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U.D.P. alleges corruption in lands, education

It did not exactly come as a surprise, but the U.D.P.’s long awaited latest charges of scandal finally arrived this afternoon in the now classic form of the press conference [...]

Williams has U.S. passport, denies implications

While today was supposed to belong to the U.D.P., it was the People’s United Party that may have received the afternoon’s best news. For over a week, P.U.P. operatives had [...]

2nd suspect arrested in 6 month old murder

Eight months after Mark Dougal was beaten and killed, the police have made another arrest in the murder. Authorities have detained thirty-two year old Russell Garoy of a Banak Street [...]

144 Dell computers for Stann Creek & Cayo schools

The project got off to a late start, but in the last few weeks before elections the Intelco computers in schools initiative is making up for lost time. On Tuesday [...]

Voting challenges postponed to Friday

The Elections and Boundaries Department reports that as of January 2003, there were one hundred and seventeen thousand, four hundred and fifteen persons who are eligible to vote on March [...]

Electoral races are hot and heavy in Cayo

Our coverage of divisional races has thus far focussed on hot contests in Belize City. But if history is any guide, some of most fiercely fought battles have taken place [...]

Govt. signs wage pact with employees

Promises before a Belizean election are as plentiful as corn in Spanish Lookout. That’s why public officers made sure that they got it on the dotted line prior to March [...]

U.S. Army in Stann Creek on humanitarian exercise

Residents of the Stann Creek District should be getting used to the sights and sounds of Black hawk helicopters, as the U.S. Army is gearing up for another humanitarian exercise. [...]

New university to set up at Central Farm

A private university in the Cayo District? That’s right, this afternoon during brief ceremonies at Central Farm off the Western Highway, ambitious plans for Galen University were unveiled. Founders of [...]