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Suspect charged in Cayo murder

Fifty-seven year old Gabriel Pinelo, the victim of a brutal murder in his home last weekend, was today buried in San Ignacio Town. Two men were detained by police, pending [...]

Cops arrest man for city robbery

Twenty-four hours after they collared two suspects believed to have robbed a Belize City shopkeeper, police have brought charges against one of the youths. Twenty one year old Kyle Blades [...]

Tropic Air celebrates 25 years of service

Institutions are in short supply in Belize, particularly those that grow up in highly competitive, capital intensive businesses like the airline industry. Today, after twenty-five years of steady growth and [...]

W.T.O. rules against E.U. sugar subsidies

It’s a complex subject involving the often-arcane rules of international trade, but bottom line is that Belize lost big time when the World Trade Organisation ruled on Friday against the [...]

New dept. store invites Belizeans to Chetumal

Several times over the past twenty years, major devaluations of the Mexican peso have sent Belizeans by the thousands across the border to shop in Chetumal. In recent years, as [...]

Forum looks at global warming

It’s a public lecture set for Wednesday night at six…which means that if you attend you’ll miss your favourite TV newscast. But that’s ok with us because the subject of [...]

Cayo Towns observe centennial

If a poll were taken among Belizeans and visitors it would probably be voted the most popular part of Belize. And while the Cayo District has always been special, the [...]