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New talks in Guatemalan claim – previous proposals shelved

Tonight there is significant news from the Belize-Guatemala front: the Ramphal/Reichler proposals have been shelved, demoted to nothing more than paperweights. According to Belize’s lead negotiator in the Guatemalan claim [...]

2 children hospitalised due to traffic accidents

It seems hardly a week goes by without someone getting into a traffic accident. Particularly disturbing are recent cases of children being severely injured or killed in auto mishaps. And [...]

Accused child molester beaten by 2 women

A Ladyville resident who had been badly beaten and stabbed found his way to the Ladyville police station on Wednesday morning to report the crime. What makes this story different, [...]

B.W.S. employee accused of theft

In other court news, a former employee of the Belize Water Services Limited pleaded not guilty today to four counts of theft. B.W.S.L. is accusing Tanisia Emmanuel of dishonestly appropriating [...]

Burglar caught after 911 call

While public perception is that a great many burglars get away and the stolen property is never recovered, today one member of the public did his or her part to [...]

AIDS organisation burglarised…again

On Wednesday night, the Alliance Against AIDS was once again burglarised. Sometime during the night, a thief or thieves cut through the locks of an attic window. Once inside, the [...]

Peace rally held for city youths

While September normally brings a children’s rally to promote patriotism, today a rally was held for high school students to promote peace and end the violence on the streets. Leading [...]

Kriol culture celebrated at festival

This is only the second Kriol Festival, but from the heavy turnout today at the Belize City House of Culture, it’s clear this event is quickly becoming a favourite on [...]

Carnival revellers ready for road march

With little money but plenty of spirit for the big day, Carnival groups are once again racing against the clock to get ready. William Neal visited some of the Mas [...]