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Crooks sold passports, legal applicants snubbed

For the last several weeks we’ve kept a low profile on the immigration story as the police gather evidence for their investigation into the illegal sale of Belizean nationality. But [...]

Former reporter runs for mayor

It is not an easy task to report on a fellow member of the journalistic profession, let alone a colleague who until very recently worked at this station. But it’s [...]

Former P.M. plays down future role

And while the name of Laura Esquivel may be a new one for Belizean voters, that of her father Manuel is not. While the former Prime Minister and UDP leader [...]

Policeman detained in assault

A Caye Caulker policeman has been detained in a bizarre incident that occurred last night in Belize City. Jacqueline Woods reports from the scene on Flamboyant Street. Jacqueline Woods, Reporting [...]

School wardens receive training, seek support

With primary-schoolers just about ready to hit the books, Belizean educators are making their preparations. And right behind them is the School Security System, that is: the school wardens. For [...]

Cruise arrivals boom, overnights drop

There is good news and bad news in the tourism industry tonight. First, the positive, and that is that cruise tourism in Belize is going through the roof. According to [...]

San Pedranos take precautions against dengue

With the disease known as dengue fever sweeping through neighbouring Guatemala and El Salvador, medical authorities in Belize remain on a high state of alert. And nowhere in the country [...]