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200 blank passports stolen from Immigration Dept.

It’s another black eye for a government department that has already suffered more than its share of embarrassment. Sometime over the weekend a thief or thieves broke into the Immigration [...]

Prosser says G.O.B. actions illegal, unconstitutional

To the surprise of absolutely no one, Jeffrey Prosser and his various business entities have loudly condemned the action of the Belize Government and Michael Ashcroft for their takeover of [...]

Two security firms charged for unlicensed firearms

Police are taking a closer look at activities in Belize’s growing private security industry… and as a result, the proprietors of two companies have been charged with firearm offences. Pleading [...]

Businessman offers reward re: mysterious bush fire

A Belize City businessman has posted a thousand dollar reward for information leading to the arrest of three suspected arsonists who hit his property last night. According to Archie Lee, [...]

Horse expires following buggy ride

Today a budding business in the tourism industry suffered a serious blow when a key employee collapsed and died. That worker was a horse belonging to Gabourel’s Horse and Buggy [...]

Belizean medical school will welcome students from India

Tonight, a new relationship between a local medical school and institutions in India is promising new opportunities to enterprising Belizeans. According to officials at the Central American Health Sciences University, [...]

Contest announced for Belizean poets

Poetry, it’s taken on new meaning in Belize City as enthusiasts have descended on a local nightspot to express their innermost feelings through the spoken word. Born out of this [...]

Cops top soldiers in friendly football match

It didn’t make it in time for Sports Monday, but we think a hotly contested football game between the twin pillars of national security played over the weekend deserves some [...]

Council on Ageing seeks strength in a youthful society

It is estimated that seven percent of Belize’s population–around nineteen thousand people–are sixty years and older. Just how these most experienced citizens have been faring in a country where the [...]