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U.B. students, administration tangle over fees, property

For years student life at the University of Belize was marked by what can only be called extreme apathy … but as the nation’s flagship institution of higher learning spreads [...]

David Price flown to Cuba for medical care

David Price, Chairman of the Commission of Inquiry into the Development Finance Corporation, was flown out to Cuba for medical care yesterday afternoon after his condition worsened over the weekend. [...]

U.D.P. appoints national campaign manager

General Elections may be sixteen months away but the United Democratic Party is beginning to gear up for March 2008. According to a U.D.P. press release, a number of decisions [...]

Shooting victim describes execution style attack

He was wounded by gunmen in yesterday’s execution style killing of Kevin Parks. Today, from his bed at the K.H.M.H., Charlie Moss told us what went down on Euphrates Avenue. [...]

Driver charged in fatal crash

Twenty-four year old Trevor Matthews, driver of a U.S. embassy vehicle that crashed, killing a passenger, has been arrested and charged with a number of crimes. Appearing before Magistrate Dorothy [...]

Partners of the Americas hold annual convention

Over the next four or five days Belize will be hosting several hundred visitors from all over North, South and Central America, as well as the Caribbean. They’re here for [...]

Symposium plans national export strategy

In today’s global financial system exports are the lifeblood of a nation’s economy. Just where Belize fits in to this reality was the subject of a meeting today at Old [...]

New publication provides HIV/AIDS information

They say that knowledge is power … and San Ignacio’s Cornerstone Foundation is doing its part to make sure that Belizeans stay informed on what’s happening with HIV/AIDS. The foundation [...]

Diabetes still a major cause of death, disability

It may not be a new story but it sure is an important one. Diabetes continues to kill and restrict the lifestyles of thousands of Belizeans. Today was set aside [...]