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Anti-Shyne Faction Fails to Trigger Recall Convention

A concerted effort by a dissenting minority within the United Democratic Party to unseat Mesopotamia Area Representative Shyne Barrow as leader, has fallen flat, after failing completely to produce the [...]

U.D.P. Chairman Says Vetting Process was Thorough and Free of Bias

The vetting of the signatures was a process that was overseen by U.D.P. Secretary General Juliet Thimbrel, along with Chairman Michael Peyrefitte.  According to the presiding officer of the United [...]

Should There be a Referendum on Honduras’ Sapodilla Cayes Claim?

The Special Sitting of the Senate on October twenty-fourth, unveiled new developments in Belize’s case that is presently before the International Court of Justice. The age-old territorial dispute with Guatemala [...]

What Does Pact of Bogota Mean to Belize’s I.C.J. Case?

This afternoon, Lead U.D.P. Senator Michael Peyrefitte also opined on the issue, acknowledging that the argument that would be brought before the court does have value, based on the American [...]

Belize Coast Guard Explains Strategic Importance of Sapodilla Cayes

The Belize Coast Guard has maintained a law enforcement presence at Sapodilla Caye Range with a forward operating base at Hunting Caye.  Notwithstanding the geopolitical issue at play between Belize, [...]

Calvin Palma is Murdered on Curl Thompson Street, Belize City

There was a murder recorded on Monday night in the Jane Usher Boulevard area of Belize City. That community has been relatively quiet, but around six-thirty p.m., gunshots echoed across [...]

Coast Guard Officer Emmanuel McFadzean is Charged for Arson

Thirty-year-old coast guard officer Emmanuel McFadzean was arraigned earlier today on three counts of arson, following a fire on Saturday night that completely destroyed a coast guard patrol boat.  This [...]

Thieves Attempt to Break Into B.H.S.

The Belize High School has been getting some unwanted attention. Thieves attempted to break into an office on the high school’s compound. This incident happened over the weekend. Fortunately, they [...]

B.S.C.F.A. to A.S.R./B.S.I.: Show Us the Documents! A.S.R./B.S.I.: What Documents?

It’s less than two months to the opening of the next sugar crop and there is still an impasse between the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association and American Sugar Refinery/Belize [...]

The Many Issues Surrounding Sugar in the North

Today, the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association went at length to explain the issues it has with A.S.R/B.S.I. It’s the same concerns that have remained on the negotiating table even [...]

Another Late Start to Sugar Crop Anticipated This Year

The last sugar crop opened late and translated into some losses for cane farmers. The reason was twofold. There was inclement weather and also, there was only one mill operating [...]

Culture Tuesday: Cuban Culture Intersecting Belizean Culture

This week’s Culture Tuesday feature is all about Cuban culture. We will take a closer look at some of the similarities between Belizean and Cuban music, food, and visual arts. [...]

Belize High School Robotics Team Visit With Cabinet

One week after the Belize High School Robotics Team returned home with gold from the First Global Challenge in Geneva, Switzerland, they met with Prime Minister John Briceño and his [...]

The Winners of the Belize National Tourism Awards 2022

On Saturday night inside the Caribbean Motors Showroom, stakeholders in the tourism industry gathered for a night of recognition, as the Belize Tourism Board hosted its annual tourism awards.  The [...]