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John Saldivar Faces the Media on Corruption Allegations

This afternoon in Belize City, former Belmopan Area Representative John Saldivar broke his silence, following a lengthy absence from facing the media.  The erstwhile Minister of National Security convened a [...]

Saldivar Says He is Prepared to Fight to the Bitter End

Designation aside, Saldivar’s political future hangs in the balance.  The defeated politician is offering himself as a candidate in an upcoming U.D.P. convention where he is running against several others, [...]

Saldivar Says He is Focused Mainly on Winning Belmopan Convention

Can embattled politician John Saldivar mount a legitimate legal challenge against the United States government and what would it take for him to be successful in court?  It’s a question [...]

Saldivar Defends Private Use of Coast Guard Vessel, But Admits Personal Error

John Saldivar, during his time with the media this afternoon, also spoke about the use of the coast guard vessel, under his tenure as Minister of National Security, to ferry [...]

Mental Health Association Speaks Up After Deadly Francis Ramos Shooting

The Mental Health Association has issued a statement in the wake of Wednesday’s deadly officer-involved shooting that claimed the life of forty-eight-year-old Francis Ramos Junior, an individual who had been [...]

Orange Walk Resident Beaten with Metal Bat, Survives Attack

An Orange Walk resident is admitted at the Northern Regional Hospital tonight, after he was struck multiple times to the head and abdomen with a metal bat just after eight [...]

Belizean American Businessman Gone Missing, Family Worried

A missing person bulletin has been issued for a Belizean American businessman who has not been seen or heard from since Tuesday afternoon. Sixty-six-year-old Owen Tucker Senior was last seen [...]

Belize Rural South Area Rep Says Weekend Murder Does Not Represent What San Pedro Is

On Monday, we brought you the story of the robbery and murder of San Pedro businessman, Elvis Polanco, a father of four, including a four-year-old daughter. While police were quick [...]

New Cement Bridge in San Pedro Should Be Ready By Easter

The new cement bridge that connects both sides of San Pedro Town in Boca del Rio should be ready for use by Easter. The crossing was deemed necessary after the [...]

Discussing Energy Access in Belize

An Energy Access workshop was held in Belize City on Wednesday to highlight the implementation of best practices in Belize while developing concrete steps in mainstreaming energy indicators.  The development [...]

Providing Electricity to Remote Communities in Southern Belize

The Ministry of Public Utilities, Energy, Logistics and Transportation is working closely with the European Union to install micro-grids in five villages in southern Belize that are without access to [...]

National Energy Policy Moves to Second Round of Public Consultations

The Government of Belize is in the process of updating its National Energy Policy 2011, with technical assistance from the European Union. The exercise has, to date, resulted in the [...]

B.E.L. Chairman Discuss Distributive Generation and Its Pricing Formula  

As you heard, the National Energy Policy 2023 will seek to integrate distributive generation within the country’s power grid. This is also a topic that was raised at a Public [...]

Government Energy Director on Seismic Testing: Information is Power

Ryan Cobb, the Energy Director at the Ministry of Energy, was also asked about the advantages of seismic testing, when we caught up with him today. With reports that the [...]

Concerns Raised During First Session of People’s Constitution Commission Meeting

The inaugural meeting of the People’s Constitution Commission took place today at the House of Culture in Belize, but from the get-go, there were concerns raised by some of the [...]

C.C.J. Academy of Law Brings Referral Workshop to Belize Judiciary

In January of 2021, The Government of Belize announced that it had sued the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean Court of Justice over an alleged breach of [...]

New Supreme Court Justices to be Appointed; the Bar Records Disappointment with Courthouse Neglect

According to the President of the Bar Association, Senior Counsel Andrew Marshalleck, the Judicial and Legal Services Commission is already in the process of making appointments to fill vacant posts [...]

Cayo Resident Wins $50K from Scratch & Win

There is a fifty-thousand-dollar Scratch and Win winner from the Cayo District tonight.  Today, Luis made his way over to our office on Coney Drive, along with Scratch and Win [...]