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Accident victims not yet out of danger

Tonight, the survivors of a traffic accident on the Western Highway, which claimed the lives of four people, remain under close medical supervision, some of them still fighting for their [...]

Editorial: Low cost measures could save lives

While the victims fight for life, many Belizeans are using the tragedy as a focal point for efforts to reduce the nation’s high level of traffic fatalities. And we at [...]

First Supreme Court defendant is a no show

It was back to business today at the Supreme Court after yesterday’s ceremonial opening. But it seems the first defendant scheduled to stand trial in 2003 had better things to [...]

Ban on Bz. buses in Chet reversed in late meeting

Between its troubles at the Tourism Village, the Benque riots and a debt service ratio that would drive most accountants to drink, these are not the best of times for [...]

Photographic exhibition features Mexican beaches

When you live in one of those postcard paradises like Belize, you really don’t need to see another piece of sea, sun or sand… right? Maybe, but for those who [...]

Odinga Lumumba: Back from Africa

His name may be meaningless to those under the age of thirty, but in 1981 the very mention of Odinga Lumumba stuck fear in the hearts of the establishment and [...]

New work at Caracol makes it tourist friendly

It is not what you’d call an easy drive, particularly following a heavy rain. But on Monday cameraman Brent Toombs and I finally made it to an ancient Maya site [...]

Prison life improves under new management

When Belize’s only prison came under private control last year there were those who said it was a hopeless task. Today, although the jury may still be out, there is [...]