Belize - Belize News - - Great Belize Productions - Belize Breaking News
Home » October, 2008 You are currently browsing entries posted in: October, 2008

Six years later, extradition appeal comes up in court

Rhett Fuller spent his birthday in court. The extradition appeal of the thirty-eight year old finally made it to court after six years and today Fuller and his attorney, Eamon [...]

Court of Appeals turns down Telemedia’s application

But before the appeal of Rhett Fuller was dealt with, the Appeals Court heard an application for leave to appeal a stay of proceedings in the case of five claimants, [...]

Traffic officer charged with Carnal Knowledge

While his job is to uphold the law, today a traffic officer was charged for just the opposite when he appeared in court for Unlawful Carnal Knowledge. Thirty year old, [...]

San Pedro police make arrest in stabbing murder

San Pedro police have caught up with thirty-seven year old Alvaro Gregorio, who was on the run since the stabbing death of Salvadoran Roberto Jimenez of the San Mateo area [...]

Man pleads guilty to stealing 5 drums of fuel

In the Magistrates’ Court meanwhile, thirty-one year old Roger Pennil of Belama Phase Three, Belize City pleaded guilty to Theft in connection with an incident at the Princess Hotel and [...]

Police Dept. revamps People’s Coalition Committee

And because of escalating crime and violence, the fight against it is everyone’s business and there is one group that has been active but intends to do more. They previously [...]

Special Olympians return home with 20 medals

A delegation of athletes that represented Belize in Nicaragua for the Special Olympic Games returned home today with two gold medals. Ambassador for Special Olympics, Kim Simpliss and Chairman of [...]

Constable Lawrence Jones is Officer of the Month

They did not get medals but they were recognized with special awards as the Police Department’s Belize District Officer of the Month Award programme came back on stream. The programme [...]

Belize Post Office celebrates World Post Day

Aside from postmasters and mailmen, not many people may know that October ninth is commemorated as World Post Day. To kick-off the celebrations, on Wednesday, instead of delivering mails, the [...]

NEMO sends second shipment of food Cuba

And to show appreciation for the continuous assistance from Cuba, Belize today deployed its second shipment of supplies to the island that was ravaged three times in a matter of [...]

Project Poverty exhibition opens tonight at Mexican Ins.

Poverty is the deprivation of common necessities that determine the quality of life and statistics show that there has been an increase in the level of poverty in the jewel. [...]

Healthy Living looks at depression

At some point you have experienced feelings of sadness. Most of the time we learn to overcome these feelings and as some say: what doesn’t kill us makes us stronger. [...]