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Cabinet: House and Senate members can see U.H.S. guarantee

That so-called guarantee given by government to back a thirty-three million dollar loan made by the Belize Bank to Universal Health Services may not be so secret after all. A [...]

Labour Minister says tribunal is ready to work

In another continuing saga, this time on the labour front, today Minister Francis Fonseca confirmed that the arbitration panel appointed to investigate the firing of three employees of Belize Telecommunications [...]

18 year old charged with sodomy of cousin

An eighteen year old man from the Corozal District has been arrested for the rape of his eight year old male cousin. On Sunday the pair were found naked together [...]

Placencia burglary suspect arrested

A man suspected of committing several burglaries in the areas around Placencia and Independence is finally in the hands of police. Authorities say the arrest of twenty-one year old Christopher [...]

Murder case will go to Supreme Court

And back in Belize City, two men charged with murder will have their case tried in the Supreme Court. That was the ruling by Chief Magistrate Margaret Gabb with regard [...]

Attorney General acknowledges prisoner transport problems

Tonight escaped prisoner Dennis Quilter remains at large … and although there have been some reported sightings; none of the tips have panned out. Quilter was being escorted up the [...]

Miss Belize still fundraising for Miss Universe bid

Miss Belize Maria Jeffery continues to pound the pavement tonight trying to round up support for her participation in the Miss Universe competition scheduled for May twenty-eighth in Mexico City. [...]

C.A. university reps meet to integrate research

For the next two days, academics from universities across Central America will meet in Belize City to discuss how they can work together more effectively. According to organisers, the idea [...]

Tennis training seeks to widen sport’s appeal

From its origins as a lawn sport for European royalty, tennis has had to live with a reputation as a game for the classes, not the masses. And despite the [...]

Belize feels heat but contributes little to greenhouse emissions

A majority of the world’s scientists tell us that at this point in our planet’s history the world is growing warmer. The cause, they say, is human activity … and [...]