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Ghandi’s contract up, Flowers as Acting Sol Gen

The new Attorney General Godfrey Smith may only have issued his plan of action last week, but he has lost no time in taking the first steps towards revamping the [...]

Energy Workers Union not satisfied with tribunal ruling

Two weeks ago the Belize Energy Workers Union, publicly protested the Belize Electricity Limited’s refusal to acknowledge their claim that the company owed them money for their years of service. [...]

“Salesman” makes off with eighteen thousand dollars

An Orange Walk man has reported being held up by the man who was supposed to sell him a car. Carlos Reyes told police he was on Fifth Avenue in [...]

Women’s Network pushes for standard minimum wage

Did you know that there are two different minimum wages, one for manual workers and the other for domestic workers and shop assistants? The Women’s Issues Network of Belize wants [...]

Eastern Caribbean prepares for Jose

In regional news, Hurricane Jose might have bypassed Barbados but citizens in the rest of the northeastern Caribbean are not taking any chances. Government and disaster officials from eleven countries [...]

Postal Service issues transportation stamps

If you collect stamps or enjoy sending them to friends and relatives abroad, you’ll be glad to hear four new stamps are being released. To celebrate the one hundred and [...]

Cuban painter exhibits at Bellevue

The Bellevue Hotel is famous for its nighttime entertainment but now the management is hoping the public will stop in during the day as well to enjoy an art exhibit [...]

Cayo ranch studies butterfly species

Everyone’s heard of the Belize Zoo, the Baboon Sanctuary in Bermudian Landing, or the Jaguar Reserve in the Cockscomb, but you probably never heard of the Green Hills Butterfly Ranch. [...]