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Gerald “Lord” Rhaburn: Belizean. Calypsonian. Cultural Icon.

by Khaila Gentle BELIZE CITY, Wed. Sept. 21,...

PM visits Belizean diaspora in New York and D.C.

by Khaila Gentle BROOKLYN, New York, Mon. Sept....

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Gerald “Lord” Rhaburn: Belizean. Calypsonian. Cultural Icon.

by Khaila Gentle BELIZE CITY, Wed. Sept. 21, 2022 Dominique Noralez said it best when she...

PM visits Belizean diaspora in New York and D.C.

by Khaila Gentle BROOKLYN, New York, Mon. Sept. 26, 2022 Prime Minister Hon. John Briceño left...

Belize City Children’s Rally returns to the Civic Center

by Khaila Gentle BELIZE CITY, Fri. Sept. 16, 2022 The atmosphere inside the Belize City Civic...

Owen Morrison, former principal of BelizeTechnical College, passes

by Khaila Gentle BELIZE CITY, Thurs. Sept. 21, 2022 Many will remember Mr. Owen Morrison as...

Milestone revelations; towards a “People’s Constitution”

On Assad Shoman’s Independence Day message to Belizeans Monday, September 26, 2022 As our political leaders have proclaimed on our Independence Day, Belizeans are “valiant and...

The road to better buses

The ideal for the transportation industry would be for top-of-the-line buses to be on the road serving commuters from Punta Gorda to Consejo and...

The state of our economy and its engines, 2022

Today, just a few days before Independence Day 2022, we are much better off than we were two years ago when we were in...

Uncomfortable truths; the myth and reality of the Tenth

Monday, September 12, 2022 It is said that a house divided against itself cannot stand, and the Belizean people continue to be divided on a...

Only those with blinders on don’t care who they do business with

Some politically connected individuals who are in support of the Waterloo investment proposal to improve the bulk storage facilities and build a cruise ship...

Size matters. Where to, Belize?

Monday, Sept. 5, 2022 “If I knew then, what I know now …” That is often the lament of some old folks, looking back on...

The Caribbean Court of Justice—seeing through different lens

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), the highest court for Belize, has presided over some high-profile cases involving the government and people of Belize...

“Only the people…”

Mon. Aug. 29, 2022 The power of “big money” is never more evident than around election time. As one famous American quote puts it: the...

UDP’s financially sound BISL move saved flag from disgrace

The announcement this week that the government has reached an agreement with the Ashcroft Group and a Panamanian law firm on the buyout/takeover of...

The legacy of political favoritism

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:“Cronyism is the practice of partiality in awarding jobs and other advantages to friends or trusted colleagues, especially in politics and between politicians and supportive...

Three PM’s weren’t pleased with Ashcroft’s “social” impact

   Last week Mr. Vaughan Gill, the host of the People’s United Party’s The Whip morning show, charged that the Waterloo port project, which...

Conquering hate

“We recognize there is this issue with gangs in our communities …  This gang warfare is not good for the city; it is not...

Population growth and race/ethnicity concerns

   The Ministry of Immigration announced recently that a surprisingly low number of persons who are illegally in Belize had applied to have their...

Our Hopkins dilemma

lawyers, human rights, national security, and justice Monday, Aug. 8, 2022    As a people faced with a major national crime problem, a number of citizens...
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