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Belize City Man Creates Stir with Unconventional Stew Squirrel Meal

You’ve heard of stew chicken, stew beef, and even stew iguana but stew squirrel? It’s
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BEL Addresses System Hack

The Belize Electricity Limited (BEL) has suffered a cyber-attack from hackers who stole confidential data
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Police Commissioner on Gun Board

Last week Cabinet announced the decision to establish a Gun Control Board that will oversee
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Investigation into Gruesome Murder Hits Snag as Password-Protected iPhone Delays

Police Commissioner Chester Williams has confirmed that investigators have hit a snag in the investigation
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Belize City Mayor Bernard Wagner Hopes for Third Term, Faces

Mayor Bernard Wagner – he is the current Belize City Mayor and is in his
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Public Service Union Urges Government for More Progress on Good

The President of the Public Service Union, Dean Flowers, says the government is working towards
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Public Service Union Joins NTUCB in Demanding Minister of Labor’s

The Public Service Union is joining the NTUCB in calling on the Minister of Labor
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Caribbean College of Surgeons Holds 21st Annual Conference in Belize

Surgeons from across the Caribbean are in Belize this week for the 21st annual conference
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Mayor Bernard Wagner Commends Government’s Efforts in Belize’s Health Sector

Mayor Bernard Wagner has commended the Briceno administration on their current works and future plans
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Belize Tourism Board Launches Travel Agent Rewards Program for Bookings

The Belize Tourism Board has officially launched a travel agent rewards program.  The program is
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Belize’s Economic Activity Grows by 11.5% in First Quarter of

The Statistical Institute of Belize reports that economic activity for the first quarter of 2023
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Belize’s Exports Decline Over 50% While Imports See Marginal Decrease

It’s usually a good thing when a country reduces its expenditure on imports. Conversely, when
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Belize Red Cross looking to Provide Cash Assistance to Families

In the aftermath of a disaster such as a hurricane, getting relief to affected families
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Man Acquitted of Murder Charge in High Court Trial

Thirty-four-year-old Lolman Logan is a free man after being acquitted of a charge of murder
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Summer Bond Camp Wraps Up with Huddle Time with Professionals,

As we drive deeper into the summer, kids are starting and completing their time in
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Belizean Powerlifters to Compete in North American Championships in Cayman

Powerlifting is a sport that tests strength and technique. Eighteen Belizeans under twenty-one will be
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