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HIV infected persons: We want love

In more than a hundred countries around the world, today, December first is being celebrated as World AIDS Day under the theme: Make the Promise! Keep the Promise! Prevent HIV/AIDS. [...]

Convicted police officer to be sentenced Monday

A police officer convicted of manslaughter appeared in Belize City Supreme Court today for mitigation plea hearings. Sheldon Arzu and his attorney Linsbert Willis appeared before Justice Troadio Gonzalez and [...]

Two men charged for stealing boy’s bike

Two Belize City men appeared in Magistrate’s Court this morning after being arrested and charged for stealing a child’s bicycle. Twelve year old Neville Armstrong reported to police that on [...]

Separate assaults against girls end in arrests

Police have arrested and charged a security guard with attempted rape following a report by a twelve year old. According to the minor, while playing in her yard in March [...]

Dog owners in court after child is bitten

Meanwhile, two more people have been charged in connection with an attack against a child, but this time the offence was committed by a dog. Julian Reid reported to police [...]

Belizean baller off to try out for U.S. female league

She blazed onto centre court from an early age, and tonight female basketball star Tracy Garnett is getting ready to jump into the big leagues. The twenty-one year old has [...]

Year’s second publication of Belizean Journal released

For the second time this year, the Belizean Studies Journal has released a collection of research articles in a special issue publication. Entitled “Colonialism and Nature in Belize”, editors say [...]

CARE-Belize: We can help differently-abled kids

For the past three years, CARE-Belize has been quietly working in homes around the country, assisting parents of differently-abled children to help their loved ones live happy productive lives. But [...]

Local choir to stage fundraising concert

They call themselves Via Vocalite and come Friday night, they plan to present holiday tunes in a plethora of musical genres to concert-goers. The event, entitled “Sounds of the Season,” [...]

Bz/Mex culture officials meet to discuss future events

Today in Belize City, Government officials hosted Mexican representatives in a cultural exchange between the two countries. Licenciado Octavio Chavez Galvadon, director of the Quintanarroense de la Cultura and Dr. [...]

Day two of bus strike begins with drivers being fired

Tonight, bus drivers and the management of the Novelo’s Bus Company continue to buck heads over the cause of yet another breakdown in service, this time in routes from the [...]