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Guidance counsellor charged with student’s rape

Jacqueline Woods “Mr. Hyde we just wanted to know if you would care to comment on the accusation that has been levied against you.” Douglas Hyde “No comment.” Jacqueline Woods [...]

D.P.P explains different sex offences

The prosecution of Douglas Hyde and other cases of sex related offences raises the question of why various alleged acts, which all seem to fit the general description of rape, [...]

O.W. cane farmer killed by bees

Cane farmers will tell you that the most dangerous aspect of working in a Belizean cane field is the possibility of running into a poisonous snake. On Saturday, however, it [...]

Costa Rican Foreign Min. visits Belize

The relationship between Belize and Costa Rica strengthened visibly today when an official delegation from that Central American nation’s newly elected government paid a short but important visit to the [...]

Shoman: Still waiting on facilitators

While Belize continues to cultivate political support from Central America, the wait for the next step in the settlement of the Guatemalan claim can sometimes feel interminable. Belize’s Assad Shoman [...]

Cal: Signs in Guatemala are positive

As both Belizeans and Guatemalans wait to hear what the facilitators will recommend, according to Belize’s Ambassador to Guatemala, Moises Cal, the feelings from top to bottom are positive. Moises [...]

Musa leaves for Washington

With the Guatemalan claim in short term suspended animation, Prime Minister Said Musa departed this afternoon for Washington D.C., where he will attend the sixteenth meeting of the Caribbean Group [...]

Belize joins regional development group

Belize is hoping to strengthen its human and social development efforts with a bit of help from our Caribbean partners. Today, Prime Minister Said Musa officially launched the National Council [...]

Police step up enforcement of bike laws

They usually don’t ride quite as fast as Marion Jones runs, but then…Marion Jones doesn’t usually run the wrong way on a one way street. Today those cyclists brave enough [...]

Wicked 11 tops Taliban in cricket

James Adderley Good evening I’m James Adderley and you’re right on time for another fresh delivery of Sports Monday. Five time champion Raiders went into the Capital Life competition Friday [...]