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City bakery shut down for rats, roaches, raw sewage

If one were asked to identify the biggest change in the life of Belizean city and town dwellers over the last quarter century, a strong candidate would be the overwhelming [...]

Cabinet approves special fund for oil revenues

The Senate may still be trying to decide exactly how much income tax oil producers should be paying, but that has not stopped Cabinet from approving a plan on what [...]

Gladden pleads guilty to Queen Square chopping

Today thirty-six year old Kenroy Gladden appeared in the Supreme Court before Justice Troadio Gonzales where he pled guilty to the crime of grievous harm. Gladden, the 2001 winner of [...]

B.T.L. provides rural schools with computers, internet …

When it comes to the concept of computers and internet in the classroom, please pardon our scepticism … as viewers may recall the false hopes raised by the failed Intelco [...]

… but company keeps up pressure against VOIP

But while B.T.L. was scoring a few points with students, the rest of Belize was expressing serious concerns about the company’s attempts to limit competition, particularly in the area of [...]

Reading contest won by Hummingbird, All Saints

“Reading maketh a full man,” said Francis Bacon. But what he may have added is that sometimes reading also maketh some money … as a few hard working students in [...]

Quiz marks credit union?s 60 years of service

With eighteen thousand members and twenty-seven million dollars in assets, St. John’s Credit Union is a major player in the nation’s financial life. This month the institution celebrates its sixtieth [...]