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AIDS pandemic threatens economic growth

With most of the region’s economies still limping along in the aftermath of 9-11 and the ensuing global recession, representatives of Caribbean governments were today given more bad news. They [...]

Living with AIDS: discrimination hurts

But while it’s one thing to plot strategies to deal with the economic impact of the AIDS epidemic, it’s quite another to experience the harsh reality of living with the [...]

Another man stabbed by woman

In crime news police have yet to apprehend the woman who fatally stabbed Mark Peters on Tuesday night near B.T.L. Park on the Barracks… But they have charged another female [...]

Teachers prepare for students with special needs

According to education officials, one in every ten children in Belize has a disability…be it attention deficit disorder, dyslexia or an impairment like immobility or blindness. It’s a sobering statistic, [...]

Buju arrives for debut concert

Whether “Destiny”, “Murdera”, or “Psalm 23 “is your favourite song, tonight we’re just over twenty-four hours away from one of the biggest acts to ever hit the stage at the [...]

Byron Lee returns with Belizean singer

To some people, they are the pirates of the Caribbean, sampling songs from various musicians throughout the region to come up with catchy compilations. But to most Belizeans, September isn’t [...]

Two Mexican artists display at cultural centre

Having shown off their traditional culture at Memorial Park for the last several days, you’d think the folks at the Mexican Embassy would be content to kick back and nurse [...]

Carnival bands prepare for road march

Saturday afternoon the streets of Belize City will come alive with the sights and sounds of carnival. As part of preparation for the big day last night the various bands [...]