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Child dies from suffocation, not drowning

It sounded like a pretty straight forward case of a baby drowning, but the postmortem on one year old William Cuellar from Lord’s Bank shows he didn’t die from water [...]

Tourist arrivals same as last June

Despite efforts to increase tourism during the slow season, the figures for June arrivals at the Philip S. W. Goldson International indicate the level of arrivals last month was almost [...]

Outstanding athletes get scholarships

An outstanding young softball star has been awarded the government’s first full sports scholarship to a tertiary level institution. 16 year old Keneshia Sutherland of Camalote Village in the Cayo [...]

Court orders insurance company to pay fire victim

In court news, the Court of Appeal has upheld an order that Atlantic Insurance pay 65 thousand dollars to policy holder Stephen Smith whose thatched house burned down in 1996. [...]

Dance Company holds summer camp

If you love to dance, now’s your chance. The Belize Arts Council and the National Dance Company are inviting you to attend their traveling summer dance camp. The first stop [...]

4H-ers return from Michigan exchange

Five Belizean 4H-ers representing three district associations returned on Tuesday from an annual exchange program in Michigan. This morning the 4H-ers spoke a little bit about the 4 Hs: heads, [...]

Carnival bands appeal to sponsors

The September Celebrations are just two months away, but while hardly anyone in the general public has started thinking about what to wear for the parades and jump-ups, those in [...]

Most infant accidents preventable

Whenever a child dies an accidental death there is always plenty of blame to go around. But experts say what we need to focus on is saving lives and preventing [...]