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Village lives in fear of escaped con

His escape from prison late last month caused a stir in the media, but as the days went by the public’s interest in Roberto Yatxol began to wane. Yet, as [...]

Amandala newspaper hit by robber

Big guns to steal a little bit of money…that seems to be the trend in a spate of robberies to hit Belize City. The latest incident happened on Thursday afternoon [...]

Brave citizen honoured in Cayo

And on a more encouraging note, this week a brave citizen, who nabbed a thief in the act, has been recognised by his community. The Cayo Crime Committee has presented [...]

Correction: T-Dog found innocent of prison killing

And a correction to a crime story we broadcast yesterday… In reporting on the arrest and charging of Mark “T-Dog” Stuart for the murder of Dean Belisle, we offered a [...]

Greenwood (still president) responds to critics

In physics we are taught that every action produces an equal and opposite reaction. That law of science can also be applied to other fields of endeavour, like tourism… as [...]

Producers exhibition opens at Princess

While locally made products no longer attract the stigma of inferiority that plagued the era of import substitution, the challenges facing Belizean producers–particularly in today’s global economy–are no less daunting. [...]

Canadian scholarships offered to Belizeans

And if you’re going to attend BelPro ConEx this weekend you may want to stop in at a display dealing with scholarships to schools in Canada. Six Belizean students have [...]

Preschool teachers polish skills

As the first contact with formal learning for an increasing number of Belizean children, pre-schools are a key building block of our educational system. And as Patrick Jones reports, our [...]