As it relates to Belize, there has not been a swift movement of persons so the CSME Focal Point, Tricia Gideon spoke of what is being done to engage Belizeans. [...]
Belize is preparing to host the CARICOM Heads of Government Intercessional next week. At least nine heads have already confirmed their attendance and will look at many issues including the [...]
The governments of Belize and Taiwan today penned an agreement to make way for cooperation in the public health sector.Â The agreement was signed by the Minister of Health, Pablo [...]
Of the many infrastructure projects in the City that have become a nuisance to residents is the flood mitigation project which is only partially completed in the area of Cinderella [...]
A hot-button subject coming up on which the Mayor will not be quiet about relates to zoning. Mayor Bradley says that in the past, the City Council had been dealing [...]
The Yarborough area of the City is poised to get a facelift that will be spurring economic activity. While the neighborhood boasts of many attributes, it does not have in [...]
Cattouse is not taking lightly the threat made to Kaya by the Cycling Federation. He says he wants it removed from her record and if not, he is heading up [...]
According to Ray Cattouse, C-Ray is one of the only clubs in the history of cycling in Belize to annually field a junior team, a youth team, a female team, [...]
The firestorm caused by the threat to fine and suspend Kaya Cattouse to compete in races organized by the Belize Cycling Federation, has not subsided. The well known cyclist has [...]
There was an accident on the Haulover Bridge at around three-fifteen this afternoon, when the driver of a red SUV apparently lost control and crashed into a large truck. There [...]
KINGSTON, Jamaica â Motorists should see a decrease at the pumps in the price of gasoline and an increase in the price of diesel, effective Thursday, February 11, according to the latest ex-refinery costs from...
A Facebook site has been launched for updates on the proposed redevelopment of LF Wade International Airport. The site will also provide a public forum to ask questions about the project, according to a spokesman for...
STUDENTS IN THE faculty of Humanities and Education included an Ash Wednesday service in their ongoing week of activities today. The turnout in Lecture Theatre 3 was low, but they made joyful noises...
IN TONIGHTâS HEADLINES: Man charged with having four pistols. Freundel Stuart tells of the time he intervened to force a driver to pick up trash. And the West Indies Under-19s seek to reach...