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Heavy rains ruin roads, spawn floods

The weather: it’s a subject that everybody talks about but nobody can even hope to influence. It does influence us though as the almost week of stormy weather nationwide is [...]

Belmopan hole is dry, says oil company

The company was on a hot streak, batting four for four in its search for oil at Spanish Lookout. Today, however, Belize Natural Energy announced that its latest effort–the re-opening [...]

Tourism Board, PACT donate pickups to B.D.F.

A couple of weeks ago, the Belize Tourism Board added some muscle to the Tourism Police in the form of some much needed communication and transportation equipment. Today, that effort [...]

Scouts office burgled … again

It’s one of the strongest players in efforts to put our country’s young people on the right path, but today the Scout Association of Belize is suffering. Over the weekend [...]

Defendant bolts from court, caught after scuffle

He was originally charged for theft, but if police have their way, thirty-three year old Lester Smith will face a whole lot more. This afternoon Smith, who appeared before Magistrate [...]

Pat Bennett will head Methodist schools

She gained her original fame from her abilities involving a bat, ball and glove … but as time goes by Pat Bennett is more likely to be remembered for her [...]

B.D.F. personnel receive AIDS education

This week approximately twenty soldiers from the Belize Defence Force are participating in an HIV/AIDS workshop at Price Barracks. But it’s not your run of the mill education session; instead [...]

… but mandatory testing will stay

But while the B.D.F. is finding a way to deal with the invasion of HIV into its ranks, it is at the same time trying to deal with its controversial [...]

Dead manatees may have been hit by boat

Today researchers are still not certain what may have caused the deaths of a mature female manatee and her calf. On Monday employees of Duke Marine at mile four and [...]

KTV down to final four

First, an announcement. The KTV finals scheduled for tonight at the Palm Court have been postponed due to the inclement weather. The competition, however, has been set for Wednesday night–that’s [...]