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P.U.P. Senator blasts Govt. over job cuts

These are not good times for Said Musa and his People’s United Party government. Out of money and out of credit, facing major lawsuits at home and abroad, under political [...]

Youth alleges he was kidnapped and sodomized

Police are looking for the owners of a red van bearing taxi plates following a report by a Belize City youth that he was sodomized by the driver. The fifteen-year-old [...]

San Pedro robbers hit store for $14,000

Thousands of dollars in merchandise was reported stolen from a store in San Pedro on Tuesday. Lizando Gonzalez was inside his business, Three Brothers Boutique on Pelican Street, around four-thirty [...]

Appeal backfires; criminal faces life

A career criminal with more than forty convictions to his discredit, tried to get his latest prison sentence reduced, but finds himself facing life behind bars. Kenrick Domingo, otherwise known [...]

Hollywood heartthrob buys caye

He visited Belize as a tourist–in fact, our camera once caught him by accident as he walked through the airport incognito–but now it seems that the next time Hollywood heartthrob [...]

Belize signs on to regional oil pact

While the attention was focused this week on the visit of Mexican President Vicente Fox and talk of a possible PEMEX gas station in Belize, the Minister Responsible for Energy, [...]

Caribbean tax auditors improve anti-fraud skills

For the past two weeks, more than twenty tax officials representing governments from the Caribbean have gathered in Belize City to participate in an annual workshop concentrating on financial auditing [...]

Arts camp opens in July

It’s that time of the year when many parents are wondering what they can do to keep their children focussed and out of trouble over the long summer holiday. That’s [...]

Youth Cadets urged to stay straight

He may have criticised waste and high overheads in the Youth Department, but that did not dampen the enthusiasm and pride of over two dozen families who this morning attended [...]

Bidding lively at police auction

A large crowd gathered at the Queen Street police station this morning, but they weren’t there to wait for loved ones picked up in a base round-up. They came to [...]