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Tempers flare at Cayo registration office

On yesterday’s newscast we reported on the last minute rush of applicants for Belizean citizenship, with the expectation that they would quickly go and register to vote. Last night in [...]

Immigration Dir. says no wrong doing in processing naturalization

Meanwhile, back at the Immigration Department in Belmopan, we continued our efforts to find out exactly what was going on yesterday, as a large crowd of immigrants sought to complete [...]

Chief Elections Officer urges public’s help to monitor registration

If you haven’t registered by now you’re almost certainly not going to be able to vote on August twenty seventh, as registration officials will be working hard tonight simply to [...]

Debate is dead, say NGOs

We didn’t really need the press release, but today SPEAR and the Chamber of Commerce made it official. There are not going to be any political debates — at least [...]

Barrow and Esquivel attend San Salvador summit

While the election campaign continues to intensify, at least two of the major players on the government side will be taking a few days off from the mayhem to attend [...]

Police learn asset forfeiture from U.S. D.E.A.

It’s been a festering sore point in relations between the United States and Belize… that is, the perception that local law enforcement authorities were not as tough as they should [...]

Teachers prepare new primary school curriculum

In times of peace prepare for war. That’s what many primary school teachers are doing this summer. But this war, according to News Five’s Arreini Palacio, may be a beneficial [...]

Barbados Deputy P.M. addresses women’s seminar

If you took a poll to name the most admired women in the Caribbean the name of Billie Miller of Barbados would likely be somewhere near the top of the [...]