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Torrential rains spawn floods in south and west

Ever since Hurricane Iris carved a path of destruction across southern Belize last October, Belize’s weather has been remarkably benign. The recent dry season proved mercifully short and the seasonal [...]

Two killers remain at large

It’s a story that was pushed off the front page by the weather, but in any case, there is little to report in the aftermath of Tuesday night’s quadruple homicide [...]

Fisherman busted for early lobsters

Earlier in the week we ran a story, pegged to the opening of lobster season, that stressed the importance of fishermen observing conservation laws. These regulations, it was explained, are [...]

Students win trip to Mexico City

Next week, two Belizean students will visit Mexico City on an official tour, their prize for winning competitions held earlier this year. Nine-year-old Grace Primary School student Shenice McKoy and [...]

AIDS drugs become more available to Belizeans

Medical advances around the world over the last decade have radically changed the prognosis for people with HIV and AIDS, as new drug treatments have greatly prolonged the length and [...]

Baskteball league discovers parity

Sports on this newscast is usually reserved for Monday and the sharp tongue of James Adderley. But today we make an exception. In case you haven’t noticed, the action in [...]