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Bzeans speak out on BTL’s new rates

On the eve of D-day, when BTL’s new rate structure will begin to take effect, the public is still sending out mixed signals. On one hand, some organisations are calling [...]

P.M. says BTL taxes will not be lowered

When B.T.L. faced off with the press three weeks ago regarding the new rates, the telecommunications company said the price hikes were, in part, a result of taxes: namely the [...]

Family remembers AIDS victim with quilt

Tomorrow is World AIDS Day and while several activities have been planned countrywide, main events include a solidarity march through the streets of Belize City culminating at the B.T.L. Park [...]

Taiwan donates big to new foreign affairs building

The Taiwanese Ambassador has presented the Government of Belize with a cheque valued at just under a million Belize dollars. This morning, Ambassador Charles Tsai handed over approximately four hundred [...]

One dead, another critical in stabbing incident

An early evening fight in Ladyville has left one man dead, another hospitalized and three more in police custody. According to police, eighteen year old Garett Betancourt of Flamboyant Crescent [...]

Southern Choice robbed; second time in two weeks

With the number of armed holdups being reported to the police these days, it’s no longer a question of just where did it happen but rather, how big the guns [...]

Body found in Mopan River

The body of a man has been found in the Mopan River near the Western Highway. Police reports are that on Thursday, San Ignacio officers found the lifeless body of [...]

S.J.C. students score points in school expo

With exam week only a few days away for most students, the heat is on to leave teachers with a good impression. Such was the case on the campus of [...]

Bz. groupers threatened with extinction

They might look big and ugly but they sure taste good, so maybe that’s why they’re a favourite of fishermen and dinner plates alike. But today, one species of Belize’s [...]

Teachers get training to deal w/dyslexic students

Most Belizeans might have heard the word dyslexia before, but it should shock you that authorities now estimate that as many as three children in every classroom in Belize are [...]

O.W. man turns trash into art

Tonight as another tribute to local producers, we feature one of our many talented artists. This Orange Walk man is hoping to turn a profit by putting a new face [...]