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Is B.T.L. on verge of buying Intelco?

It?s never quite clear where the rumours originate—with B.T.L., Intelco or the Belize Government–but the tortilla telegraph, not to mention the internet, is working overtime promoting a detailed version of [...]

Kaseke?s fate will await return of A.G.

Calls to the Attorney General?s Ministry this afternoon revealed that Solicitor General Elson Kaseke wasn?t in office today, and in fact, won?t be back until Monday morning. As for additional [...]

Police sceptical of O.W. robbery report

Orange Walk police are tonight investigating a robbery report made late last night that has left officers highly suspicious of the alleged victim. According to nineteen-year-old Hilberto Guerra, a trucker [...]

Pornography prosecution may be difficult

The case of Amir Frutos, the Cayo businessman arrested and charged for production, possession and distribution of illicit material is set to go before the Magistrate?s Court on September thirteenth. [...]

Photo competition awards prizes

Budding Belizean photographers got their shot to be in front of the camera this morning as official ceremonies were held at the House of Culture for an amateur competition. Organized [...]

Mormons donate 500 wheelchairs

It seems as if there are never enough wheel chairs to go around in Belize. This evening, Care Belize received yet another large donation, this time a gift from the [...]

Tourism industry prepares for hurricane

The scientists said it would be an active hurricane season, but here we are on the edge of August and not a named storm yet. Don?t worry, our recent history [...]

Unique summer camp helps disabled

There are summer camps…and then there are summer camps. He’s probably reported on dozens during his career, but the one Patrick Jones visited this morning particularly caught his eye. Patrick [...]