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More ministers seek to avert Friday vote

In case you haven’t noticed, there’s a political crisis in Belize and as we get closer to Friday’s crucial vote in the House of Representatives, the level of noise keeps [...]

Supreme Court says protests can proceed

The Leader of the Opposition vowed last week that come this Friday, his supporters would be back on the steps of Independence Hill. And while over the last few days [...]

Two houses destroyed in city fire

Dry weather and old wood: it’s a deadly combination that can result in disaster. And that’s just what I experienced this morning on Curl Thompson Street in Port Loyola. Jacqueline [...]

Failed arson attempts appear politically motivated

This morning’s fire would not have been big news if a number of other blazes, deliberately set last night, had succeeded. Politics, it seems, was being expressed through arson. Jacqueline [...]

Shopkeeper fires at armed robbers

Police have added to the woes of Mark Medina, the man charged yesterday with the murder of businesswoman Cui Su Xhau. Today the twenty-three year old was additionally charged with [...]

Women charged in unrelated machete incidents

Two women have been charged with assault for unrelated attacks involving machetes. The first incident occurred in Seine Bight Village on Sunday between sixteen year old Alejandra Diego and thirty-five [...]

Ten year old girl drowns near Banana Bank

A ten year old girl has drowned in the Belize River. According to police Jacqueline Carcamo of Belmopan was swimming near Banana Bank on Monday afternoon when she went under [...]

Independent expert appointed in B.E.L. review

An independent expert has been appointed by the Public Utilities Commission to offer input in the Annual Review Proceedings for Belize Electricity Limited. He is Dr. Paul Sotkiewicz of the [...]

Exhibition looks at reasons for cultural practices

The majority of Belizeans have probably heard of or seen a performance of the Garifuna dances John Cunu or Charikanari, as well as the Mayan Deer and Cortes dances. But [...]