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U.D.P. blasts G.O.B. on finances

They are releasing planks of their manifesto as if elections were just around the corner–as indeed they believe they are. But whether a national vote is near or far, given [...]

Deputy P.M. says Belmopan has the will to make cuts…

And with the lightning quick reflexes of an administration under pressure, Deputy Prime Minister Johnny Briceño was immediately ready to give the official reaction to the U.D.P. analysis. John Briceño, [...]

…but Standard & Poor?s is not convinced

On the heels of the U.D.P. press conference, came news that the international credit rating organisation Standard & Poor?s has once again downgraded Belize’s long-term foreign currency rating, this time [...]

Sex worker murdered in Corozal

Corozal Police remain tight-lipped tonight following the discovery of a woman’s body on Tuesday evening. The deceased, apparently the victim of murder, has been identified as thirty-four year old Guatemalan, [...]

Three arrested for Port Loyola killing

Three Belize City men were today brought before Magistrate’s Court, accused of the execution style killing of twenty-four year old Arleigh Guild on Monday night. Twenty-two year old Dwayne Saldano, [...]

Ten year sentences for cop and soldier

Two law enforcement officers who were found guilty of manslaughter and abetment to manslaughter were today sentenced to ten years each for the fatal shooting of Belize City resident Aaron [...]

Businesswoman and baby beaten in O.W. robbery

Police in Orange Walk have picked up two people for questioning following an unusual attack on a businesswoman in Guinea Grass village. According to thirty four year old King Pint [...]

Charges withdrawn against accused U.B. embezzler

His name appeared in the media last March when he lost his job as head of U.B.’s Continuing Education Programme and was charged with theft for allegedly embezzling university funds. [...]

Lethal gate is finally repaired

It resulted in the loss of a man’s life on Monday morning. Today, the sliding gate at the Mahogany Street Government Complex that fell on Security Guard Calvin Neal, Sr. [...]

Y.W.C.A. seeks role in fighting AIDS

It’s one of the world’s largest organisations dedicated to the advancement of young women… so it’s no wonder that the folks at the Y.W.C.A. are taking a hard look at [...]

Visiting Methodists repair Children?s Home

It is an institution that is no stranger to publicity… particularly as the recipient of donations. But this week the Dorothy Menzies Child Care Centre–often called the Children’s Home–is getting [...]