dollars Judgment Handed Down Against Sanctuary Bay Defendants

The Sanctuary Bay saga was back before the U.S. courts late last week.  A default judgment was entered on August twenty-eight in the U.S. District Court of Maryland by Justice [...]

No Charges for Minister Pablo Marin

Health Minister Pablo Marin shot and killed a man last week. Suspected burglar Arkel Matura was caught burglarizing the Minister’s house in Corozal on Thursday night. Matura was shot twice by [...]

Cop Charged for Kidnapping Girlfriend

A cop has been placed on interdiction pending the outcome of a kidnapping case in the south. Police Constable Dwayne Sutherland Junior, not to be confused with the Commander of [...]

19-Year-Old Charged with Unlawful Sexual Intercourse Gets Bail

Also in the local courts, a man charged with Unlawful Sexual Intercourse with a minor received bail on Friday.  He is Edras Ville Bran. His bail was also for ten [...]

Woman Charged for Attempted Murder of Husband’s Cousin

In Belize City, a woman has been charged for the attempted murder of her husband’s cousin. On August twenty-seventh, a fight between a pair of cousins on Nurse White Street [...]

Chopping in San Jose Village

A man is hospitalized at the Northern Regional Hospital after he was the victim of a brutal attack on Sunday morning in San Jose Village in Orange Walk. Jonathan Juchim [...]

55 Voters Are Disallowed from Transferring to Belmopan

Earlier we told you about voters transfer in Orange Walk and Belize City. The situation in Belmopan is no different. As you know, three candidates are making their bid for [...]

Campaigning in Belmopan During COVID-19

Up to July tenth, eight thousand and forty voters are registered for the Belmopan division; about four hundred registrations that have been challenged and are before the courts. And at [...]

Belize Monitors a West-Ward Moving Tropical Wave

The National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) and the National Meteorological Services of Belize are monitoring a westward-moving tropical wave that is located over the eastern Caribbean Sea just west of [...]

San Pedranos are Calling for a “Change for San Pedro”

Frustration and desperation have given rise to a new movement in San Pedro Town. It’s called “Change for San Pedro” and it champions the concerns of the residents who remain [...]

BHS Participates in Annual First Global Challenge Virtually

The FIRST Global Challenge is an annual Olympics-style robotics competition that promotes education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, as well as careers for youths.  The challenge was hosted in [...]

Mystery Flight to Belize Unraveled

The mystery flight that landed in Belize several weeks ago, whose passenger was being investigated by PM Barrow, has been unraveled.  After causing such a stir, it turns out, that [...]

No Postponement of Elections Despite Increase in COVID-19 Cases

As you heard earlier in the newscast, November fourth is touted as the date for the general elections. So there is no postponement or deferral of the upcoming general elections, [...]

Miss Belmopan Wins National Queen of the Bay

The delegate representing Belmopan will be crowed as the new Queen of the Bay. The pageant took place on Saturday night; five young ladies competed in the seventy-fifth edition of [...]