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Meatpie vendor critical after robbers shoot him

There is a tendency in some segments of our community to write off much of the violent crime now plaguing Belize as an urban phenomenon in which ghetto youths simply [...]

Drug bust weighs in at 5,238 pounds of cocaine

The police have finally finished weighing those ninety-nine bales of cocaine seized on Monday and indeed, the bust is by far the biggest on record. The official tally is two [...]

Opposition, Chamber of Commerce condemn S.S.B. loan

The B.T.L. issue simmered today as members of the National Trade Union Congress met late this evening to decide what to do about their two representatives on the Social Security [...]

Sacked U.N. Ambassador is new Chief Elections Officer

Belize has a new Chief Elections Officer. He is Stuart Leslie. Leslie has previously served as our Ambassador to the United Nations in New York, but was abruptly fired from [...]

P.M. gives some relief to free zone merchants

They were blindsided with a massive tax increase on liquor and cigarettes, but merchants in the Corozal free zone decided to take their case to the Prime Minister. Apparently their [...]

Old soldiers battle for control of Ex-Services League

A tempest in a teapot has been brewing on Newtown Barracks as officials of the Belize Ex-Services League continue to buck heads over missing money, rights to the headquarters building, [...]

Boledo, patriots featured in H.O.C. exhibitions

It’s the season for culture and history and today we found both right up Regent Street. Jacqueline Woods has more. Jacqueline Woods, Reporting During the next several weeks, the Institute [...]