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Sugarcane Deal in Limbo: Delay Caused by Typo Sparks Concern

It was some 24 hours ago that the sugarcane farmers were in a celebratory mood
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PM Briceno’s Swift Intervention Resolves Belize Sugar Impasse: Two-Year Deal

This brokered 2-year deal comes after six days of flaring tensions, two roadblocks, and strenuous
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Sugarcane Protests: A Calm Week Amidst Historical Tensions, Police Commissioner

The recent protests and clamor among the sugarcane farmers this past week is nothing new
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Belizean Bus Driver Kidnapped and Robbed in Chetumal

Tillett’s bus driver, Jose Quintero says he was robbed, kidnapped, and beaten up before he
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New Firearms and Ammunition Control Board Appointed

The Minister of Home Affairs, Kareem Musa, has appointed members to the recently established Firearms
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Social Security Board Members Stage Go-Slow

Social Security Board Members continue their go-slow to protest the action of their employer. Today
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Banana Growers Meet with Ministry of Economic Development: Discussions on

The Ministry of Economic Development hosted a meeting today with the Banana Growers Association.  Love
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Belize Post Office Employee Caught Smuggling Sugar

An employee of the Belize Post Office is facing hefty fines after he was caught
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BSCFA Concerns with Tate & Lyle Fair-Trade Agreement: Three Main

Turning back to the sugar concerns, as we reported earlier, the government will be assisting
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Legal Challenges Loom for BSCFA: Northern Cane Farmer Associations Oppose

While the association has signed an agreement with BSI/ASR, their troubles are far from over.
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Belize City Council Faces Backlash Over Street Signs Credit

New York businessman, Samuel Vaughn says the Belize City Council is taking the credit for
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Belize City Streets in Disrepair: Administrator Prioritizes Repairs After Heavy

And while the council was able to counter those allegations by Vaughan, the City Administrator
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Man Charged for Choking Sister in Family Dispute

Angel Gutierrez was charged for choking his sister during a family dispute. According to Gutierrez’s
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Taxi Driver’s License Revoked: Raymond Montes Pleads Guilty to Traffic

Taxi Driver Raymond Montes pleaded guilty to two traffic offences today which resulted in his
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Unfair Treatment in Cannabis Find Case: Police Actions Questioned by

The Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams, says he sometimes wonders about the objective of some
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Self-Defense Claim in Fatal Shooting: Commissioner Williams Waits for DPP’s

Commissioner of Police Chester Williams says he believes the man who fatally shot 28-year-old, Trevor
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Safe Houses Receive Over $56K in Support

Safe Houses across the country have received support of just over fifty six thousand dollars. 
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Senior Superintendent Ramirez Loses Battle to Diabetes

Senior Superintendent Andrew Ramirez has lost his fight to diabetes.  The 54-year-old, career officer was
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