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Privy Council green lights Chalillo

The controversy has been going on for so long that it’s hard to believe it’s finally over. This morning in London the Privy Council, Belize’s final court of appeal, handed [...]

BACONGO will monitor project closely

Moving ahead was also on the mind of those on the losing side of the four year long controversy. While he admitted that this particular legal battle was over, BACONGO [...]

Decomposed body found in Belize City

Police report the discovery of human remains today in a bushy area of the Linda Vista neighbourhood at mile two on the Western Highway. What’s left of the totally decomposed [...]

Fire reported on Ambergris Caye

Late reports out of San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, indicate that a fire is currently being fought on that island. The blaze is reported at a house approximately one and a [...]

Lauriano charged with murder

The long arm of the law has finally reached out and touched Darrington Lauriano. Lauriano is the man police believe shot and killed twenty-three year old Kareem Broaster as he [...]

No confirmation yet on meningitis

The Ministry of Health says lab results have still not determined if a nine month old baby who died at the Belmopan Hospital on January twenty-fifth had Meningitis, but they [...]

Sibun Bridge officially opened

As anyone who regularly drives the Hummingbird Highway can tell you, there’s nothing like a near collision on a one lane bridge to make you realise the importance of proper [...]

Maya leaders not satisfied with negotiations

Negotiations have been taking place for years, and their case has been taken up by the O.A.S. …but so far representatives of Toledo’s Maya residents are not satisfied with the [...]

CET students show off culinary skills

With the tourism industry achieving double digit growth and more Belizeans than ever dining out, logic dictates that there is a shortage of trained personnel in the restaurant trade. Today [...]