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Musa’s address raises more questions than answers

The controversy over Prime Minister Said Musa’s unilateral government guarantee and subsequent assumption of a thirty-three million dollar loan from the Belize Bank to Universal Health Services has now escalated [...]

Barrow says P.M. just digging himself deeper

With those obvious questions still awaiting answers, it was left to the Leader of the Opposition to weigh in with his assessment. For Dean Barrow, a man who pursues the [...]

City Council vetoes Gegg’s marina project

We’re not sure if they’re going to have a victory party, but the residents of West Landivar have something to celebrate tonight because they have triumphed in their efforts to [...]

Two dead from toxic fumes at Corozal well

Corozal police are investigating the deaths of two men who were found in an abandoned well five hours after they were hired to clean the water hole. According to forty-six [...]

Bou-Nahra will return to face manslaughter charge

For the last six months, he’s been outside local jurisdiction, but come Monday morning, Belize City businessman Ben Bou-Nahra will stand trial for manslaughter. Today, the Office of the Director [...]

Three arrested for home invasion

Four days after a Blue Marlin Drive home was burglarised and its owners robbed at gunpoint, Belize City police have arrested the three young men they strongly believe committed the [...]

Rivero receives fine for traffic fatality

A former traffic officer convicted of knocking down and killing a teenager has been fined for the offence. Convicted of causing the death of nineteen year old Dwayne Francis by [...]

Valley of Peace opens computer centre

For better or for worse, technology has infiltrated the lives of Belizeans all over the country. And on Monday technology found its way to the Valley of Peace in the [...]

Soldiers study disaster administration

Watching the natural disasters that routinely parade across the screens of international T.V. newscasts, it becomes clear that the world’s military forces do far more than fight wars. That’s why [...]

Poets collaborate on C.D. release

As the popularity of poetry grows, so does the number of local enthusiasts who will no doubt welcome the new C.D. launched today. The disc samples the work of some [...]