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Gales Point murder victim dumped in lagoon

While Belize is certainly no stranger to violent crime, the grisly murder discovered yesterday in Gales Point was unusual, both in its location and nationality of its victim: a frequent [...]

5 bank robbers remain at large

A day after one of the most violent bank robberies in the nation’s history, police seem no closer to catching any of the five remaining criminals believed to be involved…but [...]

Wounded constable back in Belize

And in police news of a happier nature, P.C. Kevin Jacobs has returned to Belize after receiving treatment in Merida for wounds suffered at the hands of gunmen in Cayo. [...]

Opposition protests G.O.B. policies

Depending on your political source the numbers will differ sharply, but the civilian consensus is that this morning, somewhere between three hundred and five hundred Belizeans took to the streets [...]

Court: banks must unfreeze Caribsports assets

And in what must have been a very busy day for U.D.P. leader Dean Barrow–this time in his role as attorney–he today informed News 5 that the Supreme Court has [...]

U.D.P. says I.C.C. will buy INTELCO

In related news, a U.D.P. press release again lambasted the government for excessive secrecy in its dealings with the sale of B.T.L. This time the opposition went beyond its previous [...]

New Afro-Maya curriculum inaugurated

It was promised two election campaigns ago, and today it became official: the teaching of African and Mayan history is now part of the Social Studies curriculum. The programme was [...]

Musa: Belizeans must have pride in ancestry

Meanwhile, the man who supported the concept of African and Mayan studies from the beginning, Prime Minister Said Musa, says for too long people in Belize have been subjected to [...]