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Two charged in grenade murder

The charges may or may not stick but tonight, less than a week after one person was killed and eleven others wounded by a hand grenade, two men are behind [...]

15 shotguns stolen from Belize City store

Less than a day after police destroyed a year’s worth of illegal weapons, thieves managed to restore a treasure trove of firepower to the streets. Police say sometime between eight [...]

5 charged in copper wire theft

Thieves were also busy in Bella Vista Village on Wednesday night when they visited a banana farm. But instead of fruit, their target was several hundred feet of copper wire [...]

Court will hear Chester’s case for judicial review

In mid-April, Senior Superintendent Chester Williams filed for and received permission from Justice Samuel Awich for judicial review of his transfer to a desk job in Belmopan. But after the [...]

B.E.L. rebuts P.U.C. chairman’s view on rate hikes

In response to comments made by Public Utilities Commission Chairman John Avery on our newscast on Thursday, Belize Electricity Limited has issued a statement disputing the P.U.C.’s position. According to [...]

Toledo farmers will be paid more for their rice

Yesterday we reported from the Toledo District on an overabundance of pineapples that are, as I speak, rotting in the fields. Tonight, a bit further south, it’s a different story. [...]

Paving of city streets continues …

The dry season may make us uncomfortable with heat and dust but that weather is a blessing for public works projects. And while they were a little slow off the [...]

… As mayor gears up for challenge of elections

And while most people agree that paving streets is what City Councils are supposed to do, the cynical among us see the early stirrings of next year’s municipal election campaign. [...]

Symposium looks at growth of private protected areas

This week approximately twenty-seven conservationists from around the world made their way to La Milpa Field Station in Orange Walk for a symposium on “Financial Sustainability of Private Protected Areas.” [...]

Administrative error puts dialysis patients at risk

The crisis appears to have passed but at this time yesterday almost two dozen Belizeans were literally in fear for their lives. Janelle Chanona has the alarming story. Maria Ack, [...]

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