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Maya leaders seek participation in Toledo recovery

They had been spared the ravages of a hurricane for so long that few Mayan villagers in Toledo had any idea what to expect on the night of October eighth. [...]

Donations continue for hurricane relief

Assistance in the wake of Hurricane Iris continues to arrive. Taiwanese Ambassador Charles Tsai presented a cheque for fifty thousand U.S. dollars today to the Government of Belize, while in [...]

Postal workers advised on anthrax

With the domination of U.S. television news by the growing threat of bio-terrorism and the apparent detection of anthrax spores at postal facilities outside the United States, it was only [...]

Belize City men busted for coke in Benque

In crime news, what would normally be considered a major drug seizure, has, in the wake of the October ninth record cocaine bust, been relegated to just another police report. [...]

Soc. Sec. Board hosts regional meeting

Social Security techniques including health, financing of pension systems and management are topics being discussed at a three-day Social Security conference underway at the Radisson. The fifth high level seminar [...]

Ground broken for Port Loyola Library

Ground breaking ceremonies for a two-storey multi-purpose building took place this afternoon on Central American Boulevard. The ground floor of the building will be used for the Port Loyola Library, [...]

Texaco “adopts” St. Luke Methodist School

Viewers of this newscast are aware that Belize’s contractors are working hard just to keep up with the demand for educational facilities. But despite the growing number of new buildings, [...]

Lotto fever hits Belize

The madness may not match that surrounding the Powerball craze in the United States earlier this year, but if you’ve been around a Lotto outlet today, you may have noticed [...]