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Prisoner escapes for second time in 2 weeks

The last time he escaped, his family brought him back to jail…so you can bet this time around, he won’t be rushing home. That’s right, for the second time this [...]

Chief Magistrate assaulted in court

41-year old Noel Mejia has had the book thrown at him…but only after he threw some blows at a magistrate. Police report that on Wednesday Mejia became agitated when his [...]

P.M. in Britain to strengthen relations

Prime Minister Said Musa is in the United Kingdom seeking to improve relations with the nation that once held the reins of power here. On Wednesday Musa met with Robin [...]

Social Security explains proposed changes

It’s had its share of bad publicity, but that has not stopped the Social Security Board from trying to get its message out to the public. This week SSB officials [...]

Fire sale at Gaylord’s

It wasn’t your typical day of shopping, but the price was right today on King Street as the damaged goods from Gaylord store were finally salvaged. Investigations have apparently been [...]

BEL opens new headquarters

After many years of renting office space on Barrack Road, Belize Electricity Limited has built itself a new home on the Northern Highway. This morning, accompanied by champagne toasts, Minister [...]

Journalist reports on “Black Mexico”

The theory that Africans explored the continents of North and South America long before Columbus is not a new one, but in a new publication journalist Lamont Muhammad brings the [...]

Boy with brain tumor receives help

One week after we brought you the story of 9-year old Kurl Kingston, the young boy who is battling with a brain tumor and is in need of immediate surgery [...]

Poor test scores examined by ministry

On Wednesday when the results of the Primary School Exam were made public, more than a few people were surprised at what appeared to be some disappointingly low grades. According [...]