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Belize City Council urges citizens to get fit

The Belize City Council is calling all citizens to join a fitness awareness run on Wednesday morning. The event will challenge runners of all levels to hit the pavement in [...]

Chinese Assn. donates to feeding programme

With the opening of primary schools set for next week, the nation’s feeding programmes are getting ready to supply hot meals to needy children. The task for the kitchen at [...]

Family agrees to air their story of HIV/AIDS on TV

We hear about HIV/AIDS in public awareness campaigns, but we seldom hear about it from the people who are actually suffering, or whose loved ones are infected. This is not [...]

Magistrate foils attempt on his life

Initial reports swirling around Belize City were that Chief Magistrate Herbert Lord had been murdered. But while Magistrate Lord is alive and well tonight, there was an attempt on his [...]

One dead, two injured in Western Hwy. crash

It has become a notorious strip of highway, and this weekend–yet again–police and rescue personnel were called to the scene of another fatal accident. This time it was a collision [...]

Child killed by truck in Orange Walk

A child was knocked down and killed in the Orange Walk District on Friday morning. Nine-year-old Juan Carlos Velasquez was standing on Santa Familia Street when a towhead truck driven [...]

Gunman fires at B.D.F./Police patrol on Kraal Rd.

It is not yet clear if the incidents are related, but there were two shootings on Kraal Road and another on Mahogany Street in Belize City on Saturday night. Two [...]

Sobig virus affects B.T.L. server

Those of you who depend on email for business, or to stay in touch with friends and family, probably noticed that over the past several days your messages were slow [...]

Juvenile Justice solutions explored in Costa Rica

There are daily reports of young men and women finding themselves on the wrong side of the law. And while a community frustrated with the crime situation might be tempted [...]

B.T.L. wins softball nationals

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and we’re rolling out yet another fresh issue of Sports Monday. Over the weekend Rogers Stadium hosted the best of the best in Belizean softball [...]

Officials still mum on T-Dog’s death

Police and prison officials remain tight-lipped about Wednesday’s fatal shooting of notorious inmate Mark “T-Dog” Stuart at Hattieville prison. According to a police press release, a post-mortem conducted yesterday concluded [...]

Third case of incest reported, father charged

It may be a case of publicity prompting people to come forward…but two more children have reported to police that they had been raped by their father. The latest case [...]

“Made in U.S.A.” is theme of expo

As Belize’s biggest trading partner you wouldn’t think that Uncle Sam would need to do much here in the way of export promotion, particularly in view of the twenty-four seven [...]

Europe will open to Belizean shrimp

Shrimp, the product that will likely take over as Belize’s biggest export, is about to gain some new markets. According to the Ministry of Foreign Trade, thanks to a concerted [...]

Photo exhibition features Mexico City

Two weeks ago we were treated to a look at Belize through the uniquely focussed camera lens of Richard Holder. Tonight a photographer from Mexico offers a look at his [...]

Theatre producer seeks actors for next play

His name is becoming synonymous with Belizean theatre and Curtis Gillett is wasting no time in pulling new talent onto the stage. Gillett, who just produced the well-received “Dear Counsellor”, [...]

National softball competition opens this weekend

When played well it’s a beautiful game to watch…and chances are that fans will get their fill of good looks when Belize’s best female softballers compete over the next two [...]

Officials still mum on T-Dog’s death

Police and prison officials remain tight-lipped about Wednesday’s fatal shooting of notorious inmate Mark “T-Dog” Stuart at Hattieville prison. According to a police press release, a post-mortem conducted yesterday concluded [...]

Third case of incest reported, father charged

It may be a case of publicity prompting people to come forward…but two more children have reported to police that they had been raped by their father. The latest case [...]

“Made in U.S.A.” is theme of expo

As Belize’s biggest trading partner you wouldn’t think that Uncle Sam would need to do much here in the way of export promotion, particularly in view of the twenty-four seven [...]

Europe will open to Belizean shrimp

Shrimp, the product that will likely take over as Belize’s biggest export, is about to gain some new markets. According to the Ministry of Foreign Trade, thanks to a concerted [...]

Photo exhibition features Mexico City

Two weeks ago we were treated to a look at Belize through the uniquely focussed camera lens of Richard Holder. Tonight a photographer from Mexico offers a look at his [...]

Theatre producer seeks actors for next play

His name is becoming synonymous with Belizean theatre and Curtis Gillett is wasting no time in pulling new talent onto the stage. Gillett, who just produced the well-received “Dear Counsellor”, [...]

National softball competition opens this weekend

When played well it’s a beautiful game to watch…and chances are that fans will get their fill of good looks when Belize’s best female softballers compete over the next two [...]

“T Dog” shot to death by prison guard

One month after he was remanded for the murder of Dean Belisle, twenty-eight year old Mark “T Dog” Stuart is dead, killed by a prison officer at the Hattieville Correctional [...]