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  • Will Farber Pay A Heavy Price for Honorarium Position?

    And while Minister Faber speaks of smoother times between him and the BNTU, his actions say something else, as his Ministry is moving full steam ahead with their controversial plans to pay out nearly $1m to teachers who chose to attend classes instead of ...
  • Union Leader Slams Patrick Farber Over Comments

    On Monday’s newscast, Minister of Education Patrick Faber raised everyone’s eyebrows when he extended his personal congratulations to newly elected Belize National Teacher’s Union Senator Elena Smith on her victory at last Thursday convention. Now, ...
  • Yo Creek Road Claims Another Life

    The infamous Yo Creek road has tonight claimed another life, the second since the start of 2017. The incident occurred shortly after five o’clock this evening just a short distance away from Cuello’s Distillery on the Yo Creek road. The victim, identi...
  • Zero Tolerance Policy For Police Improprieties

    Over the past few weeks, the Belize Police Department has been under heavy Public scrutiny after various members of the Department have been sanctioned for various levels of wrong doings. Viewers may recall that the first public embarrassment came from...
  • Belize Barrier Reef Continues To Be An Endangered Site

    Belize boasts the second largest coral reef system in the world which measures a total of 300 kilometers in length and can best be described as a patchwork of pinnacle reefs, fringing reefs and barrier reefs with hundreds of Cayes just above the surface a...
  • MOE Congratulates New President Of BNTU

    Last week Thursday April 20th, Trade Union Senator Elena Smith was elected by majority votes to serve as the next National President of the Belize National Teacher’s Union. The election was not without controversy as reports of political infiltration by...
  • Unfair Distribution Of Land Outrages Villagers Of Concepcion Village

    Concepcion Village Chairman, Fidel Chable, is under heavy pressure from Concepcion Village residents who are outraged at what they say is the unfair distribution of land which they have been utilising for years. Residents say that despite maintaining the ...
  • Fuel Cheaper At The Corozal Free Zone

    A report in the Mexican press is indicating that prices in the Free Zone have been tumbling down as a result of a weakening U.S. dollar. The report cites specifically that the price of fuel has been matching those prices in Mexican municipalities, which i...
  • Another Scandal For The Police Department, PC Charged For Theft

    Over the past few weeks, the Belize Police Department has given the Belizean public much to talk about, but not in a good way. Instead they have been receiving numerous negative reviews due to exposure of wrong doing. Viewers may recall that the first pub...
  • Guatemala Congress Rejects Proposal To Include Belize In Their Map

    Some weeks ago, a leaked Guatemalan progress report circulated through Belizean media which showed that a consultant in Guatemala was pushing the idea to officially include Belize as part of Guatemala in their map. According to that progress report, which...
  • BNTU Prepares To Elect New President

    Tomorrow the Belize National Teacher’s Union will hold a convention at the Escuela Secundaria Tecnica Mexico auditorium in San Roman Village to fill two key seats in their council of management. The first is the National President position currently hel...
  • Two Brothers Suffocate In a Forty Feet Well

    Two Trial Farm bothers lost their lives on Good Friday following an incident where both men suffocated inside a well. Police reports indicate that the men, namely forty one year old Isidro Coyoc and twenty six year old Jeovani Coyoc were found unconscio...
  • Twenty One Year Fined For Traffic Offenses

    Another Paraiso Village resident also found himself facing the long arm of the law. 21 year old Dalton Nunez faced heavy fines this morning for driving a motorcycle that had no vehicle license nor 3rd party insurance, and while he had no valid driver’s ...
  • Paraiso Resident Fined For 7.8 grams Of Marijuana

    This morning a young resident of Paraiso Village in the Corozal District was fined for the crime of possession of controlled drugs. Police say that on Holy Friday they caught 19 year old Luis Sosa with marijuana. In Court, authorities said that during ...
  • Close To Fifty Thousand Belizeans Crossed The Border To Chetumal, Mexico

    Over the weekend close to fifty thousand Belizeans from across the country packed their bags and other belongings and made their way across the border of Mexico along with their families to spend the long awaited Easter vacations.   During this time o...
  • Belize Wins Ancient Mayan Ball Tournament

    Over the weekend, ten Mexican teams and one team from Belize faced off to compete in the Mesoamerican ball game known as ‘Ulama’ which kicked off in the ancient Mayan City of Teotihuacan on the 14th and 15th of April. The game is considered as one of...
  • Nine Year Old Nearly Drowns In Corozal Bay

    The crowd of visitors enjoying their holidays at the popular Easter relaxation spot, Corozal Bay, experienced a real scare on the afternoon of Holy Saturday when a little girl was seen drifting in the water completely motionless. Upon recognising that the...
  • Traffic Accident Victim Succumbs To His Injuries

    Tonight the family and friends of 49 year old Edgar Wiltshire are in mourning after the well-known taxi driver passed away on Sunday night April 16th at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital in Belize City – six days after he sustained injuries from a seve...
  • BAHA Lifts Temporary suspension Of Corned Beef From Brazil

    Last month on the 23rd of March 2017, a temporary suspension was placed on the importation of corned beef from Brazil as a result of reports which indicated that several major meat processors had been processing contaminated beef and poultry meat, and tha...
  • GST Officer Accuses Tax Department Of Cooking The Book

    Is the charging of General Sales Tax on businesses in Belize done on a fair and equitable basis, or is there manipulation, bias or even malice. While we can’t say if the last two exist, a strong-worded letter written by Elmer Reyes, the GST officer in P...