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Michelle creeps north

Hurricane Michelle is tonight gaining strength in the Caribbean Sea as she creeps determinedly north. Hurricane Michelle was last centred two hundred and fifty-five miles south-southeast of Western Cuba moving [...]

Lawyers: Wave Dancer owners negligent

Investigators representing the families of the Belizeans lost in the boating accident involving the Wave Dancer say the owners of the diveboat are grossly negligent. Nelson Ayala of Huggett and [...]

Musa: Espat was obligated to resign

On last night’s One on One, Prime Minister Musa focussed the discussion to the negative effects of September eleventh and Hurricane Iris that Belize will experience. P.M. Musa maintained that [...]

G.O.B. faces great challenges

The P.M. also discussed the recent announcement from Cabinet that government will be revising the budget to cut back on expenditures. Prime Minister Said Musa “When we redesign this project [...]

Moreno’s citizenship revoked

Late tonight the Ministry of Home Affairs, Police, Prisons and Immigration has informed the media that the citizenship granted to Jorge Carlos Moreno, currently charged in the largest drug bust [...]

Mother charged with child abandonment

A woman from Stann Creek has been charged with child abandonment after her children were found suffering from extreme malnutrition. According to police, Human Development Officer Anthony Lino, went to [...]

Police sensitised to domestic abuse

Domestic violence, prevention and intervention, is the focus of a two-day workshop for police officers and social workers underway in Belize City. The event, which opened this morning, is being [...]

Security guard wins Lotto

A security guard at the Central Bank is tonight eighty-nine thousand dollars richer. Supervisor Michael Berry was the man holding the winning combination for the Lotto jackpot all along. After [...]

U.B. fundraises for scholarship programme

Tonight, the University of Belize is holding a fundraising dinner to finance a scholarship program for Belizean students. The event is being held under the patronage of Prime Minister Musa, [...]

Tourists on hurricanes: how much do they know?

When the red flag went up on Thursday, every Belizean who saw it twisting in the wind knew what it meant. But what about visitors to the country? Do they [...]

Bze photographers feature Iris

As residents of the communities affected by Hurricane Iris continue to piece their lives back together, it would be easy for the rest of us to forget what they have [...]