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Tour operator dispute cripples cruise tourism

The ruction that rumbled around the Tourism Village today came as no surprise. Indeed, viewers of last night’s newscast were well prepared for the predicted confrontation between street vendors and [...]

Vendors are relocated to Memorial Park

The other controversy at the Tourism Village today, almost lost in the confusion over buses, was the issue of vendors and hair braiders who have set up shop on Fort [...]

Elderly tourist dies while snorkelling

The battle of the buses was not the only bad news in tourism today. Police report that an elderly cruise ship passenger who elected to take a caye trip died [...]

Cabinet approves initiatives on immigration

Cabinet has announced three initiatives arising from that body’s meeting on Tuesday. In response to the report of the Social Security Reform Commission, several recommendations will be enacted immediately, including [...]

Cuba seek better transport in region

On the eve of a meeting of the Association of Caribbean States, representatives from Belize and Cuba today took the opportunity to engage in some bilateral diplomacy. The occasion was [...]

Shooters fail to advance in Salvador Games

In Tuesday’s action at the Caribbean and Central American Games in El Salvador, Belize’s sharpshooters aimed valiantly but failed to make the finals. Charles Chavannes scored five hundred and forty-six [...]

Cause of fatal fire still unknown

It was a catastrophe that shocked the close knit series of villages along the Hummingbird Highway and Stann Creek Valley Road. But for most Belizeans, the death of two children [...]