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No bodies, no clues but search at sea continues

After five days, an intensive search covering more than one hundred and fifty square miles of cayes, mangrove swamps, and open sea have not turned up any concrete evidence of [...]

$10 price hike doesn’t break butane strike

And while national attention this week has been focussed on the search and rescue efforts at sea, tonight the Government of Belize is looking for another kind of relief following [...]

Tensions ease at border as BMA lifts fees

During negotiations between the butane industry and Belmopan, the Musa administration did agree to waive new fees that were implemented at the Western border. But that point is now moot [...]

Murder suspect spotted but not captured

In crime news, murder suspect Arthur Young is still on the loose. Young is the target of investigations into the stabbing death of twenty-four year old Calvin Young. Sources to [...]

Belize City businessman injured in armed robbery

Meanwhile, investigations also continue into an armed robbery earlier this week that left a Belize City businessman hospitalized. According to forty-seven year old Jian Zhi Huang, he was at his [...]

Dr. David Hoy appointed PUP senator

Two months after one its appointed senators resigned, the Musa administration has filled the vacancy. In a press release issued this afternoon, Belmopan has asked ophthalmologist Dr. David Hoy to [...]

Belize making strong showing in Miss Earth 2007

In pageant news, on Sunday ninety beauty queens from around the world will take to centre stage in Manila, Philippines for Miss Earth 2007. This is the first time Belize [...]

Award winning musicians plan for the future

They’ve been to Spain, Austria, the Netherlands, and Belgium promoting the critically acclaimed CD, Watina … and tonight Andy Palacio and the Garifuna Collective are back in Belize. And the [...]

Salvation Army launches Kettle Appeal

Christmas may be eight weeks away, but as any fundraiser will tell you, there’s no harm in an early start. Marion Ali, Reporting The sight and sounds of the Salvation [...]

Classical ballet takes centre stage at Bliss

While there’s no shortage of artistic talent in Belize, opportunities to hone potential into skill are limited. But this weekend an event at the Bliss is designed to show local [...]