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Conman wanted by cops

He may not be carrying a handgun, but there is no doubt that armed only with a smile and a handshake, the subject of our lead story is dangerous. Jacqueline [...]

Belizean/American soldier wounded in Iraq

Her name has not surfaced in this newscast before, but six months after the fact we have learned that a Belizean serving in the U.S. Army has been wounded in [...]

P.M. prepares for Monterrey summit

Over the weekend, Prime Minister Said Musa and Minister of Foreign Affairs Godfrey Smith will depart Belize bound for Monterrey, Mexico for the Special Summit of the Americas. According to [...]

Fmr. weather boss returns to head CARICOM centre

There are few among us who will easily forget the successive onslaught of storms named Mitch, Keith, Iris, and Chantal. But unknown by people my age, an earlier generation lived [...]

Expert says ethanol makes sense for Belize

The Public Utilities Commission is best known for its role as a regulator of monopoly industries…but it also has a lesser-known function as a promoter and planner. Today the P.U.C. [...]

Butane prices up by $4/100 lbs

And while scientists and economists discuss the feasibility of ethanol, Belizean consumers are once again being forced to pay higher prices for fossil fuels. A government release informs us that [...]

She nurses animals back into the wild

You’ve seen them all over the country: animals that are supposed to be wild, tied up or caged as pets. Ever wonder what happens to these creatures when their owners [...]