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Credit Unions flex the muscles of local finance

In a nation whose economy is subject to a high degree of foreign penetration, Belize’s credit unions stand out as a bastion of local ownership and control. This morning credit [...]

Cops find ammo, mask at abandoned house

With the pressure building against the possession of illegal firearms it appears that some gunmen are keeping the tools of their trade out of harm’s way. But police are catching [...]

Christian musicians to entertain southside

On Saturday evening the football field behind the St. Martin De Porres primary school will come alive, not with sport, but with song, as a number of musical groups will [...]

New books add to environmental curriculum

This evening two publications: an environmental activity guide and manual, were handed over to the Ministry of Education by the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor Project and the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef Systems [...]

New high school opens in Belmopan

The City of Belmopan boasts a new educational institution as official ceremonies were held this morning for the opening of Our Lady of Guadalupe High School. Located on the grounds [...]

Children’s KTV competition begins this weekend

Most news coverage of children has not been particularly encouraging these days, as our youngest citizens have been too frequently cast as victims: of automobile accidents, robberies, shootings and sexual [...]

Toledo celebrates indigenous foods

Recently released statistics indicate that the district in Belize with the most poverty–and the only one where poverty is actually increasing–is Toledo. And while it may have been a coincidence, [...]