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Drug cartels spill over borders…

Reports in the international press today are highlighting the infiltration of dangerous Mexican drug cartels into Central America, including one that has been linked to a murder in Belize. U.S. [...]

… And Zeta Cartel is the US radar

Another link to the whole web is the March third grenade attack at the Belama Phase One home of Comptroller of Customs, Gregory Gibson. This is believed to have been [...]

Neighbouring gov’t helping with murder investigation

And while the trans border war against drugs takes precedence, Perdomo says our neighbours to our north and west have also been helpful in trying to solve murders of Belizeans [...]

CLICO Belize under judicial management

CLICO, the Colonial Life Insurance Company in Belize appears to be moving closer to liquidation. According to a press released issued today, the local branch of the insurance company has [...]

Leaders attend Civil Society in Port of Spain…

The Summit of the Americas will begin Friday in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Prime Minister Dean Barrow and the rest of the Belize delegation arrived in Port of Spain earlier [...]

…And B.B. Holdings discusses regional banking

That was the Civil Society Forum. But the Private Sector Forum held earlier provided an opportunity for dialogue on global economic issues. To get an idea of economic and banking [...]

Live courage of summit on Open Your Eyes

And in respect of our continued coverage of the Summit, tomorrow morning the entire Open Your Eyes Show will be broadcast live from the summit village in Port of Spain. [...]

Toxic fumes from gas station sicken residents

In other news, the air we breathe is something many take for granted. But when that air is saturated with toxic fumes, it becomes a serious cause for concern because [...]

Adult and minor sentenced for gun and drugs found in boutique

In the courts, two people have lost their freedom for three years when a Magistrate found them guilty today of three charges. Thirty-two year old Ellington Ottley Senior and a [...]

Stolen boat recovered without engine

And a boat valued at fifteen thousand dollars was stolen from Saint George’s Caye. Forty-eight year old David Rowlands said that on Wednesday between two and six a.m. his fiberglass [...]

Outside gallery for artists in San Pedro

Art is normally found in a gallery and the lighting is normally manipulated to reflect the best hues on installations and the images on canvas. But art is not always [...]