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U.K. donates equipment to B.D.F.

The government of the United Kingdom has demonstrated that although it no longer keeps two thousand soldiers and six Harrier jets in Belize, it is committed to helping the nation [...]

Espat deplores police thefts, ducks blame

While the Minister of National Security was having no problem in procuring equipment for his troops, he has had considerably less success in keeping it out of the hands of [...]

Two apprehended in farm shooting

Two men are in custody tonight, believed to be part of a trio of thugs who robbed a farm and shot one of its workers. On Tuesday afternoon Jermaine Rhaburn [...]

Van burned, owners says it’s because he spoke out

When a Port Loyola resident heard a loud noise outside his home around four-thirty this morning it may not have been gunshots… but the disaster was no less disturbing. Clifford [...]

New judge begins work on Monday

Efforts to restore confidence in Belize’s system of justice are beginning to pay off, as on Monday a new judge of the Supreme Court will be welcomed to the bench. [...]

Taiwanese Navy visits next week

A traditional attraction for joining the U.S. Navy is summed up in the slogan: “See the world”. And the same may be said for the navy of the Republic of [...]

P.S.U. negotiates transition at K.H.M.H.

The transition of the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital from direct government control to semi-autonomous status will take effect on April first. Today the Public Service Union met with management and [...]

Port workers get money, union still “bex”

Nearly one hundred union members working at the Port Authority will finally receive salary increments. This morning another round was fought in the long running battle between the Port Authority [...]

UDP anoints a candidate in Collet

It’s almost three weeks since the People’s United Party, in a highly controversial race between three well known candidates, selected its standard bearer for the Collet Division. Today the United [...]

Orange Walk singer wins karaoke

Week six of Karaoke TV was a close contest between a number of talented singers. Here’s how the night ended. Williams Neal, Host, Karaoke TV “And the winner is Nalleli [...]

New eye clinic improves patient care

The Belize Council for the Visually Impaired has for years been providing the public with low cost high quality eye care… and with the recent opening of its new clinic [...]