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BEL will buy power from sugar company

It didn’t make any headlines, but on Friday two of Belize’s corporate giants signed a deal which may ensure the future of Belize’s biggest agricultural activity and at the same [...]

Mexican president-elect to visit Belize

It is not a state visit because he is not yet head of state, but on Friday President-elect of Mexico Vincente Fox will pay a brief visit to Belize. Details [...]

Honduran boat sinks, 4 rescued in Belize

Four of seven passengers who went missing after the boat they were traveling in capsized, were found alive this morning. Ruset Connor, Wayne Connor, Angimar Connor and Orlando Bodden, all [...]

Costa Maya pageant opens tonight

Tonight festivities at San Pedro kick off for the annual Costa Maya Festival. Five young ladies from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Belize will do their best to woo [...]

S.I. signed to regulate tour boats

Today Minister Mark Espat, in conjunction with the Belize Tourism Board signed into law a statutory instrument to regulate water taxis and pleasure boats. The move is part of an [...]

Espat credits diverse product for tourism success

Improving the quality of services has become a priority of the government, particularly since tourist arrivals have dramatically increased during the last year. Espat credits the tourism boom to the [...]

Delegation leaves for Carifesta

Today a contingent made up of a wide cross section of Belizean entertainers and artists is on its way to St. Kitts and Nevis to participate in Carifesta seven. The [...]

Yabra Cemetery receives facelift

It is one of the city’s most revered historical sites, but the years have not been kind to Yabra Cemetery. As part of an urban renewal project, a section of [...]