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Two persons found guilty in the 2014 murder of Chryslin

 Tonight, the family of 16-year-old Chryslin Gladden has received justice for her brutal 2014 murder.
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Lord’s Bank resident shot while on the job in Belize

A man employed by the Leadership Intervention Unit was injured in a shooting incident this
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FPIC Protocol Plays an Integral Part in Safeguarding Maya Land

The Government of Belize has revisited its intentions of removing Professor Rosa Celorio as the
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Yes for Oil Exploration Down South; No to Land Exploitation

The spokesperson for the MLA and TAA, Cristina Coc, says the Maya Communities are not
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MLA/TAA Spokesperson Says GOB Should Stay Away from Fossil Fuel

The MLA and TAA aren’t the only groups battling against the exploitation of the country’s
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Mayor Wagner says there’s no problem with auditors

There is no truth to the report of financial misconduct or mismanagement at City Hall.
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What’s up with the City Admin at the Belize City

And now to the City Administration and the Belize City Council. Does a rift exist
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A curious case of conflict of interest at City Hall;

The Belize City Council has signed off on a contract for Gel Quarry Company Limited.
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Micah is participating council work and doing well, says Mayor

Belize City Councilor Micah Goodin is actively participating in council meetings. That’s according to Mayor
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The Japanese Government and the Belize City Council continue longstanding

The Belize City Council says that it will be able to access much-needed equipment. It
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Hurricane Season ends, restoration work continues after Lisa

The restoration and recovery continue after Hurricane Lisa battered Belize City four weeks ago. The
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FFB purchases additional property to further develop football in Belize

The Football Federation of Belize (FFB) has signed a land sale agreement with the government
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New FFB Land Will Benefit More than Just Sporting Community

The Minister of Youth and Sports, Rodwell Ferguson, says this is a momentous occasion for
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Front seats on all Floralia buses are prioritized for the

It’s usually the survival of the fittest when you try to catch a bus at
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New Buses Are On The Horizon

Upgrades to public transportation seem to be dawning sooner than expected.  According to the Ministry
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Ministry of Transport Back From Korea with Innovative Ideas for

A delegation from the Ministry of Transport recently returned from a five-day visit to South
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GOB Extends Amnesty Program

The Government of Belize has decided to extend the application period for its Amnesty Program.
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The Public Sector Workers’ Trust steps into assist persons affected

About three weeks ago Hurricane Lisa battered the Belize District and left many citizens reeling
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The Public Service Workers’ Trust launches health care programs for

The Public Service Workers’ Trust has launched several projects for its beneficiaries many of whom
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The Public Service Workers’ Trust launches health care programs for

The members of the Integrity Commissioner have been sworn in by Dame Froyla Tzalam, Governor
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Guatemala says hold on Honduras we own the Sapodilla Cayes

Guatemala is asserting its claim over the Sapodilla Cayes and is expressing its disappointment in
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CCJ Says All Eyes are on Belize’s Maya Land Rights

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) held a court hearing this morning to get a
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UDP Chairman Discusses Letter to U.S. Secretary of State

UDP Chairman, Senator Michael Peyrefitte has written to U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, asking
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Patrick Faber’s future in the UDP depends on Faber, says

As for former Party Leader, Patrick Faber, where does he stand? The day the news
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What’s difference between Saldivar’s and Faber’s public scrutiny?

After former Prime Minister Dean Barrow left the leadership of the UDP in his rear-view
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ComPol says burglaries are on the rise; homeowners need to

The Police Department has conceded that there is a scourge of break-ins across the country.
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Police continue to improve capabilities to address cybercrime

Online crimes in Belize remain a significant challenge for both the society and law enforcement
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BNTU President says more than 200 teachers affected by Hurricane

Teachers still need help in both the recovery of their personal spaces at home and
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The Ministry of Youth and Sports holds the National Youth

Today, the Ministry of Youth and Sports held the first-ever national youth symposium. The event
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The Belmopan City Council treats a dozen kids with diverse-abilities

Today, a dozen children with diverse abilities were given a special treat from the Belmopan
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Over two hundred buses need to be replaced says CEO

Over two hundred public transportation buses will need to be replaced. That’s according to the
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The Ministry of Transport is working with South Korea to

The Ministry of Transport’s planned reforms for public transportation means that it will be working
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Belize’s Companies Registry is now online

Registering your business is now easier and paperless thanks to the introduction of the Online
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Belizean wines and coffees showcased in Taiwan

Belizean beverages were on full display at the recently held Taiwan International Tea, Coffee, Wine
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BELAIFA and the Kidney Association held their annual health fair

In celebration of Insurance Awareness week, the Belize Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (BELAIFA)
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Community of Santa Rosa in Stann Creek now able to

The community of Santa Rosa in Stann Creek District is going to be able to
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The Ministry of Blue Economy to Host Climate Resilience Forum

The Ministry of Blue Economy will host a two-day Climate Resilience Forum. The event will
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BCE’s Apples for Kids Charity Fundraiser is Back Again

As the Christmas season rolls around once again, the Belize Camping Experience (BCE) will be
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Mr. Belize 2022 a success; BBBFF heads to elections on

The Belize Body Building and Fitness Federation (BBBFF) is coming off a weekend where they
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Prime Minister Revives Petro Caribe Agreement During Recent Trip to

Prime Minister, John Briceño, returned to Belize today after a three-day official visit to the
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PM Briceño Says No Seismic Testing for Now

Prime Minister John Briceño says no seismic testing plans are set in stone. However, he
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Will Rejection of Waterloo’s Project Prompt a Legal Battle?

Can Waterloo Investment Holdings mount a legal battle after the Cruise Tourism Facility and Cargo
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Police Department Investigating John Saldivar

Former UDP Minister John Saldivar is challenging the United States Government to produce evidence that
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BDF Soldier Shot While On-duty along Belize/Guatemala Border

A Belize Defence Force soldier was shot on Saturday during an incident near the Valentin
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Missing man found dead; his former employee charged with his

Tonight, the family of 66-year-old Owen Tucker has received closure but in one of the
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Father of one slain in the Old Capital; police detain

A man was murdered in Belize City over the weekend. The victim is 25-year-old Jerome
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Police say they will follow the science in Elvis Polanco’s

Investigations continue into the murder of businessman, Elvis Polanco. He was gunned down on Saturday,
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Man killed in weekend road incident in Belize District

A man has died and a second is being treated following a road traffic incident
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Maya Communities Consulted about Proposed Developments Down South

The Government of Belize held preliminary consultation sessions over the weekend with several Indigenous communities
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Ministry of Labour Says They Are Ready to Revisit the

The Trade Licensing Bill is closer to becoming law. When the bill was introduced at
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GOB Says Outdated Labour Act Will Be Revamped

Minister of Labour, Oscar Requena, also told us that his ministry will be undertaking a
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$5 Minimum Wage to take effect January 1, 2022

It is expected that at the start of the New year, in January 2023, the
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New grassroots movement plans to fight for change

Newly formed grassroots movement Moving Ahead Together or MAT hosted a weekend event in Belize
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BNTU President says teachers want their increments now

Teachers are demanding that their increments, which were frozen in 2021, be reinstated post-haste. Senator
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Former Minister says people don’t know the Constitution; PCC has

The work of Constitutional reform is underway after the People’s Constitution Commission held its first
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BNTU President weighs in on work of People’s Constitution Commission

We also asked BNTU National President Senator Elena Smith about the newly formed, People’s Constitution
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Labour Complaints Can Now Be Submitted Virtually

The Ministry of Labour launched today the Labour Complaints Management System – an online portal
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Cycling Federation election postponed to December

The Cycling Federation of Belize was to hold elections for a new executive on November
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Ahmadiyya Community hosts weekend world religions conference

On Saturday, representatives from religions across the country gathered at the Masjid Noor Mosque in
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Young girls in the south participate in Love Foundation’s “Let

Young girls from across Stann Creek and Toledo Districts participated in a weekend workshop. It’s
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Orange Walk’s Tacos Fest A Success!

The annual Tacos Fest returned for the first time in two years in Orange Walk
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Independence High School wins Battle of the Drums High School

On Friday, the tenth annual Battle of the Drums High School competition was held in
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Mr. Belize 2022 is Clayton Greenidge

Clayton Greenidge has captured the title of Mr. Belize. The bodybuilder bested the field during
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PM Briceno and President Madura Sign Agreement

Prime Minister John Briceno is in Venezuela tonight. He was officially welcomed this evening by
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Senior citizen goes missing; police detain one of his employees

A senior citizen from Rural Belize has mysteriously vanished and in the wake of his
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The MHA suggests GOB establishes a special unit to assist

The Mental Health Association is calling on the Government to establish a specialized unit to
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Sixteen Days of Activism Begins Today

Today marks the beginning of the Sixteen Days of Activism geared at raising awareness to
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The NWC To Become A Statutory Body

The National Women’s Commission will now be able to exercise more autonomy over its affairs.
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GOB Looks To Revise Sexual Harassment Policy and Take it

Minister of Human Development, Dolores Balderamos-Garcia, also highlighted that these sixteen days of activism promote
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Children Parliamentarians Take a Seat in the Chamber

Today the Sitting of the Children’s Parliament was held in Belmopan. Belizean youth from different
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Scores of entrepreneurs, business folks and government reps engage in

The 2022 instalment of Belize EntreCon got underway this morning at the Belize City Civic
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Meet some of the entrepreneurs promoting health and wellness at

This year’s Belize EntreCon featured an expo on the Belize City Centre’s grounds. Everyone from
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The PUC holds its’ first-ever web development competition

This morning high school students from across the country gathered in Belize City to showcase
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Boledo drawings temporarily relocated in the wake of ceiling collapse

The ceiling, which caved in earlier this week at the Courthouse in Belize City, has
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GOB and the UN hold National Steering Committee Meeting

The United Nations is working with the Government of Belize to ensure the country achieves
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Cameras in the courtroom: CCJ Judge says that we should

Cameras in the courtrooms: depending on whom you ask, it may be a good thing
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CCJ Judge says a ‘technological’ solution may be necessary to

The Caribbean Court of Justice wants to help with Belize’s backlog of cases in the
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BTB and Sound Diplomacy to Collaborate

The Belize Tourism Board and Sound Diplomacy, an international music policy consultancy and global expert
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Belmopan Baptist High School celebrates all cultures

Belmopan Baptist High School is today hosting a cultural day celebration under the theme: “All
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John Saldivar says he is innocent and will be challenging

Tonight, John Birchman Saldivar is fighting back and says he is innocent of all the
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John Saldivar says let the people of Belmopan decide

While Saldivar says he will be challenging the US’s decision, he also has to prove
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Waterloo’s Port Project sent to the rubbish heap

Waterloo’s Port of Belize Cruise Tourism Facility and Cargo Expansion Project has been rejected. According
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Teen Remains Paralyzed After Being Involved in Fatal Ranchito Vehicular

One month and thirteen days – that’s how long fifteen-year-old Jaheem Williams has been prostrate
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Men Charged for the murder of Richard Foster Acquitted

The men who were charged for the murder of 74-year-old Richard Foster have been acquitted.
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Man Left Unconscious Following Beating

A man was rushed to the Northern Regional Hospital this morning following an incident in
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The Supreme Court’s Collapsed Ceiling Also Caused by a Lack

The Ministry of Infrastructure Development is also tackling the restoration of the Supreme Court building
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Belize will soon look for new judges, magistrates and other

The employment contracts of several judges, magistrates and other support staff in the country’s legal
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The PCC holds its first official working meeting

The People’s Constitution Commission (PCC) held its first official meeting this morning in Belize City.
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Educational Campaign is Important

As we mentioned, for the next 18 months the People’s Constitution Commission (PCC) will be
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GOB Addresses Dairy Price Increase

As we reported yesterday, dairy products are the next items on store shelves that will
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PM John Briceño Visits Venezuela

The Government of Belize announced today that Prime Minister, John Briceño, will be departing the
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The Mental Health Association wants GOB to do more

The Mental Health Association (MHA) is calling on the government to do more to address
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Legal practitioners expand knowledge of the original CCJ jurisdiction

Judges and other officers within Belize’s legal system are participating in a two-day workshop in
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Belize continues to work at its energy policy

The Ministry of Public Utilities, Energy, Logistics and E-Governance hosted the second stakeholder consultation on
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How does BEL see itself in distributive generation in the

Belize Electricity Limited says that it has a vested interest in Belize’s energy needs for
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Belize and FAO Sign Country Programming Framework

The Government of Belize and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) signed the official country
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GOB Approaches New Housing Regulations from a Social Stance

The Government of Belize continues to assess the damage caused by Hurricane Lisa. However, the
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One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Treasure

 Work on the embankment along the Mile 7 stretch on the Philip Goldson Highway is
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