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On March 8, 2013 By FiWeBelize
On Friday’s news, we broke the story of a small plane, an Aero Commander 500 which had left Belize airspace without filing a flight plan, or making the required checks with customs and immigration – which is both illegal and suspicious. As we reported at the time, it left Belize from the [...]Continue Reading →
March 7th marked a full year into the 2nd term of the current Government of Belize Administration, that’s 6 years as the crow flies. We would like to hear from you on how they have been doing and rate their job performance; they do after all, work for you. Once you vote, please leave a [...]Continue Reading →
Press Release by Government of Belize
Belmopan, 25th February, 2013. The Government of Belize, in discharge of its duty to ensure the safety and security of all persons in our country, hereby advises all members of the public that any attempt on their part to clear the Western Border can give rise to serious danger [...]Continue Reading →
On February 12, 2013 By FiWeBelize
The Referendum is set for October sixth and government has announced that its official position in support of going to the International Court of Justice to resolve the dispute once and for all. At least to the sixty percent of the voting public h is required to validate the referendum and patriotic sentiment is already [...]Continue Reading →
Strong words from a youth. While the system does what it does to keep crime level up and growing he sets sight on the community that refuses to do their part to fix the problem.Continue Reading →
Micah Goodin has been featured many times on our newscast for his youthful and outspoken position on various social issues. His most recent appearance was on behalf of the 500 new students at the University of Belize who are forced to pay an addition $150 in registration fees.
Well tonight, he is not wearing the [...]Continue Reading →
Thanks to Rhenae Nunez
That was the impression I got from listening to our leaders after the grizzly discovery of four bodies with their throats slashed at an apartment at the corner of Dean and Plues Streets.
The rampant murders in the streets of Belize City’s Southside has worn thin on the [...]Continue Reading →
Published on Dec 7, 2012
Please take a look at this facebook group http://www.facebook.com/JasminesJustice for details of what the international media ignores.
Belize is close to bankruptcy and with bankruptcy, countries, just like companies give no advance warning, you just wake up to chaos.
Music by: Nick [...]Continue Reading →
Since June of 2012 the Mayor of Belize City, Darrel Bradley has been setting a launch date for the prospectus of a BZ$20.0m Municipal Bond. In finance a prospectus is a marketing document that describes the “offering” (Municipal Bonds) and commonly provides the potential investors (lenders) about the operation [...]Continue Reading →
by Audrey Matura-Shepherd on Tuesday, October 23, 2012
I do not know how many Belizeans have been following the news of the 14 year old Pakistani girl Malala Yousufzai, who was targeted and nearly killed by the Taliban for supporting education for girls. It is indeed a sad story and one which [...]Continue Reading →
FiWeBelize stands with the movement to fight for our nation from a grassroots base.
If 31 plus years of failures from both PUP and UDP is not enough to prove to you that the current system will only keep making things worst for us then I have no idea what will. Today more than ever [...]Continue Reading →
On October 15, 2012 By FiWeBelize
The Canadian government has stepped up to the plate to assist the jewel to solve crime, specifically gun violence, which is presenting a huge challenge to law enforcement. A sophisticated piece of equipment, worth in the range of two million dollars was handed over to the Ministry of National Security today. It is called IBIS, [...]Continue Reading →
On September 8, 2012, an oil tanker named the Miramis, arrived in Belize City with fuel from Venezuela’s national oil company, PDVSA.
The UDP Administration has reactivated a long standing Petrocarib agreement that has been laying dormant for 6 years. Petrocaribe is compsed of 14 countries (including Venezuela) that signed the Petrocaribe Energy Cooperation Agreement [...]Continue Reading →
Atina Ferbs of Belize City reported that on 30th September, 2012 at 6:30pm she had a misunderstanding with her sister Eve Ferbs, 12 yrs, Student who then left home and has not returned since. She is of dark complexion, about 4 feet in height, has brown eyes weighs about 114 lbs, has long hair and [...]Continue Reading →
A new phenomenon called “Hit Me on the Hips” is surfacing more and more in Belize. Last week the National Committee for Families and Children (NCFC) presented the results of a study on the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Belize.
Through that report it was realized that phenomena was real and that more people [...]Continue Reading →
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