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Youth Parliament confronts HIV/AIDS

Their behaviour as model legislators was exemplary. And while today’s youth parliament may have lacked the theatrical fireworks of the real thing, the serious mood only underlined the importance of [...]

Gasoline, butane prices rise

For those optimistic souls who thought the overthrow of Saddam Hussein would mean a drop in the price of petroleum, we have some bad news. Gas gawn up again. A [...]

P.U.C. fights B.T.L. on rate hikes

By any account, it’s about as close to a rock and a hard place as you can get. Tonight the Public Utilities Commission is charged with finding common ground between [...]

Beaver Dam Bridge opens to traffic

The project had been planned for years, but it took a record flood and near disaster to make it a reality. Patrick Jones reports on the nation’s newest bridge. Patrick [...]

Crown Counsel gets the boot

He was hired barely a month ago, but tonight the nation’s newest Crown Council is without a job. Michael Peyrefitte, who also served as the press spokesman for the office [...]

Universal Health celebrates 1st anniversary

It was not all that long ago when the best medical advice a Belizean doctor could give a seriously ill patient was “go to Merida”. Today more Belizeans than ever [...]

Three women artists display at Image Factory

The majority of the original Image Factory Art crew may have made the transition from self-employed iconoclasts to publicly supported icons, but that doesn’t mean the old neighbourhood has been [...]