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Common-law wife of accused child molester wants children back

Earlier this week the common-law wife of former S.J.C. teacher Carlos Milan, accused of molesting her seven-year-old daughter, filed an affidavit with the Magistrate’s Court to drop all charges. Today [...]

$52,000 counterfeit U.S. found in Orange Walk

Orange Walk police have discovered fifty two thousand dollars in counterfeit U.S. currency at an Orange Walk Town hotel room. As a result of the discovery, three men have been [...]

P.G. youth charged with raping niece

An eighteen year old has been charged with raping his twelve year old niece. Reports are that Martin Chen, a laborer of Poppy Show Road in the Toledo District went [...]

Utilities Commission Bill passed by House

Among the election promises made by the P.U.P. was the establishment of a Public Utilities Commission to regulate rates being charged to consumers. Today the government moved one step closer [...]

U.D.P. questions need for conditions for marital rape

While the Public Utilities Commission may have an impact on the Belizean pocketbook, reducing crimes against women and children is the purpose of another Bill presented by Minister of Human [...]

B.T.L. to pay largest dividends ever

Over five hundred shareholders crowded the Biltmore Plaza Thursday night to find out just how well their company, B.T.L., performed over the last financial year… and they weren’t disappointed. Gross [...]

Y.E.A. holds family day

This Saturday, the inmates of the Youth Enhancement Academy will host family and selected friends at the Ladyville compound at their second “Family Day”. They want the people they care [...]

Lions discuss plans for 2000

On Sunday the Belize Club of the International Association of Lions will meet in its first cabinet meeting to discuss its plans for the year 2000. Governor of District 59, [...]

Peace Corps volunteers sworn in

They are about to be assigned to villages all over the country for two years of service, but today thirty Peace Corps volunteers were sworn in by the American Ambassador [...]

Streets of Belama named after popular personalities

Belizeans have always had a fondness for honoring special people by naming something after him or her. There is the Leo Bradley Library, the Gwen Lizarraga High School, the Baron [...]