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Arguments end in B.T.L. case; judge to rule soon

Word from Miami tonight is that the long running legal nightmare called I.C.C. versus Government of Belize is about to end. Both sides in the battle for ownership of B.T.L. [...]

No break in case of missing 4-year-old

If you follow news from the United States of America you know that the big story of the week was the miraculous rescue of eleven year old Brennan Hawkins, found [...]

?Eureka!? says Times; not so says government

It’s not often that we find newsworthy material on the pages of the Belize Times, but a story in today’s edition could not be ignored. Entitled ?Eureka!? the five-paragraph report [...]

Manslaughter conviction thrown out by Appeals Court

A man originally accused of murder, but convicted only of manslaughter, had his conviction completely overturned yesterday by the Court of Appeal. Benjamin Chulin of Orange Walk was cleared, his [...]

Prosecution drops charges in two sex cases

Two cases involving adult men having sex with children fell apart today in the Supreme Court when the teens failed to appear to testify. Defendant Mark Tucker, a police officer [...]

Statistics show environmental slippage

The fourth annual compilation of Belize’s environmental statistics was officially launched this morning…and major findings are signalling a dramatic increase in the amount of pollutants contaminating the country’s land, sea, [...]

Course emphasizes role of parenting

Experts have long contended that many of the country’s social problems, especially the rise in violent crime, are the direct result of the breakdown of the traditional family. With that [...]

Corporal punishment of children: still an issue

In Belize there is no law against corporal punishment for children under the age of sixteen including those in the primary education system. In fact, Section thirty-one of the Criminal [...]

P.S.E. scholars honoured for achievements

They say you should save the best for last and so tonight we bring you the best of the bunch… at least, according to their scores on the Primary School [...]