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Fire leaves two families homeless

Two families are homeless following a fire last night on the north side of Belize City. As bad as it was, the damage could have been far worse. Jacqueline Godwin, [...]

P.G. man detained for rape of 8 year old niece

You would think that with the increased publicity and willingness of young victims to report crimes of sexual exploitation, the would be perpetrators might get the message. Apparently not. Police [...]

Cop caught in sting, charged with extortion

Another cop has been arrested, this time for using his position to engage in extortion. It is alleged that Corporal Francis Ogaldez, posted at the Ladyville station, told a resident [...]

Eight Belizeans receive O.A.S. Scholarships

Eight more Belizean students have received scholarships to further their education through the Organization of American States. Tisa Grant is pursuing a bachelors degree in healthcare administration in the United [...]

Courts helps out Salvation Army

Today the Salvation Army received some much needed funds to help in one of the organisation’s social service programmes. The short ceremony took place at Courts on the Northern Highway. [...]

New book looks back at 25 years since Independence

This year’s September celebrations are probably as varied as any in recent memory. There’s the music of course, sports are getting bigger and over the weekend the film “Three Kings” [...]

Fish farm exports cobia to U.S. market

Until the 1980’s nobody in Belize was familiar with shrimp farming; now it’s one of the nation’s biggest industries. Likewise in the 90’s with Tilapia, a fish that was once [...]

Bands get ready for Carnival

Most of us are familiar with the spectacle of the Carnival Road March, which for several hours each September thrills us with its colour and energy. But there’s a lot [...]