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Gaming company asks court to unfreeze funds

On Thursday, the Financial Intelligence Unit froze the bank accounts of an Internet gaming operation based at Data Pro in Ladyville. The F.I.U. said it was acting on a request [...]

B.T.L. rate case opens in Supreme Court

The case of the Public Utilities Commission versus Belize Telecommunications Limited over rates the company has been charging consumers since December 2001, opened today in the Supreme Court. The proceedings [...]

O.W. battles black ash problem

Air pollution: it’s not something Belizeans in general think about, but for some residents of the Orange Walk District, air pollution from the sugar industry is a constant concern. This [...]

Jamaican drug smuggler gets 5 years

In an update to a story we ran in December of last year on an employee of a cruise ship arrested while trying to smuggle cocaine out of Belize, on [...]

One dead, several injured in accidents

There was a fatal accident on the road between San Ignacio and Benque on Thursday. Pedro Caretella, a forty-six year old resident of Esperanza Village, apparently lost control of his [...]

Haitian Revolution exhibit opens Monday

It began as a tribute to the two hundredth anniversary of the Haitian Revolution, but with the current rebellion in Haiti making the headlines nightly, a new exhibit at the [...]

Buggy horses welfare monitored

Horse and buggies are a picturesque sight around Belize City. But while they may be a quaint and slow paced way of seeing the town, they rely on the energy [...]