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  • PSE Results Show Students Still Performing Well Below 70% While there are the top performers in the Primary School Exams (PSE) whose parents and schools are celebrating and are proud of the show of excellence, the overall achievement of...
  • ComPol Writes Officers Who Sat Police Exam By Marion Ali – The Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams, has written to the Police Officers who sat the recent Police exams. In it, he congratulated the ones who passed...
  • Jasmine Espat Tops PSE 2019! The bragging rights for top performer in this year’s Primary School Exams (PSE) belongs to Saint Andrew’s Anglican Primary School in San Ignacio and 12 year-old Jasmine Espat. The young...
  • Vasquez Family vs. Belize Police Department A legal battle is brewing between the Vasquez family and the Belize Police Department (BPD) following the death of Nestor Vasquez Jr., 60. Vasquez died around 9:40 p.m., on June...
    Belmopan CitCo Owes SSB $100,000 + SSB Rejects Employee’s Claim

Belmopan CitCo Owes SSB $100,000 + SSB Rejects Employee’s Claim

An employee of the Belmopan City Council who had applied for sickness benefits from the Social Security Board (SSB) was denied those benefits recently because contributions had not been paid in to SSB in order for them to collect those benefits. A check with SSB’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Colin

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    Compol Warns Of Recent Spike In Robberies

Compol Warns Of Recent Spike In Robberies

Sunday, June 2, 2019 – Following a brazen robbery at the Family Shopping Center in Dangriga on Saturday and a robbery at the Sunnyside Bakery in the city, Commissioner of Police Chester Williams has issued an alert to residents, particularly business owners, warning them to be much more vigilant. Williams

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    Regional Police Associations Battle Over Local Police Politics

Regional Police Associations Battle Over Local Police Politics

Friday, May 31st. 2019 – The ACCP release says: “The ACCP wishes to advise that this body [the CFPWA] has no jurisdiction over such matters and further that the matter being sub justice, it would be improper for this body to comment or to intervene.” On Wednesday Williams told the

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    Roe to Shyne: BACK OFF or I Will Defend Myself

Roe to Shyne: BACK OFF or I Will Defend Myself

Friday, May 31st. 2019 – Late this evening the Reporter received copies of a letter written by attorney Bryan Neal and addressed to Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams, asking the intervention of the Police Department to stop Shyne Barrow’s ‘continued criminal behaviour so that my client can move and socialize

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    Immigration Officer Dies in Tragic Accident

Immigration Officer Dies in Tragic Accident

Immigration Officer Jessica Heusner, 35, lost her life while driving on the George Price Highway to her home in Belmopan last week Thursday night, after staying back to work late and then hanging out with friends. She died instantly when her SUV slammed into one of two 18-wheeler freightliners travelling

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    Andrew Bennett Returns to Court for Extradition Hearing

Andrew Bennett Returns to Court for Extradition Hearing

Thursday, May 30, 2019 – Attorney Andrew Bennett, who is wanted in the United States on seven counts of money laundering for allegedly agreeing to launder money at the behest of an undercover FBI agent, was back in court this week as the case regarding the US extradition request for

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    CXC To Consider Petition Calling for Re-sitting of 2019 CSEC Math

CXC To Consider Petition Calling for Re-sitting of 2019 CSEC Math

Perhaps the most serious breach of an exam in the history of the Caribbean Exams Council (CXC) occurred last week when students sat Paper II of the 2019 CSEC Mathematics exam. It was discovered shortly thereafter that there was a breach in security in Trinidad and Tobago (T&T), which has

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    What Matters At The I.C.J

What Matters At The I.C.J

There has been a lot of commentary about the International Court of Justice (ICJ) – some fair, others negative. The Court makes its decisions based on what is presented for consideration by the disputing parties. The Court is made up of a panel of 17 Judges from all over the

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