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Jamie-Lee Usher Denies Interest in Belize City Administrator Seat Amid

An article published on Hot off the Press earlier today has named Jamie-Lee Usher as
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Belize City Council and Christian Workers Union Stalled in Collective

Despite months of negotiations, the Belize City Council and the Christian Workers Union are yet
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Anthony Boots Martinez’s Recall Petition Falls Short by 96 Signatures

96 signatures – that is the amount that Anthony Boots Martinez would have needed to
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UDP Supports PEACE Movement’s push for redistricting

The next General Elections should be held sometime next year; however, the issue of redistricting
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Bejerano Family Challenges Ministry’s Eviction Order in Toledo District

The Bejerano family in the Toledo District continues to fight against what they say is
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Record-Breaking Tourism Numbers Prompt Upgrades at PGIA

Tourism in Belize closed out the month of March with a record-breaking number of visitors.
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Belize Launches Laboratory Information Management System to Enhance Forensic Capabilities

The Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) was officially launched this morning, spearheaded by the Ministry
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Teenager Charged with Murder of Belize Coast Guard Seaman Apprentice

A teenager has been formally charged for the murder of Charles James which occurred on
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Two Men Sentenced to Life for 2016 Murder in Cayo

Two men have been sentenced to life in prison after being found guilty for the
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Galen University Invests Dr. Rene Villanueva as New President

Today, Galen University held an investiture ceremony for its new President, Dr. Rene Villanueva. In
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Belize Tourism Board Collaborates with Belmopan City Council to Enhance

The Belize Tourism Board is working with the Belmopan City Council to improve the capital
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UDP Chairman Peyrefitte Open to Stepping Aside If the Party

Over the past few years, the United Democratic Party (UDP) has seen losses in the
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UDP Chairman Peyrefitte Acknowledges Party’s Challenges, Defends Against PUP Comparison

Expanding on the difficulties of opposition politics, Chairman Peyrefitte said that the People’s United Party
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Cabinet Reshuffle Raises Questions About Oversight as Backbenchers Assume Ministerial

On April 3, the Government of Belize announced a reshuffling of Cabinet portfolios which included
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American National Charged with Spreading False News Amidst Allegations Against

Police have arrested and charged 39-year-old American national Joseph Anthony Camp for spreading false news.
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San Pedro Resident Charged with Manslaughter in Connection with Wife’s

Forty-one-year-old San Pedro resident Maynor Ancona is out on bail tonight after being charged in
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Butane Price Sees Slight Increase Amidst Changes in Acquisition Cost

The gallon price for butane saw a slight increase of ten cents yesterday.  The announcement
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Belize Celebrates Garifuna Survival Day, Honoring Cultural Resilience and Heritage

Today’s Garifuna Survival Day marks the 227th anniversary of the first arrival of the Garinagu
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