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Belizean drug trafficker sentenced to 33 years behind bars

A Belizean drug trafficker has been sentenced to spend the next three decades behind bars in the United States. According to international news reports, on Thursday, New York district court [...]

Suspect charged with murder after victim dies

Thursday morning’s shooting is officially a murder investigation as the critically wounded victim succumbed to his injuries earlier today. According to doctors at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital, around three [...]

Employees admit guilt in Courts theft

Two men who pled guilty to ripping off Courts Belize have been fined and released. According to warehouse manager Roleto Ortiz, sometime between Wednesday night and Thursday morning he discovered [...]

Student presents weather report on Met Day

Between June to November, meteorologists–both local and international–become household names, but outside the hurricane season, interest in the daily weather report wanes considerably. But what Belizeans may not realise is [...]

Election of F.F.B. President set for Saturday

Mudslinging, accusations of victimisation, alleged bribery, and calls for transparency … you probably think I’m talking about national politics right? Well politics might be involved but what I’m actually referring [...]

Experts: T.B. is still a public safety concern

While the weather experts were celebrating World Meteorological Day, their counterparts in medicine today marked World Tuberculosis Day. According to Director of the National T.B. Programme, Dr. Ines Moguel, tuberculosis [...]

Nineteen early education teachers honoured

During the second annual Early Childhood Educators’ Award ceremony on Thursday night, nineteen teachers were honoured for their contribution to education. Recipients were chosen for their years of dedicated service [...]

… But protest participants will lose day’s pay

In related news, today the Ministry of Education issued a press release asserting that all the teachers who participated in last Friday’s protest in Belmopan will lose a day’s pay. [...]

S.J.C. students are champions of S.S.B.’s Math Olympiad

For many students, Math is a difficult subject, evidenced by poor grades countrywide. In an effort to change that reality, over the last four weeks the Social Security Board hosted [...]