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Guatemala talks continue in Washington

Day two of the latest round of talks between Guatemala and Belize continued today at OAS headquarters in Washington. News 5 spoke to negotiators this afternoon who declined to discuss [...]

Prime Minister represents CARICOM in Haiti

While the bulk of Belize’s diplomatic corps presents our case in Washington, Prime Minister Said Musa is engaging in a bit of diplomacy of his own in Haiti. The Prime [...]

Authorities to crack down on reckless bike riders

In crime news investigators continue to search for clues and suspects in the theft of high-powered weapons from the police and BDF arsenals. No arrests, however, are reported. In Belize [...]

Conference works to enforce environmental laws

If you think that it’s tough these days for prosecutors to put everyday criminals like robbers, rapists, drug dealers and murderers in jail, it’s even more difficult to punish people [...]

Mile 27 landfill site is best, says official

One of the more controversial issues dominating the nation’s environmental debate is the recommendation for a comprehensive programme to manage Belize’s solid waste–better known as garbage. Environmental officer Martin Alegria [...]

Hacker enters BTL website, no danger to customers

The latest daylight attack by criminal elements did not happen on Albert Street, in Yabra or St. Martin de Porres. Instead the information superhighway also known as the World Wide [...]

Organic cacao exports help Toledo farmers

It will never rank with the massive export industries of sugar, citrus and bananas in terms of foreign exchange… but dollar for dollar, the economic impact of organic cacao on [...]