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Belize Government Shows Unprecedented Bipartisanship in Sarstoon River Dispute

Wil Maheia, leader of the Belize Territorial Volunteers, was called out to meet with the
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Police Commissioner Confirms Controversial Sale to Businessman Ricardo Borja

The Commissioner of Police Chester Williams has confirmed that he sold a seventy-thousand-dollar vehicle to
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Crime Rates Down Across Belize, Thanks to Effective Policing

In other news from the Police Commissioner, statistics are showing that crime across the country
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Former Minister Accuses Government of Manipulating Crime Statistics

While the Police Commissioner has reported a decline in major crimes, former Minister of National
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BDF Blunder: Firework Mistaken for IED

Tonight, the Belize Defense Force is staring down an embarrassing situation after its bomb experts
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Laguna Village and Yemeri Grove Land Dispute Escalates Amidst Boundary

The land upset between Laguna Village and Yemeri Grove is an ongoing dispute over land
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National Kriol Council Calls for Proper Protocol Implementation in Land

The National Kriol Council has voiced major concerns with the ongoing dispute between the villages
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Tensions Rise in Indian Creek Village Over Incomplete Solar Project

Last night we told you of the tensions in Indian Creek Village over the inauguration
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Attorney Oscar Selgado’s Murder Trial Continues with Voir Dire Procedure

The abetment to commit murder trial of attorney Oscar Selgado continued in the High Court
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Sugar Shortage Concerns Addressed by Belize Sugar Industries

If you’ve been having a hard time finding sugar on the shelves, you’re not alone.
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UDP Chairman Accuses Government of Lack of Transparency and Accountability

Government is once again being called out for a lack of transparency and accountability.  According
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National Trade Union Congress of Belize to Discuss Labor Rights

The National Trade Union Congress of Belize (NTUCB) is meeting with the Minister of Labour,
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Belize Explores Climate Resilience Initiatives with International Partners

The Ministry of Economic Development (MED) held several high-level meetings this week. The MED is
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Minister Responds to Belize Peace Movement’s Criticism of Constitution Interpretation

Minister of Constitutional and Political Reform Henry Charles has responded to the Belize Peace Movement
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UDP Finalizes Municipal Candidates, Expects Favorable Numbers Amid Country’s Issues

While the People’s United Party (PUP) is still not forthcoming with their nine municipal slates,
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Burglary Suspect Donovan Franzua Released on Bail

Forty-nine-year-old Donovan Franzua is out on bail after being charged with burglary. Franzua is accused
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Chinese Businessman and Partner Face Drug Trafficking Charges in Belize

A Chinese businessman and his common-law wife were charged with drug trafficking after police found
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Glenford Arnold Convicted of Sexual Assault Against Minor

Sixty-eight-year-old Glenford Arnold has been convicted of a single count of sexual assault against an
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Climate Change Assessment Project Aims to Bolster Belize City’s Resilience

A large-scale climate change assessment project is underway in Belize City this week. The Climate
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Belize Resorts Shine in Conde Nast Traveler’s Top 20 Resorts

Belize has scored big in the Conde Nast Traveler Viewer’s Choice awards, a global brand
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