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Police seek Mexicans in double murder

Police are tonight focussing on a Mexican connection in the murder of two Belize City men early Sunday morning. Investigators believe that Edward Felix and Anthony Haylock, proprietor and employee [...]

High powered robbers take money and car

Police are also looking for a group of men who armed themselves with an arsenal of weapons and robbed two Belize City residents on Tuesday night. According to twenty-seven year [...]

Salvadoran arrested in rape attempt

A Belize City resident is tonight charged with attempted rape after he attacked a woman early Saturday morning. According to police, the victim, a thirty-six year old Salvadoran, was sleeping [...]

Companies donate to Red Cross

Today, the Belize Red Cross received a generous donation of ten thousand dollars to assist that organisation in its hurricane Iris Relief efforts. Since October eighth, Red Cross branches have [...]

Villagers receive grants for reconstruction

The collection of money for hurricane relief is only one half the disaster recovery equation. The other is how that money is spent. Today, officials from NEMO, PAHO, The European [...]

U.W.I. conference opens in Belize City

It was an opportunity for academics and intellectuals from around the region to exchange ideas, disseminate research and provoke thought. Ann-Marie Williams reports from the U.W.I. on Princess Margaret Drive. [...]

After school centre promotes “funducation”

With more families being headed by working parents there is increasing concern about what the children are doing after school. One group of women from Belize City is solving the [...]

Nat’l Basketball Team prepares for C.A. Games

The last time the Belize National Basketball Team took to the court they were eliminated by Barbados, albeit with a good measure of help from officials. Next week the venue [...]

B.E.L. chairman says Chalillo will benefit Belize

As chairman of Belize Electricity Limited and C.E.O. of its parent company, Fortis of Canada, Stan Marshall is the man who opponents of the Chalillo dam love to hate. Over [...]