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Swine Flu: Cases reported at bordering Quintana Roo, Yucatan

Countries around the world are facing one of the most daunting challenges since the Spanish Flu ravaged the globe in 1918 and 1919, killing twenty-one million people – more than [...]

Northern border remains open; precautionary measures in place

Along the northern border since Saturday, the monitoring of the Swine Flu epidemic began. Stakeholders at the border in Santa Elena and at the Commercial Free Zone began putting in [...]

Attorneys seek to overturn Musa’s committal to Supreme Court

Chief Justice Abdulai Conteh began hearing of the judicial review of the case of former Prime Minster Said Musa this morning. Attorneys for Musa spent the day submitting their arguments [...]

The old and the new P.U.P. close ranks

Turning to political news, Saturday’s Central Party Council of the P.U.P met as scheduled at Independence Hall. The rumored challenge against the leadership of John Briceño did not materialize and [...]

Cyclist goes to court for threat to Chester Williams

A cyclist has a whole lot to worry about after he allegedly tried to knock down a senior police officer. Forty-six year old Ray Cattouse Junior is accused of attempting [...]

Environmentalists say procedure was not followed at the Peak

Late last week, environmentalist, Sharon Matola of the Belize Zoo said she had nothing to do with an illegal clearing recently discovered by the Belize Audubon Society at the pristine [...]

Cayo Knights, Bishops & Supreme Pawns top chess tournament

It is not a big sport in Belize as basketball, cycling or football, but the population of chess players and fans are growing steadily. And Saturday’s second annual Belize Chess [...]

CARILEC survey says B.E.L. has 2nd lowest electricity rates

The Belize Electricity Limited has been in the headlines for some time over a number of issues ranging from court battles with the Public Utilities Commission, a claim it is [...]

Football, basketball and cycling news from James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. Round three of the Belize Premier Football League competition brought the internecine struggle between F.C. Belize and the Belize Defense [...]