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High water continues to disrupt nation

As predicted, rains continue to inundate much of the country today to cause floods, threaten property and hinder travel on major highways. According to the Ministry of Works, the following [...]

City shooting leaves San Pedro woman injured

Tonight a San Pedro woman is at home recovering from a gunshot wound she received while in Belize City. According to twenty-seven year old Elaine Mejia, a resident of the [...]

Caye Caulker stabbing victim in critical condition

Meanwhile, another islander remains in critical condition tonight as he recovers from stab wounds sustained early this morning. According to Caye Caulker police, nineteen year old Edward Requena was walking [...]

Fourteen-year-old alleges forcible rape

A Belize City family is still in shock and disbelief tonight after their daughter claims she was raped as she slept in her bed. According to police, a fourteen-year-old girl [...]

Rumour of killers’ capture in Mexico called false

The rumour mill was in high gear today after reports emerged that Belize’s two most wanted men: Patrick Robateau and Leslie Pipersburg, had been caught by Mexican police in Chetumal [...]

B.E.L. hosts regional utilities meeting

This week over fifty representatives from utility companies all over the Caribbean are in Belize to discuss the state of the energy industry post September eleventh. The meeting is part [...]

P.M. urges use of alternative energy

Speaking at the opening ceremonies of the CARILEC symposium this morning, Prime Minister Said Musa took the opportunity to once again call for support of Belize Electricity Limited’s hydro-electricity project [...]

Anthology showcases women writers

Thirteen Belizean women writers are to have their literary works published in an anthology of short stories titled: “Memories, Dreams and Nightmares.” The book is the fifth publication in the [...]

B.T.B. helps university’s hospitality programme

With the tourism industry in Belize booming it’s no surprise that many Belizeans are seeking employment opportunities within the sector. Responding to the increased activity, last year, the University of [...]

Cuban artist exhibits at Mexican centre

If you’re looking for a way to take your mind off the stress of everyday life, you might find some welcomed solace viewing the masterful strokes of paint on canvass. [...]

Camp Oakley receives a makeover

They learn the skills involved in camping out in the great outdoors…but their own camping centre near Burrell Boom has deteriorated to the point where the word rustic is a [...]