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Diplomat attacked at Taiwanese Embassy

This week two Chinese merchants were assaulted by thieves at their shops, but today there was the most brazen and surprising attack of all. This time the incident was not [...]

B.D.F. soldiers home from Honduras

They’re home. The B.D.F. soldiers deployed to Honduras last month to distribute supplies and goods returned to Belize today. During their time away they learned a lot about conducting a [...]

Cow causes fatal accident on highway

One man is dead after a traffic accident between mile thirty-five and thirty-six on the Northern Highway. At about six thirty yesterday evening thirty year old Bernadino Najarro was driving [...]

Second bridge closure creates traffic jam

If you thought the traffic was bad during the Hurricane Mitch evacuation that was nothing compared to the traffic snarls and delays this afternoon. City residents have been patient enough [...]

Colombian Vice President visits Belize

This morning the Prime Minister Said Musa received a courtesy call from the Vice President of Colombia, Dr. Gustavo Bell Lemus. Lemus was accompanied by Vice Foreign Minister, Maria Fernanda [...]

Maria Elena Vasquez, Mother
“I noticed he had problems urinating and that his testicles got hard and she had trouble walking; he had to ho

The Friends of Pediatrics are once again sending a child away for surgery. But this time coordinating the trip took several weeks instead of days due to Hurricane Mitch and [...]

Hummingbird School opens new classroom

In Belize City, except for a few infant schools most primary schools are large buildings with hundreds of students. But for those parents and teachers who want a more personal, [...]

Cruise line chooses Belize as destination

Belize has been touted as an eco-tourism destination for some time now, meaning that the tourists who come are supposed to appreciate what Belize has to offer without destroying it [...]

G. Michael Reid on domestic violence

Tonight G. Michael Reid takes what will probably be one unpopular view — at least with the ladies — about why the problem of domestic violence is so prevalent. According [...]