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U.S. Embassy will pull visas of passport scammers

News 5′s continuing investigation into allegations of corruption in the issuing of Belizean passports has taken a new turn. Since no government official or immigration agent will speak on the [...]

Wavedancer owner answers critics

Twenty lives were lost when the diveboat Wavedancer capsized in the middle of Hurricane Iris in the waters of the Big Creek Port. Tonight, the owner of the Wavedancer is [...]

Milton Palacio will conduct basketball camp

Beginning Monday, Belizean children from the city and San Pedro will participate in a series of basketball camps hosted by the NBA’s Milt Palacio. Palacio will arrive in the country [...]

Brodie’s and Castillo team to help Stella Maris

When Stella Maris School welcomed its new addition on April tenth, the school’s principal was wondering where the money would come from to furnish the home economics programme and buy [...]

Lions get help from British

A couple of other generous donations were made earlier this week that we somehow managed to overlook. On Tuesday the Belize City Lions Club was given over eight thousand dollars [...]

Rotarians install computer labs in Cayo

Meanwhile, not to be outdone, Rotarians in San Ignacio have joined forces with their colleagues in Seattle, Washington to equip two Cayo High Schools with networking computer laboratories. Under Rotary’s [...]

Campers show off at House of Culture

We covered them when they opened, and as several summer camp sessions come to a close, we thought we’d stop back to see how the campers made out. Ann-Marie Williams [...]

Students learn about tourism from B.T.B.

Today, students from the Belize, Orange Walk and Cayo Districts participating in a B.T.B. sponsored summer programme, demonstrated what they’ve learnt about the tourism industry. The students were asked to [...]

Taiwanese garment factory struggles to survive

Over the course of this week we’ve taken a close look at the subject of illegal immigration, specifically allegations that Belizean nationality is being sold by corrupt officials and their [...]