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One more prisoner captured, only one left on the loose

Another escaped prisoner has been apprehended. He is twenty-seven year old Robert Hill. The fugitive was caught by police around four this morning in an area off Mahogany Street in [...]

Four captured after breakout at Queen St. jail

Call it a copycat crime, but today there was another jailbreak, this time from the detention area at the Queen Street Police Station. At two-fifteen this afternoon four prisoners broke [...]

One charged after robbers chased off

Local residents chased off three hold-up men on Wednesday night as they were shaking down a man who had just come out of the Ebenezer Church on Antelope Street in [...]

Businesswoman challenges tourism village heliport

It falls under the general category of “progress brings problems.” That is, another controversy is brewing in the burgeoning cruise tourism industry, this time over a proposed helicopter landing site [...]

Banana growers feel pressure on W.T.O. ruling

On yesterday’s broadcast we reported the optimism expressed over the discovery of oil in the Cayo District. That was good news that may or may not translate into economic benefits [...]

Dive educator receives top credentials

Before the arrival of cruise ships or luxury eco-lodges, scuba divers from all over the world knew about the wonders of Belize’s Barrier Reef. For many diving enthusiasts, Belize’s Blue [...]

Business Bureau mentors young entrepreneurs

The Youth Business Trust Belize held an induction meeting on Wednesday for volunteer mentors and the young entrepreneurs selected to participate in the organisation’s first programmes in the country. At [...]

Teachers learn through drama

While most of their peers are relaxing on summer holidays, today some student teachers from St. John’s College concluded a course in what is called the expressive arts. It is [...]