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D.F.C. hearings: more hints of scandal

As the Commission of Inquiry into the D.F.C. wound up its second week of public hearings, the questions continued to focus on loose management, non observance of policy guidelines and [...]

U.K. terror plot brings heightened security to P.G.I.A.

They say that when Uncle Sam sneezes, Belize catches a cold. Well, this morning the world’s only superpower was nearly hit by the virus of terrorism … and within hours [...]

Ten cent stamp tax finally abolished

It’s an irritating tradition that dates back well into the colonial era … but as of July first it’s history. I’m talking about the ten cent stamp that’s legally required [...]

Burglar gets stuck in burglar bars

A little extra flab around the midsection may have cost a burglar five years in jail. According to court reports, fifty-six year old Santiago Swasey of mile twenty-three on the [...]

Artists seek to collect licensing fees

You may have never heard of them, but today the Belizean Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers announced some big plans that are sure to spark controversy. At a press [...]

Project will enhance job training in Central America

As a Caribbean nation firmly situated on the Central American mainland, Belize is in a unique position to take advantage of development programmes in both sub-regions. This week it was [...]