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Car found but still no break in Chin murder

Police are today trying to piece together clues that may help them solve the mystery of who killed well-known contractor Phillip Chin. They are still not certain if Chin was [...]

U.S. tourist dies while snorkelling

What should have been a wonderful trip to the reef, today turned into tragedy for a group of American tourists. According to police reports, the visitors were vacationing in San [...]

School burglary bodes ill for computer programme

It’s not an unusual news story by any means, but the latest break in at a Belize City primary school is reminding officials that the impending installation of five thousand [...]

Guatemalan President favours self-determination

Most of the visiting dignitaries have departed, but the effects of the CARICOM-Central American Summit will remain in Belize for some time. Chief among them is the strengthening of Belize’s [...]

Officials seek new strategies for youth

One of the key topics of discussion at this week’s CARICOM Summit was the need for bold and concrete regional initiatives to deal with crime and its underlying causes. Today, [...]

Caribbean “Millionaire” debuts Sunday night

Another subject dealt with at the CARICOM summit was the temporary closure of the Caribbean Media Corporation. That non-profit company, jointly owned by the Caribbean News Agency and Caribbean Broadcasting [...]

B.T.L. goes 7-digits in May

Another sign that Belize is being irresistibly sucked into the mainstream of global life is the decision by B.T.L. to switch from our current five-digit telephone numbers to the internationally [...]

New museum opens to rave reviews

A hundred years from now when historians of the future evaluate the performance of the government led by Prime Minister Said Musa, chances are they will not dwell on the [...]