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Godfrey can’t escape responsibility, says McMillan

The blame game continued in Belmopan today, as the Special Senate Select Committee conducted its sixth public hearing in its investigation into the investment portfolio of the Belize Social Security [...]

Another S.S.B. loan goes bad

As if the Social Security Board didn’t have enough to worry about, we are informed this week that another one of its major loans has gone bad. A notice in [...]

Tourist dies after snorkelling trip

An American visitor to Belize died on Wednesday following a trip to Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Fifty-two year old Mary Krinich had been snorkelling with a group of fellow tourists, [...]

Corozal child suffocates while playing in sand

For students, the summer holidays are supposed to be carefree and fun, but on Wednesday a little boy was found dead in San Roman Village after apparently suffocating in a [...]

Toledo man detained for rape of 5-year-old

Police in the Stann Creek District have detained a twenty-three year old man for the molestation of a five-year-old girl. The child’s mother told police on Wednesday that her daughter [...]

Magistrate troubled by Floyd Brown’s I.D.

Two men wanted by U.S. authorities for alleged drug trafficking offences six years ago will be given an extradition hearing despite some confusion about the identity of one of the [...]

Arson suspected in Cayo restaurant fire

A fast food restaurant in San Ignacio was destroyed on Wednesday night. The San Ignacio Fire department says they received a call around nine twenty-five but were unable to save [...]

Emily meant a week without cruise ships

Belize may have dodged a bullet with Hurricane Emily, but the storm was not without impact on Belize’s economy. We’re talking cruise ships, or rather, their absence. According to the [...]

Mormons donate to Human Development Ministry

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, better known as the Mormons, has long had a presence in Belize–usually in the form of young pink-faced missionaries who could [...]

London bombing victim was volunteer in Belize

On July seventh, fifty-six people were killed when a series of what are believed to be suicide bomb blasts went off in the London underground rail system and on a [...]