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Doctor impersonator released by police

The strange death of Denfield Williams is no closer to resolution tonight as tests on the body remain inconclusive and a man who entered William’s hospital room impersonating a doctor [...]

Two immigration officers detained

While the forty-eight hour deadline may have sprung Allan Garbutt Bol, it looks like a pair of immigration officers detained in the Benque Viejo jail will not be so lucky. [...]

Witnesses cross-examined in murder trail

The trial of Patrick Robateau and Leslie Pipersburg resumed this afternoon in courtroom number two before Justice Troadio Gonzalez. The duo is accused of robbing the Bowen and Bowen distribution [...]

British Forces radio helps B.C.V.I.

Each Year, the Belize Council for the Visually Impaired, hosts summer camps for disabled children across the country. The trips motivate the children and help them deal with the challenges [...]

Mexican artist exhibits at cultural institute

With Belizean art hitting the cultural scene hard and often, it’s no wonder that international artists are also keen to have their work displayed in local galleries. The Mexican Embassy [...]

Ageing council lays out plans

Over half of Belize’s population may be under eighteen, but the folks at the high end of the age spectrum are still able to kick up some dust. Today they [...]

Poets jam at House of Culture

It was dubbed “Poets R Us”, a chance for anyone with a poem in their head, heart or notebook, to let it all hang out. An impressive crowd, mostly students, [...]