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Mother of missing child asks for help

With the murder of Karen Cruz in Orange Walk still fresh on everyone’s mind and the brutal deaths of Sherilee Nicholas and Jackie Malic, and possibly Jay Blades still haunting [...]

Mennonite still held hostage

But Erica Wills’ family isn’t the only one worried about a missing relative. Tina Penner and her four small children are still waiting for the return of Menno Penner who [...]

Truck crush man in Orange Walk

A fatal traffic accident in Orange Walk on Thursday afternoon has left one dead and another in serious condition. According to police, Twenty-seven year old Teodoro Cowo and his passenger [...]

Gas station attendant held for accidental shooting

Police are investigating what may be an accidental shooting early this morning at the F and O Gas Station near the BelChina Bridge. Gas Station attendant Jose Gomez reported to [...]

N.C.F.C. holds weekend workshop

Members of the Swim Across Belize for Outstanding Relief, SABOR, will be taking to the waters on Sunday July fourth. The swim to raise awareness about Cancer and funds for [...]

Ombudsman says he will be impartial

In keeping with its manifesto promise to appoint an Ombudsman to investigate cases of alleged abuses of power by the government or government departments and ministries, at the last sitting [...]

B.T.L. offers Internet use monitoring

Webcrawlers beware, B.T.L. is closing in on computer hackers everywhere. Internet subscribers will now be able to monitor their Internet usage by simply clicking on to the webpage and [...]

Yolanda Crombie new Rotary President

When she joined the Belize Rotary Club in 1992, she was one of three women members. Yesterday, Yolanda Crombie became the first female president in the club’s forty-three year history. [...]

Manatee rescue course held at BIM

The interaction between people and those gentle sea mammals, the manatee is usually limited to brief sightings when they raise their noses and blow air above the water as we [...]

YMCA offers summer programs

For the past week, volunteers from St. Louis, Missouri have been training Belizean volunteers in the areas of aquatics, camp and education, gearing up for next Tuesday when girls and [...]

G. Michael Reid talks tourism

Those who live in small developing countries often complain about the lack of resources, but tonight G. Michael Reid points out that Belize has more than its share of attractions. [...]