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Infant’s throat cut

It was a terrible discovery to begin with and now the story appears to be even more shocking. A post mortem today on an infant found over the weekend in [...]

Citrus shipped to Europe from Commerce Bight

Despite depressed world prices and some technical glitches in the early months of this year’s fruit processing, there is cautious optimism in southern Belize over the future of the citrus [...]

Strike at H.C.L. II continues

While the future of citrus appears to be looking up, the situation at at-least one large orange farm is still very much up in the air. Workers at the Hummingbird [...]

Lobster season closes

Lovers of lobster should take note that as of today, eating or even possessing your favorite delicacy could land you in trouble with the law. Closed season for spiny lobster, [...]

Fonseca attends CDB/IMF conference

Minister of Economic Development Ralph Fonseca represented Belize at a Caribbean Development Bank/International Monetary Fund conference in Barbados over the weekend then met with potential investors in New York. The [...]

City Council candidate expelled from PSU

The Public Service Union has expelled its Secretary General because he is running for political office. The PSU says they made the decision because Hubert Enriquez represents public officers, who [...]

Tourism award forms on internet

The Belize Tourism Board is reminding visitors, travel writers and local private sector travel and tour organizations that there is still time to make nominations for the first tourism awards. [...]

Animals featured on stamps

The Philatelic Bureau has released its Animals Definitive Issue, or if you’re not a collector and need a translation: the post office has animal stamps. The twelve new stamps include [...]

BEL holds forum on Challilo

The Challilo Dam. The words conjure up different images for different people. For some, it represents a more efficient way to reduce the cost of electricity. Others envision the flooding [...]