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Briceño: G.O.B. wants 50% of gross oil revenues

Latest reports out of Spanish Lookout are that Belize Natural Energy is recoding production of up to approximately two thousand seven hundred barrels a day from a total of four [...]

Health investigation into Kimora Leslie death completed

Late this evening the team of investigators charged with determining “if any breaches of contract, code of ethics, politics and protocols or negligence were contributory factors” in the death of [...]

Placencia fire damages estimated at 1.2 million dollars

In the aftermath of Sunday night’s fire in Placencia, the victims have estimated total damage to be more than a million dollars. According to a police press release, the four [...]

6 year old boy drowns in weekend incident

Foul play has been ruled out following the discovery of the body of a child in a man made pond in August Pine Ridge village on Monday morning. The victim, [...]

Belize City burglar sentenced to 15 years behind bars

In court today, a Belize City man was convicted of burglary and sentenced to eight years behind bars. According to court reports, thirty-eight year old Harrison Myvett was found guilty [...]

C.B.C. employee accused of stealing $10,000

An employee of Channel Broadcasting Company was today arraigned in Magistrate Court, accused of stealing ten thousand dollars from his employer. Thirty nine year old Joseph Garcia pled not guilty [...]

Banana Association upset at E.U. funding delays

The banana industry got an injection of chemicals this month, courtesy of the Ministry of National Development and the European Union. According to a press release issued today, the first [...]

Latest Belizean Studies Journal released to public

For the past two decades, “Belizean Studies” has served as an important research tool on a wide variety of subjects. The latest edition of the journal includes articles discussing the [...]

High School curriculum to change for C.X.C. exams in 2007

Next month high school students across the country will be sitting the annual Caribbean Examinations but by next year, secondary schools will be making new additions to its curriculum. The [...]

Festival of Arts 2006 launches in Belize District

The Festival of Arts is one of the highlights of the scholastic calendar. Today, students from across the country participated in simultaneous ceremonies declaring this year’s primary school festival open. [...]