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B.E.L.: sabotage dangerous and costly to consumers

It began as a tactic to support efforts by the unions and political Opposition to force the resignation of the government and hold new elections. But the sabotage of the [...]

Freak storm rocks Orange Walk with wind, rain, hail

As if B.E.L. repair crews in Orange Walk did not have enough to worry about, last night they and local residents faced the havoc created by mother nature in the [...]

Foreign Ministry issues yearbook

It’s not going to change the world, but it just might change how the world sees Belize. It’s called the Belize Foreign Policy Yearbook, 2004 and is designed to keep [...]

G.O.B. seeks relief from Miami court ruling

And while the Foreign Affairs Minister was upbeat about the new book, there was no getting around the fact that Belize is mired in a foreign affair that has a [...]

Tertiary students seek positive action

Since the violence and destruction of April twentieth in the commercial capital, the silence from the student body governments of the University of Belize and Saint John’s College Junior College [...]

Burglar caught hiding under bed

It’s a good thing that a twenty-one year old Belize City woman decided to call the police instead of walking into her house after noticing something amiss with her front [...]

Would-be rapist collared by cops

If the following story doesn’t make you lock your door, then I don’t know what will. Police report that around four Tuesday afternoon a thirteen-year-old student of Kraal Road was [...]