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P.U.P. Calls for the Resignation of PG Town Councillor Moses Cal

The People’s United Party has called for the immediate removal of one of its own, following a domestic incident involving P.U.P. councillor Moses Cal, a member of the Punta Gorda [...]

PM Briceño: No Tolerance for Gender-Based Violence

So what’s the future of Cal in the People’s United Party? As a party and government, the P.U.P. says it has absolutely no room for any form of domestic violence. [...]

Rado vs. Marconi Leal Jr. is Not a Matter for Cabinet – P.M. Briceño

Transport Minister Rodwell Ferguson wrote to C.E.O. Marconi Leal Junior recently, informing him that all financial transactions exceeding five thousand dollars require his expressed approval, effective February twenty-third.  On Friday, [...]

Opposition Leader Says Health Budget Should Take Priority in General Revenue Appropriation Bill 2023/2024

Prime Minister John Briceño is scheduled to present the General Revenue Appropriation Bill for fiscal year 2023/2024 on Friday. P.M. Briceño is on record stating that this year’s budget will [...]

“Free Education Will Not Happen”, Says Opposition Leader

The Opposition Leader also spoke on the education budget, criticizing the Briceño administration’s commitment to free education as an unattainable objective. He says the 2023/2024 budget should instead provide more [...]

Increments will be Returned to Teachers and Public Officers

It’s official, teachers and public officers will be receiving their annual increments as of April first, at the start of the new fiscal calendar.  The decision to remove controls on [...]

U.D.P. Supports B.S.C.F.A.’s Call for Commission of Inquiry into Finances of A.S.R./B.S.I.

Leader of the Opposition, Moses “Shyne” Barrow marched in solidarity with members of the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association during a protest in Belmopan on Tuesday. He was there with [...]

Special Envoy: Predatory Behaviour by Teachers on Students Should Not Be Ignored

Not long ago, news surfaced of a high school teacher who had sent indecent WhatsApp messages to one of his students. It resulted in the girl’s parents transferring her to [...]

Moses “Shyne” Barrow Hope of Becoming Belize’s Next Prime Minister Lives

Moses “Shyne” Barrow will lead the United Democratic Party into the next general elections. That is, at least for now, the understanding he has been able to reach with the [...]

Political Parties Begin Preparation for Municipal Elections 2024

Municipal elections are one year away and the major political parties are already in the process of determining their respective slates. News Five caught up with P.U.P. Chairman Henry Charles [...]

B.D.F Captain Allegedly Assaults Lieutenant; B.D.F Investigates

A Belize Defense Force captain finds himself in all kinds of trouble with his job and with the law after he allegedly assaulted a lieutenant in the force. The incident [...]

B.D.F Commandant: Sarstoon Flare-Ups Have Waned; F.O.B To Be Repaired

As Belize prepares to present its case to the International Court of Justice at the Peace Palace in The Hague, flare-ups along the Sarstoon River, usually caused by Guatemalan military [...]

B.D.F. Keeping Chiquibul Clear of Narco Cattles

Meanwhile, operations in the Chiquibul have also been uneventful, as far as confrontations with Guatemalan civilians go. The B.D.F continues to work along with the F.C.D to keep illegal intrusions [...]

B.D.F Making Positive Strides to Help Suicidal Soldiers

The Belize Defense Force lost two of its soldiers to suicide in a matter of months last year, and a subsequent assessment of its enrollment yielded that a significant percentage [...]

Belize City Couple Cries Foul Over Demolished City Property

This afternoon, a Belize City couple arrived at the residence they have been occupying for the past four years to a demolition crew tearing apart the concrete structure with most [...]

Delay in Acquiring Belizean Nationality Certificate for Daughter Leaves Belizean Family Stuck in Taiwan

A Belizean couple living in Taiwan is tonight making a public plea for assistance after trying for almost two years to acquire their two-year-old daughter’s Belizean nationality certificate from the [...]

An Update on Meeting the UNCAC Requirements

Campaign financing legislation continues to be an issue proposed by the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry. But will it be tabled under the Briceño administration? It falls within the [...]

B.D.F Women Officers and Soldiers Celebrated on International Women’s Day

Today was celebrated globally as International Women’s Day with the theme: Embrace Equity. To coincide with the occasion, a luncheon was held at the Belize Defense Force headquarters at Price [...]

Celebrate Women’s Day with Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

And on Saturday, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at is hosting a Women’s Day activity here in Belize City where a variety of services will be provided free of cost to women [...]