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Notice to viewers

There will be no newscast on Wednesday, September tenth due to a public and bank holiday in recognition of the Battle of St. George’s Caye. The next newscast will be [...]

Gun amnesty ends; crackdown comes next

It was not expected to be anything, but a perfunctory prelude to a crackdown on illegal firearms, the last chance for criminals to come clean before the legal hammer dropped. [...]

O.W. body is murder victim

The body of a man found in the Orange Walk District on Friday has been identified. He is twenty-eight year old Machelo Melendez, a resident of San Francisco Street in [...]

N. Highway knockdown kills cyclist

Meanwhile, Orange Walk police are also investigating a traffic accident on Monday night, which left an elderly man dead. According to police reports, sixty-seven year old Guadalupe Alonzo of Tower [...]

B.C.C.I. donation improves police communications

The Police Department’s crime-fighting initiative has received a major shot in the arm with some new communication equipment. The Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry answered the cop’s call for [...]

Family seeks help to find missing relative

Tonight the family of a missing Belize City man is asking for your help. Relatives of seventy-one year old Cecil Casimiro, also known as “Sincero”, say they were with him [...]

Belize delegation hits N.Y., D.C.

Belize is engaging in some aggressive diplomatic damage control in the wake of Guatemalan President Alfonso Portillo’s rejection of the O.A.S. facilitation process as a means of settling Guatemala’s claim [...]

B.E.L. sends crew to help Bermuda

The nations of the Caribbean may not always make much progress in their efforts at political unity and economic integration…but when it comes to pulling together in times of trouble [...]

Garbage still burning; officials ponder cure

It’s a story that we’ve covered more times that we care to admit. If you live in Belize City and haven’t smelled the stinking smoke of the garbage dump, don’t [...]

Stranded manatee fights for life

It’s not certain whether the increased boat traffic surrounding the burgeoning cruise tourism industry is taking its toll on Belize City’s manatees…but what we do know is that tonight an [...]

Authorities target drunk drivers

According to the Minister of Transport, an average of seven Belizeans per month lose their lives in traffic accident, most of which could be saved by a combination of safer [...]