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Agripino Cawich laid to rest in state funeral

It was a send off the likes of which are rarely seen in the nation of Belize, let alone its sweltering capital. Official business came to a halt this morning [...]

4th victim of car crash dies of injuries

The death of Agripino Cawich is not the only one we note tonight. We have been informed that forty-four year old Martha Reimer, severely injured in a road accident on [...]

Privy Council denies injunction against Chalillo

The Chalillo hydroelectric project is today one step closer to shaking off the legal challenges that have dogged it almost from its inception. This morning the Privy Council in London [...]

Police investigate disappearance

It has been almost a month since thirty-seven year old Astrid Perrera-Cheng, co-owner of the local technology shop, U.S. COM, was last seen in Belize. She was supposed to board [...]

P.U.C. explains electricity policy

It is one of those bodies you don’t hear much about until the phone company raises rates or the electricity company decides to build a dam, but today the Public [...]

Regional trade negotiator calls for unity

Today businessmen and women from across the country met in Belize City to discuss the future of the nation’s international trade. Facilitating the talks is Dr. Richard Bernal, Director General [...]

Injunction granted against tourism village pier

While most cruise ship agents in Belize City are eagerly awaiting the opening of the second phase of the Tourism Village, tonight one local restaurateur is seeing red. Carlos Romero, [...]

Coaches look far and wide for softball talent

It’s been a very long time since the Golden Girls put Belize on the map of international softball and those tales of past glory are no substitute for today’s hits, [...]