Will The Barrow Administration Honor CCJ Ruling And Pay Belize Bank?

What will the Barrow Administration do about the $89 million which the Caribbean Court of Justice ha...

What Will Be The Belize Banks Next Move?

Would Belize Bank seek an order to jail the Prime Minister for non-compliance with the CCJ’s order? ...

PUP Says 90 Million Dollars Payment Is Borrow's Headache.

The PUP’s Parliamentary Caucus met this evening to discuss the CCJ ruling and events leading up to t...

Hurricane Season About To End.

Tomorrow November 30 officially marks the end of the 2017 Atlantic Basin Hurricane season. As antici...

Belizean Athletes Represents At Central American Games

Over the past two weeks, Belizean athletes from different sporting denominations, including basketba...

  • Will The Barrow Administration Honor CCJ Ruling And Pay Belize Bank?

    Thursday, 30 November 2017 02:46
  • What Will Be The Belize Banks Next Move?

    Thursday, 30 November 2017 02:52
  • PUP Says 90 Million Dollars Payment Is Borrow's Headache.

    Thursday, 30 November 2017 02:54
  • Hurricane Season About To End.

    Thursday, 30 November 2017 02:59
  • Belizean Athletes Represents At Central American Games

    Wednesday, 13 December 2017 02:19

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  • CCJ Rules In Favour Of Gilharry Bus Line

    The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) on Wednesday delivered judgement in a matter between the owner for former bus company, Gilharry’s Bus Line from Corozal, and the Transport Board of Belize. The regional court declared that the Transport Board did ...
  • Bilateral Agreement Signed Between China Taiwan And Belize

    Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China (Taiwan), H.E. Dr. David Lee arrived in Belize yesterday on a three day visit scheduled from the 26th to the 28th of July on the invitation of Belize’s Foreign Minister, Hon. Wilfred Elrington. Howeve...
  • Murder Trial Against Gian Guerra Gets Underway

    The trial against Gian Guerra, the man charged for the murder of Belize Defence Force soldier Rafael Rivas, is currently being heard at the Northern Session of the Supreme Court. The trial began on the 10th of July, 2017, before Justice Herbert Lord and a...
  • Dangerous Bus War On George Price Highway

    A week ago we reported on the race war on the Phillip Goldson highway between buses belonging to Valencia and Morales bus companies. Commuters travelling on the Valencia bus that left Corozal Town at 2:45am reported that a Morales bus attempted to run the...
  • Belize's Permanent Representative To The OAS Presents Credentials

    Belize’s newest Permanent Representative to the Organization of American States (OAS), Daniel Gutierrez, presented his credentials to the Secretary General, Luis Almagro, earlier today during a special ceremony which was held at the OAS headquarters in ...
  • New Regulations For Relocation Of Buses Causes Economic Impact On Mexicans

    Last week we reported on the new bus regulations that were implemented by Mexican authorities involving the relocation of Belizean buses from the new market in Chetumal, Quintana Roo, to the old parking area for the ADO buses. As we had told you, the new ...
  • Investigation Into Stolen BDF Uniforms continues

    There has been no explanation by authorities of the discovery of over a hundred old BDF uniforms and old outboard engines and parts at a private home on Baeza’s Alley here in Orange Walk. The discovery was made when a joint BDF and Mexican military patr...
  • PM Unaware On Vegas Latest Land Scandal

    Only five days ago we reported on newly-revealed documents which show that the Vega family acquired even more land than the large sections of property about half mile from the entrance to Carmelita Village here in the Orange Walk District during the term ...
  • Proposed Amendment Sugar Commercial Agreement Continues To Be Debated

    The Sugar Industry remains in debate tonight following a proposal made by BSI/ASR to invest twenty two million dollars into upgrading the sugar mill in order to produce more direct consumption sugars in preparation of the coming changes in the EU market r...
  • Upgrade Of San Francisco Street Continues

    As part of their mandate to pave and upgrade a vast majority of streets in Orange Walk the town council is currently engaged in the reconstruction of San Francisco Street. Today as the project moved into its second stage we visited the area and caught ...
  • Will OW People's Staduim Be Ready For Annual Fiesta Rama

    Fiesta Rama 2017 is just around the corner. It’s an event that will see two days of activities kicking off on Saturday July 29th at the Orange Walk People’s Stadium. But will the area be ready for the event? If you have visited the stadium recently...
  • GOB Will Push For Removal Of Dual Citizenship Ban On House Of Representatives Again

    Last Friday, Foreign Minister Wilfred “Sedi” Elrington responded to a chain of questions on a number of pertinent issues including the Senate hearings and the revocation of his Cabinet colleague’s visa. One other very controversial matter raised by ...
  • Anke Doehm Moves Out Of San Pedro

    After receiving Supreme Court bail at the sum of ten thousand dollars last Friday, Anke Doehm, the adoptive mother of thirteen year old Fay Linn Cannon returned to San Pedro over the weekend, causing havoc with infuriated islanders. Doehm boarded a fer...
  • LICU Reports More Than Half A Million Dollars In Cash Shortage To Its Membership

    After two years since the controversy between the La Inmaculada Credit Union Limited (LICU) and its former general manager as it relates to serious allegations which were brought against her regarding breaches of financial policies, the LICU held its 67th...
  • CJC Students Make Belize Proud

    The Caribbean Organization of National Telecommunications Organizations (CANTO) held its third annual CANTO CODE 3.0 Virtual Hackathon which was launched on June 17th and ran through to the 25th where a team of three Belizean students from Corozal Junior ...
  • Another Vega Land Scandal

    Former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Natural Resources Gaspar Vega and his family continue to be embroiled in major controversy involving questionable land deals. A report that appeared in the BELIZE TIMES of Sunday July 16th, reveals that the wor...
  • ComPol's Memory Fails During Senate Select Committee Hearing

    Another issue which the ComPol was compelled to address during yesterday’s hearing are reports that the security clearance requirement component to visa and nationality applications which were conducted by the Police was discontinued. Once more the Com...
  • ComPol Oblivious To Immigration Irregularities

    Yesterday we showed you parts of the testimonies of Commissioner of Police Allen Whylie and Retired Police Officer, former Superintendent Julio Valdez which dealt with what should have been a complete investigation by the Police Department on Immigration ...
  • BSCFA Responds To BSI/ASR

    Tonight the contention continues to build between the BSCFA and BSI/ASAR, at the heels of a proposal made by ASR to invest twenty two million dollars to upgrade the factory in preparation of the coming changes in the EU market regime in October 2017. ...
  • Former President Top Cop Testifies Before Senate Select Committee

    Two senior men in the Police Department, Commissioner of Police Allen Whylie and Superintendent Julio Valdez, who is now retired, appeared before the Senate Select Committee today to provide answers to questions for a number of matters involving the Immig...