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Following Collapsed Court Ceiling, Where Will Hearings be Held?

Today, normal court proceedings at the Public Building that houses all the Magistrates’ Courts, the cellblock, some of the Supreme Court chambers and offices had to be put on halt, [...]

Chief Magistrate Says No Records Were Damaged When the Ceiling Collapsed

The collapsed ceiling of the Magistrates’ Court building put a damper on the progress of the court’s operations with current cases, but it did not result in any losses of [...]

Samuel August Pleads Guilty to Killing His Son and Grandmother

A little over four years ago, a Belize City family was beset by tragedy when a distraught former in-law rammed a piece of heavy equipment into a home, killing a [...]

Former P.M. Dean Barrow Files Application for Judicial Review in $3.1 Million C.I.B.L. Case

Former Prime Minister Dean Barrow has launched an application for judicial review before the Supreme Court on behalf of his clients at the Caribbean International Brewery Limited, in Orange Walk [...]

Saldivar’s Fate to be Decided by U.D.P. Special Committee

Former Belmopan Area Representative John Saldivar was designated by the United States government as an individual who has been significantly corrupt in public life during his tenure as a minister [...]

When Will U.D.P. Throw in the Towel on John Saldivar?

It is no secret that Saldivar remains the subject of intense public scrutiny ever since grave allegations were made against him several years ago.  While he has never been tried [...]

What are Shyne’s Thoughts on the Allegations Against John Saldivar?  

Amid the weighty allegations that continue to loom over John Saldivar’s candidacy, his party leader was asked if he believes that Saldivar acted immorally or dishonestly during the three years [...]

President of the A.P.S.S.M. Says Discussions to Resume with Government on Increment Freeze

Earlier in our newscast, you heard from Chief Magistrate Sharon Fraser on the predicament she and her fellow lower court judges are faced with after the ceiling over courtrooms three, [...]

U.D.P. Joins NGO Community in Calling for Offshore Oil Referendum

Last Thursday, Senator Janelle Chanona, in her capacity as the Vice President of Oceana in Belize, launched a petition drive to trigger a referendum on offshore oil drilling.  On that [...]

Belize’s Commonwealth Youth Parliament Representatives Debate Remote Work Bill

The Eleventh Commonwealth Youth Parliament is underway in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. As we reported on Monday night, Belize has representation at the event. Young Leaders Alliance of [...]

Caye Caulker Village Receives Long-awaited Health Center

A one and a half million dollar health center has been erected on Caye Caulker. Residents and visitors of the village will now have access to primary healthcare services on [...]

Black Leg Disease Detected at Farm in Orange Walk

Every year, cattle and other farm animals face a number of potentially deadly diseases that can spread easily to other farms and cause significant losses to farmers. Last week, the [...]

The Public Utilities Commission – Regulating Electricity Rates

Today, the Public Utilities Commission of Belize held a media mixer at the Belize Biltmore Plaza Hotel on the methodology of setting electricity rates.  For many, the P.U.C. is dormant [...]

An Electricity Roadmap for Belize  

Ernesto Gomez is the Director of Tariff Compliance and Standards of the Public Utilities Commission. During the presentation, he told the media that in November of 2021, cabinet approved an [...]

Waste Water Management in Belize

The P.U.C. looks at where the country wants to be, in terms of improving the lives of the citizenry and the utility services being offered to achieve that.  In terms [...]

The Belize Bureau of Standards Launches CARICOM’s EELS Scheme

The Belize Bureau of Standards held a soft launch today for the Belize Energy Efficiency Labeling Scheme (BEELS). As a CARICOM member state, Belize was selected to participate in a [...]

Krismus Di Kohn! Great Deals Available

While the November nineteenth celebrations were underway, stores across Belize City and elsewhere had its version of “Black Friday” sales this past Saturday slashing prices on almost all products, including [...]