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Maya land case now in the hands of the Chief Justice

It’s a constitutional case that has the potential to set important precedents both here and internationally. Today the attorneys on both sides in the Maya land issue concluded their arguments [...]

Argument is more about action than intention

As Janelle noted in her story, the government’s attorney, Nicola Cho, declined to speak to the press. Belmopan’s position, however, has been explained numerous times, most recently by Prime Minister [...]

Cops look for suspect in city stabbing

Tonight Belize City police are on the lookout for Dwayne Jones. Jones is wanted for questioning in the stabbing of twenty-two year old Leon Price. Authorities report that the two [...]

Robbers escape after assault on Corozal Community College

Corozal police are looking for two men who not only robbed a teacher and security guard this afternoon at the Corozal Community College, but the suspects also tried to break [...]

Woman who abandoned newborn fined $500

The badly decomposed corpse of the newborn child was found in April of last year wrapped in a towel, stuffed in a box, and then placed in a plastic bag. [...]

Y.W.C.A. offers summer activities, seeks volunteers

It is said that an idle mind is the devil’s workshop, but that shouldn’t be a problem for parents and children during the school break as there is no shortage [...]

Audubon organises kids’ jungle tours

It does not get underway until the middle of next month but the Belize Audubon Society has started accepting applications for their two environmental summer camps. B.A.S. is inviting children [...]

S.J.C. offers criminal justice degree, cops approve

With crime an everyday reality for many Belizeans, there is no shortage of cries for something to be done. But for those who want to take a more proactive role [...]

Central American health ministers meet in Belize

When Belize assumed the pro-tempore presidency of the Central American Integration System in January; the appointment also meant heading the various bodies that fall under the organisation. One such group [...]

FirstCaribbean looking for unsung heroes

With our geographic isolation from the rest of CARICOM, Belize does not often stand out in the day to day affairs of the regional group. But there’s one area in [...]