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Dengue’s back, destroy mosquito breeding spots

The Pink Hibiscus Mealy Bug may have residents of Belize City anxiously examining their plants, but they may also want to start checking their yards for stagnant water. That’s right, [...]

B.E.L. workers threaten to strike

Belize Electricity Limited got a shock from its employees this week, when they threatened to walk off the job. The Belize Energy Workers Union says it will go on strike [...]

P.M. asks for fairer trade, supports Taiwan

Prime Minister Said Musa took his annual turn at the podium of the United Nations General Assembly this morning. In a concise tightly written address Musa paid homage to the [...]

Protecting reef focus of regional meeting

Belize’s Barrier Reef has long been enjoyed by divers and is one of our major tourist attractions. The other countries of the region understand the moneymaking potential of the reef [...]

Man hospitalized for gunshot to head

A young man is in the hospital with a bullet lodged in his skull after he was shot on Wednesday night. Twenty-three year old Mark Conorque was riding his bicycle [...]

Fire Chief says gas truck accident in Succotz preventable

Although butane gas companies agreed last year to stop using tanker trucks on house to house visits in developed areas, the practice continues, and on Wednesday two men and two [...]

Body found in Soldier Creek

The body of a man who is believed to have drowned in Soldier Creek was found this morning. Twenty-one year old Fenton Bowen of Manatee Gales Point had gone hunting [...]

Courts holds third Millennium Mania Draw

Five Courts Belize customers, each became two thousand dollars richer in the Furniture and Electrical Superstore’s 1999 Millennium Mania Draw. The draw was the third so far and the last [...]

Missionaries bring Bibles to Belize

Twenty thousand Bibles in Belize City… it’s no miracle but the result of a group of missionaries. The goal of “Project Word” is to give Bibles to anyone who wants [...]

Pelican Street residents say crime out of control

The new Commissioner of Police Hughinton Williams and his Assistant Commissioners Carmen Zetina and Hugh Cain promised to do what they can to bring down crime, especially in Belize City. [...]