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Pilot, 5 passengers unhurt following landing in sea

Five airline passengers travelling to Corozal this morning got more than they bargained for when their Tropic Air plane had to make an emergency landing in the Caribbean Sea. According [...]

Chanona finally decides to run in Belmopan

He’s been wrestling with the decision for what seems like years … but today Tony Chanona has finally thrown his hat in the electoral ring. The fifty-two year old former [...]

Former columnist will start new newspaper

On yesterday’s newscast we took note of a new radio station owned by the People’s United Party. Today there is word of a new newspaper … but unlike its partisan [...]

Police programme promotes good citizenship

We are not sure how “The Independent” will deal with the issue of crime, but today’s police story is less about catching criminals than it is about creating responsible citizens. [...]

Villager dies trying to swim across river

A resident of Santa Familia in the Cayo District has died, apparently of drowning. According to an eyewitness, on Friday evening, twenty-four year old Ronaldo Landero jumped in the Belize [...]

Driver charged in fatal accident

The driver of a pickup truck involved in a fatal accident has been arrested and charged. Jerry Moro of Camalote Village was at the wheel around three Saturday morning when [...]

Two more cases “nolle prosequi”

Latin was once again the language of choice at the Supreme Court today as in two more cases the crown cried “nolle prosequi.” The prosecution of forty-seven year old Alfonso [...]

Officials assess airport security

Earlier in this newscast the president of a local airline said that the most dangerous part of flying was the drive to the airport. While that assessment may be statistically [...]

Defence officials finalise National Security Strategy

It sounds like one of those academic exercises that, once completed, will gather dust on a shelf at Price Barracks. But an army as thinly stretched as the Belize Defence [...]

Elderly, caregivers learn to provide better medical services

Whether you fit the definition of a senior citizen or are responsible for an ageing parent or relative, the prospect of providing medical care to the elderly has to be [...]

Mexican singers serenade Belizeans

Voz En Punto is regarded as one of Mexico’s most talented vocal ensembles and for two consecutive nights the group will be performing in Belize. The concerts, dubbed Mexico a [...]