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Wolfe’S Woofer: Tourist Economics
- San Pedro Sun on Nov. 23, 2014

“This town is nice and quiet,” I said to the hotel keeper, who also worked as the bartender. “Si,” he said. “It is quiet because ...

Christmas For The Children Of Belize
- San Pedro Sun on Nov. 23, 2014

Dear Editor: Amidst the sounds of Howler Monkeys and the tranquil beauty of Mayan ruins therein lies in the Central American jungle a small orphanage ...

Two Minors Detained For Shooting Of George Street General
- Channel 5 News on Nov. 22, 2014

Two minors believed to be affiliated with the Ghost Town Gang are tonight in custody for the brazen attempted murder of a George Street boss, ...

First Confirmed Case Of Chik-V In Belize
- Channel 5 News on Nov. 22, 2014

After eight months of being in the clear, the first confirmed case of Chikungunya has been recorded in Belize’s public health archives, following a rash ...

Social Partners Reopen Discussion Of 13th Senator
- Channel 5 News on Nov. 22, 2014

While the Chamber spoke earlier about the sugar impasse, another discussion which has seen some rebirth is the issue of the thirteenth Senator, a commitment ...

Las Flores Woman Infected In Belize
- Channel 5 News on Nov. 22, 2014

The first suspected case of CHIK-V was believed to have been imported into the country since Las Flores is a predominantly immigrant community. While that ...

Police Nix Consultation With D.P.P. On Any Crime
- Channel 5 News on Nov. 22, 2014

It has been and continues to be a practice of the Belize Police Department, whenever queried about the results of an investigation into a serious ...

Chamber President Speaks On Sugar Impasse
- Channel 5 News on Nov. 22, 2014

On Thursday, the Belize Chamber of Commerce issued a release on the continued impasse in the sugar cane industry. It’s been criticized in some sectors ...

Sugar Impasse In Full Effect – No Resolution This Week
- Channel 5 News on Nov. 22, 2014

Today is Friday, the deadline given to the Sugar Industry Control Board to call a meeting in an attempt to break the impasse between the ...

Bcg Holds Best Warrior Competition
- Channel 5 News on Nov. 22, 2014

This afternoon, forty exhausted soldiers who are being pushed to the limits of their endurance completed in day-two of the Coast Guard’s Best Warrior Competition. ...

2 Men Charged For Robbing A&R Employee
- Channel 5 News on Nov. 22, 2014

An employee of A and R Shopping Center was robbed as he was heading to the bank to make a deposit. The employee was intercepted ...

Unfpa Workshop Showcases Youth Issues
- Channel 5 News on Nov. 22, 2014

The power of one point eight billion….that’s the global population of youths under the age of twenty-five years. The United Nations Population Fund believes that ...

Cayo Tour Stakeholders Demand Better Roads From Btb And Nich
- Channel 5 News on Nov. 22, 2014

Recently, the B.T.B. announced that the number of visitors to the jewel had exceeded forecasts and had reached a million even before the tradition spike ...

An Update On Cancer Patient, Cleyon
- Channel 5 News on Nov. 22, 2014

Remember Cleyon Marage Junior? He is a fourteen year old who is afflicted with Acute Myloid Leukemia. Since September, Cleyon Junior had been in and ...

Seeking Assistance For Baby Izak
- Channel 5 News on Nov. 22, 2014

For Michelle Rudon, a single mother of two, helping children living with cancer who are from poverty stricken families has become her calling. And so ...

Countdown To Belize Vs. Mexico
- Channel 5 News on Nov. 22, 2014

In one week, eight Belizeans and eight Mexicans will literally bring blood, sweat and tears for the glory of representing their country in a sport ...

Neighborhood Watch Presidents Discuss Island’S Well-Being
- San Pedro Sun on Nov. 22, 2014

On, Monday November 17th, presidents from the various Neighborhood Watch committees on Ambergris Caye held a meeting to discuss pressing issues in San Pedro. Also ...

Wutless Udp! – Succotz Heroes Charged, Granted Bail Of $300
- Belize Times on Nov. 22, 2014

The UDP Government’s ultimate display of coldness and abuse towards the people of Cayo is the hauling of hardworking and law-abiding mothers and fathers of ...

Bsi Workers Lobby For Pay Raise Through Union
- Belize Times on Nov. 22, 2014

The cane farmers are not the only sugar industry stakeholders attempting to sort out their working issues with Belize Sugar Industries (BSI). The workers’ union, ...

Amazing Grace – Thank You God, For This Day…Amen
- Belize Times on Nov. 22, 2014

Today’s world is peppered with people nurturing a ‘serve-me-now’ mentality. Thanks to the internet and technological advancements, we have access to information with the brush ...

An Authoritarian Government
- Belize Times on Nov. 22, 2014

A key feature of democracy is the absence of civil unrest. Any social, economic, and political aspirations must be realized by way peaceful means.In a ...

In My Perspective – Belize’S Papa Doc?
- Belize Times on Nov. 22, 2014

Jean-Claude Duvalier, known as Baby Doc, is a former dictator of Haiti. Mr. Duvalier ruled with brutality and corruption for nearly 15 years before being ...

Home Economics – A More Diversified Economy For The San Ignacio Area
- Belize Times on Nov. 22, 2014

San Ignacio once had a thriving agro-forestry-based economy up to mid-1980s….supplying the country’s need for corn, beans, timber, vegetables and fruits.The town bustled EVERY weekend, ...

Carmelita & Chan Pine Ridge Win 8-A-Side Football Games
- Belize Times on Nov. 22, 2014

Orange Walk Town, November 16, 2014The Carmelita and Chan Pine Ridge 8-a-side female football teams posted big wins in the Orange Walk football competition at ...