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
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  • Sugar Exports From ACP Countries Into Europe Will Decrease Says Belize's Ambassador To The EU

    A report issued earlier this week in the Jamaican Newspaper “The Gleaner” indicates that the Belize Ambassador to the European Union, Dylan Vernon, is predicting that sugar exports from the African Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries into Europe wil...
  • UDP Ministers Derail PAC Meeting With Absence

    On October 12th, a meeting of the Public Accounts Committee, scheduled to review the Auditor General’s most recent audit of the Government’s finances, for the fiscal year 2012-2013, was called off when the Committee learned that the Auditor General wa...
  • Decriminalization Of Marijuana Draws Heated Debate At Senate Meeting

    The proposed decriminalisation of marijuana legislation went before the Senate yesterday, attracting heavy discussion and debate. Lines were drawn by Senators based on scientific, religious and moral positions and it all made for interesting news. Here ar...
  • Electrocuted Victim Remains Unidentified.

    Yesterday a man lost his life after he got electrocuted while in the Village of August Pine Ridge in the Orange Walk District. Today our news team visited the village to find out more about the circumstances behind the accident but what we found was mo...
  • Senators Raise Questions On $12M Loan For Haulover Bridge

    Last Friday the Government majority in the House of Representatives rushed through a bill for a U.S. $12m loan from the OPEC Fund as partial financing for the replacement of the Haulover Bridge at the entrance to Belize City. When the Opposition Leader Jo...
  • Price Of Goods Continue To Spike

    The Statistical Institute of Belize issued its most recent figures on consumer prices and external trade for Belize throughout the month of September. We begin by taking a look at the statistics for Consumer Price Index (CPI) which illustrates that in com...
  • Another Suspect Questioned For Robbery At Tans Store

    Last week we reported that Orange Walk Police detained one individual for questioning in connection to an armed robbery which occurred on the night of Wednesday October 18th in the Black Water Creek area of Trial Farm Village. But while there was no evide...
  • Will Former Police Press Officer Be Punished For Speaking Out?

    Yesterday the Police high command caved in to the media’s demands for a constant stream of information to be able to keep the public informed. This after an almost two-week media boycott of their events triggered by the Police’s refusal to pass inform...
  • Patchakan Water And Paraiso Village Council Receive Needed Assistance

    Today the Minister of Local Government Hugo Patt handed over 15 hundred feet of pipes, saddles and other equipment’s to the water board of Patchakan in the Corozal District while a riding mower was handed over to the Paraiso Village Council. The donatio...
  • Report Shows HIV Infections High Among Women

    With the overwhelming amount of crime and corruption currently stifling our country, residents often times forget some of the other issues that are affecting our population for example the existing battle with HIV and AIDS. Today the Ministry of Health...
  • Scrap Stamping Of Passport At Northern Border, Says Opposition Leader

    During Friday’s House of Representatives several bills were dealt with. One was an amendment to the Immigration Act in respect to temporary residency. The bill seeks to add the C.E.O. in the Ministry of Labor to the Visa Vetting Committee and clarify th...
  • Regular Fuel Drops By 16 Cents...Kerosene Increases

    Over the past months Belizeans have been paying record high prices for fuel while other Central American countries are experiencing considerable drops providing relief to drivers. Here in Belize while the Prime Minister has promised to reduce the cost per...
  • Impasse Is Over...BPD And Media Mend Fences

    And with that internal hurdle considered “done” by Ministry officials, they also addressed the external hurdle that a media boycott on Police affairs had become. The boycott was imposed on October 12, signalling a severe breakdown in communication bet...
  • Mexican President To Visit Belize For The First Time

    Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto is scheduled to visit Belize for six hours upon the invitation of Prime Minister Dean Barrow, to co-chair the IV Mexico-CARICOM Summit, to be held in Belize City on October 25. A release issued today by the Mexican...
  • Papa Mena & Mark King Take Heavy Swings At UDP Hierarchy

    The United Democratic Party appears to be slipping into internal turmoil of late. Over the weekend the UDP held a municipal convention in Dangriga in which current Mayor and his slate won to contest the municipal race in March. But the convention and r...
  • COLA Calls For Civil Disobedience

    Another party who has objected to the $8m contract for the upgrading of Faber Road in Belize City, is the activist group COLA. COLA, through their attorney Kareem Musa, has requested to see the contract details through the Freedom of Information Act, and ...
  • Opposition Leader Weighs In Over The $8 Million Contract To Imer Hernandez

    Yesterday the Opposition voiced their concerns over the awarding of an $8 million contract to Imer Hernandez Development Co. Limited, a company involving the nephew of former UDP Deputy Leader Gaspar Vega, for the rehabilitation of 1.1 mile of Faber’s R...
  • St. Francis Xavier Credit Union Experiencing Serious Economic Challenges

    There is no question that our country is experiencing serious economic challenges. At the macro level, last year the Government had to force the renegotiation of the terms to pay its external debt. At the micro level, just take one look at the weekly loca...
  • BNTU Scold PM Barrow And Demands Answers By October 20th

    On October 3rd, the Belize National Teacher’s Union held a special ceremony in Belize City to commemorate their “Save Belize” campaign, which was marked by an 11-day protest to advocate for good governance reforms. Union President Elena Smith ind...
  • PUP Says 8 Million Dollars Farbers Road Contract Is Bloated

    The controversy continues over a contract awarded by the Ministry of Works to Imer Hernandez Development Co. Limited, a company involving the nephew of former UDP Deputy Leader Gaspar Vega. The contract is for the rehabilitation of just over 1 mile of ...