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U.S. skydiver plunges to his death off San Pedro

A year ago on this newscast we reported on a new activity in Belize’s ever expanding world of tourism. Skydiving over the turquoise blue Caribbean was introduced to Ambergris Caye [...]

Cyclist hit by car dies of injuries

A cyclist knocked down by a motor vehicle on Sunday morning died of his injuries. Sixty-nine year old Juan Perez was hit while riding on the road between San Roman [...]

Suspect detained in city shooting

Belize City police have detained a suspect in connection with a shooting incident on Wednesday night. According to authorities twenty-eight year old Troy Trapp of West Canal told them that [...]

Burglars busted and sentenced to 5 years apiece

Two men have been sentenced to five years in jail for their involvement in separate burglaries. Forty-nine year old John Burgess of Tigris Street was found guilty by Magistrate Harry [...]

No official confirmation on Blackhawks over Placencia

Reports to this station from residents of the Placencia peninsula indicate that this morning a number of armed military helicopters, believed to be Blackhawks of the U.S. Army, skimmed along [...]

Belize Marine Registry seeks quality over quantity

We don’t hesitate to report when Belize-registered vessels are busted for illegal fishing, drugs, or safety violations. So when our marine registry does something right, it’s only fair to relay [...]

Local Y.M.C.A. teams with Missouri counterpart

The Young Men’s Christian Association of Belize and its counterpart organisation in St. Louis, Missouri have enjoyed a close working relationship for the last five years. Today, the associations are [...]

Girl Guides do good deeds at Sr. Cecilia Home

The traditional good deed performed by a Boy Scout is to help an elderly pedestrian cross the street. Today the Belizean equivalent of that service was executed many times over [...]

All Saints students start early on career paths

Assessing the job market is a task usually left for sometime near graduation. But this morning in Belize City one group of very young people were given a major jump [...]