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Minister Musa Responds to Peyrefitte

On Tuesday, the United Democratic Party called for the heads of Minister of Home Affairs Kareem Musa and his C.E.O. Kevin Arthur, citing that the crime rate is up. Former [...]

Minister Musa Concerned about Murders of Minors

While only ninety murders have been recorded so far for 2021, it has not been a good year for minors. In fact, nine young people under eighteen years of age [...]

Minister Breaks Silence on Police-involved Drug Plane Landing

During an interview with the media corps this morning, Home Affairs Minister Kareem Musa broke his silence on the recent plane landing in southern Belize in Bladen Village which involved [...]

COST Unit Disbanded; Anyone Can Be a Suspect

Minister Musa revealed today that the Belize Police Department has received court permission to access four cell phones recovered from the scene of the drug plane landing November fourth. The [...]

Youth Killed in Mahogany Heights

Violence continues in Mahogany Heights.  Today, a gunman shot seventeen-year-old Camron Hernandez, who later died from his injuries at the Western Regional Hospital.  Hernandez was reportedly en-route to a bus [...]

Officer Involved in Laddie Gillett Shooting Challenges Dismissal

Corporal Kareem Martinez was dismissed from the Belize Police Department a few weeks ago in connection with the shooting death of fourteen-year-old Laddie Gillett.  But Martinez is taking the Police [...]

Dia de la Raza Out: Indigenous People’s Resistance Day In

First it was Columbus Day – which last year was removed from the 2021 calendar of public and bank holidays. Then two weeks ago, the list of holidays for 2022 [...]

Belize Bank’s E-kyash App Catching On

Just a few weeks ago, the Belize Bank introduced its E-Kyash feature with a press conference and live demonstrations. Since then, more and more vendors are adding this form of [...]

Incoming K.H.M.H. Workers Union President to Fight for Employee Pensions

Employees of Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital are all considered essential workers on the frontline in the fight against COVID-19.  Since the beginning of the pandemic in early 2020, the staff [...]

First Order of Business is to Complete a CBA

The K.H.M.H. Workers Union is also in the process of formulating a Collective Bargaining Agreement with the management of the hospital authority to negotiate salaries and working conditions for employees [...]

Man 2 Man Forum Looks at Marriage and Men’s Roles

Topics that affect women are usually what make it to the fore of roundtable discussions, but today there was a shift in that focus to men. It falls in tandem [...]

C.C.J. Rules on G.A. Roe & Sons Stamp Duty Case

This morning in Port of Spain, Trinidad, the C.C.J. bench ruled in favor of G.A. Roe and Sons Limited in an appeals case involving the Commissioner of Stamps.  The matter [...]

COP26 Wrap Up: Belize Secures Seats at the Decision-Making Level

After two weeks of negotiations at three different levels at the COP26, the Glasgow Package was released. It chronicled the agreements as well as pledges of over a hundred countries [...]

Building the Capacity of the National Fire Service

From the Conference of the Parties in the U.K. to Virginia, U.S.A.  Minister Orlando Habet and C.E.O. Doctor Kenrick Williams are with the Belize Heroes organization looking at ways to [...]

Bereaved Family Says “Thank You” to Doctor Who Responded to Accident

A doctor is being praised for the heroic work she did at an accident scene last week. Doctor Sloane Gill was on her way to Belmopan when she encountered the [...]