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Port Loyola Standard Bearer protests elections and boundaries department

There are thousands of voters in Port Loyola.  It’s one of the largest constituencies in Belize City and every vote counts for P.U.P.’s Gilroy Usher and U.D.P.’s incumbent Anthony Boots [...]

Rhett Fuller escorted from Prison to Minister of Foreign Affairs

Belizean businessman Rhett Fuller, wanted for extradition by U.S. federal agents, appeared before Minister of Foreign Affairs Wilfred Elrington in Belmopan this morning.  Fuller, who surrendered to local authorities on [...]

Fuller’s wife says Rhett is optimistic despite prison

According to Fuller’s wife, Ann Marie, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, with whom the power to extradite her husband rests, exercised tremendous objectivity during the hearing.  There were several issues [...]

FYFFES? Banana Industry crisis caused by hard rains

Belize exports bananas to Fyffes; the first fruit brand in the world and arguably one of the most important fresh produce companies in Europe. But banana production is under threat [...]

Shane Gillett charged for murder of 1st Prime Minister’s brother

Samuel Price, the brother of first Prime Minister, George Cadle Price, was bludgeoned to death inside his home sometime between April fifteenth and sixteenth. Police initially detained two minors and [...]

9 years for illegal guns and ammunition; ouch!

Auto Dealer, Malcolm Lamb was sentenced today after he was found guilty of three firearm related charges. The firearm and ammo were found on him on June twenty-seventh, 2009 as [...]

Honduran national raped in Independence Village

On Monday we told you about an US visitor who was assaulted and raped on the Stann Creek Valley Road. There is a report tonight that another woman was raped [...]

Belize/Guatemala Football redux

On Tuesday evening, the nation held its collective breath as Belize took on the Guatemalan national football team. The local boys donned the national colors and stepped up their game [...]

Attention all cross border travelers; Embassy of Mexico September hours

The calendar for September Celebrations is filled with activities this month. Central America and Mexico are also celebrating their national days in this month. The festivities are causing a shift [...]

KTV Duets; still fresh the day after

The Bliss exploded on Tuesday night with a fabulous line up of local talent. Four duos appeared on stage and took the audience by storm with remarkable performances. They are [...]