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Domestic abuse: One woman’s story

It is one of our society’s dirty little secrets that you won’t find in any tourist brochure. Like incest, rape and sexual abuse of children, domestic violence is a criminal [...]

Guns and ammo found at Moho Caye

The amnesty for illegally held firearms is over…but one Belize City couple may wish they turned in their guns and ammo when they had the chance. On Thursday police searched [...]

Cawich tops P.U.P. convention in Cayo South

The mystery over who will represent the People’s United Party in the upcoming by-election in Cayo South is over. Joaquin Cawich, son of the late Agripino Cawich, earned the right [...]

No deal at W.T.O. Cancun meeting

Over the weekend, the fifth ministerial meeting of the World Trade Organization came to an end in Cancun, Mexico. But the big news is that the delegates went home without [...]

New image as Barclays becomes FirstCaribbean

The merger took place almost a year ago, but it was only this weekend that Barclays Bank in Belize made the visual transition to FirstCaribbean International. In a ceremony held [...]

Corozal Community College goes large

It’s been twenty-five years since St. Francis Xavier and the Methodist High School in Corozal amalgamated to form Corozal Community College. This morning the institution broke ground on two major [...]

Brothers Cruz to extreme victory

It’s called the Belize Extreme Canoe Race. And unlike its better known cousin that travels the same route down the Macal and Belize Rivers, this trip is not done for [...]

Raiders repeat as basketball champs

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and we want to welcome you to this hefty September portion of Sports Monday. There were vents galore for the Belizean sports fan over the [...]