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Maya site museum robbed of artifacts

It was an audacious crime but it now appears that the thieves may have had more guts than brains. On Wednesday night a gang of burglars broke into the small [...]

Man arrested for $20,000 robbery

Nearly three months after a daylight heist on North Front Street netted one thief $20,000, a Belize City man has been arrested and charged with the crime. This morning Jermaine [...]

Ground broken on new Belmopan classrooms

In Belmopan today, the Prime Minister got a chance to do some manual labor. The occasion was the groundbreaking for a new school building being built for the expansion of [...]

New SUV tested in Belize

Even though Belize’s roads are awash in brand new sport utility vehicles, the bunch of SUV’s we found parked off the Northern Highway by Bella Vista still raised a few [...]

Women’s poetry showcased at cultural centre

I’ve heard men say the day they understand a woman, is the day they die. Well boys, understanding comes with listening and tonight, both men and women will be doing [...]

Blue Creek farmer pioneers irrigated rice

This weekend marked the continuation of one of the driest dry seasons in recent memory, with many parts of the country receiving less than half of their normal rainfall for [...]

Cashew Festival showcases village culture

Earlier in the week we offered a short preview of this weekend’s Cashew Festival taking place in the idyllic village of Crooked Tree. If that wasn’t enough to get you [...]