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Altercation between Uncle & Nephews Leads to Fatal Chopping/Stabbing

A death investigation is underway in Orange Walk, following an altercation between an uncle and two of his nephews. Jockey Anthony Deras, who also goes by the surname Bartley, died [...]

Redistricting Exercise Causes Stir Among Politicians in Belize City

The redistricting exercise is a long-overdue process that is finally underway, but not without controversy. The redrawing of the electoral map across several of the thirty-one constituencies is causing a [...]

Shyne Says Share Up Port Loyola; Gilroy Usher Says “No Way!”

This evening, Port Loyola Area Representative Gilroy Usher Senior issued a release regarding the ongoing redistricting exercise. While he vehemently opposes the reapportionment of his constituency, Usher says, “in fairness, [...]

Nextera Makes FOIA Request for Info on Portico’s ECP

A request under the Freedom of Information Act has been sent to the Ministry of Sustainable Development for gathered facts on environmental clearance, as well as an Environmental Compliance Plan, [...]

Minister of Sustainable Development Explains Use of Seabed

The question of whether permission has been granted to Portico for use of the seabed to construct a manmade peninsula was posed to the Minister of Sustainable Development earlier today. [...]

Shyne Weighs in on Seabed Concerns

Concerning the dredging up of millions of cubic meters of material from the seabed, Opposition Leader Shyne Barrow said that the environmental community was incensed at the thought of Waterloo’s [...]

“For me, it was befuddling” – Shyne on RCG’s Response

And during his weekly sit-down with the media, the Leader of the Opposition also commented on the response he has received from the Royal Caribbean Group.  It follows a letter [...]

FIBA U17 Centrobasket Championship Belize 2023

For the first time in the history of the country, FIBA will be hosting a junior national team competition in Belize. The U-seventeen Centrobasket Championship is a qualifier for the [...]

Heads of Government of SICA Complete 57th Summit

Heads of government of the Central American Integration System, SICA, have completed their fifty-seventh summit in Placencia. Tasked upon its receipt of the pro-tem presidency from the Dominican Republic six [...]

FAO Says Food Security is linked to Climate Change

As Foreign Minister Courtenay just shared, one of the topics dealt with is food security. Notably, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and SICA signed a Framework [...]

FAO Official: Better Food Security Means More Food to Feed the Hungry

Lubetkin says that if respective countries can improve their food security systems, food production would be better and would benefit the people who are not eating well. He shared interesting [...]

SICA to Help Haiti

One country that the SICA heads of government want to assist in improving the conditions of its people is Haiti. Haiti shares a border with the Dominican Republic on the [...]

Belize Special Olympics Athletes Delayed Return Home

They were scheduled to arrive on the United Airlines flight around eleven-thirty this morning and then participate in a motorcade having competed and won three medals for Belize, but today, [...]

KTV the Remix is Back! Auditions Air Tonight

KTV-The Remix is back! Season Five of the popular entertainment show on Channel Five begins tonight with highlights from the auditions. The judges believe that this year’s hopefuls are the [...]