Itâs now official: Mayor of Belize City Darrell Bradley will not run for a third term in office. A decision not to contest the coming internal convention for the United [...]
This week, Belize Sugar Industries Limitedâs managers and senior officials are in meetings in Orange Walk Town, reviewing the recently gone sugar cane milling season. It was a record-breaking and [...]
Will there be an increase in the amount of money that comes out of your paychecks for social security? That is yet to be seen, but on Tuesday, S.S.B. C.E.O. [...]
The Senate Special Select Committee has been watercooler talk across Belize since hearings resumed at the end of April. For better or worse, it has been dominated by the behavior [...]
The Senate Select Committee is now scheduled to go on break for the entire month of August. Chairman Salazar told reporters that their visit to the department is scheduled for [...]
Those tuning in to Channel Five this morning expecting to see our live coverage of the Senate Special Select Committeeâs public hearings will have been disappointed to see that they [...]
There have been reports that some sixty thousand dollars were unaccounted for from the GSUâs budget. But today Junior Minister Elodio Aragon says that the funds are not missing from [...]
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Jul. 26, CMC â The Trinidad based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) on Wednesday delivered judgement in a matter between a transport operator against the Transport Board of Belize and other...
In less than an hour, the Bliss auditorium will come alive as week five of KTV the Remix takes place. In this round of the competition, two more competitors will [...]
A few weeks ago, we told you about the call a few stevedores were making to ask CWU President Dale Trujeque to step away from the negotiations table. The stevedores, [...]
The Central American Commission for Maritime Transport in collaboration with the BelizeÂ PortÂ Authority, the PortÂ of Belize andÂ the PortÂ of Big Creek is hosting the thirty-ninth Central AmericanÂ Port...
The sixteenth Social Security Boardâs Scholarship Award Ceremony was held today at the George Price Center in Belmopan. A whopping forty-three students from across the country were the lucky recipients [...]
Since taking his seat on the bench as presiding judge of the high court, Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin has spoken of the existent backlog within the judiciary, particularlyÂ in his [...]