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John Saldivar Can No Longer Run as a Candidate for U.D.P.

It’s official, John Saldivar can no longer run for the United Democratic Party as a candidate for the Belmopan constituency. That’s the decision taken against the embattled politician today, after [...]

Shyne Fully Supports Special Committee’s Decision on Saldivar

According to the Leader of the Opposition, the decision to bar Saldivar’s candidacy follows a carefully thought out process during which the seven-member special committee contemplated what’s right for the [...]

Will Saldivar Relinquish Post as Coordinator Within the U.D.P.?

Affording the beleaguered politician an opportunity at due process is something that Shyne Barrow says he had to support since he, too, sees the importance in offering a fair chance [...]

John Saldivar Responds to Special Committee’s Decision

This afternoon, Saldivar issued a statement indicating that he does intend to challenge the decision of the U.D.P.’s special committee.  The release reads, “I have been informed of the decision [...]

Dean Barrow on SC’s Decision, “Politically it was sensible.”

Former Prime Minister and U.D.P. Party Leader Dean Barrow also weighed in on the decision taken against Saldivar today.  While the esteemed attorney conceded that the proceedings were not done [...]

Scandal After Scandal, U.D.P.’s Image Continues to Take a Serious Hit

While the image of the United Democratic Party has been tarnished to a certain degree since 2020 in the wake of two leadership conventions that were held that year, as [...]

Corozal Student Passes Seven Weeks after Ranchito Village R.T.A.  

Seventeen-year-old Jaheem Williams, a student from Corozal, has passed away. Natticia Williams received the tragic news of her son’s passing this morning. He has been fighting for his life for [...]

Mentally Ill Patient Left Homeless Following House Fire

A wooden structure was completely destroyed by fire this afternoon on St. Joseph Street in Belize City. The fire began around two-thirty and quickly engulfed the home. By the time [...]

Sacred Heart Junior College Assists with Hurricane Relief

It has been a month since Hurricane Lisa ravaged the Belize District and, despite an outpouring of humanitarian assistance in the wake of that natural disaster, efforts are still being [...]

Misty Michael Sues B.T.B. and Wins

The Belize Tourism Board has to shell out over two hundred thousand dollars in another wrongful termination case, this one brought by former director Misty Michael who was dismissed shortly [...]

Disability Awareness Week 2022 Parade in Belize City

“Meaningful Inclusion Matters”, that is theme for this year’s Disability Awareness Week 2022. And to bring to a close a week of awareness activities, a parade was organized through the [...]

Minister of Human Development to Present Cabinet Paper to Address Homelessness/Mental Illness  

The Mental Health Association today wrote to Mayor Bernard Wagner regarding recent comments he made about institutional solutions to mental health issues. In its release, the association states that while [...]

International Organizations Welcome Government’s Extension of Amnesty Program

The government announced, following its November twenty-ninth Cabinet meeting that it had decided to approve a three-month extension to the current amnesty program. This gives irregular migrants who want to [...]

Spanish Explorer Docks in Belize aboard His Nine-foot Long Jet Ski

A Spanish explorer from the Royal Academy of the Sea, who has spent the last two years navigating the high seas aboard a nine-foot-long jet ski, has stopped in Belize [...]

Blue Economy Climate Resilience Forum Ends With Blue Fair

The blue economy is an emerging sector in Belize and the Ministry of Blue Economy is investing in increasing awareness on the opportunities that exist within this sector. A two-day [...]

San Pedro Opens Marketing & Development Outlet for Local Producers

Everyone knows that prices of goods are not their cheapest in San Pedro, simply because it is a top tourism destination. So even the price of a regular plate of rice [...]

Inspiration Centre Launches 2023 Calendar

The Inspiration Centre today launched its 2023 Calendar – marking the eighth year that the centre has produced a calendar. The centre’s Executive Director, Joycelyn Lopez explained that their calendar [...]

The Sound of Christmas: The Salvation Army Kettle Appeal Bell

Sabreena Daly continued her search for a bright side this holiday season and found it in the works of people we walk pass in the month of December. They’re stationed [...]