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Gas stations strike for bigger margins

It started as a few random rumours late this afternoon, but by five, long lines were already spilling onto the street from the nation’s gas stations. The reason: an alleged [...]

Bad cheque scam could cost Scotia $1.5 million

It’s a scandal that has rocked the Belizean banking industry to the core: a sophisticated ring of thieves that forged cheques to embezzle huge sums of cash from unsuspecting Bank [...]

Cops crack Caye Caulker burglary ring

Tonight Caye Caulker police are patting themselves on the back after they successfully shut down a burglary ring that has been haunting the island for more than a month. According [...]

Rabies found in Cayo District

Farmers in the Cayo District are on high alert tonight after the Belize Agricultural Health Authority confirmed two cases of rabies in two different animals. According to BAHA’s veterinary technician [...]

3 charged, P.G. shooting victim remains paralysed

Thirteen year old Rodney Borland remains on a ventilator, paralysed from the waist down, at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. The teenager was shot in his chest Friday night during [...]

Lions Club sponsors poster contest

Crime, war, terrorism…sometimes the world is not a particularly peaceful place. But as the earth’s leaders do what they can to address all the chaos, individual organizations are doing their [...]

Lucky Chiang holds art exhibit

While the world of watercolours might be traditionally relegated to children, for one Belizean the endless combination of diluted colours combine to express life like never before. Fifty-seven year old [...]

St. Catherine students debate proposals

It was hardly what you’d call a scientific sampling of the public’s opinion on the proposals to end the Guatemala claim…but as an academic exercise, the debate that took place [...]