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Taiwan covers costs of “Mitch” emergency preparedness

Since 1993 they have become Belize’s biggest benefactor and indications are that the government of Taiwan shows no signs of slowing down. While the latest donation is barely chump change [...]

Courts donates to Central American relief

On the local charity scene Courts has come forward with a unique plan to aid victims of Hurricane Mitch in the neighboring countries of Central America. The furniture and appliance [...]

Police visit “hotspots” in P.R. campaign

In case you haven’t noticed, this is Police Week… and while the press/police relationship is not always a love affair this morning the positive vibrations extended to journalists and the [...]

Family appeals for help in missing girl case

It will be one month and two weeks that nine year old Jay Karen Blades, a student of Lake Independence Methodist School, has been missing. According to the family, Blades [...]

New government bank opens in Belmopan

The government has announced that the Small Farmers and Business Bank, an institution whose establishment was promised in the P.U.P. manifesto, has been created and will open its doors on [...]

Forest reserve will protect medicinal plants

In more news from Belmopan the Belize Enterprise for Sustained Technology, BEST, today signed an agreement with government to manage the Terra Nova Forest Reserve in the Cayo District. What [...]

Half Moon Caye loses and gains from Mitch

In the days following Hurricane Mitch I reported from San Pedro on the damage that community suffered and the drama its residents endured. Tonight I’m back from a trip to [...]