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Intelco: late but soon come

For a brief moment in time, the company looked like a knight in shining armour, ready to breech the walls of Belize’s high priced monopoly telecom market, rescue the beleaguered [...]

Guatemalan charged in El Pilar attacks

Police in San Ignacio believe they have cracked one of the year’s major unsolved crimes in the Cayo District. Today twenty-five year old Guatemalan Alex Santos was arrested and charged [...]

Two sought in forgery investigation

Police tonight are looking for two men whom they believe can answer some questions about a case of forgery. Alexander Reyes of Mahogany Street and Jose Torres of Barrack Road [...]

Toledo man killed in traffic mishap

A Toledo man is dead following a traffic mishap on the Southern Highway. Omar Palma of Forest Home lost his life when a parked car in which he was sitting [...]

PUP will confirm council slate on Saturday

T’is the Christmas season, but who says politics can’t be a part of it. The People’s United Party will be holding its City Council convention Saturday at the Wilton Cumberbatch [...]

Perera makes another try at politics

Meanwhile, one politician who went silent over recent years is suddenly back in election mode. Estevan Perera, remembered best for his intimate involvement in the now defunct People’s Democratic Party, [...]

B.E.L. says it’s two years behind on Chalillo

While the environmentalists are going back to their corner to regroup after the Supreme Court ruled against them on Chalillo, B.E.L. is getting ready to move ahead with its plans. [...]

BAHA opens new central lab

The funny sounding acronym seemed to jump out of nowhere, but before long its influence was felt everywhere…from medfly quarantines in Toledo to suspected swine fever in Cayo. And today [...]

Flu outbreak takes cheer out of Christmas

Chances are that a large portion of those watching tonight’s newscast are doing so through watery eyes, distracted by aching joints and a throbbing headache. Well, Jacqueline Woods’ next story [...]