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  • The Battle For Hilltop – PSU HQ On Wednesday, October 9, 2019The Public Service Union (PSU) is relying on “critical” new evidence it has just stumbled upon to fight an eviction notice it once said it would...
  • Dengue Numbers Continue Despite Mosquito Invasion The rainy season is finally here and with it came an invasion of mosquitoes – not necessarily the female aedes-egypti vectors that spreads the dreaded Dengue fever – and that...
  • Army Corporal With Ties to Belize Court Martialed On Tuesday, October 8, 2019Corporal Audrey Urbina, 32, of the British Army who has ties to Belize is currently facing a court-martial for allegedly embezzling 17,000 euros of army funds...
  • Controversial Joshua Perdomo write-off approved At this morning’s sitting of the House of Representatives, the controversial $40,000 write-off for Joshua Perdomo, son of Cabinet Secretary Carlos Perdomo was approved by a split 17-10 majority by...
    Drug bust Nets 3,000 LBS of Cocaine

Drug bust Nets 3,000 LBS of Cocaine

This week started off with a bang as gunshots broke the still of the night just off the Coastal Road at mile 7 just after midnight on Monday. That is where a King beach aircraft landedin Belize, loaded with cocaine. There to greet them were Belizean law enforcement personnel. During

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    Deputy Tax Director Awaits Trial in US Extortion Case

Deputy Tax Director Awaits Trial in US Extortion Case

Reynaldo Verde, the Deputy Director of General Services of the Belize Tax Services Department was detained in the United States over the weekend and has been taken to Florida to face charges of extortion and attempted extortion. His family has reportedly called on the government to get involved but GOB

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    IDB commends Belize for shrimp industry standards

IDB commends Belize for shrimp industry standards

Friday, Sept. 13th. 2019 – A new report from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) highlights Belize as being the world’s “most ethical and sustainable” shrimp producers as farmers in the country have improved the quality of shrimp production in the country over the last few years. According to the report,

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    Belize Emergency Services Ready with BATSUB Simulation

Belize Emergency Services Ready with BATSUB Simulation

Burrell Boom, August 27th, 2019 A jack-knifed 18-wheeler oil tanker, an overturned tour bus, an overturned SUV and crashed cars had all the hallmarks of a multi-vehicle traffic pile-up, complete with trapped passengers, casualties thrown from their vehicles, and bodies floating in the Belize River underneath the Burrell Boom Bridge

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    Is Local Butane Monopoly Really Local?

Is Local Butane Monopoly Really Local?

Among several motions passed in the last sitting of the House of Representatives, a controversial bill to establish a new national butane company was introduced, causing many in civil society and the private sector to issue harsh criticism on the decision and question the circumstances of the new company. And

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    MILLIONS LOST Drought Devastates Farmers

MILLIONS LOST Drought Devastates Farmers

Farmers in the north have gone public with their concerns as a prolonged drought has caused millions of dollars of losses and is expected to have a significant economic impact carrying over into next year, affecting other industries and having a ripple effect on products and services across the country.

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    A Closer Look At The Plan To Create A New LPG Gas Consortium

A Closer Look At The Plan To Create A New LPG Gas Consortium

The Energy Dollars in Your Kitchen Thursday, August 22nd. 2019 – By Neri Briceno – Much of Friday’s house meeting was spent chatting about China. Apart from the 50 million US dollar loan granted by the Taiwanese, there were some important pieces of legislation passed. One that caught my attention,

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    Security Guard Murdered Near Police Station

Security Guard Murdered Near Police Station

On Monday, August 19, Kevin Hyde, 47, a security guard of Hattieville in the Belize District was murdered as he sat waiting for a bus at a shed in close proximity to the local police station in the community, sparking outrage from family members about the response of the officers

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