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Witnesses dead; charges dropped against caye shooter

Tonight a U.S. national who shot and killed two people is a free man. Charges of murder and attempted murder have been dismissed against forty-nine year Robert Moore, the caretaker [...]

Legal summit focuses on families

If you were looking for a lawyer today, chances are you were out of luck, as the majority of Belize’s legal community was attending the annual Bench and Bar Summit. [...]

Relay will raise awareness of AIDS

On Sunday, World AIDS Week will officially open with a fifty mile torch relay. The run will start in Belmopan and finish at Rogers Stadium in Belize City. A number [...]

New publications aim at young readers

With all the hype about computers in the classroom, education via the internet and on-line libraries, you’d think that books have become obsolete. Don’t start the funeral yet, however, as [...]

Sister Yvonne Hunter; dead at 74

It is with great regret that we announce the death of a veteran Belizean educator and religious leader. Sister Yvonne Hunter, also known as Sister Alexander, passed away this afternoon [...]

U.B. graduates first Executive MBAs

They finish a long day at work, then turn around and hit their school books. No, these aren’t early dropouts catching up on a high school diploma; they’re some of [...]

Vocational education is high priority

It’s called the Technical Vocational Education Training Project–TVET for short–and while this aspect of our educational system doesn’t always grab the headlines, it is becoming a big part of life [...]