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Friday in Belmopan is all about math

Both sides in the battle over the Universal Health Services bailout continue to jockey for position at Friday’s pivotal meeting of the House of Representatives. Outside the National Assembly the [...]

Arson suspected in burning of two buses

Fire in motor vehicles are not particularly unusual … except when the vehicles in question are empty, parked, and not running. Jacqueline Godwin, Reporting Belize City police are investigating to [...]

Cayo drowning victim is local teenager

Police have identified the drowning victim whose body was found yesterday in the Mopan River near Santa Familia. He is fourteen year old Victor Maheia. According to witnesses, Maheia was [...]

Two charged in Belize City rape

A seventeen year old and his eighteen year old brother were today charged with rape and abetment respectively. According to court reports, a sixteen year old girl reported to police [...]

Police Department announces promotions, new assignments

There were some major changes in command at the Police Department announced today. Four senior women listed among those promoted include Senior Superintendent Yolanda Murray, Superintendent Louise Willis, Assistant Superintendent [...]

Cops will be prepared for protests, says Compol

Meanwhile Police Commissioner Gerald Westby says his officers will be doing all they can to ensure that peace is maintained on Friday in Belmopan. Westby says the two major political [...]

South Korea donates new vehicles to police

Today the police also put on display five brand new vehicles that were donated by the South Korean government through the efforts of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. According to [...]

Two objections filed against P.U.C. electricity decision

The lengthy process of approving new rates for Belize Electricity Limited continues. Today the Public Utilities Commission announced that it has received two objections to its initial decision in B.E.L.’s [...]

New stamps honour Belizean artists

Traditionally, Belize’s stamps have featured pretty wildlife or events and personalities from the distant past. The latest issue, however is different. Yasser Musa, President, NICH “Art is about life. It [...]

Tradewinds 2007 concludes at Price Barracks

Today marked the official wrap-up of Tradewinds 2007, the training exercise in which Belize hosted a thousand soldiers from fourteen Caribbean countries plus the U.S.A. and U.K. At closing ceremonies [...]

New classrooms inaugurated in Crooked Tree

If viewers are a bit confused about all the international military activity going on in Belize, don’t worry, sometimes so are we. While Tradewinds 2007 winds down, another type of [...]