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Rhett Fuller fights extradition to U.S.A. in Appeals Court

Rhett Fuller walked up to the Court of Appeal today for the umpteenth time in his protracted fight against extradition to the United States. Fuller was implicated in the murder [...]

4 minors get manslaughter charge for killing a man

Four minors, including a standard six student, were read charges of Manslaughter and not murder by a senior justice of the peace in San Pedro late Thursday evening. Today, the [...]

Northern Regional Hospital has too many post operation complications

When we last reported on the Northern Regional Hospital, the story was about Michel Gonzalez whose ultra sounds and treatment were for the delivery of twins but when she actually [...]

Court rejects application to stop S.S.B. investment in B.E.L.

Before news this evening, the Court of Appeal delivered a decision in respect to an application by Fortis, the previous owners of Belize Electricity Limited, to stop an investment totaling [...]

If conch becomes endangered in US, will it affect Belize?

Thousands across the Caribbean depend on the queen conch for a living. There is currently a proposal being promoted by a US NGO to list the conch as an endangered [...]

Edward Martinez again? More allegations of land scams

A land scam involving a highly connected Belize City resident is growing legs. Allegations against Edward Martinez continue to pour in and more Belizeans in the US have been calling [...]

Belizean Americans keep calling about Martinez land scam

After seeing Thursday night’s interview with Dorothy Fairweather, Ethlyn Lindsey contacted our newsroom today, alleging that she has also been conned by Martinez. Lindsey says she sent money to him [...]

Sittee River resident gets attempted murder charge

Twenty-six year old Kenroy Flowers almost lost his life on March twenty-fourth when he was stabbed to the abdomen while trying to break up a fight between his friend and [...]

Husband allegedly kills wife’s lover, but eager wife barred from testifying

A murder trial that began on Monday came to a sudden halt in the Supreme Court this morning when Justice Troadio Gonzalez discharged the twelve member jury and ordered a [...]

SATIIM wants postponement of EIA community meeting; DOE says no

The Sarstoon-Temash Institute for Indigenous Management, the Coalition to save Our Natural Heritage along with APAMO requested the government to delay consultations on an Environmental Impact Assessment developed by US [...]

2 accidents; one student loses life in the south

Just after seven on Thursday night, an extensively damaged white car was seen off the right hand side of Central American Boulevard. The car, driven at the time by Homer [...]

COCABA U-16 Championship Tournament in Tegucigalpa

Twelve basketball players from high schools across the country left this morning en route to Tegucigalpa, Honduras to compete in the five-day COCABA U-sixteen Championship tournament. Over the past month, [...]

Punta Kings release CD and DVD

We are inching closer to Garifuna Settlement Day in November which normally sets off a huge cultural explosion. Punta Kings is already taking a lead in that respect, the group [...]

Butane and dive tanks getting old, U.S. firm says there is a way to prevent disaster

When a veteran diver was killed at Amigos del Mar in San Pedro Town while refueling an oxygen tank, it was an instant tragedy and many wondered if it could [...]