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Chairman hospitalised; D.F.C. hearings suspended again

The public hearings of the Commission of Inquiry looking at the Development Finance Corporation, only just reconvened on October twenty-fourth following a two month recess, have once again been derailed [...]

Computer problems mean no U.S. visas til Nov. 29

If you were planning to obtain a visa to visit the United States in the final two weeks before the embassy closes for its move to Belmopan, you’ve got a [...]

New police booth inaugurated at San Cas Plaza

The Police Department has established a new presence in one of Belize City’s busiest areas. The new booth, located at San Cas Plaza near the flag monument, will serve the [...]

Donors honoured for Patrol Branch renovation

A short ceremony was also held this afternoon at the Queen Street Police Station where twelve business people were honoured for their part in funding the renovation of the city’s [...]

Five new ambulances for Ministry of Health

This evening, the Ministry of Health took delivery of five fully equipped ambulances. The patient transportation vehicles were purchased under the Health Sector Reform Project through loan funds from the [...]

Exhibition looks at ?Seeds of Change?

Every day Belizeans consume massive quantities of rice, beans, chicken, and potatoes. But have you ever stopped to consider where your favourite foods originally came from, or why they became [...]

Carnival Association presents awards

Today the Belize Tourism Board and the Belize Carnival Association officially closed Carnival 2006 by presenting awards to winners of the various competitions. In the carnival road march Erotic Mas [...]

As war veterans pass on, Ex-Services League looks ahead

It has been over sixty years since the end of the last truly global conflict, World War Two. But despite the lack of a single all encompassing armed struggle, our [...]

Young activists receive help with community projects

It is an international campaign that arrived in Belize last year, but the UNICEF sponsored Xchange movement has taken root quickly. Today Belizean Xchangers received some financial encouragement in their [...]