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Intelco says “soon come”

It’s a sales pitch we’ve heard before: Don’t worry…soon, soon; we’re coming; we’re ready to compete. But since its last press conference in December, we haven’t heard a peep out [...]

B.T.L. cuts off foreign phone cards

If the new developments at Intelco gave consumers at least a glimmer of hope for lower telephone and Internet rates, a decision taken by B.T.L. has dealt a severe blow [...]

P.M. addresses CARICOM opening

The CARICOM summit opened this evening in Montego Bay, Jamaica with a number of perennial regional projects about to reach critical mass; among them the single market and economy and [...]

Cops seize M-16 rifle

In crime news, another high-powered weapon has been removed from the streets of Belize City. Police report that on Tuesday they seized an M-16 automatic rifle and seventeen rounds of [...]

Comatose accident victim moved to Guatemala

In an update to some recent stories, we are informed that twenty-two year old Albert Gomez, shot in his mouth by assailants at his Stake Bank fishing camp, is showing [...]

Music educators promote recital

Last December the Ministry of Education conducted a survey on music education in Belize. It was discovered that some schools had no musical programme, while others had varying levels of [...]

YWCA teaches kids, adults to swim

Learning to swim: it’s a rite of passage that, unfortunately, not all Belizeans experience. This morning News 5′s Jacqueline Woods learned that for those with the desire, it’s as easy [...]

Archaeologists delve into nation’s past

A major archaeology symposium got underway this morning at the Princess Hotel…and as predicted on yesterday’s newscast, there was indeed some gold buried in those hills of academic jargon. I [...]