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Answers on girl murders still in short supply

They were particularly grisly crimes in which five young Belize City girls were abducted and killed over a sixteen-month period. Despite vows by authorities to solve the crimes quickly and [...]

Suspect arrested in shooting of vendor

Police have arrested and charged twenty-one year old Roque Rosado of Neal’s Pen Road in Belize City with attempted murder, deadly means of harm, dangerous harm and robbery in connection [...]

Hurricane repairs begin on San Pedro schools

Proceeds from the twenty million U.S. dollar hurricane relief loan recently approved by the IDB are already being put to use. One of the first projects to be initiated, by [...]

New appointees for Elections and Boundaries Com.

Two new members of the Elections and Boundaries Commission have been appointed. They are Herbert Panton, a reporter for the Guardian Newspaper, and attorney Samira Musa Pott. Pott and Panton [...]

Deadbeat dads will get community service

In news from Tuesday’s Cabinet session a government release reports that a number of new legislative initiatives will be undertaken shortly. One measure, which will bring relief to fathers behind [...]

BEL donates for AIDS billboards

As observance of Aids Week continues, Belize Electricity Limited has announced a donation, which will keep Belizeans aware of their responsibilities all year round. The four thousand dollar gift will [...]

Study shows little impact on reef from farming

A study on the effect of mainland agriculture on the barrier reef suggests that the present level of farming has not been harmful to the marine environment. The Watershed Reef [...]

Tourism police grow in numbers, respect

They are often regarded as second class citizens in the law enforcement community; officers who are empowered to stop crimes but more often wind up giving directions to befuddled visitors. [...]