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Toledo Maya sue G.O.B. over land rights

The debate over communal, traditional and ethnic rights in Belize is not a new one … in fact the reason it comes up so often is that despite all the [...]

Two charged in foiled heist

Following a brazen hold-up on Monday morning, today nineteen year old Ryan Welcome of Caesar Ridge Road and twenty-eight year old Kevin Sutherland of Faber’s Road were handcuffed and taken [...]

B.D.F. plane crash lands; no one hurt

A Belize Defence Force aircraft made an emergency landing today and while the plane likely suffered heavy damage, all eight passengers and crew were unhurt. The drama infolded around three [...]

B.E.L. seeks new rates that favour small consumers

Belize Electricity Limited, the nation’s sole distributor of electrical power, has applied for new rates … but before anyone gets excited it should be explained that according to B.E.L., charges [...]

World Health Day focuses on security threats

In Belize there is no shortage of concerns over health. From the multimillion dollar government bailout of Universal Health Services to the growing gap between available treatments and the ability [...]

Latest AIDS statistics show no dramatic progress

And while health authorities prepare for the possibility of an Avian Flu outbreak, they must also deal with the existing scourge of HIV and AIDS. The Ministry of Health has [...]

2007 hurricane season predicted to be “very active”

As you get ready to enjoy your Easter Holiday the last thing you may want to think about is hurricanes. But with only two more months to go before the [...]