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Note to Viewers

Viewers note that beginning Thursday morning at six Belize time we will offer live video streaming of our election coverage. Those with high speed internet connections can click on the [...]

Commonwealth election observers tour country

A team of three experts from the Commonwealth are in Belize to observe the February seventh General Elections. The team, led by Former Jamaican Foreign Minister, K. D. Knight, includes [...]

O.A.S. reports 3 more families moved from Santa Rosa

And in news from a different set of observers, the Organization of American States has announced that on Monday three more Guatemalan families were relocated from Santa Rosa, the illegal [...]

Police suspect foul play in death of O.W. woman

Police suspect foul play in the death of a woman from August Pine Ridge in the Orange Walk District and are now looking for her husband. This is after a [...]

Burglars steal three guns from Fisheries office …

Police and government officials are investigating how thieves could have gotten into the Fisheries Department headquarters on Princess Margaret Drive and stolen three licensed handguns. The break-in occurred around eight [...]

… While in Dangriga, primary school is targetted

When we last visited Dangriga’s Christ the King Anglican school in November it was to report on it’s preparations for Garifuna Settlement Day. Tonight the news is less pleasant, as [...]

Brothers cop a plea in big jewellery heist

Two brothers have pleaded guilty to Handling Stolen Goods following the start of their trial on the more serious charge of Burglary. Thirty-six year old Wilwood Pinto and thirty-two year [...]

Police remind voters of ban on guns, booze

The Police Department is reminding voters and party activists of the rules regarding guns and liquor on election day. In a press release they state that it is illegal to [...]

Barrow gives views on N.H.I., foreign policy, Ashcroft

In a wide ranging interview aired last night following our newscast, U.D.P. leader Dean Barrow put fourth his personal and his party’s position on a number of issues facing the [...]

Two Patricks and a Carolyn vie for seat in Collet

When political scientists look at election statistics they invariably search for small geographic areas that produce voting results representative of the nation as a whole. Such areas are called bell [...]