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Police seek to raise recruiting standards

In the midst of what is becoming the loudest and most expensive political campaign in Belizean history, it is sometimes difficult for the media to avoid getting caught up in [...]

Suspect charged in November chopping

Tonight a Belize City man stands accused of attempted murder in connection with an incident that occurred last year. According to police, after two months of active searching, on Tuesday [...]

Family seeks missing relative

A Belize City family needs your help in locating a missing relative. Twenty-six year old Valerie Flores left her home on Pine Street on Sunday, January twelfth, and she has [...]

P.M. tours Cayo

As Prime Minister he is charged with the task of leading the nation…and as head of the ruling political party, he is also expected to lead the partisan cavalry into [...]

Chief Elections Officer keeps mum

While the politicians gear up for what is expected to be a general election in no less than seven weeks, we can only assume that the nation’s electoral apparatus is [...]

Water Summit seeks to improve legislation

Today marked the end of Belize’s first Freshwater Summit. The session, attended by international experts and government officials, as well as interested students, aims at safeguarding our water resources. Freshwater [...]

Forecast calls for more hurricane in ’03

And while we’re on the subject of fresh water, we should note that all the water dropped on Belize during hurricanes is also fresh. The eve of the dry season [...]

Agreement signed for airport free zone

It has been a long, slow process, but an agreement has finally been signed to establish a commercial free zone at the Philip Goldson International Airport. Using an initial four [...]

Almost 100 and going strong

Long-time viewers of Belizean society may notice two seemingly irreconcilable demographic trends occurring simultaneously. On one hand more Belizeans than ever appear to be dying young–from natural causes as well [...]