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Where were the visas issued for the 32 Japanese or was it Chinese?

The three planes with thirty-two passengers that landed after closing hours at the Philip Goldson International Airport from Haiti and other Caribbean countries are the subject of a major investigation [...]

U.S. Embassy encourages Gov’t to eliminate the illegal entry of people

In an interview on Thursday night in this newscast, attorney Arthur Saldivar, who is representing some of the persons who were on duty when Air Century landed in Belize on [...]

No answers in case of murder victim 100

Police still have no clue as to who shot and killed twenty year old Carlos Sucuqui early Thursday morning.  Sucuqui had just arrived on West Canal and was about to [...]

Burnt body found on Highway Dump

Thousands marched against crime earlier today, but this afternoon the partially burnt body of forty-four year old Francisco Villanueva was discovered at a garbage dump near mile fifty on the [...]

Primary School kids of Belize District Protest against Crime

Students in the Old Capital took the lead today against gun violence. They were grieving the recent murders of Eyannie Nunez and Marquis Mahler, two children whose lives were cut [...]

94% of viewers say; there is high level collusion in alleged human smuggling ring

Since Tuesday, we’ve been exposing the details of chartered flights from the Caribbean, bringing in Asian nationals who were quickly cleared by immigration at the Philip Goldson International Airport. So [...]

The Taste of Belize

The countdown to the annual Taste of Belize is underway. The event attracts participants from all over the jewel to compete in all that is culinary.  It takes place at [...]

Eight-peat record holder for ‘back-to-back’ prison escape

Dennis Quilter is known more for escaping from jail, than for the crimes that got him incarcerated. Today he was convicted for his eighth prison break and was sentenced to [...]

Bicycle thief gets a ride to the prison

Another name well known in the courts and to police is Leon Walford. He was charged today for allegedly robbing twenty-four year old Michael Caceres at gunpoint on September twenty-eighth. [...]

Family of drowned U.S. national gets justice

Damages in the amount of ninety-thousand dollars have been awarded to the estate of the late Dr. Abigail Brinkman, a US national, who drowned off the coast of Placencia five [...]

Minors/cousins draw first blood with a knife

An old beef between two teenaged cousins of Camalote Village, Cayo, has resulted in one being stabbed and the other being charged.  The incident occurred just minutes after classes were [...]

Traffic warden, the victim of traffic accident

The job of traffic officers is to direct the steady flow of traffic and to detect traffic violations.  But on Thursday afternoon one traffic warden became the victim of a [...]

World Mental Health Day 2010; How healthy is your mind?

The Mental Health Association is holding several activities in observation of World Mental Health Day 2010. Today Saint John’s College, Saint Catherine Academy, Anglican Cathedral College and Edward P. Yorke [...]

Safiyyah has the Entertainment Treats for the three day weekend

It’s the beginning of a holiday weekend and there’s plenty to do over the next three days.  From Belize City’s exotic nightlife to a family fair and fun day in [...]