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P.M. receives final report from Political Reform Commission

They decided not to recommend replacing the Queen as the Head of State; they don’t feel it’s time to remove the Governor General, nor do they believe electing a president [...]

Man shot after hitting another with bike

Turning to crime, a young man in Belize City says he was shot after accidentally knocking into another man with his bicycle. Twenty-one year old David Williams says he was [...]

Security guard fights attackers

Shortly after David Williams was shot, police received another call, this time from Kiss Restaurant on the corner of Mapp Street and Freetown Road. According to reports, just after nine [...]

Hospital employee claims supervisor broke his jaw

In every workplace, employers and employees may not get along all the time, but what happens when a disagreement gets physical? According to Guy Tillett, an employee for over eighteen [...]

San Pedro teens missing

A young man from San Pedro is looking for his little sister and her friend who ran away, saying they are on their way to Canada. According to Abel Santos, [...]

University of Belize act reviewed by Cabinet

In Tuesday’s Cabinet meeting Ministers came one step closer to making the proposed University of Belize a reality by agreeing on its legal framework. The ministers also considered an act [...]

Family Services relocates to Commercial Center

The Family Services Division has a new home. This arm of the Ministry of Human Development and Women is now located on the second floor of the Commercial Center. At [...]

Volunteers build sidewalk at primary school

Ever since the days when St. John’s Anglican Primary School was St. Michael’s College the rainy season has meant students have had to wade through mud and water to get [...]

Nigerian doctors and nurses to serve in Belize

They are professionals in their own country, but they will spend the next two years working in Belize as part of a technical assistance program. This morning fourteen Nigerian doctors, [...]