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Farmed shrimp is nation?s #1 export

It does not involve thousands of farmers like the sugar industry, support two processing factories like the citrus industry, or cover the vast acreage of the banana industry. But when [...]

Alliance Against Aids burgled…again

In crime news there was an overnight burglary in Belize City…and while that is hardly an unusual occurrence, the fact that this particular venue has been hit five times has [...]

Heavy rains leave residents stranded

Like burglary, the flooding of certain Belize City neighbourhoods following heavy rains is hardly the stuff of headlines. But try telling that to residents whose homes have become Islands. Jacqueline [...]

New release promotes roots & culture

It’s a dilemma faced by many cultures today, that is the battle to keep important traditions alive for the next generation. One local musician is using his lyrics to urge [...]

Village dispute threatens progress

In the popular mythology, life in a Belizean village is supposed to be a heavenly experience in which the neighbours are always friendly, exotic fruits and succulent game meats grace [...]