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Why do boys opt out of education? Experts seek answers

You don’t have to go to the University of Belize to know that the higher one climbs on the educational ladder, the greater the preponderance of females. Combine that trend [...]

Police seek public’s help with Belmopan Corpse

A body has been found in Belmopan and police need your help to solve the mystery of how it got there. The corpse, identified as thirty-three year old Guatemalan Hugo [...]

Popular fried chicken shop closed by Immigration Dept.

When the butane dealers went on strike she was forced to close her restaurant because the gas ran out. Today the popular fried chicken emporium Li Chee is again shut [...]

Road to referendum will be long, says veteran ambassador

With yesterday’s O.A.S. recommendation that the Guatemalan claim to Belize would best be resolved by the International Court of Justice, Belizeans learned that they would soon be faced with some [...]

Football Federation sets sights on World Cup

It’s almost a predetermined occurrence—each time our local football boys take the field against their regional or international counterparts, the end result is a merciless beating. But football officials want [...]

Central America well suited to renewable energy, say experts

Today Central American representatives in the field of renewable energy gathered to review their progress and look at future ways of enhancing the industry. The discussions are part of the [...]

Cancer registry is foundation of new thrust against disease

I will introduce the following story with a disclaimer that the statistics cited may not be very accurate … which only serves to illustrate the point of the story: that [...]