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Private sector organizes to fight new business tax

It was first mentioned by the Prime Minister in March, tabled as a bill in the House last week and details didn’t reach the public until Wednesday. But by today [...]

Bradley vows to speak out, win or lose

In headaches of a political nature talk show host turned politician Dickie Bradley is demonstrating that he intends to keep speaking out — no matter which party is in power. [...]

Trinidad may pull out of CARICOM basketball

There is bad news for basketball fans as reports out of Trinidad and Tobago indicate that the T & T national basketball team has decided to withdraw from the CARICOM [...]

Cayo villager victim of apparent suicide

In crime news, a forty three year old man from the village of Las Flores, just outside Belmopan has apparently become the latest addition to the list of persons who [...]

All Saints student tops B.N.S.E.

For over five thousand candidates who sat the Belize National Selection Examination, judgement day has come. The results for the exam, which was held on May fourth, were announced today [...]

Pen Cayetano returns for music competition

He’s not here for turtle shells or pretty scenery. German based Belizean artist Pen Cayetano has come home not to play or paint, but to present a musical award named [...]

Library hosts reading competition

Several weeks ago we ran a story on the opening rounds of a reading competition sponsored by the National Library Service. This morning we returned to Princess Margaret Drive for [...]

G. Michael Reid on keeping Belize clean

“Beta no litta” was the theme of a particularly imaginative public service campaign to clean up the nation’s highways. But while the music had a good beat and the drama [...]