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Manatees slaughtered in Toledo, meat is sold in Guatemala

Every once in a while Belizeans are saddened to learn that a manatee has been accidentally killed. But the incidents of intentional slaughter also seem to be on the rise. [...]

Tourism arrivals exceed one hundred thousand in 1999

On a bright note for tourism, a production team will be visiting various points of interest in Belize this week in order to make several commercials that will be aired [...]

Palacio gets increased playing time with coaching change

Fortunes appear to be changing for Belize’s pride of the CARICOM Games Milton Palacio and his NBA team the Vancouver Grizzlies. In mid December the Grizzlies had only four wins [...]

Survey underway to reduce school dropout rate

While getting a good education is generally viewed as the best way to break the cycle of poverty, the poorest among us often have the hardest time staying in school. [...]

Political Reform Commission presents report to P.M.

The Political Reform Commission will present its final report to the Prime Minister Said Musa tonight in Belize City. The fourteen-member commission, headed by Dylan Vernon, was appointed by the [...]

Audubon Society hosts lecture on Tilapia

If political reform is not your area of interest, tonight the Belize Audubon Society invites you to a presentation on an issue of environmental concern: Tilapia. According to presenter Peter [...]

Travel agents facing thirty-three percent cut in commissions

Travel agents make their money from the commission they get for every ticket they sell. For the past twenty-five years, Belizean travel agencies have been getting a nine percent commission [...]