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Another day, another execution style murder

Just about the time viewers of last night’s newscast were learning details of the killing of Oscar Westby on Faber’s Road another homicide was being committed, this time, in the [...]

Unidentified cyclist killed in O.W. road accident

The Orange Walk Bypass, created to keep disruptive sugar cane traffic off the streets of Orange Walk Town, was supposed to prevent accidents … and to a large extent it [...]

Swazo sentenced to ten years for manslaughter

A man who pled guilty to manslaughter last month received his sentence today following pleas for mitigation. Twenty year old Andre Swazo was originally charged with murder in the April [...]

Officials want to count Belizeans in U.S.A.

If you are watching or reading this newscast online from somewhere in the United States, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs wants to know who you are and where you live. [...]

New newspaper seeks Spanish speaking audience

While members of the Spanish speaking population in Belize have long enjoyed Hispanic programming on the airwaves, thanks to a new initiative by a Belize City media house, they are [...]

B.T.B. sponsors Social Studies quiz

Whether the questions focus on nutrition, spelling, or math, quizzes are today’s hottest ticket in the world of Belizean education. And why not? The prizes keep growing and the competition [...]

Barrier Reef marks 10 years as World Heritage Site

It may be our single most valuable natural resource. But under assault by everything from global warming to drunken sailors, can our once pristine Barrier Reef survive? On an important [...]

He’s no stranger to Channel Five or Punta lovers … and tonight Felix Flores–formerly of Punta Rebels fame and one half of the duo, Lloyd and Reckless–has gone solo. According [...]

Whether it’s displayed at the Image Factory, Mexican Cultural Centre, Houses of Culture or other public and private venues the work of Belizean artists seems to get better and better. [...]