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Castellanos will not be called by commission

Former director of immigration Paulino Castellanos will not testify. That’s the latest out of the Commission of Inquiry charged to review the procedural irregularities at the Immigration Department. According to [...]

Jalacte murder suspect shot dead in Guatemala

A Guatemalan murder suspect is dead tonight when, after fleeing the scene of the crime in Belize, his homeland did not prove to be a safe haven. According to Belize [...]

Three guilty fishermen fined over $42,000

They were caught red handed with a boatload of illegal seafood…and now the three guilty fishermen have been forced to pay. Following Thursday’s seizure of two thousand, one hundred and [...]

17-year-old loses battle to kidney disease

Three weeks ago we aired a story on Kenisha Usher, a seventeen year old patient at the K.H.M.H. struggling against the ravages of kidney failure. Tonight we regret to report [...]

Fifth offshore bank opens

Forget the Caymans; bank in Belize. That’s the message government is sending to the world of international finance. The occasion was the official opening of Belize’s newest offshore institution, the [...]

Doctors receive continuous education

Local physicians are currently taking part in a programme of continuing medical education. Presently in Belize from Harvard Medical School in Boston is Doctor Gordon Vineyard. His visit comes through [...]

Carla Roches is Miss Garifuna Belize City

At first, fifteen year old Carla Roches did not want to enter the Miss Garifuna Belize City pageant, but after being persuaded by friends, Roches decided to participate…after all she [...]

New N.B.A. season: Milt in Cleveland

It seems like the N.B.A. finals only just ended…but here it is, the beginning of another season of U.S. professional basketball. What makes tonight’s opening worth mentioning is that our [...]

Police work “special areas” in city

In his address on Friday to new recruits, Minister of Home Affairs Ralph Fonseca emphasized the importance of community policing. Today in Belize City law enforcement authorities were taking that [...]

Late news: fatal knockdown in San Pedro

Finally, in news just in we are informed from San Pedro Town that a man there has been killed after he was run over by dump truck. The incident occurred [...]