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Teacher v. Church case concludes

Arguments in the case of teacher Maria Roches and the Catholic Church were concluded today in the Supreme Court with Chief Justice Abdulai Conteh now considering his decision. Appearing for [...]

Ashcroft: I.C.C. “got exceptional concessions”

The new owners of Belize Telecommunications Ltd. spent their first full day in charge getting acquainted with the company’s staff and operations, but the Belizean public is still in the [...]

Departure fee up $30 for visitors

For the second time in two weeks the tourism industry has taken a major hit at the hands of government. Last week it was the announcement of a twenty-eight percent [...]

Abandoned drug plane found in O.W.

One visitor arriving by air who will not be paying any departure tax is the pilot of this plane that landed sometime last night near the village of San Lazaro [...]

Souvenir book highlights Holy Saturday race

The competition has been heating up all year and the stage is now set for cycling’s biggest day on Holy Saturday. To get the hype going even more, the Belize [...]

7 compete in Miss S.C.A. pageant…

That Belizean cultural staple known as the beauty pageant will be in full flower this weekend as two Belize City educational institutions will be showing off to the public. On [...]

While S.J.C. also goes on stage

They’re among the top academic performers in the country; but more than just book-worms, students of Saint John’s Junior College want to show the community they also know how to [...]

Elephant Man arrives for concert

It’s a scene that has been played out many times in the past…a throng of media gathered on the tarmac of the Philip Goldson International Airport to welcome a performer, [...]

All Saint’s student is top district speller

It’s that time of year again… so let’s cut to the chase at Holy Redeemer Parish Hall. Patrick Jones, Reporting Eighteen primary school students from the Belize District competed against [...]