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Doctors say Simplis Barrow’s heart failure incurable, but manageable

Prime Minister Dean Barrow returned from Miami this afternoon. He spent the last two weeks at the side of his wife Kim Simplis Barrow, who experienced complications relating to breast [...]

Barrow speaks candidly about country and personal situation

If all goes according to plan, in two weeks Kim Simplis Barrow is scheduled return to Belize. Her mother stayed behind while the Prime Minister returned to matters of state. [...]

Barrow, Bond and Budget to be read on June 22nd

The budget for the financial year 2012-2013 should have been presented and debated to take effect on April first. But it has not been tabled in the House of Representatives [...]

P.M. says talks with B.E.L. lawyers and Lord Michael Ashcroft

A large part of the country’s future debt is tied up due to the nationalization of two utility companies. The debts to the former owners of Belize Electricity Limited’s and [...]

Clues into murder of 13 year old Jasmine Lowe

The reaction to the murder of thirteen year old Jasmine Lowe has gone from disbelief to devastation to anger.  Jasmine, a vivacious young girl, left her father’s house in Santa [...]

Belizean murdered in Quintana Roo

A newspaper report in neighboring Quintana Roo says that a Belizean has been found dead in the Cocoyol Area, which is across the border. He has been identified as one [...]

2 San Ignacio teens missing

There is growing alarm over two missing teenage cousins from San Ignacio. Seventeen year old Edwardo Alamilla and eighteen year old Charlie Espat have been missing for five days. The [...]

Seaduced vessel and passengers flip during rough sea

A group of divers traveling in a vessel chartered by Ramon’s Village Dive Shop are tonight lucky to be alive following a boating accident which occurred a mile and a [...]

COLA and Coalition join Oceana suit against Government

Just in time for World Oceans Day, which is celebrated on Friday, Oceana got welcomed news from the courts today. An application for COLA and the Coalition to Save Our [...]

Escaped prisoner caught as he stepped off a bus

Have you ever heard of the great escape? Well, twenty-two year old David Flowers, also known as David Dougal staged and executed his escape when he was taken to the [...]

Maud Williams Court refurbished for the youths

The students of Maud Williams High School were overwhelmed with excitement today as they christened their newly refurbished basketball court. It’s the work of Youth For the Future; particularly the [...]

7th Annual Belize Film Festival

The seventh annual Belize International Film Festival is set to open with a bang in the next few weeks. For the first time, a locally produced film, ‘2012 Kurse a [...]

Coastal Zone Summit covers from 2003 to 2011

The complexities of the state of the marine coastal environment are quickly evolving so an integrated plan that will incorporate various sectors is under discussion among key stakeholders of the [...]

Healthy Living patches up the first aid kit

With the hurricane season now in effect, the sharing of information on hurricane preparedness has moved up to the front burner. One item that every family should keep on hand [...]