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Advertising exec. could face murder charges in U.S.

Belize City businessman Rhett Fuller was today arrested and now faces possible extradition to the United States. Fuller’s arrest is the result of a request by the United States government [...]

Barrow objects govt.’s proposal to “revoke” judicial appointments

The Opposition United Democratic Party has accused the government of trying to revoke the appointments of the Chief Justice and Judge of the Court of Appeal. The accusation took the [...]

Broadcasters look to buy tiny radio station

If you thought that this month’s big media story is the demise of the B.C.B., it may be time to take another look. Today News Five has confirmed that a [...]

P.D.P. election dispute

Since the People’s Democratic Party formed four years ago, there has never been as much internal confusion as what took place today at the offices of P.D.P. party leader, Estevan [...]

Cabinet moves on village councils, other issues

At yesterday’s weekly Cabinet meeting the issue of village governance was examined through a review of the draft of the Village Council Bill. This will be tabled at the next [...]

Govt. appoints Forestry Advisory Committee

In other government news, the Forestry Advisory Committee held its first meeting last week in Belize City. The committee, appointed by the Prime Minister and Minister of Natural resources and [...]

B.T.B. completes its administration team

The new management team for the Belize Tourist Board has been selected. Joining the Director of Tourism, Valerie Woods and her Deputy Director for marketing and public relations Tracy Taegar [...]

U.C.B. Week continues

When we think of U.C.B. most people picture a campus full of serious students hurrying to and from their classes. But this week, the students have come out from behind [...]

Caribbean labor conference gets underway in Belize City

The Caribbean Congress of Labor is meeting in Belize this week and has held a series of workshops and seminars. Earlier this week the issues were telecommunications and new trends [...]

C.E.T. students erect house

Yesterday we brought you the story of a housing construction scheme that gives Centre for Employment Training students hands on experience in building. Today those students experienced the satisfaction of [...]