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Nation is normal…but for how long?

The nationwide strike called by the teachers and civil servant unions appears to be fizzling as schools across the country were back in full session, and a large majority of [...]

Smith: Government has no plans to resign

And while the unions ponder their next move, the embattled government is also trying to figure out how to deal with a protest movement that seems to have more lives [...]

Machinery ready if elections are called

The educational forum had been scheduled from weeks ago, but with loud and persistent calls for new elections, today’s presentation by the Elections and Boundaries Department could not have been [...]

Agreement signed for southside study

It was announced last month and this week Prime Minister Said Musa formally green-lighted a feasibility study as part of the government’s upliftment programme for southside Belize City. During brief [...]

New addition for Salvation Army School

It’s one thing to sign a contract… and another to actually complete a project. Today some very proud educators and officials marked the culmination of yet another new school addition. [...]

Manatee researcher wins U.K. award

Belizean scientist Nicole Auil has been honoured for her tireless work with manatees. That’s the word from Great Britain where in official ceremonies at the Royal Geographical Society in London, [...]