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Players manoeuvre in P.U.P. civil war

On the day after Prime Minster Said Musa?s public commitment to make serious financial reforms and restructure ?the highest levels of government,? the various players and pundits are busy trying [...]

B.T.L.: record revenues but lower net profit

While controversy swirls over the means by which Glenn Godfrey raised funds to create the telecommunications company INTELCO, last night the incumbent monopoly, Belize Telecommunications Ltd, held its annual general [...]

Taiwan: will president help with cash?

And while on the subject of money, recall that it has been announced by the government of Taiwan that its president, Chen Shui-bian, will visit Belize, either late this month [...]

5 Belizeans march in Athens opening

With only five members, we did expect the Belize delegation at the Athens Olympics to get much screen time…And, sure enough, the T.V. glory lasted for all of about six [...]

Pact awards two big scholarships

While many small countries are almost totally dependent on foreign funding for conservation projects, Belize is fortunate that we generate funds domestically through PACT, the Protected Areas Conservation Trust. And [...]

New hybrids show promise for cashew crop

Despite the high price, they are a delicacy that is hard to resist. But as News 5′s Patrick Jones reports, if one well known couple has their way, Belizean cashews [...]