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Belize receives increase in E.U. sugar quota

Pundits have declared the death of Belize’s sugar industry countless times over the last two decades but recent developments indicate that not only is sugar alive and kicking, it is [...]

Consultations to be held this week on petroleum fund

We haven’t heard much about the petroleum business lately, but for those viewers concerned about where all those millions of U.S. dollars are going, there’s some good news. Beginning tonight [...]

Latest poll shows PUP still unpopular

The results of a recent public opinion poll, mirroring those conducted over the last few years, are suggesting that Belizeans countrywide are dissatisfied with the Musa administration. The survey “Peoples [...]

Second time around means no bail for accused bike jacker

An accused bike thief out on bail has been charged once more for a similar crime. According to court reports, this morning thirty year old Welta Usher appeared before Magistrate [...]

Police need witness for upcoming case

The Police Department is asking the public’s help tonight, not to catch a criminal, but to locate a crime victim whose court testimony may be crucial in the case against [...]

Planners put final touches on Tradewinds 2007

For the next two days, soldiers from the Caribbean, the United States, and the United Kingdom will be in Belize to put the finishing touches on plans for Tradewinds 2007. [...]

Western Regional Hospital will be expanded

This morning ground breaking ceremonies were held at the Western Regional Hospital in Belmopan to mark the official start of renovations to the existing facility and the construction of a [...]

Men take victory in annual U.B. relathon

The story didn’t make it into Sports Monday but over the weekend students of the University of Belize participated in the twenty-ninth edition of that institution’s annual relathon. For the [...]

Continental installs automated check-in kiosk at P.G.I.A.

Automated airport check in … it’s pretty standard in most major airports in the U.S.A. and Europe, but for Belize and most of the Caribbean and Central America slow lines [...]