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PM Briceño Comments on Controversial Definitive Agreement with Portico

Prime Minister John Briceño returned to the country today and was met at the PGIA by a group of reporters armed with questions about the controversial Definitive Agreement with Portico [...]

Will the P.U.P. investigate Erwin Contreras?

Will the Briceño Administration launch a full investigation into Erwin Contreras and his decision to sign the Definitive Agreement with Portico Enterprises Limited? As we have been reporting, the former U.D.P. [...]

“They Can’t Be Pontius Pilate” – Henry Charles Usher

This morning on Open Your Eyes, Cabinet Minister Henry Charles Usher also chimed in on the conversation surrounding the definitive agreement.  He dissected the document from various perspectives, including its [...]

P.B.L. Holds Steady, No Compensation for Stevedores at This Time

The Port of Belize Limited has remained mum in a matter involving the Christian Workers Union, regarding compensation for stevedores who claim that they lost significant wages when A.S.R./B.S.I. transferred [...]

C.W.U. Doesn’t Fall Under Trade Unions Act

A decision on preliminary question of law regarding a claim brought against the Christian Workers Union by the Port of Belize Limited has been delivered by the High Court.  In [...]

Is Briceño Administration Considering Nationalizing Port of Belize?

And in related news, Prime Minister John Briceño was asked if his government is considering nationalizing the Port of Belize. That discussion was first brought up during an interview with [...]

Woman Executed in Cayo; Police Look for Persons of Interest

The execution-style murder of thirty-one-year-old Mirza Morales on Saturday night in El Progresso Village, Cayo, has police seeking several persons of interest. Individuals whom they believe were involved in a [...]

ComPol Says Imari Galvez’s Family Is Holding Back Useful Information

It has been two weeks since the murder of Imari Galvez in the Cayo District. The nineteen-year-old’s body was discovered off the Hummingbird Highway three days after she went missing. [...]

Guinea Grass Resident Found Dead on Farm

There is a death investigation taking place in Orange Walk after a man was found dead on his farm in the Camp One area of Shipyard. Thirty-seven-year-old Hipolito Humes Junior [...]

Two Guards Wounded by Thieves at the Michael Finnegan Market

Two security guards who are employed by the Belize City Council are recuperating from injuries they suffered when three thieves pounced on them.  The incident happened overnight on Thursday, while [...]

Minor Stabs Minor in Broad Daylight

A teenager was stabbed in the vicinity of the Pound Yard Bridge on Saturday and the alleged perpetrator is another male minor. The incident followed an argument between the two [...]

An Update on Belize Government Lotteries Limited

The Briceño administration has registered Belize Government Lotteries Limited, the company that will soon administer lotteries in the country. The day-to-day functioning of B.G.G.L. will be overseen by a managing [...]

Henry Charles Usher Wants Belizeans to Benefit from Boledo

Henry Charles Usher also weighed in on the Boledo conversation during his appearance on Open Your Eyes this morning. Usher argued that while the former administrators of the Boledo and [...]

PM Briceño Responds to K.H.M.H.A. Union

The Briceño administration’s ninety million dollar plan to build a new health facility in Belmopan has been criticized, particularly by the K.H.M.H. Workers Union. The shortage of medical personnel at [...]

PM Briceño Delivers Keynote Address in Regional Summit in South Korea

As we stated earlier, Prime Minister John Briceño returned to the country today after attending the  World Climate Industry Expo ─ Leaders’ Summit in Busan, South Korea, where he delivered the keynote [...]

Patrick Faber is Endorsed as U.D.P. Collet Standard Bearer

Five-time Area Representative Patrick Faber has been endorsed by the United Democratic Party as standard bearer for the Collet constituency.  On Saturday, the National Party Council met and, in a [...]

Winston Smiling, P.U.P. Stalwart and Well-known Businessman Passes

People’s United Party stalwart and businessman Winston Smiling passed away over the weekend. In his formative years, Smiling worked side by side with George Price, the Father of the Nation. [...]

H.R.C.U. Annual General Meeting 2023

On Saturday, Holy Redeemer Credit Union held its annual general meeting at the Belize City Civic Center. Thousands of member-owners of the credit union came out to the A.G.M. to [...]

Cancer Walk 2023

The annual cancer walk in Belize City took place over the weekend. Hundreds of persons threw on their sneakers and headed to the Marion Jones Sporting Complex. For a second [...]

Wonder Woman Competition Returns

The Belize Coast Guard officially kicked off its Wonder Woman Competition today at its base in Belize City. The three-day event will see women from across the Belize Coast Guard [...]

B.E.B.L. Is In Playoffs Mode, Stann Creek Claims U-20 Men’s Championship

Goodnight and welcome to another edition of Sports Monday, I am Paul Lopez.  We are now in week four of the William Dawson Sprite/Digi Youth Basketball Tournament 2023. This week’s [...]