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CITCO taxes taxi drivers

All motorists in Belize are feeling the weight of exorbitant fuel rates due to the high percentage of tax being paid into the government’s coffers every time they fill their [...]

Appeals Justices give reasons for denying Pipersburg & Robateau

Although they were informed in March that the Court of Appeal was dismissing their appeal, it was not until today that the notorious duo, Leslie Pipersburg and Patrick Robateau were [...]

Retrial ordered for woman charged in 2004 chopping

A woman who thought her trouble with the law was over, will have to return to court for a new trial. Delita Chavez, who was charged along with her mother [...]

Old police exhibits destroyed

The Police Department has destroyed over one thousand exhibits from concluded cases. The exhibits, which date back over five years, include sacks full of marijuana, several bags of cocaine, over [...]

Management agreement signed for Toledo national park

Twelve years after the second largest national park in the country was established, a plan to better manage the forty-two thousand acre tract of land has been signed. The agreement [...]

Witnesses claim Chinese immigrants smuggled through Belize

It’s a story that made international headlines: an apparently respectable New York City businesswoman accused of smuggling thousands of Chinese immigrants into the United States, holding them hostage, and laundering [...]

Reward offered for missing boy

Today Ladyville police released Jesus Aguirre, the farm worker from a cattle ranch where four-year-old Rudy Misael Lopez disappeared five days ago. Aguirre had reported receiving a phone call sometime [...]

Young poets release book and CD

As an event, it’s a new kid on the cultural block, but Poets R Us at the Belize City House of Culture has breathed new life in an old art [...]