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Crop duster crashes, pilot unscathed

A Belizean pilot is lucky to be alive tonight after he made an emergency landing in a banana field. Tom Murphy was flying a Weatherly 620B crop duster belonging to [...]

Bananas recover but market is cruel

While on the subject of bananas, there is good news and bad news to report from this major export industry. The good news is that following the devastation caused by [...]

Onset of rains also brings mosquitoes

It’s not what you’d call hard news, but for many Belizeans, the combination of oppressive heat, no breeze and swarming insects has made life miserable from Santa Elena to Barranco. [...]

PACT awards scholarships in conservation

The Protected Areas Conservation Trust, PACT, celebrated its seventh anniversary today. To commemorate the occasion, PACT awarded scholarships to four Belizean students to pursue degrees in natural resources management and [...]

Taiwan donates for new athletic track

Work on the installation of a modern synthetic track at the Marion Jones Sports Complex was supposed to begin last October, but like many commitments made in the heat of [...]

Prime Minister salutes ten years at El Pilar

Prime Minister Musa today took time out to recognise ten years of steady development at the El Pilar Archaeological Reserve. In a ceremony in the village of Bullet Tree Falls, [...]

Gwen Liz pageant raises funds for school

Beauty pageants are often a touchy subject for the people who put together this newscast, but when the contest in question is for a worthy cause, the consensus is that [...]

Toledo science fair highlights birds

There are few Belizeans who have not heard of or visited the Belize Zoo, but not everyone may be aware that the zoo’s outreach and educational activities extend far beyond [...]