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YWCA elects new Board of Directors

by Charles Gladden BELIZE CITY, Wed. July 10,...

BCC and Peak Outsourcing sign MOU

by Charles Gladden BELIZE CITY, Wed. July 10,...

Belize’s National Assembly welcomes new Acting Clerk

by Kristen Ku BELIZE CITY, Tues. July 2,...

Belize awarded BZD$250 million by MCC

Photo: Prime Minister, John Briceño At a Special Sitting of the House of Representatives held today, legislation was passed to establish an implementing agency for grant projects in the education and energy sectors. by Marco Lopez BELIZE CITY, Thurs. July 11, 2024 In April of this year, the...

Judgement reserved for constitutional claim against Police Department

Photo: Shama Foster A student/tour guide alleges he was subjected to a violent search and then physically assaulted by police to stop his recording of their actions. The claim is based on the right...

Appeals of Mason et al dismissed by Court of Appeal

Photo: William “Danny” Mason by Roy Davis (freelance writer) BELIZE CITY, Thurs. July 11, 2024 In a judgement 59 pages long that was given today, the Belize Court of Appeal dismissed the appeals of William “Danny”...

“While Passing Through” by Bev-E

Photo: Beverly Lemoine Gutierrez at book launch by Charles Gladden BELIZE CITY, Thurs. July 11, 2024 A revised and expanded edition of Belizean author and activist, Beverly Lemoine Gutierrez’s book, While Passing Through, was released today, Thursday, July...
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Did police officer assist escape of murder suspect?

Photo: Ellis Meighan by Charles Gladden BELIZE CITY, Thurs. July 11, 2024 31-year-old Ellis Meighan of Belize City is still wanted in Belize for the murder of 32-year-old Roy Lee Burgess and the attempted murder...

865 dengue cases in Belize, says Health Ministry

Photo: Kim Bautista, Chief of Operations at Vector Control by Charles Gladden BELIZE CITY, Tues. July 9, 2024 Amandala has confirmed with the Ministry of Health that there are over 800 active cases of dengue fever...

BCC and Peak Outsourcing sign MOU

by Charles Gladden BELIZE CITY, Wed. July 10, 2024 The Belize City Council and Peak Outsourcing-Belize International Ltd., a business process outsourcing (BPO) company, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Wednesday, July 10, at City Hall in downtown Belize City. First established in Dumaguete and Makati in the Philippines in 2011, under the name Pinoy Partners Incorporated Limited, Peak Outsourcing expanded its operations to Belize in 2022 and set up its offices on Coney Drive in Belize City, with initially around 120 agents. The purpose of the MOU is to create a bridge for employment opportunities and career development for the residents of Belize City. Peak Outsourcing will partner with the Belize...

Editorial

Sizable deportation could provoke Bukele-type response

It’s not our call to influence who fills the leadership positions in other countries, but it is incumbent on our leaders to consider the implications of foreign elections, particularly...

Kidnapping trial for “Danny” Mason and Ryan Rhaburn adjourned

Photo: William “Danny” Mason (above) and Ryan Rhaburn by Roy Davis (freelance writer) BELIZE CITY,...

Belize’s National Assembly welcomes new Acting Clerk

by Kristen Ku BELIZE CITY, Tues. July 2, 2024 Following the resignation of Mr. Eddie Webster as the National Assembly’s Clerk, the Assembly’s Staff Committee Chair and Speaker of the House, Hon. Valerie Woods, accepted the credentials of the new Acting Clerk, Mrs. Anita Pech, whose assumption of the...
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Griga man dies after motorbike hits dead cow

by Charles Gladden DANGRIGA, Stann Creek District, Wed. July 10, 2024 After fighting for his life for a little over three days, a Dangriga resident who on Friday, July 5 was thrown to the ground...

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In North Amerikkkan Blues, written in 1971, I tried to explain what had happened to me in America to change...

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Belize has a culture which seemingly delights in promoting...

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The Tony Awards victories of two actresses of Belizean...

Labour Party’s Keir Starmer is new UK prez after historic election sweep

Photo: Keir Starmer, new UK president (Photo: Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters) by...

Hurricane Beryl’s devastation in the Caribbean

Photo: Communities destroyed by Beryl in St. Vincent and...

Decolonising Belize’s graduation ceremonies

Sunday, July 7, 2024 Dear Editor, “Land of Hope and Glory,...

Dissatisfied with Belize Companies and Corporate Affairs Registry (BCCAR)

Monday, June 24, 2024 The Editor, Amandala Attn: Hon. John Briceño,...
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Features

Six hours away from big trouble

by Colin Hyde The government should pass a law giving...

Should I go or should I stay?

Monday, July 8, 2024 I know that the press can...

The Sleepwalking Defense

by Joey Garcia Thursday, July 11, 2024 If I say, “sleepwalker,”...

Pomp and circumstance!

Wednesday, July 10, 2024 I read this letter to the...

Sports

BEBL eena hot waata… AGAIN!

Game 3 of the BEBL finals to be replayed? by...

Defenders win game 3; Hurricanes protest

Photo: Referee signaling to remove no points by Charles Gladden BELIZE...

Belize wins third straight in C.A. U23 Women’s Volleyball Championship

Belize secured its third straight win in the Central...

BEBL finals tied, 1-1

by Charles Gladden BELIZE CITY, Mon. June 24, 2024 The best-of-five...
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