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Footballer charged with assault, obstruction

The Belize Premier Football League may have taken disciplinary action against players, management and fans, but the fallout from Sunday’s post match riot is far from over. Today police announced [...]

“Reformed” burglar back in jail

He described himself as an expert in home security…and indeed he was. Twenty-two year old John Bartley had admitted to committing one hundred and fifty-two burglaries and only recently emerged [...]

Cruise ships passengers crowd Belize City

The streets of Belize City were extra crowded today as no fewer than three cruise ships were in the harbour. The Norwegian Sun, with two thousand, four hundred and twenty [...]

Twelve apply for cambio license

The last few weeks have been quiet on the foreign exchange scene, and during that time prospective operators of newly enfranchised casas de cambio have been getting their applications in [...]

P.M. attends RIO Group summit

Prime Minister Said Musa, current chairman of CARICOM, will represent the Caribbean Community at the sixteenth RIO Group Summit of Heads of State and Government, which will take place on [...]

Churches plan “Hundred Man March”

Since we don’t have a million people, let alone a million men, the Assemblies of God churches in Belize have decided to call it the “Hundreds Men March”. Patterned after [...]

New buildings for Stella Maris

It is one of Belize’s best known educational institutions but has not always had the benefit of the resources to live up to its reputation. Today, for the Stella Maris [...]

Private trade school increases enrolment

Finding ways to turn direction-less youths into productive citizens has been a high priority for a generation of Belizean politicians and educators. Today, we highlight two of the latest efforts [...]

CET to teach jewelry making

A more familiar name in vocational education is the Centre for Employment Training. Today, we found that CET will soon be expanding its curriculum. Jacqueline Woods, Reporting The course is [...]

Placencia woman latest karaoke winner

She auditioned on Saturday as part of the Maya Island Air KTV Caravan…and by Tuesday night she not only appeared on the show, but walked away with a slot in [...]

Prisoners learn art and business of mosaic

It’s an art that dates back to ancient times…and in Belize it’s being resurrected, not in the museum or house of culture…but behind bars. Janelle Chanona reports. Janelle Chanona, Reporting [...]