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Briceño Administration Revisits 11th Amendment; Sayonara Shyne?

Has the People’s United Party purposely decided to rain on the Leader of the Opposition’s parade?  As we reported on Wednesday, Shyne Barrow is in the process of filming for [...]

Shyne Says P.U.P. is Weaponizing the Constitution of Belize

According to Julius Espat, chair of the Constitution House Committee, they are simply trying to establish a criteria for anyone desirous of becoming the next leader of the country.  The [...]

Julius Espat Gives PM Briceño His Unwavering Support

There has been an overwhelming show of support for the leadership of Prime Minister John Briceño ahead of Friday’s sitting of the House of Representatives.  Earlier this month, Opposition Leader [...]

Youth Gunned Down in Lake-I; Motive Still Unclear

Tonight, a family is torn after their loved one is gunned down in Belize City. The incident happened in the Lake Independence area, on Zacaranda Street, sometime before ten a.m. [...]

New AG Anthony Sylvester Speaks About Taking Up Office

He took up office as Attorney General of Belize at the end of June, replacing Magali Marin-Young after two and a half years as chief legal officer for the Briceño [...]

AG on Partially Unconstitutional Sugar Industry Act

Attorney General Anthony Sylvester also responded to a decision on the Sugar Industry Act where the High Court has ruled that some sections of the act are unconstitutional. Among them [...]

Cabinet to Decide Actions Going Forward following Sugar Ruling

Will G.O.B. appeal the decision of the High Court or will the law be amended?  The decision will be up to cabinet to determine the way forward. Attorney General Anthony [...]

NEAB Breaks Silence on Sexual Assault Allegations, One Week Later…

The National Evangelical Association of Belize has broken its silence on the mounting sexual abuse allegations that several women have brought against Mervin Budram, a worship leader from one of [...]

Will the Books be Opened for BIMFF Expenses?

A request has been made by the Leader of the Opposition for the books to be opened and proper accounting be carried out in respect of expenditures relating to the [...]

B.C.C.I. Continues Call for Consultation on Price Control List

The Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry continues to call on the Government of Belize to hold consultations with its members on the proposed expansion of the price control list. [...]

B.C.C.I. Proposes Alternate Solution to Price Gouging and Inflation

The last time reporters asked the Prime Minister John about the letter that B.C.C.I. wrote to him, PM Briceño stated that his government has met with numerous large-scale retailers to [...]

B.C.C.I. for Profit or For People?

So, how does B.C.C.I. respond to the criticism that its members are only pushing back because an expanded price control list will cut into their profit margins? Well, Councilor Luis [...]

The William Dawson Memorial Scholarship is Launched

Today at the Conference Center at the University of Belize Belmopan Campus, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the national university, and the ministries of Youth, Education and Home [...]

ComPol Explains Why Bart Jones Was Assigned to Act This Time

Earlier this year, the Security Services Commission promoted Assistant Commissioner of Police, Doctor Richard Rosado to the post of Deputy Commissioner. It was a promotion that the Commissioner of Police, [...]

New Information Emerges on Deadly Motorcycle Crash in Orange Walk

On July thirtieth, a deadly collision occurred following a high-speed chase by Orange Walk police of two men on a motorcycle in Orange Walk. Soon after the incident, reports started [...]

Police Operations Up North Yields High-powered Weapons

Police believe they have found the weapon used in the shooting of Nimrod Tillett last month. The discovery comes as part of a sustained operation that police have been conducting [...]

Ministry of Education Not Worried about COVID/Dengue

As we’ve been reporting, there has been an increase in dengue cases in Belize and the number of cases recorded countrywide is above the threshold. There are also instances of [...]

Will House Committee Bring Attention to an Absent ‘Sista B’

Will there be an amendment made to force Queen Square area representative Denise “Sista B” Barrow to show up to House Meetings? That’s a question that was posed to cabinet [...]