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Rhett Fuller loses extradition appeal; his fate now in hands of Minister Sedi Elrington

It took more than a decade to settle; that’s the extradition request by the US Government of Belizean Rhett Fuller that started in the Belize courts in 1999. London’s Privy [...]

Southern Highway accident is fatal for 69 year old man

Before midday today, a terrible traffic accident claimed the life of a Belizean business man, sixty-nine year old Franco Gentile. The accident happened on the Southern Highway while Gentile was [...]

Do you agree with GOB removing rights under the Constitution to challenge nationalizations in Court?

Tonight’s question is: If the government wants to nationalize utilities do you think it should remove people’s rights under the Belize Constitution to challenge such nationalizations in court? Send your [...]

BCCI Vice President speaks on the meaning of S&P downgrade for Belize

There have been recent downgrades of Belize’s credit rating by two U.S.-based financial-services agencies, that’s Moody’s Investors Service and Standard and Poor’s. The latest demotion came last week from S&P. [...]

S&P downgrade of US credit rating is also expected to affect Belize

The lowering of S&P credit ratings on larger economies such as Italy, Greece, Spain and most notably the United States have caused havoc; in fact in the US, it created [...]

Corozal man sentenced to 10 years in prison for brutally beating a woman

The judgment on the Rhett Fuller appeal was handed down in London, but in the local jurisdiction up north, a judge delivered the sentence in the case of a female [...]

Marlon Woods gets out on bail for manslaughter of his friend

Also in court, Marlon Woods, who was charged with manslaughter for the death of his friend, Kevin “Tawah” Middleton was released on bail today. After a week in prison, Woods [...]

Belize gets firearm marking equipment to control weapons trafficking

Over the last five years crimes committed using firearms have increased at an alarming rate. In an effort to combat crime and the illegal trafficking of guns around the region, [...]

Cane Farmers want to keep B.S.I. in Belizean hands and say Banco Atlantida is not the only option

Banco Atlantida of Honduras is negotiating a buy-out deal of the Belize sugar industries to the tune of ninety million dollars, which will include paying off thirty million dollars in [...]

CCCCC and CCRIF partner to tackle climate change risks

Still reeling from the effects of hurricane Richard in 2010 and with an active projected hurricane season, the need for insurance to reduce costs from hurricanes and earthquakes in the [...]

Galen University launches new scholarship initiative

The first master’s degree graduating cohort of Galen University has formed an organization to offer a complete scholarship opportunity to a needy high school student interested in pursuing tertiary education [...]

Group A is down to 6 couples in KTV Duets at the Bliss

It’s Tuesday night so all roads head to the Bliss. KTV Duets continues tonight with performances from group A. Tickets sold out from early this morning for tonight’s competition so [...]