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Belize denied petition for rehearing of appeal over Glenn Godfrey’s claim for US$22 mil plus interest

Belize denied petition for rehearing of appeal over Glenn Godfrey’s claim for US$22 mil plus interest

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. May 11, 2017–The US Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit yesterday flatly denied a petition from the Government of Belize to reconsider its recent decision in the case being pursued by former [...]

In keeping pace with technology, SJC History Department launches digital Caste War project

In keeping pace with technology, SJC History Department launches digital Caste War project

BELIZE CITY, Fri. May 5, 2017–St. John’s College (SJC) made a bold step today into the digital world, which has for a while now been the domain of at least a generation of Belizean youth, who [...]

Next batter up – former Immigration Minister, Elvin Penner!

Next batter up – former Immigration Minister, Elvin Penner!

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. May 4, 2017–The Senate Select Committee continued its hearing into the Auditor General’s Special Audit with a focus on Won Hong Kim, the South Korean criminal who received a Belizean nationality certificate and [...]

Muslim Daughter, Christian Mother: Alana Raybon and her mom, Patricia Raybon to be hosted on Sunday’s Moments of Inspiration

Muslim Daughter, Christian Mother: Alana Raybon and her mom, Patricia Raybon to be hosted on Sunday’s Moments of Inspiration

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. Apr. 27, 2017–KREM’s Virginia Echols will feature on her show, Moments of Inspiration, from 6:00 am – 8:00 am this Sunday, April 30, Patricia Raybon, an award-winning author, and her daughter, American Islamic [...]

International Festival of Culture will hold regional writers’ conference on May 6

International Festival of Culture will hold regional writers’ conference on May 6

BELIZE CITY, Mon. Apr. 24, 2017–The Community of Artists for Cultural and Historical Endeavors are celebrating their seventh International Festival of Culture with a regional writers’ conference that will be held at the Mount Carmel High [...]

David Jenkins, former Amandala photographer, passes at 83

David Jenkins, former Amandala photographer, passes at 83

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. Apr. 20, 2017–Amandala was saddened to receive news this week of the passing of David Emmanuel Alexander Jenkins, Sr., 83, who worked for several years as the newspaper’s photographer. Jenkins, Sr., passed away [...]

Beyond the Horizon 2017

Beyond the Horizon 2017

Provides healthcare for Ladyville residents and surrounding areas LADYVILLE, Belize District, Sun. Apr. 9, 2017–A throng of people went out early on Sunday morning, April 9, to seek the medical attention that is being provided by [...]

Belize Police Department shakeup in the works

Belize Police Department shakeup in the works

BELMOPAN, Cayo District, Mon. Apr. 3, 2017–In July 2015, the Belize Police Department conducted its last major shakeup of the department’s senior command. At that time, the Eastern Division was broken down into three divisions which [...]

Sedi will take your questions on the KREM WUB

Sedi will take your questions on the KREM WUB

BELIZE CITY, Mon. Apr. 3, 2017–Minister of Foreign Affairs and Home Affairs, Wilfred “Sedi” Elrington—the man who has, by the nature of his public comments on the Belize-Guatemala border become the most controversial Minister in the [...]

GOB never exercised its full power to order Ashcroft to interconnect with Intelco

GOB never exercised its full power to order Ashcroft to interconnect with Intelco

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. Mar. 30, 2017–When the Government of Belize, under the Said Musa administration, opened the telecommunications market 15 years ago to allow competition with the formerly state-owned Belize Telecommunications Limited (now Belize Telemedia Limited [...]