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Coke truck held up, driver injured

It’s happened again, a coke truck has been held up. But fortunately this time, unlike the incident in Maskall in August… no one was killed, but a Bowen and Bowen [...]

Youth arrested for robbery at Taiwanese Embassy

Police have also detained a man they believe committed two robberies in Belize City over the past few days, one at the Taiwanese Embassy on Friday and the other at [...]

Police Pathologist says prisoner’s death an accident

Despite some concern that his death may not have been an accident, the police department’s pathologist said today that Orange Walk resident Ivan Cruz died of multiple head and neck [...]

Prime Minister attends Miami regional conference

The Prime Minister Said Musa and Minister of Budget and Planning Ralph Fonseca are in Miami for the annual conference on the Caribbean and Latin America which begins tomorrow. The [...]

New radio station broadcasts next week

Just when the demise of the B.C.B. caused you to reset all the buttons on your radio… it may be necessary to do it all over again. A press release [...]

Salvation Army holds Christmas party

While many of us are running around helping Santa Claus find the gifts our children are asking for, the Salvation Army has been remembering those children who might otherwise not [...]

Additional prizes for BECOL competition

In addition to the first and second prizes awarded yesterday by Belize Electric Company Limited to the winners of their Secondary School Science Competition, Programme for Belize has also awarded [...]

Orange Walk farmer wins Courts drawing

All he wanted in October was the twenty-seven inch television from the Courts branch in Orange Walk, but this morning a cane farmer from the San Estevan Village in Orange [...]

Barbados to provide computers to schools

While virtually every government on the planet pays lip service to bringing its educational system into the digital world of the new millennium, there’s one — right here in our [...]

San Pedro ready again for tourists

What a difference a few weeks can make! At the end of October San Pedranos were staring in shock at their damaged piers and beachfronts. But today, the islanders are [...]