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Guatemalan settlers should be out by Monday

The process of evacuating illegal Guatemalan settlers from three sites continued today with no major complications. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the evaluation of crops and dwellings in [...]

UDP plans major demonstration for Saturday

Five years ago massive public demonstrations were a key part of the People’s United Party’s strategy to unseat the government in power. Now it’s the United Democratic Party’s turn to [...]

Two arrested for chain snatching

Police have arrested and charged Maurice Usher and Hubert Sterling, both eighteen, of Belize City with theft and damage to property. The charges arose out of an incident Wednesday around [...]

School burglar caught red handed

On this newscast we regularly report school burglaries and lament that the cruel hearted thieves are never caught. This morning was a little different. Police nabbed Elvis Gideon, of a [...]

Plans presented for managing coastal zone

The Coastal Zone Management Authority and Institute may be a mouthful of words to pronounce, but its mission is pretty straightforward: preserve and sustainably develop a vital part of Belize’s [...]

Seniors kick up dust at House of Culture

While much of Belize City languished in a post Valentine’s stupor, one corner of the old capital was kicking up some dust. Ann-Marie Williams reports. Ann-Marie Williams, Reporting This Valentines [...]