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Bread prices headed to $1.25

That conveniently round figure of a dollar for a loaf of bread is about to become a thing of the past as Belize City bakers say they can no longer [...]

Fuel costs up; Gov’t absorbs loss

Those high fuel prices cited by Belize City bakers could have been much higher. A release from Government indicates that the last shipment of imported petroleum products came at a [...]

No arrests in Blake case

In crime news eleven days has passed since the murder of multimillionaire heiress Therese Blake Ayuso and police have yet to make an arrest. A number of people have been [...]

Scholarships offered by Ashcroft Foundation

Belizeans who are interested in a career in business will soon have the opportunity to study free of charge in the United Kingdom. The new program is being offered by [...]

Dollar campaign aids hurricane victims

The Youth Development Department has joined in the nationwide Hurricane Keith relief effort. On Monday October thirtieth, the department will launch its Keith relief Give A Dollar campaign. The project [...]

Nigerian diplomats visit Belize

Assistance in the wake of Hurricane Keith has come from far and wide…and today it came in person from a continent with which Belize has historical roots. A delegation from [...]

Audubon helps Belize River residents

The impression given by some environmental groups is that they care more about plants and animals than people. The Belize Audubon Society has always sought to defy that stereotype and [...]

BFL teams meet in Belmopan

Good evening I’m James Adderly and you’re locked in to this latest dish of Sports Monday. For those who couldn’t wait for the return of BFL regular season football play [...]