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Fire hits near downtown; eight families homeless

The buildings were old and the boards were dry, so when fire broke out this afternoon in a congested Belize City neighbourhood, it didn’t take long to become a major [...]

Credit Union League strengthened by H.R.C.U.’s return

Credit Unions may be known as the poor man’s bank, but when you add up their collective resources they are a major factor in Belize’s economy … and that influence [...]

Scotiabank awards 64 primary school scholarships

Today twenty primary school children were each awarded three hundred dollars to help pay for their school tuition and other supplies. The donation is the second of its kind under [...]

U.B. collaborates to offer doctoral degree

Pursuing a doctorate is the ultimate in higher education, but for Belizeans, attaining this lofty goal has traditionally meant spending large amounts of time and money abroad, along with the [...]

Garbutt is new president of Cycling Association

In sporting news the Belize Cycling Association has a new president. In elections held last night Gerald Garbutt defeated incumbent Melvin Torres by a large margin, with a record number [...]

B.D.F. volunteers hold annual battle camp in Corozal

We’ve followed them deep into the Chiquibul Forest and to the top of Baldy Beacon. Today, although the surroundings were less exotic, the B.D.F. volunteers were no less enthusiastic. Kendra [...]

Children on the border benefit from international initiative

There was a time when any news coming from the western border meant trouble, be it military or diplomatic. But as we have reported, in recent years intense scrutiny along [...]