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Luke stands firm to go it alone on cruise port

As a source of Thursday news, Godfrey Smith’s column in the Belize Times is getting to be as reliable as a Rolex. In today’s issue, the Minister of Tourism for [...]

SICA officials meet to prep for Belize presidency

Member countries of the Central American Integration System are meeting in Belize this week to hold regional information sessions regarding the work of the secretariat. At the end of the [...]

Oil company C.E.O. defends actions on pollution incident

We’ve been looking for a corporate response for several days now and this morning we finally received one. News Five’s Janelle Chanona has the latest on last week’s environmental accident [...]

Three charged for home invasion

Eighteen year old Dennis Ortega, twenty year old Sherwin Locke, and thirty year old Barrington Slusher are the three men police say entered the home of seventy-one year old Radiance [...]

Case against accused human trafficker thrown out

His arrest was part of last year’s hoopla surrounding Belize’s efforts to please Uncle Sam by pursuing cases of “human trafficking.” But today Jitendra Chawla, better known as Jack Charles, [...]

Crooked Tree man remanded on rape charge

Thirty-eight year old Arthur Wade, a resident of Crooked Tree Village, is cooling his heels at Hattieville prison tonight after he failed to meet bail on a Rape charge. The [...]

Cut by her man, woman declines to press charges

Tips have been pouring in to police on the whereabouts of Belize’s most wanted, Louie Ganzie. Unfortunately, most of those tips place him in different parts of the country. Police [...]

Firemen use peace to prepare for war

We don’t want to “put mouth” on the issue, but it seems like Belize hasn’t seen as many major fires as it used to. We’re not sure if it’s good [...]

British territories will join climate change effort

With today’s cool and rainy weather, global warming is not exactly the first thing that comes to mind, but in Belmopan researchers have been working hard to prepare us for [...]