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Unions replace representatives in Soc. Sec. Board

There has been a major shake-up in the Belize labour movement as the union leadership reacts to the decision taken by their two representatives on the Social Security Board. That [...]

5-year-old dies in Cayo road knockdown

A boy has died after being hit by a van on the Western Highway just outside San Ignacio Wednesday morning. Five-year-old Dixon Maroquin Gonzales, a Guatemalan from Melchor de Mencos, [...]

Testimony begins in policeman?s rape trial

The trial of a police officer accused of rape began in the Supreme Court today. A seven man, two woman jury was empanelled and then heard testimony from a nineteen [...]

Prime Minister addresses UN General Assembly

Prime Minister Said Musa this evening addressed the sixtieth session of the United Nations General Assembly. Dubbed the 2005 World Summit, the gathering of global leaders was convened to review [...]

New Anglican Bishop chosen for Belize

The Anglican Diocese of Belize has a new Bishop. He is Reverend Canon Philip Wright. Wright’s selection as Bishop-Elect was made public today by Archbishop of the West Indies, Drexel [...]

Lord Laro returns for farewell concert

He belongs to that generation of Caribbean entertainers referred to as “classics” or “has beens”, depending on your age and musical tastes. But while Lord Laro is far past the [...]

Xchange Movement kick starts on Saturday

Occasionally the media gets lucky enough to squeeze two stories out of one airport parking fee… and today was one of those days. Jacqueline Woods picks up the story from [...]

Maroon Kriols release debut CD

You may have seen them last week at the House of Culture. They’re called the Maroon Kriols and if you liked them live you can now take them home. Bredda [...]

K.H.M.H. celebrates 10th anniversary

It is a medical institution that gets more than its share of bad press… but what we often fail to mention is that, as the nation’s busiest and most important [...]