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Two candidates vie for Belize City mayorship

It may be the best kept secret in town, but as I speak tonight a new Mayor and Deputy Mayor are being elected at Belize City Hall. Although the contenders [...]

Accident kills man at shrimp farm

A traffic accident on private property off the Northern Highway Wednesday night has claimed the life of one man. Police reports say Cornelus Fehr was driving a tractor on Nova [...]

Students pay fine for artifact smuggling

In crime news the six U.S. students and their professor who yesterday pled guilty to exporting Mayan artifacts will not have to spend time behind bars. Working against the magistrate’s [...]

House meets next week for budget presentation

In political news a special sitting of the House of Representatives has been called for the morning of Wednesday, March eighteenth. It is believed that Prime Minister and Minister of [...]

Sibun River Watershed Association meets on Sunday

On Sunday the Sibun Watershed Association will be officially launching a project to promote the protection and sustainable development of the land and communities around the Sibun River. Armed with [...]

Jaguars seen in Seine Bight Village

If the people along the Sibun are concerned about threats to their flora and fauna, villagers in Seine Bight are tonight worrying about some unwanted visitors. For the last two [...]

U.S. champion powerlifter divides time for gym and medschool

Unbeknownst to Belizean sporting fans, there has been an international weightlifting champion in the country since last December. Thirty four year old American David Karam, who has been studying at [...]

Workshop examines women and AIDS

It may ultimately take the sudden death of a well known Belizean to shock the nation into safe sex, as no amount of education seems capable of slowing down the [...]

Ancient Mayan artifacts remain on view in Cayo Cave

The news that visiting students were attempting to take Mayan artifacts out of the country did not surprise many Belizeans, who have long believed that foreign archeologists routinely export their [...]