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  • Using the workers unions

    "…charging PUP Leader George Cadle Price with intention to betray…”The above was written in 1958 by the General Secretary of the Christian Democratic Union!  Now, some 60 years later, the Amandala Editor on Monday, March 13, 2017 writes:” … the...
  • Is Johnny Liad or Looney?

    People who believe their own lies are most commonly identified as pathological liars, however, they can also be identified as suffering from narcissistic personality disorder or borderline personality disorder. These people sometimes believe their own lie...
  • There is now water in Biscayne

    Chairlady of Biscayne Village, Kathlyn Tillett welcomed those in attendance to her village as Belize Water Services Limited (BWSL) officially inaugurated the Biscayne Water Supply system linking Gardenia to Biscayne. “It is a whole new world for us, you...
  • 4 H in Belmopan offering a ray of hope for our many youths

    At the start of the new school year the National 4-H Youth Development Center, located at the National Agriculture Show Grounds in Belmopan will soon be inviting students from around the country to apply and learn life-long skills on agriculture. The well...
  • To Boycott or not to Boycott

    The mainstream media has come public to say that they are boycotting the police department by not giving any airtime or paper space to any event that the Police may wish to publicize. This came as a result of some changes which were made in the manner in ...
  • Dr. Percival Cho New C.E.O. in the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Forestry, the Environment, Sustainable Development, and Climate Change

    The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Forestry, the Environment, Sustainable Development and Climate Change, is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Percival Cho as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) with oversight for the Fisheries Department,...
  • Two more schools receive cash donations from Belize City Council

    After receiving cheques on Monday and Tuesday of this week, St. Luke Methodist and Calvary Temple are now the most recent schools to have received cash donations from the Belize City Council through the portfolio for Women and Children. Coucilors Hyacinth...
  • Belize Announces Successful Consent Solicitation

    Belmopan, Belize: The Government of Belize today announced that holders of more than 87 percent of Belize’s U.S. Dollar Bonds have consented to certain amendments to the terms of those Bonds. Belize released a Consent Solicitation Statement on January 1...
  • Monster croc taken out of Belama

    For the past week, residents of the Belama area have been complaining on public forums on Facebook about the presence of crocodiles in the residential neighborhood. On Tuesday, March 14, as a result of a coordinated collaboration between the Belize City C...
  • UDP Mesopotamia Champion retires

    In the sport of Boxing there are many terms we often use to describe a boxer as he retires. Two of those terms are: staying in the ring too long and the latter is leaving at the top of the game. These terms could also be used in reference to Politicians. ...
  • Graduate degree and no job? What were you thinking?

    There are many young Belizeans with college degrees and no jobs. What’s worse is that many of those young college graduates have no clue where they can find employment. “No job noh deh,” is what many of them say. My question to them; however, is “...
  • Landy Habet threatens public officers over a horse race

    Orlando Habet, PUP area representative for Cayo North East was all too happy to grandstand on Monday March 13th about some horse owners not being able to use the Peter August horse race track. He complained that there was a lot of time and money invested ...
  • Johnny tells Julius shape up or ship out

    At the end of February Julius Espat fired some scathing remarks directed at the leader of the PUP, Johnny Briceno. He basically called his leadership ineffective claiming that the leadership was made up of Bench Players who had not proven their mettle in ...
  • Belize 22nd Session of the Ordinary Meeting of the Association of Caribbean States Ministerial Council

    The Association of Caribbean States (ACS) held its 22nd Session of the Ordinary Meeting of the Ministerial Council on March 10th, in Havana, Cuba. The ACS brings together 25 nations of the Caribbean region. These nations include the 15 member states of CA...
  • How many people will be affected by the BEL tax threshold adjustment?

    Rt. Hon. Dean Barrow presented his budget on Monday of this week and while there were those who had expected that this fiscal year would have been loaded with new taxes, the reality is that they are not as wide reaching as the naysayers would have wanted ...
  • NEMO minister undertakes flood mitigation program

    As Minister of National Emergency Management and Area Representative for Belize Rural North, Honourable Edmond Castro is carrying out a Flood Mitigation Program in preparation for the Rainy Season which normally begins in late May or early June. Currently...
  • Road & Drainage Infrastructure inaugurated in Punta Gorda, Toledo

    Residents of Punta Gorda and surrounding communities are now enjoying a safer and more pleasant street and drainage environment courtesy of the Government of Belize, which financed the project at a cost of $1,702,214.32 with funds through a loan from the ...
  • UDP Staying in Touch

    Over the past couple of weeks the United Democratic Party’s leadership including the Deputy Party Leader, Hon. Patrick Faber; Chairman, Alberto August and Secretary General Pearl Stuart; have been on a national tour across all constituencies countrywide...
  • Statistical Institute of Belize receives new IT equipment

    The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Forestry, the Environment and Sustainable Development handed over to the Statistical Institute of Belize (SIB) 25 DELL computer systems at a brief ceremony on Friday, March 10, 2017 at the National Agriculture and T...
  • Vitamins to be added to rice in Belize

    Ministry of Health officials have met with rice producers to discuss adding vitamin B12 to that very essential staple of the Belizean diet. The process is called fortification and as defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Food and Agricult...