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Top scorers on P.S.E. honoured by government

The media is often criticized–and not unfairly–for over emphasising the negative aspects of the news. That is the highlighting of crime, violence and disaster over more inspiring stories chronicling our [...]

Gunmen jack $12,000 in high school registration fees

While education held the spotlight today, not all the news was inspiring. At the same time the nation’s top primary students were enjoying well deserved congratulations, two gunmen were delivering [...]

Woman asks magistrate for jail time, not fine

A woman convicted of breaking a car’s windshield today asked a magistrate to forget about any fine and just send her to jail. Twenty-one year old Merlene Clarke of Ladyville [...]

Cuba offers nine additional scholarships

The Embassy of Cuba is announcing new scholarship opportunities for nine Belizean students to earn Bachelor degrees beginning the next school year. According to a press release issued today, successful [...]

N.C.F.C. initiates statistical monitoring programme…

NGO’s are well known for their highfalutin language and grandiose action plans that often never make it past their initial publication. But today, the National Committee for Families and Children [...]

… while Chairman emphasises need for parenting

And while the N.C.F.C. is doing all it can to statistically monitor of our children, Sandra Hall, Chairperson of the Committee says that the real daily monitoring of Belize’s young [...]

Summer sessions will sharpen students for high school

As part of our efforts to offer parents and children options for making summer vacation more productive, we’ve been highlighting various programmes around the country. One such initiative is being [...]

Beach erosion wreaks havoc on Monkey River

In recent weeks we’ve been following the debate over a large resort development proposed for the top of the Placencia peninsula. One of the major issues in that controversy is [...]