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Supreme Court reinstates fired civil servants

The Supreme Court today handed down a landmark judgement in a case that challenged the constitutionality of the forced retirement of four public officers last year. And the effects of [...]

Robber hits an easy target

In crime news, a robber who targeted the Mennonite settlement of Springfield off the Hummingbird Highway made what is no doubt the easiest heist in his career. According to police, [...]

Controversy surrounds Belize statement at Hague

By international standards it is a tempest in a teapot, but these days anything even remotely touching the explosive Middle East situation seems to be hit by bomb fragments. How [...]

Music activist dies at 31

He was one of the movers and shakers on the local music scene and his energy will be sorely missed. Founder of the Larubéya drummers, Dax Thomas, died at the [...]

Honduran seeks missing relatives

A desperate family from Honduras is searching for their loved ones, missing now for more than a year. Fifty-four year old Edgardo Criveli, thirty-eight year old Juan Criveli, thirty-eight year [...]

City receives two traffic vehicles

This afternoon as part of an ongoing agreement between the City of Belize and the City of Evanston, Illinois, the Belize City Council received two more vehicles for their Transport [...]

Disabled Orange Walk man helps others

The concept of overcoming life’s obstacles is a staple of local newscasts, but our next story is even more inspiring than most. Jacqueline Woods reports on one remarkable man from [...]