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Barrow: oil money will plug holes in budget

Public consultation: the practice has become part of the lexicon of modern governance, right up there with the twin mantras of transparency and accountability. But if the past is any [...]

Independent Expert recommends price hikes for B.E.L.

It has just been posted on the internet and we hesitate to comment too extensively without reading all seventy-eight pages … but the report of the Independent Expert appointed to [...]

Wheat finally arrives; bread will bake tomorrow

The wheat that Belize Mills, the bakeries, and much of the nation have been waiting for, finally arrived today and is being made into flour as I speak. The first [...]

Infant dies in Northern Highway collision

A road mishap in Corozal has resulted in the death of an infant. Police reports are that around four forty-five on Tuesday afternoon, fifty-four year old Gloria Hall was driving [...]

Suspect charged in Freetown Road robbery

Police have formally charged a suspect in Sunday’s armed robbery on Freetown Road. Twenty year old Steven Chuc was arraigned on a count of Robbery when he appeared in Magistrate’s [...]

Stabbing pits in-laws against each other

For many people, in-laws are a pain in the neck, but on Monday one such relative took the term literally. According to a police report filed by nineteen year old [...]

Y.F.F. provides aid to flood victims

In some more positive news on Belizean young people, we are happy to report that on Saturday a team from Youth for the Future, including counselors and social workers, travelled [...]

Guinea Grass student is nation’s top speller

It’s well into its second decade and by all accounts the words are not getting any easier. That’s the report from Orange Walk where News Five’s Marion Ali followed the [...]