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Nurses in the north threaten strike

The nursing staff at the Northern Regional Hospital is so frustrated with their working conditions, they have threatened to take industrial action if things do not improve. At an emergency [...]

Riot act read wrong at Tower Hill?

Proceedings of the commission charged to investigate the incident at the Tower Hill Bridge took a surprising twist today. Chairman of the commission, Justice Christopher Blackman, told those present that [...]

Man’s body found on Albert Street

If you use Albert Street to get to work in the morning, no doubt you’ve seen your fair share of strewn bodies trying to sleep off hangovers. But this morning [...]

CARICOM: Meddling Gov’ts scare investors

The public education campaign hosted by CARICOM regarding the Caribbean Court of Justice and Single Market continued today in Belize City. But while the audience might have been small, the [...]

Man at Work exhibit

Artist Terryl Godoy is the Man at Work. This week he’s working hard to make sure everyone knows about his latest exhibition called “Have This, Have That.” Godoy says he [...]

China donates $700,000 to Min. of Foreign Affairs

The Republic of China has donated close to a million dollars to the Belize Government. On Tuesday, Ambassador Charles Tsai presented a check for just over seven hundred thousand dollars [...]

Foot and Mouth workshop launched

The images on television illustrating the impact of the Foot and Mouth disease in Europe are still vivid in the minds of livestock producers here in Belize. Despite the fact [...]

HMS Coventry anchors in Belize

If you’ve got really good eyes, on a clear day you might have noticed a big boat on the horizon. That’s the HMS Coventry, anchored four miles outside Belize City. [...]

13 go for Queen of the Bay crown

One highlight of the National Celebrations has always been the Queen of the Bay Pageant. This year there is no shortage of contestants, with thirteen young women dying to walk [...]