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Govt. cuts a deal with the bank; vote will come next week

The battle lines have been drawn, both between the two major political parties and within the ruling P.U.P. After a day of intrigue in Belmopan, on the eve of Friday’s [...]

Protest still on; Barrow will introduce his resolutions

In the meantime, Opposition Leader Dean Barrow will introduce his motions, which on principle no PUP will support, however much they might agree with his sentiments. News Five’s Stewart Krohn [...]

Politics goes multicultural with political ad in Chinese

And while it will likely have little effect on the size of tomorrow’s rally, it should be noted that today’s Guardian ran what appears to be the first Belizean political [...]

Driver dead, passengers escape as car plunges off Cayo bridge

Almost anyone who drives a car has at some time fantasized about what he or she would do if their car plunged under water … and how you would manage [...]

San Pedro boy killed in road collision

Another traffic accident, this time in San Pedro Town, has also claimed a life. Police will more than likely bring charges against forty-two year old Eladio Balam after the vehicle [...]

Toddler found dead in Dangriga; cause still unknown

Around the same time that Raudalez was knocked down, another tragedy involving a young victim was unfolding in Dangriga at the residence of thirty-seven year old Antoinette Flowers. Police in [...]

Belize City shooting leaves victim critical

A Belize City youth lies in the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital, the victim of yet another shooting. According to police, twenty-one year old Marvin Ramirez was critically wounded after an [...]

Tourism project seeks to upgrade handicrafts

With tourism growing solidly in Belize, those involved in the industry are always trying to find ways to improve what the country has to offer. And with funding from the [...]

Education fair looks at what’s new in classrooms

We are a bit late in reporting it, but we happen to be in the middle of Education Week. Wednesday’s feature event was a fair to focus on the latest [...]

B.T.L. exhibit previews future of telecommunications

Most of the news these days involving Belize Telecommunications Limited has to do with controversy: the ownership fight between Michael Ashcroft and Jeffrey Prosser, the labour dispute with its union, [...]