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Teachers up in arms at transfers, B.N.T.U. claims politics

There is trouble brewing for the Ministry of Education just in time for the opening of the academic year. And the Belize National Teacher’s Union has come out in full [...]

Belize Waste Control protests over lack of payment

There is not a dull moment at City Hall and that means more trouble for Mayor Zenaida Moya. Upon assuming office in March 2006, the then united City Council was [...]

Chinese turn themselves in to police over missing monies

Three Taiwanese businessmen who were being sought by police handed themselves to Corozal police after they saw their pictures on the television in the newscast last evening. Kan Shi Kun, [...]

Willie Aguirre murdered in Cayo District

The number of murder victims continues to grow. And police today confirm foul play in the death of a man from San Ignacio but have no leads to this latest [...]

Gas attendants detained in $30,000 robbery

San Ignacio police have more than just a murder to solve. That’s because a gas station in that municipality was also targeted by thieves. According to the manager of C.P. [...]

Met office urges vigilance over Gustav

We are smack in the middle of the Atlantic Hurricane Season and so it’s no surprise that tonight the Met Office is telling Belizeans to keep an eye out for [...]

Needs Assessment Seminar attracts private sector

Several businesses and private sector institutions converged at the Belize Biltmore Plaza today to participate in a Needs Assessment seminar hosted by the Caribbean Technological Consultancy Services (C.T.C.S.). The C.T.C.S. [...]

Wesley seminar addresses literature and reading techniques

It is usual that you find students on the receiving end of the classroom. But today, it was quite the contrary for primary school teachers countrywide who convened at the [...]

Sunrise Rotary Club sponsors literacy campaign

The Port Loyola Library in Belize City has been singled out to benefit from a literacy campaign by Rotary Club Belize Sunrise, an arm of the Rotary Club, which hopes [...]

Positive prevention is theme for Lions Quest workshop

“Positive Prevention”: it’s a welcomed term in the midst of the heinous murders and crimes reported daily on this newscast. It is also one of the main missions of the [...]

Departing Cuban ambassador bids farewell

There is one country in this hemisphere that has been generous with Belize and firm in its support for our development. With a population of over eleven million, and a [...]