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3 illegal settlements totally evacuated

It’s an issue that consumed the undivided attention of Belize’s best diplomatic minds for almost two months and distracted both countries from the more important issue of dealing with the [...]

Belize City man dead in driveby shooting

Weekend shootings in the poorer neighborhoods of Belize City are not uncommon these days, but more often than not the victim has some connection with the shooter. While one incident [...]

1 stolen gun recovered, 1 discovered not stolen

Although Belmopan police have not been successful in making an arrest in connection with the high powered guns stolen from the training school armoury on January twenty-ninth they have had [...]

Monsanto arrested for gun possession

The reputed gang leader who watched his infant son die from a bullet meant for him is once again in trouble with the law. Twenty-six year old Clay Monsanto of [...]

Wife throws acid at husband’s girlfriend

What appeared to have been a love triangle turned extremely ugly on Thursday. Police say Germaine Thompson Staine, a twenty-two year old domestic of Mahogany Street Extension, had a fight [...]

Man falls to death in well

A freak accident in the Corozal District has claimed the life of a labourer of Concepcion Village. Reports are that fifty-two year old Jose Pineda was drinking with two friends, [...]

Missionary arrested, violated 9th commandment

As a preacher, one of the first sermons you’re taught to master is that of the ten commandments. But somewhere along the way it appears that an American missionary of [...]

Incumbents triumph in PUP conventions

Three more conventions were held over the weekend to nominate People’s United Party standard bearers for the 2003 general elections. In Toledo East, incumbent representative Mike Espat turned back well [...]

New fire truck for Dangriga

On Friday March third, Prime Minister Said Musa and Minister of Home Affairs Dickie Bradley, went on a working tour of the Stann Creek District. While inspecting some projects that [...]

Guanacaste Park helped by PACT

Guanacaste Park, the nation’s smallest but most accessible protected area, is being improved courtesy of the Protected Areas Conservation Trust. PACT and the Belize Audubon Society today signed a grant [...]

Belize-Cuba Mixed Commission meets in Havana

A delegation of Belizean officials has returned from Havana where members participated in the fourth session of the Cuba-Belize Mixed Commission. The two-day series of meetings planned bilateral programmes in [...]

Activities scheduled for Women’s Week

“Believing in Ourselves-Uniting for the Future”, is the theme for Women’s Week being observed March fourth to tenth. Acting Women’s Department Director, Christy Castillo, says Belizean women have come a [...]

Yabra tops Griga Tropical in BFL play

Good evening I’m James Adderley and we are rolling into another blast of Sports Monday. Last year Kulture Yabra and Griga Tropical were bitter rivals, but 2001 there has been [...]