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Police once again try to talk peace to gangs …

It’s not the first time police have tried to talk peace to Belize City’s hard core rival gangs and it surely won’t be the last. The latest attempt to substitute [...]

… but the young men say the problem is the cops

For the young men who attended the meeting, the concern was more about the actions of police than each other. Raymond Gentle said today he was the victim of police [...]

U.D.P. marks 34th anniversary

With general elections less than six months away, politicians are using every available opportunity to canvass the electorate. But today, officials of the United Democratic Party took time out from [...]

CABEI provides U.S.$100,000 grant for hurricane relief

Earlier this week we travelled to Corozal for an update on recovery efforts in that district following the destruction caused by Hurricane Dean. And while the consensus is that the [...]

Government declares Gegg’s W.Landivar parcel a national park

A late release from the Ministry of National Resources indicates that the parcel of land in West Landivar on which businessman Gegg sought to build a marina and office complex, [...]

Mother of six hits $142,500 Lotto Jackpot

For people who play Lotto, hitting the jackpot is a once-in-a-lifetime event and most winners show up at Tropical Gaming’s doors to claim their prize as soon as possible. But [...]

Ford seeks applicants for conservation grants

We all know that Ford Motor Company makes vehicles … plenty of which are found on the streets and roads of Belize. But Ford also does its part for conservation [...]

Newest fire fighters train for dangerous service

It’s a dangerous profession in which long stretches of boredom are punctuated by intense periods of frantic activity. It’s called fire fighting and this morning I met the latest additions [...]

Latest products for tourism industry go green

Today the first annual Hotel and Hospitality Expo was officially launched at the Princess Hotel in Belize City. According to organiser Robin McCutcheon, the one day event was designed to [...]

Taxi service caters to wheelchair bound customers

From products that help the environment we turn to a new service that aims to improve the quality of life for an often ignored group of Belizeans. Jacqueline Godwin, Reporting [...]