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B.D.F. air crew found proverbial needle in haystack

Three divers who endured two and a half days bobbing in the deep blue sea are gradually returning to health. In fact, fifty year old John Bain of Wisconsin was [...]

Robber hits Queen Square Market vendor

Tonight Belize City police continue to look for a man who held up a family by their vending stand and stole their day’s sales. Santos Zabaleta told police that around [...]

Two arrested trying to smuggle weed into prison

Small marijuana busts are hardly big news in Belize, but you’ve got to wonder about the two guys caught Tuesday at Hattieville Prison. Thirty year old Dorian Michael and thirty-two [...]

Family of P.G. hit and run victim appeals for justice

Hit and run: it’s a crime that leaves its victim dead or injured and invariably leaves family and friends crying out for justice… and closure. The latest outrage on the [...]

Cuba lobbies for end to U.S. embargo

The blockade of Cuba. It’s been a fact of life in U.S. politics for four decades… but for the people of Cuba it is literally a matter of life and [...]

Y.W.C.A. opens hair salon

This morning, the Young Women’s Christian Association officially opened its latest programme to the public: a beauty salon. The new service not only promises to assist students at the Y [...]

Local unsung heroes honoured by FirstCaribbean

This afternoon, FirstCaribbean International Bank announced the names of this year’s National Unsung Heroes during brief ceremonies at their Albert Street headquarters in Belize City. They are Gloria Edwards and [...]