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Senator Smith resigns from the Senate

She has been a firebrand Senator for the past seven years, but in a few
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Jamie Lee Usher Seeking Legal Options Following Her Termination from

The administration at the Belize High School has refused to comment on the recent termination
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Belize Cabinet Approves Occupational Safety and Health Bill Amendments

The National Trade Union Congress of Belize is celebrating, what it says, is a major
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Belize Government Green Lights Overhaul of Labour Act

On January 23, we told you of the imminent overhaul of the Labour Act being
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UDP Chairman says PUP is being duplicitous

The opposition is outraged over the Cabinet Secretary’s decision to deny the Special Select Committee
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Government Suspends Dredging at Will Bauer Flats Following Protests

The government has listened to concerns raised by a group of southern fishermen and the
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UDP Expresses Confidence in Municipal Election Victory

The United Democratic Party says it is confident of winning all seats in the upcoming
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UDP Chairman reiterates refusal to comment on Rape Allegations Against

Tomorrow, February 16, will mark one month since two young women filed a complaint of
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Belize Launches Investment and Business Climate Action Plan

Several stakeholders gathered to officially activate the Belize Investment and Business Climate Action Plan (BIBCAP)
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Ladyville Resident Remanded for Alleged Firearm Assault of Businesswoman

A Ladyville resident was remanded to the Belize Central Prison for allegedly assaulting a businesswoman
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Bladen 12 Trial Continues Amid Allegations of Police Brutality

The Bladen 12 were back in court today for the continuation of their trial. The
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EU Ambassador Commends Government for “Putting Belize on the map”

Ambassador of European Union’s (EU) has commended the Government of Belize (GOB) for “putting Belize
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