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SPEAR poll predicts U.D.P. victory

Based on their past public opinion polls, the results were not exactly unexpected, and SPEAR’s latest research, conducted less than a month before the election, predicts victory for the opposition [...]

Cayo teen dies after knockdown on Western Highway

A Cayo teen has died as a result of a traffic accident. Police reports are that on Wednesday, sixteen year old Thomasita de Jesus Martinez of Central Farm was attempting [...]

Ladyville man charged with burglary

Police have arrested and charged a Ladyville resident with Burglary. This morning nineteen year old Giovanni Mejia appeared in Magistrates’ Court where he pled not guilty and was offered bail [...]

Evidence lacking, D.P.P. withdraws attempted murder charge

He was charged with two counts each of Attempted Murder, Dangerous Harm and Use of Deadly Means of Harm in 2007, but today Ashley Zuniga is a free man. Upon [...]

Accused child molester acquitted in Supreme Court

An accused child molester today walked out of the Supreme Court a free man. Thirty year old Mark Anthony Copius was charged with carnal knowledge of a child in 2006 [...]

Airport boss says finding new airlines, routes will take work…

Ceremonies were held last night for the inauguration of the Airport Development Project at the Philip Goldson International Airport. The project, begun in 2004, involves a two thousand, six hundred [...]

…But consultant says Belize is well positioned for growth

The man who will drive the effort to attract new airlines and the expansion of existing routes is Martin Copeland. Copeland, a Canadian based consultant with long experience in the [...]

Ground broken for new weather radar

Prime Minister Said Musa took time off the campaign trail this afternoon to participate in the official ground breaking ceremony for a new radar and infrastructural upgrade to the National [...]

B.T.B. moves into new Regent Street headquarters

With its own healthy revenues from hotel taxes and little official oversight, the Belize Tourism Board is the envy of many less well endowed government institutions. Today the B.T.B. invited [...]