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Ian Jones to be Endorsed as U.D.P. Candidate for Collet

It’s official, Patrick Faber is no longer running for the United Democratic Party in Collet, after five terms of representing that constituency in parliament. A letter written to the former [...]

Ian Jones: A New Vision for Collet

Jones, who is now employed by the Football Federation of Belize, continues to explain the steps that he took in respect of the application process. He also describes the existing [...]

Why Pact of Bogota? P.M. Briceño Explains

The inclusion of Honduras as a third party in Belize’s case against Guatemala that has been lodged in the International Court of Justice, has been a talking point since the [...]

Briceño Administration Reinstates Allowances for C.E.O.s & H.O.D.s

The Public Service Union is up in arms today, having received a copy of a circular memorandum for the reinstatement of full allowances for C.E.O.s and heads of departments. The [...]

P.S.U. Up in Arms over Increased Allowance for C.E.O.s

P.S.U. President Dean Flowers says that the prime minister is attempting to mislead and deceive the nation because C.E.O.s under the Briceño administration never made a sacrifice and are now [...]

P.S.U. Demands that Increments are Unfrozen

The union president says that it is a matter that will now be taken to the P.S.U. membership with a plan of action to determine a mandate going forward because [...]

Prime Minister Briceño Addressed K.H.M.H. Crisis

Last night, we brought you full coverage of the crisis at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. As we reported, the K.H.M.H. Workers Union called a press conference to air their [...]

P.M. Supports C.I.B.L. Job Creation Efforts

Prime Minister Briceño also responded to a question about the ongoing investigation into monies seized at the Caribbean International Brewery Limited. He sought to make it clear that he had [...]

I.M.F. Celebrates Belize’s Economic Recovery Says P.M. Briceño

Representatives of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are currently in Belize. According to Prime Minister Briceño, the I.M.F. is impressed with the progress that Belize’s economy has made over the [...]

Prime Minister John Briceño Speaks on Sugar Impasse

This week, the sugar impasse between the differing parties – the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association and American Sugar Refinery/Belize Sugar Industries Limited was centre stage again. Last evening, you [...]

Prime Minister Says Agreement Has to Be Fair to Both Sides

The Prime Minister said that the key to solving the standoff is to be able to guide them to reaching an agreement that will be fair to the cane farmers, [...]

Cabinet Ministers Bust Travel Budget

Prime Minister John Briceño is now telling his Cabinet ministers to find their own funding if they want to travel to official international events. And, for those government officials that [...]

Cabinet Approves Modernization of Recruitment & Promotion System in Public Service

Earlier this week, cabinet approved a proposal by the Ministry of the Public Service, Constitutional and Political Reform and Religious Affairs to modernize the recruitment and promotion system and to revamp [...]

Eruption Club Owners are Arraigned; Now Out on Bail

On Wednesday, we reported that Eruption Nightclub owners were formally arrested and charged late that evening for “admitting a person under the age of eighteen” to enter their nightclub. Well [...]

Revisiting the Ancient Maya World at Xunantunich

The Xunantunich Archaeological Site has been among Belize’s favourite tourist attractions, particularly because of the splendor that one experiences when they ascend atop El Castillo – the tallest ancient building [...]