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Illegal Honduran is COVID-19 case #24

BELIZE CITY, Fri. June 26, 2020-- The Director of Health Services (DHS), Dr. Marvin Manzanero, reported today, Friday, that another positive case of COVID-19...

Opposition members blast Government’s $60 million loan motions

BELMOPAN, Fri. June 26, 2020-- At one of his early press conferences, when the country was just getting ready to do battle against the...

Belize City Council commences Belize Acceleration Program

BELIZE CITY, Mon. June 29, 2020-- Mayor Bernard Wagner, the Belize City Council and collaborating partners today made history with a one-of-a-kind program to...

Imports down 39.7% in May, says SIB

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. June 25, 2020-- The Statistical Institute of Belize (SIB) reported that Belize’s imports for May 2020 saw a dramatic decrease of...

PGIA will open August 15

(Continued from the Friday edition of June 26, 2020) BELIZE CITY, Thurs. June, 25, 2020-- Health Ministry CEO Dr. George Gough said that we are...

Recollections from a Granddaughter

Thank you for the garden. Your impact has helped us all bloom, I remember your table set to eat mornings, nights, and noon. I remember the pretty...

PLB Election shenanigans; strife returns to football family

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. June 25, 2020-- In the midst of a stalemate in the proceedings of the Premier League of Belize (PLB) Elective Congress...

FFB clears the air

BELIZE CITY, Wed. June 17, 2020-- Football Federation of Belize (FFB) General Secretary, Earl Jones was the man on the spot yesterday morning at...

Pulu and O.J. big-up 16-year-old scholar athlete Kendall Morgan of Wesley College

BELIZE CITY, Mon. June 15, 2020-- With the easing of restrictions in the State of Emergency, a number of schools will be free to...

Doug Singh and Aaron Humes

Ah, I knew one day I’d get to this interview that led to the fall of a UDP favorite. Of course I know that...

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Belize has 45 days to tighten our defense

The Government of Belize, in what might be considered a desperate move to gain US dollars, has announced a plan for a limited reopening...

Lord Ashcroft buys a greater share of Belize

News of a pending sale of Scotia Bank Belize, which had been operating in our country since 1968, has been floating around since last...

Four UDP men want to lead nation

The two major political parties in Belize, the United Democratic Party (UDP) and the People’s United Party (PUP), would like persons who are not...

Something isn’t right at the Port

Most businesses in Belize and the world have been suffering financial losses because of the COVID-19 pandemic, so no one would be surprised if...

From the Publisher

While it is almost never applicable or relevant to compare situations in our little Belize with those in the superpower United States of America,...

From the Publisher

There were things I did not understand about what happened on the night of May 29, 1972, in the streets of Belize City, and...

From the Publisher

This column is late, and it is not direct in its message. It is written to place in some kind of context the brutal...

Andy Jones writes on farming

Dear Editor, I would like to start off by first thanking you for keeping us informed during this COVID pandemic. Your newspapers were hard to...

THE CULTURE OF TIPPING IS A LEGACY OF SLAVERY

Life is a constant struggle. It is said that we are the ones who decide what kind of life we want to live, while...

A call for help 

Dear Editor, Recently, the Ministry of Education announced its intentions to reopen schools by August 10. That is a little over a month away, and...

Black lives matter

Dear Publisher, My daughter Melody, letting her voice be heard and showing respect, including, on her poster, a picture of your book cover and quote. The...
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BELIZE CITY, Sun. June 21, 2020-- General elections are scheduled to be held in November, but the COVID-19 pandemic has delayed the selection of...
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From the Publisher en Español

Si bien casi nunca es aplicable o relevante comparar situaciones en nuestro pequeño Belize con las de la superpotencia Estados Unidos de América, la...

From the Publisher en Español

Había cosas que no entendía sobre lo que sucedió la noche del 29 de mayo de 1972 en las calles de la ciudad de...

From the Publisher en Español

Esta columna llega tarde y no es directa en su mensaje. Está escrita para ubicar en algún tipo de contexto el brutal ahorcamiento de...

From the Publisher en Español

Una noche en la tribuna de UBAD, hace muchos años, a principios de la década de 1970, de la nada, el finado Galento X...

Lord Ashcroft compra una parte mayor de Belize

La noticia de la venta pendiente del Banco Scotia Belize, que había estado operando en nuestro país desde 1968, ha estado flotando desde el...

Cuatro hombres UDP quieren liderar la nación

Los dos principales partidos políticos en Belize, el Partido Demócrata Unido (United Democratic Party, UDP) y el Partido Unido del Pueblo (PUP), desean que...

Algo no está bien en Port

La mayoría de las empresas en Belize y el mundo han sufrido pérdidas financieras debido a la pandemia de COVID-19, por lo que nadie...

Fallando en nuestra responsabilidad con la próxima generación

En la Santa Biblia, en el Libro de Génesis, se nos dice que al quinto día Dios creó las grandes ballenas, todos los peces...

TO OBSERVE and PROTECT: Community Alert Patrol and the Fight Against Police Terror

My name is Ron Wilkins and I headed the civilian police monitoring group in Los Angeles known as the Community Alert Patrol (CAP) founded...

Exclusive: “Sorry is not enough”, Caribbean states say of British slavery apologies

LONDON, June 19, 2020 (Reuters)-- British financial institutions that benefited from slavery such as Lloyd’s of London should go further than saying sorry for...
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