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SUV with four women flips in highway accident

At news time three women are hospitalised at the K.H.M.H. following an accident at approximately eleven-thirty this morning between miles fifteen and sixteen in the area of Tropical Park on [...]

Fire destroys apartment, 7 year old injured

And in another piece of bad news, a fire this morning, just before the accident, charred an apartment on the upper flat of a complex in the Fabers Road Extension [...]

Global recession threatens Belize’s US$565 million super bond

By now you would know that the world’s largest economies are in recession brought about by the financial collapse in the U.S. The latest is also one of the biggest, [...]

Opposition Leader: U.D.P. has no plan, no heart, no hope

The split in the People’s United Party has been known since the leadership change in March of this year. And every now and then there is a reminder in the [...]

NTUC joins condemnation of firings

The recent spate of firings involving BAHA employees has caused uproar in the Public Service Union which represents close to a thousand active employees in the government service, with president [...]

Flood update: Cayo residents get needed assistance

Meanwhile, in an update on the recent flooding, the National Emergency Management Organization has embarked on a project to replace household items to Cayo residents affected by the waters of [...]

Cayo women train in agricultural production

Agriculture has been the backbone of the Belizean economy for decades … and now the San Antonio Women’s Group in the Cayo District is looking to get in on the [...]

B.B.F. conducting tryouts for under twelve team

The Belize Basketball Federation is well underway in selecting a team of twelve to participate in the Central American Basketball Tournament hosted by neighbouring Guatemala. Over the past two weeks, [...]

Meet new Lotto winner: Edna Blanco

For the second time in less than a week, a woman has won the lotto. This time around the jackpot was for fifty thousand dollars and the lucky winner hailed [...]

Millions see Half-moon Caye on Today Show

Millions around the world have been viewing the Today Show’s Ends of the Earth series focusing on environmental areas susceptible to climate change. Today co-host Matt Lauer, in part two [...]


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