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Foreign Minister warns of U.S. decertification

It had all the characteristics of a pre-emptive strike not seen since the Six Day War. In a personal letter sent to news editors at Belizean media houses, Foreign Minster [...]

Statistics show big jump in drug seizures

To back up his assertion that any decertification would be for reasons unrelated to drugs, Barrow also cited statistics showing significant improvement in the quantity of drugs confiscated by police [...]

Authorities tight-lipped on Seguro case

What should have been a day of revelation in the continuing saga of Carlos Seguro has instead become bogged down in official red tape. Director of Health Services Doctor Michael [...]

Resident alleges police shot into her house

In crime news things have been pretty quiet, with the exception of a ruction on the southside of Belize City which had one family diving for cover. It was shortly [...]

OAS donates to Women?s Commission

Yesterday it was the government of Japan handing over checks for worthy projects. Today it was the turn of the O.A.S. and the beneficiaries were some deserving women. There was [...]

Unemployed youths organize in P.G.

While some groups in Belize are the beneficiaries of handouts, in Toledo, a group of young people have taken their economic prosperity into their own hands. According to coordinator Ras [...]

Bob Marley exhibition opens at Image Factory

Even if he goes on to produce the works of a Michelangelo there is one image that will always be associated with artist Gilvano Swasey: That of Bob Marley. This [...]

New medical center opens in Belize City

It’s a phenomenon that is all too common in a small place like Belize. For years we’ve suffered with a medical system that, due to a lack of resources, is [...]