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Street leaders urge end to violence

It may have lacked the drama of the gang truce proclaimed at Bird’s Isle in 1995, but today two well known warriors from the George Street and Ghost Town areas [...]

News blackout descends over Guatemala talks

It has descended like dusk in the rainforest. What I’m talking about is a news blackout now in effect over the talks with Guatemala being held in Washington. Both the [...]

Pedestrian knocked down by truck

A six year-old student of Wesley Infant School is under observation at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital after he was knocked down by a truck in Belize City. Police say [...]

Traffic wardens move against reckless cyclists

In an effort to avoid more of those tragedies in the future, authorities in Belize City have turned their attention to the problem of two wheeled vehicles. Ann-Marie Williams has [...]

Sandhill inaugurates new water system

It seems that every week we hear news of another remote rural community inaugurating a village water system. But not all the people needing water live far from the city. [...]

Chairman defends WASA privatisation

While residents of Sandhill were taking pride in their water, many Belizeans have been fearful of WASA’s plans for privatisation. WASA’s chairman, Ray Lightburn, says that the country’s growth requires [...]

Women artists exhibit at Image Factory

The Image Factory has never been shy about breaking new ground in the world of art…and that boldness also applies to names given to the gallery’s exhibitions. Yasser Musa, Director, [...]