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Conch Shell Bay resident latest murder victim

The echo of gunshots on the streets of Belize City has sadly become a fact-of-life, forcing many Belizeans to become unwilling witnesses to one murder after another. In the wee [...]

No proposals package yet in Bz/Guat talks

Tonight both Belizeans and Guatemalans are patiently waiting for the outcome of negotiations regarding the settlement of the centuries old territorial dispute. Delegations from both sides of the border remain [...]

UDP campaign launched with a bang

If your lamppost isn’t covered with political paraphernalia yet, wait, it will come. Election season is now in full swing, marked by the official launch of the UDP campaign on [...]

St. John’s Cathedral promotes annual food fest

For the past six years, the parishioners of St. John’s Anglican Cathedral have worked hard to restore their beloved building to its former glory. Progress has been constant, albeit slow, [...]

G.O.B. opens section five of Southern Highway

With new tourist destinations opening up in the south, the factor of getting visitors there as comfortably as possible is a huge consideration. But improvements to the Southern Highway are [...]

Parents: School expenses burdensome

For more than a few parents, the start of the new school year will come as a reprieve from the long months of summer. But alas, there is a downside. [...]

St. Michael’s students to stay home; no classrooms

But in Belize City, some students have an extra week of freedom because they’ve got their desks, their chairs but whoops, no classrooms. Approximately, one hundred and eight, second and [...]