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95 stolen passports recovered in Cayo

Over the last several years virtually all of the news coming out of the Immigration Department has been bad: everything from the illegal bucket sale of passports to their outright [...]

P.M. reports on Cabinet retreat

Prime Minister Said Musa has made a public statement following the six day retreat at Caye Chapel attended by Cabinet and invited guests. According to Musa, the ministers frankly confronted [...]

Search continues for missing B.D.F. sergeant

Today the Belize Defence Force expanded its search for Sergeant Ramon Aguilar who remains missing somewhere in the Chiquibul Forest Reserve. According to B.D.F. Chief of Staff, Lt. Colonel Reuel [...]

Court of Appeal reverses another sexual assault conviction

Another man convicted of sexual assault has been freed by the Court of Appeal. Kevin Cadle, convicted of Carnal Knowledge and sentenced to six years in prison, was released from [...]

Innocent shooting victim is still hurting

On yesterday’s newscast we reported on the wounding of an innocent bystander as gunmen in a fleeing vehicle shot at a police patrol. Today I stopped in at the home [...]

D.F.C. hearings will reconvene October 24th

The last hearing took place on August twenty-fourth, but after two months of hiatus due to September celebrations and the illness of Chairman David Price, the Commission of Inquiry into [...]

Hearings on staying of B.T.L. judgment postponed one week

The legal wrangling in the ongoing battle for control of Belize Telecommunications Limited continued today in the Belize Court of Appeal. This morning, attorney Elson Kaseke, representing Solicitor General Edwin [...]

Inmate talked out of jumping from prison water tower

It’s a familiar scene on newscasts in the big cities of North America: that is a troubled individual stands atop a tall building and threatens to end his life by [...]

Kidney transplant patient doing well

If there is a good side to the many trials and tribulations that citizens often face, it is that despite our problems, the Belizean public has been unfailingly generous when [...]