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Boat found stripped but no sign of 7 missing anglers

Tonight the families of seven men missing at sea since Sunday continue to cling to hope that their loved ones are alive and well. The search took a turn for [...]

Man believed drowned in Honey Camp Lagoon

And while their families continue to pray for the missing men’s safety, Orange Walk police have yet to recover the body of teenager who is believed to have drowned while [...]

SATIIM says court ruling prohibits planned oil exploration

On last night’s newscast we reported on a donation of computers by petroleum contractors in Toledo and the imminent commencement of seismic testing by U.S. Capital Energy in the Sarstoon [...]

Deon Slusher charged with prison murder

Twenty-five year old prison inmate, Deon Slusher, was today formally arraigned before Chief Magistrate Margaret McKenzie for the murder of fellow prisoner, Gilroy “Hootie” Wade. Wade was shot dead inside [...]

Brokers protest new fees at Western border

The situation at the Western border remains uneasy tonight as local importers continue to object to the imposition of new fees by Belize’s Border Management Agency. According to broker Edgar [...]

Petroleum Dept. denies press reports of new oil find

The Department of Geology and Petroleum was quick to deny a report appearing in today’s Amandala that another well drilled by Belize Natural Energy has struck oil. Director of Petroleum [...]

Central bankers meet in Belize; fear oil-fuelled inflation

No matter where you travel across the Caribbean, one of the most imposing buildings in any country is invariably its Central Bank. And that’s fine, because no matter how badly [...]

Harpy Eagle celebrates fifth birthday at zoo

If you ask any Belizean to name the star of the Belize Zoo, the voting would run heavily in favour or April the tapir, who at age twenty-four reigns supreme [...]

Study explains erosion at Monkey River; quick action needed

If you look at old maps you’ll find that a half century ago the village of Monkey River was actually a town, and if you talk to the old heads [...]