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Government agrees to $5 rise in butane

The flames on Belize’s stoves were burning brightly today as government granted importers of liquid petroleum gas their requested price increase. A hundred pound cylinder of butane delivered in Belize [...]

Fire destroys Belize City house

An early morning fire burned flat to the ground an abandoned two-storey house at number forty-eight East Canal in Belize City. An eyewitness who didn’t want to appear on camera [...]

KHMH awaits badly needed repairs

While most of Belize has gotten over the devastation of Hurricane Keith, one institution in Belize City continues to feel the pain. During our frequent visits to the KHMH it [...]

Govt. provides more help to cane farmers

The current season will not be a good one for the Sugar industry. Not only did farmers have to face a drop on international markets, but they have also had [...]

Korea donates computers to mayors

The Republic of Korea has donated seventeen computers to the Government of Belize. The government is now passing them on to the nine municipal councils as part of its strategy [...]

Kids receive late Christmas treat

Some kids on the south side of town today received a late but very welcomed Christmas treat. A small group of children gathered on Pelican Street this afternoon to receive [...]

Stadium gets facelift for Jones visit

The National Sports Council today released a detailed itinerary of next week’s historic visit by world champion sprinter Marion Jones. As expected, it’s a strenuous schedule that may even tax [...]

Cyclist heads to Cuba for training

Belizean cyclist Quinton “The Baddest” Hamilton leaves Belize on Monday to participate in a sports training exchange with the largest Caribbean island, Cuba. The six to eight week programme is [...]

Belize City man protests canceled lease

Twenty-seven years ago, when the Northern Highway was little more than a two lane potholed track, George Betson leased a piece of land at mile two from government. Today, with [...]