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D.F.C. will write-off, discount student loans

Last month it was housing loans; today Cabinet extended its cheap sale to students by offering write offs and discounts to over fifteen hundred borrowers from the Development Finance Corporation. [...]

P.M. attends Panama summit

In other news from Cabinet it has been confirmed that Prime Minister Said Musa has received the report of the Senate Select Committee investigating Social Security. The document was presented [...]

P.U.P.?s plan for Bz. Rural Central still cloudy

In news from the world of politics, the suspense continues over who will be the P.U.P. standard bearer for Belize Rural Central. Incumbent area representative Ralph Fonseca is out of [...]

Teacher drowns while tubing in Cockscomb

A teacher from Independence primary school is dead tonight, an apparent drowning victim. Police report that around nine thirty this morning, thirty-six year old Edelmira Morey, accompanied by nine other [...]

Robbers at large but pictures caught on tape

Three men might be feeling like they walked away clean from a store robbery because they broke the surveillance camera … but they forgot to take the tape. That’s right; [...]

New manslaughter trial ordered for businessman

A retrial has been ordered in the case of well known Belize City businessman Eduardo “Mando” Reyes. Reyes, the owner of Prime Cut Meats on Central American Boulevard, was convicted [...]

B.D.F. coordinates new search & rescue policy

Since Monday representatives from the Belize Defence Force, Police Department, NEMO, Coast Guard and a host of other organisations have been huddled in a room at Price Barracks in Ladyville. [...]

Youth is focus on World Population Day

If there’s one thing that Belize has in abundance, its young people … so when the United Nations looks at Belize’s population it?s not hard to figure out what they [...]

Former D.J. releases C.D.

Last week we premiered the comeback C.D. of Punta Rocker Super G. Tonight we look at a less well known artist with a different kind of music. Janelle Chanona, Reporting [...]

Authorities seek to prevent future river collisions

There is little that any of us can do to ease the pain suffered by the family of Vicente Avila following the boat captain’s death on Sunday on the New [...]