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Construction workers strike in the Capital

This morning, construction workers in Belmopan dropped their shovels and hammers and picked up placards and banners to protest what they are calling the “political games” jeopardising their jobs. Over [...]

Wife murdered, husband kidnapped

Tonight it appears that a murder in Chetumal over the weekend is linked to the sudden disappearance of several people in the Stann Creek District. Reports to News 5 are [...]

Neighbours’ quarrel end in gunshot

Neighbours fighting over the fence is hardly unusual, but it is time for concern when they start shooting each other. Reports to police are that twenty-five year old Gerald Dougal [...]

GOB responds to “extreme environmentalists”

Following the recent publication of an article published in both international and national newspapers regarding the Chalillo dam, the Government of Belize has gone on the defensive against what it [...]

New classrooms for All Saints

Every September, schools throughout the country are faced with the challenge of having more students than space to put them. This year was no different, but at least one Belize [...]

Hoteliers/airlines still optimistic about tourism

Reports from the U.S. are that while long lines rule Los Angeles International, Miami Airport is a ghost town, indicating that many Americans are still afraid to fly in the [...]

Life 101 with Professor Thomas Green

In the hustle and bustle of the workday, it’s hard to imagine a life not dictated by the clock. But in this next story, you’ll meet “Mista Thomas” a man [...]