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Chalillo is commissioned but B.E.L. will still seek rate hike

With a price tag of between thirty-five and forty million U.S. dollars, the Chalillo hydroelectric project is perhaps the largest private undertaking in Belize’s history. Today that facility was officially [...]

Cyclist in coma after being hit by car

Thirty-seven year old Mark Gabb tonight remains unconscious at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital after he was knocked off his bicycle early Monday morning. According to Belize City police, the [...]

B.D.F. soldiers convicted in absentia for prohibited ammo

A Belize Defence Force soldier who has apparently fled the country has been convicted in absentia and sentenced to three years in prison. Thirty-seven year old Eloy Hemmans of Belize [...]

Wesley Preschool is latest victim of break-in

It was only last week that Belize City police were called out to investigate a break-in at Wesley Primary School on Albert Street. Today authorities are relying on public assistance [...]

Officials, poultry producers discuss bird flu

You cannot tune in to the international media without hearing about bird flu. This is a viral disease that has killed over sixty people, mostly in Asia, but according to [...]

Belize, Guatemala begin new series of talks

We’ve been down this road many times before, so pardon us if we don’t get overly excited about the latest efforts to put an end to Guatemala’s long running claim [...]