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Governance Improvement Commission explains resignations

After enduring mostly unmitigated flak for their decision to resign, late this evening, former members of the Belize Governance Improvement Commission released another document, clarifying the motive for the move. [...]

Safa name linked to yet another bounced cheque

The case against a Belize City conman who has been writing phoney cheques to unsuspecting businesses is mounting as tonight there is yet another accusation; this time for a whopping [...]

Memorial services planned for pilot, passengers killed in crash

A memorial service will be held on Thursday for the pilot killed in the crash of a Blancaneaux Lodge plane over the weekend. The service for thirty-five year old Rene [...]

B.W.S.L. shares offered to the public

Shares in Belize Water Services Limited are now available for purchase by Belizeans. According to a release from the government press office, thirty-three million ordinary shares, or eighty-two point six-eight [...]

Security guard charged with incident assault of child

On Sunday, there was the shocking report of a six year old boy molested by two men in an Orange Walk Village, and now it seems that less than twenty-four [...]

Deportee arrested for Port Loyola burglary

A woman deported from the United States after serving time for burglary, stands accused here at home of the same crime. Fifty-two year old Glenda Neal was picked up by [...]

American fined for illegal gun and ammo

A U.S. citizen living in Belize has been fined twenty thousand dollars for keeping an unlicensed weapon and ammunition. Donald Richard Cook appeared before Magistrate Margaret Gabb-McKenzie today where he [...]

Cancer victim seeks helps, urges others to stop smoking

A man who started smoking when he was only sixteen years old is now paying the ultimate price for his bad habit. Forty-seven year old Mario Ramirez started exhibiting signs [...]

WIN-Belize promotes health awareness with torch run

A flame of awareness is spreading across the country this week as part of the Women’s Issues Network Torch Run 2005. The torch was ignited during official ceremonies in Corozal [...]

Rotary, Salvation Army launch toy drive

With Christmas just a month away, the hustle and bustle of the season is in full swing. And so are the fundraising drives intended to put a smile on the [...]

PACT calendar features “Flowers of Belize”

Today, the Protected Areas Conservation Trust officially launched the third edition of its Christmas calendar. Produced by Bel-Caribe, the calendar features the Flowers of Belize, and for plant lovers it’s [...]

Bus donated to trade school

Students often hear the phrase “Stay in School”, but sometimes their difficulty is even in getting there… But a donation today will go a long way in helping one Ladyville [...]