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U.S. seeks extradition of drug suspect

He’s awaiting trial along with his brother Hadrian for a May 2001 drug bust that netted over a ton and a quarter of cocaine. But tonight Robert Hertular has another [...]

Two Guatemalan prisoners escape across border

They were accused in the jacking of a pair of Dutch tourists near the Maya site of Xunantunich. But while on their way from Hattieville prison to court this morning [...]

Mayor seeks finance for homeless plan

It is a problem that has been with us for many years, but despite a number of sincere and practical efforts to find proper shelter for Belize City’s homeless citizens, [...]

Asian poultry banned due to flu

Belize has long been self sufficient in poultry, but health and agricultural officials are taking no chances. With Avian Influenza threatening Asia, all poultry imports from that part of the [...]

Education Summit to be held in May

The process known as education is never a static one. Even before a new Minister of Education was appointed earlier this month, a large-scale review of the nation’s education system [...]

Visiting nurses combine business and pleasure

It is getting to be a popular practice in the United States for professional associations to combine business and pleasure. Today that combination resulted in a group of U.S. nurses [...]