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Voting data now fully computerized

Chances of another election before 2003 are slim and the Elections and Boundaries Department is taking advantage of the lull. The department has decided to step fully into the world [...]

Van rolls four times, occupants unhurt

This afternoon, two Belize City men were involved in a spectacular traffic accident but somehow managed to walk away uninjured. According the driver, Jaime Castellanos, the van was heading from [...]

Falling tree crushes Mennonite

Logging is known as one of the most dangerous professions and on Tuesday it claimed a life. According to police reports 24-year old Abraham Neufield, a resident of the Mennonite [...]

Prisoners were out but Supt. says they were supervised

As we reported yesterday, on Tuesday afternoon, residents of Central American Boulevard frantically called our newsroom claiming to have seen two known maximum security prisoners walking the streets in civilian [...]

Rotoract helps out Youth Hostel

It seems everyone’s got a computer to give away these days but this time its not government or a big corporation but a local youth group doing the giving. Interact, [...]

BTL holds open day

After E. P. Yorke’s successful EXPO on Tuesday, today, Belize Telecommunications Limited decided to take a stab at this open day thing. The company decked out their displays and invited [...]

Eclectic exhibition at Image Factory

The Image Factory in Belize City has earned a reputation as an art gallery of wide ranging tastes. This week that reputation is being bolstered by a show featuring items [...]

Abandoned youth searches for family

There is no shortage of unsolved mysteries in Belize. The list includes: who tortured and killed a half dozen Belize City girls? Whatever happened to the Garbutt family on the [...]