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Mark Seawell’s extradition case goes for another round in court

A US request for the extradition of a notorious drug dealer almost caused the fall of Jamaica’s prime minister this week. The situation in the island is still volatile and [...]

Seawell’s attorney says UK legislation not applicable

And while Kaseke and his counterparts had entirely different views about the same piece of legislation, he said there is also a major difference with this case and previous extradition [...]

Sunken culvert creates a dip on thoroughfare

Traffic was restricted to one lane at mile seven on the Western Highway this afternoon after one of the recently replaced culverts in that area had to undergo urgent repairs. [...]

Student protest by staying away from Santa Familia RC School

Most of the classrooms at the Santa Familia Roman Catholic Primary School were empty today as students stayed away from classes following a demonstration by parents on Tuesday.  According to [...]

Are criminal elements deterred by Operation Jaguar?

Tonight’s question is on Operation Jaguar that was launched this past Monday in Belize City. Police and B.D.F. are on patrol in the city’s hot spots to put a stop [...]

Renowned anthropologist looks at root causes of male violence

It was not so long ago that an arrest would be made for a violent murder and society would rest well.  That has now changed and now within three months [...]

Five kilos of suspected cocaine recovered during accident

Drug trafficking charges are expected to be brought against the driver of a red vehicle bearing a Dangriga license plate which was being pursued by undercover police in the Lake [...]

Housing Minister Michael Finnegan recovering in Detroit

Housing Minister Michael Finnegan has been out of the limelight and the political scene for the past month. Finnegan is in Detroit, Michigan, fighting for his good health and recovering [...]

Thirteen year old pregnant for Trial Farm mason

There is a disturbing report about a minor from the Orange Walk District who, at the tender age of thirteen, is eight months pregnant. She claims that the father of [...]

Two brothers found guilty of Robbery

The trial of two brothers concluded today and while they were not in court, Senior Magistrate Sharon Frazer handed down her decision, finding them guilty of Robbery. Emmerson Neal Junior [...]

Number of domestic violence cases on the decline?

The number of reported cases of domestic violence for 2009 has been released in an annual report issued by the Ministry of Health.  While the figures reflect a decrease in [...]

Microsoft launches software suite in Belize

Software juggernaut Microsoft is launching its latest suite of programs for 2010 in Belize.  The corporation’s regional manager George Gobin is in the country along with other representatives to promote [...]

OCEANA offers nature in exchange for words

To say the least, a lot has been said regarding the state of Belize’s Barrier Reef.  There was the inscription as a World Heritage Site, which meant that the second [...]

Win major cash writing poems in Spanish

The Embassy of Mexico has announced the opening of an international children’s poetry competition. It is a contest aimed at encouraging children to  read from as early in life as [...]

Healthy Living demystifies skin cancer

What cases skin cancer? According to the experts, ultraviolet radiation from the sun is the main cause and energy from the sun is a form of radiation. In some cases, [...]