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Cruise Tourism in Belize on steady decline

The high season in tourism is kicking in just as the figures for the third quarter are being released. The industry is one of the top income earners so the [...]

Sodomizer to stand trial for assaulting boy

There has been a spate of sexual abuses on minors and in court today a convicted sex offender was committed today to stand trial. Forty-three year old, Lee Henkis will [...]

Will there be justice for murdered Nigerian?

Two of three men charged with the murder of a Nigerian taxi man will not proceed to trial. Egbert Daley and Jermaine Zuniga were charged with the murder of Francis [...]

Trio to stand trial for murder preparations

But a trio that was charged with the crime of preparing to commit a murder will stand trial in the January session of the Supreme Court.  They are twenty years [...]

Husband almost kills wife in Orange Walk

A near fatal stabbing incident on Wednesday night in Orange Walk Town has left one woman in serious condition at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital.  Shortly before nine o’clock on [...]

Body of 79 year old man found

The badly decomposed body of seventy-nine year old Jose Ku, a resident of Orange Walk, was discovered on Tuesday in a grassland several miles outside of August Pine Ridge.  The [...]

Citrus Growers (some) will get paid

It appears that there is a temporary solution to the ongoing financial crisis at Citrus Products Belize Limited.  On Wednesday’s newscast we reported that the management of CPBL was unable [...]

Clerk busted for forging $6,000

A case of forgery has been reported at the San Pedro Magistracy where over six thousand dollars are unaccounted for. A clerk and interpreter at the court is accused of [...]

Reading List: Doing Business and Retiring in Belize

Earlier today a high profile group gathered for a press conference in Belize City. The guest list included Ralph Fonseca, former Prime Minister Said Musa, current Minister of Housing Michael [...]

Children’s Rally for Garifuna Settlement Day

It’s one of the most anticipated holidays in the Belizean calendar; the nineteenth of November pays homage to the arrival of the Garinagu people in Belize. While the celebrations have [...]

Caribbean artists concert on Settlement Day

Garifuna Settlement Day is fast approaching. The population of Dangriga, often referred to as culture capital, will be the center of attraction this weekend. Whether you are looking forward to [...]

Mexicans introduce portable septic tanks

The Mexican Institute of Culture on Princess Margaret Drive regularly promotes cross-cultural exchanges in the arts and bridges dialogue for both Mexicans and Belizeans who want to promote their product [...]

Healthy Living pops some pills

We keep them at home, at the office, in first aid kits, and even carry them on our person should we need to pull them out for those unwelcome aches. [...]