P.C. Randolph Scott in court for alleged sexual assault on female officer

A police officer, sworn to protect the public, is accused of betraying the trust of a fellow police officer. According to police, P.C. #1149 Randolph Scott Jr., 30, of Neal’s Pen Road in Belize City, allegedly approached a female officer working at Precinct Four Police...

PSU concerned over transfers of several immigration clerks

The Public Service Union (PSU) has raised its hackles over the reported transfers of several immigration clerks who may need to assist in the ongoing investigations over the passport and visa scandals. President Marvin Blades says that in the first instance, protocol has not been...

Stakeholders of the Sugar Industry are planning for the future

Planning for the future – that’s what stakeholders of the Sugar Industry are presently engaged in. It is expected that in October of 2017, changes to the EU sugar regime may impact prices in Belize’s major export market, reducing revenue from Belize sugar sales....

Condition of San Estevan Road highlighted in House

The condition of the San Estevan Road in the Orange Walk District has long been a concern for commuters and residents of that area. And with the recent rain, the lack of a proper drainage system prohibits water from running off the road – devastating the streets even more....

PM says moves are being made to deal with corruption in Lands Department

Prime Minister, in front of a group of Belizean Diaspora in Los Angeles, admitted that the Lands Department is “a hotbed of corruption.” He further mentioned that his administration has been making moves to purge out said corruption, but what are they? Well, the PM...

Belizean Sherilyn Jones heads the Museum Association of the Caribbean

Last week we showed you the regional meeting of the Museum Association of the Caribbean. Now we can report that for the next 12 months, Belize has received the honor of leading that association. The woman holding the post is Director of Museums and Houses of Culture, Sherilyn...

Department of Youth Services hosts youth cook-off

                On Tuesday The Department of Youth Services hosted a youth cook-off in which the participants had to make a three-course meal and drink for three hungry judges. But it is not quite as easy as it sounds. For more we join...