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B.T.L. board meeting held; contempt fines end

It seems the fifty thousand dollars a day metre finally stopped running today as the government of Belize complied with a Miami court order. This morning at the Esquivel Telecom [...]

Lufthansa seeks damages for collapsed airport deal

The Prosser suit in Miami may not be the only litigation facing the Government of Belize. The Amandala newspaper is reporting in today’s issue that Lufthansa Consulting, based in Los [...]

4 charged in St. Matthews murder

It was a shocking and brutal end for an elderly watchman of St. Matthews Village, but today the four men police believe are responsible for the murder of sixty-eight year [...]

Women complete caregivers training

It’s not graduation season yet, but that did not stop the Belize Red Cross Society from holding commencement exercises this afternoon in Belize City. Eighteen women received certificates after successfully [...]

New U.S. ambassador to Belize nominated

President Bush has made his nomination for the new U.S. Ambassador to Belize. Robert Johan Dieter is currently Director of Clinical Programmes and Professor of Clinical Law at the University [...]

Young Bank bridge opens this weekend

The anxiously awaited bridge at Young Bank is almost complete and engineers from the Ministry of Public Works will be allowing traffic to pass over it this weekend and early [...]

New exhibit at Image Factory

It promises to lift spirits in a time when things appear gloomy on the horizon. That’s the sentiment expressed by Gilvano Swasey, the curator at the Image Factory Art Gallery. [...]

Midwife has Mother’s Day message

When we think of Mother’s Day, most of us think of, well, mothers. But because there is no grandparents day celebrated in Belize, we sometimes forget the important role that [...]

Riders ready for Female Cross Country Classic

What do most women want for Mother’s Day? Flowers? A sentimental card? Breakfast in bed? Sounds good, but so does some nice prize money. But just how many Belizean women [...]