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“Mahogany Man” honoured by Audubon

There are Guatemalans on the border, a Supreme Court Justice is under fire and there is no shortage of criminal activity… but tonight we choose to focus on the positive. [...]

Bar Association elects new officers

The Bar Association of Belize held its annual general meeting last night and a new slate of officers was elected. Derek Courtenay is the new president, while Rodwell Williams, Michel [...]

First issue of Law Review published

In related news, Attorney General Godfrey Smith continues in his drive to raise the level of professionalism in the legal field. The A.G.’s Ministry, in conjunction with the Bar Association, [...]

Fugitive captured… 7 ½ years later

It took a while, but a man who escaped from prison almost eight years ago, is finally back behind bars. Roy Gordon Junior was arrested by police for possession of [...]

Agriculturists meet in Orange Walk

Despite dramatic gains by the tourism industry, agriculture remains the largest sector of Belize’s economy, both in terms of revenue and employment. Today agriculturists from across the nation gathered in [...]

Cyclist returns from Cuba ready to ride

The National Sports Council has started a pilot programme in which cyclists travel to Havana to train amongst Cuba’s best. Quinton “The Baddest” Hamilton was the first athlete to enroll [...]

IDB offers Japan scholarships

The Inter-American Development Bank is offering scholarships for Belizeans who want to pursue their master’s degree during the 2001 to 2002 academic year. IDB Public Relations Officer William Neal filled [...]

Young artists perform Saturday night

The Young Artist Association is putting on a post Valentine show for romantic youths called “It’s All About Love.” Organiser, for the show, Neal Hall, says it’s a treat for [...]

New roundabout means month-long detours

If you drive a car and live or work on the southside of Belize City you may want to take note of this next story. Jose Sanchez “Starting Monday, the [...]