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Concern mounts for Belizeans in New York

If the scenario that unfolded today in the United States of America was part of a script for a proposed movie, it would be rejected as being too farfetched. But [...]

All flights to U.S. cancelled

Belizeans in the United States were not our only citizens effected by the disaster. Because of the closure of U.S. airspace, all flights in and out of that country were [...]

US Embassy closes as new ambassador takes over

Another facility in Belize, which felt the impact of terrorist attacks on the United States, was that country’s embassy here. The embassy, located in Belize City, was closed sometime this [...]

Expelled union organisers return to Belize

Four men wrongly expelled from Belize on Thursday morning were welcomed back by their families over the weekend in Dangriga. The boat, dispatched by Prime Minister Said Musa when he [...]

Machete wielding thugs invade hospital

The Karl Heusner Memorial is the only public hospital in Belize City that provides a twenty-four hour accident and emergency care. However, it has become increasingly dangerous for those who [...]

Two die in weekend highway accidents

A pair of traffic accidents over the holiday weekend has left two men dead. Police say that around 3:30 a.m. on Sunday Nick Chan, nineteen, of Palmetto Street in Orange [...]

Cayo man robbed of over $15,000

A San Ignacio resident was sleeping when he was woken up just in time to be robbed at gunpoint. Reports are that on Saturday, thirty-six year old Sunil Sukhlani of [...]

Cocaine destroyed by police

Over the weekend, police destroyed almost all of the two thousand, three hundred and eleven pounds of cocaine seized last week in the nation’s fourth biggest drug bust. The coke–minus [...]

Ambassador Edward Laing dies in Belize

He lives in New York, but the tragedy which befell Belize’s former Ambassador to the United States and United Nations took place right here in Belize. Edward Laing, home on [...]

10th speakers recall 1798

Belize marked the two hundred and third anniversary of the Battle of St. George’s Caye on Monday with ceremonies held at the Memorial Park in Belize City. Both Human Development [...]

Cultural Heritage top carnival band

It may have been one of the smallest carnival road marches in recent years, but the scaled down parade did attract large numbers of spectators in Belize City on Saturday. [...]

Photo exhibition opens at House of Culture

If today’s events in New York and Washington have you keyed up, a good place to calm your nerves may be the House of Culture where a new photographic exhibition [...]

Cyclists compete on city streets

Good evening I’m James Adderley and we welcome you to this September serving of Sports Monday. The criterium ride has become an annual fixture on the celebration calendar. But one [...]