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Shopkeepers fed up with violent crime

Knocking off a Chinese grocery: it’s a crime as Belizean as rice and beans–or perhaps dala chicken. But just because the modus operandi is a familiar one, it doesn’t make [...]

Another suspect charged in Cayo murder

Police have made one more arrest in the December fifth murder of an Orange Walk businessman in Camalote Village. Thirty-year old Timothy Vanegas was charged on Wednesday with the crimes [...]

Unions complain that B.T.L. plans layoffs

Union members at B.T.L. and their colleagues nationwide today served notice that they are not at all happy with some changes the company has in store for its labour force. [...]

Website glitch leaves pollster seeing red

The practice of public opinion research–or polling–has never caught on in Belize. And while in many parts of the world politicians live and die by the latest polling numbers, we [...]

B.D.F. celebrates 25th anniversary

By the standards of the English speaking Caribbean islands, it’s a finely tuned, well equipped military juggernaut; but by Central American measurements, the Belize Defence Force barely qualifies as a [...]

Haylock hopes to break P.U.P. spell in Pickstock

She has been a community activist all her adult life, but somehow managed to avoid the realm of partisan politics… at least until now. As the U.D.P. candidate in Pickstock, [...]