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Opposition Leader Criticizes PM Briceño Over Leaked Cabinet Paper

The Definitive Agreement between the Barrow administration and Portico Enterprises Limited back in October 2020, remains a hot button issue among parliamentarians on both sides of the floor.  On Monday, [...]

Why Hasn’t PM Briceño Sought to Challenge Definitive Agreement?

During his interview with reporters, Barrow made the point that Prime Minister Briceño has challenged the legality of several contracts entered into by the previous administration.  He found it curious [...]

Shyne’s Criticism of PM Briceño, Is It Smoke and Mirrors?

While Barrow has reserved choice words to describe the prime minister for presenting a seemingly shady agreement to Cabinet, he hasn’t disparaged the former Minister of Economic Development in a [...]

Shyne Says He Thinks a Replacement WRH Is a Waste of Money

The government’s proposed replacement hospital for the Western Regional Hospital in Belmopan has raised serious concerns, particularly for the K.H.M.H. Workers Union. In a release issued on May twenty-fifth, the [...]

Shyne on Murder of Women: I Wish This Was Not an Issue We Had to Discuss

Over the past two weeks, two young women were brutally killed in Belize. The murders of nineteen-year-old Imari Galvez on the Hummingbird Highway and thirty-one-year-old Mirza Morales at her home [...]

ComPol on Martinez Sentence: Martinez Was Not a Rogue Cop

Last week, former Police Corporal, Kareem Martinez was sentenced to eighteen years in prison for the shooting death of Laddie Gillett. The fourteen-year-old boy was shot dead in Placencia in [...]

Bernard Wagner Wants Endorsement, Not Convention

Belize City Mayor Bernard Wagner has gone on record to say that he would like a third term in office at the municipal level to complete various projects that began [...]

Shyne Barrow Says Patrick Faber’s Reinstatement Was Expected

The United Democratic Party installed its Collet Area Representative, Patrick Faber as the standard bearer for that division in the next general elections. It has been a whirlwind experience for [...]

Cultural Explosion in the Belize District Festival of Arts

The Belize District Festival of Arts commenced on Monday in San Pedro and Caye Caulker and today, made its way to the Bliss Center for the Performing Arts in Belize [...]

CitCo’s Final Preparation for 2023 Hurricane Season

It is less than two days before the start of the 2023 hurricane season and the Belize City Council is completing several projects, hopefully ahead of the rains. Keeping drains [...]

PM Briceño Lobbied for Climate Change Funds

Prime Minister John Briceño returned to the country on Monday after participating in the World Climate Industry Expo – Leaders’ Summit in Busan, South Korea. The summit focused on global [...]

P.B.L. Continues to Make Improvement at the Belize City Harbor

For the past few weeks much has been said about the deadlock between the Christian Workers Union and the Port of Belize Limited where the issue of a sugar redundancy [...]

P.B.L. Notices a Decline in Productivity in Its Operations

While improvements are being made to equipment, the decision by stevedores to revert to the one gang, one ship method has decreased productivity at the Port of Belize.  According to [...]

Darnell Arnold Is Acquitted of Murder of Philmore King

Twenty-five-year-old Darnell Arnold walked out of court a free man after the murder case against him fell through today. The office of the Director of Public Prosecutions entered a case [...]

Kevin Buller Arraigned, Remanded for Vehicle Theft

Twenty-nine-year-old Kevin Buller was remanded to the Belize Central Prison today on a charge of vehicle theft. The charge against him is in connection with the theft of a Toyota [...]

A Fire Truck Donation for the National Fire Service

The fleet of vehicles at the National Fire Service has increased following the handing over of a fire truck by the Belize City Council and the Republic of China (Taiwan). [...]

CitCo to Remove Derelict from Streets, Violators to Pay

As you drive around the city, you may come up on derelict vehicles parked on the road side – they’ve been there for months and in some cases even longer, [...]