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Plane crashes west of Int’l Airport, four passengers believed dead

As I speak hope appears to be fading in the search for any survivors in a plane crash that was first reported to our newsroom only twenty five minutes ago. [...]

U.D.P. claims possession of secret P.U.P. document; more phony distractions, say P.U.P.

It’s a slow news day so we’re forced to lead tonight’s broadcast with the type of story that, mercifully, only seems to pop up during election campaigns. Appearing this morning [...]

Colombian boat found by fishermen, no drugs

Three Caye Caulker fishermen set out on a fishing trip to Turneffe three days ago, but what they hauled in was not what they expected. It was big, blue and [...]

Mennonite woman commits suicide

Since their arrival in Belize in the fifties, the Mennonites have over the years kept a low profile. But in the last couple of months, they’ve exploded onto the news [...]

Journalists criticize debate organizers

Members of the press are speaking out in protest over what they perceive to be ill treatment by the organizers of the upcoming prime ministerial debate. At an organizational meeting [...]

Young Belizean attends prestigious music camp

She carries a name which is synonymous with music in Belize, but it was not her name which earned Natasha Young a place in one of the world’s finest music [...]

Fishermen must improve conservation practices, say co-op officials

While a story earlier in this newscast may indicate otherwise, there is much more going on in Belizean waters than the transshipment of drugs. Tonight, in the second part of [...]