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Police on Roatan Boost Mobility
US Embassy Provides Land, Sea Patrol Craft Seized from Traffickers

October 1st, 2013 by

Police on Roatan Boost Mobility <h5>US Embassy Provides Land, Sea Patrol Craft Seized from Traffickers</h5>

Sub-inspector Bustillo said the new patrol vehicle was more economical to operate than a conventional patrol car and allowed police to increase patrols in off-road areas, such as on the beaches.

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US Airlines to Expand Service to Roatan
Dallas Added to List of US Cities with Non-stop Flights

September 13th, 2013 by

US Airlines to Expand Service to Roatan <h5>Dallas Added to List of US Cities with Non-stop Flights</h5>

About 600 additional seats will be available each week on direct flights from the US to Roatan during the upcoming winter high season.

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Whale Sharks Swarm to Roatan
Dozens of Sightings of World’s Largest Fish Species Reported in August

August 16th, 2013 by

Whale Sharks Swarm to Roatan <h5>Dozens of Sightings of World’s Largest Fish Species Reported in August</h5>

One diver reports seeing at least six of the majestic creatures in one week.

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Murder Victim Called ‘Misunderstood’
Deaf Transvestite Beaten to Death, Had History of Theft, Aggression

August 15th, 2013 by

Murder Victim Called ‘Misunderstood’ <h5>Deaf Transvestite Beaten to Death, Had History of Theft, Aggression</h5>

Two suspects arrested in the case were released August 7 for insufficient evidence. But Prosecution has appealed.

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One Nation, One Day
Roatan Rallies for a Better Honduras

July 24th, 2013 by

One Nation, One Day<h5>Roatan Rallies for a Better Honduras</h5>

The Honduran Congress passed a resolution July 5 calling for a day of nationwide prayer in light of the “difficult situation the country is living through.”

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Lobster Boat Capsizes off Roatan
Crewman Killed, Reef Damaged, Boat Said to Have Been Poorly Balanced

July 24th, 2013 by

Lobster Boat Capsizes off Roatan<h5>Crewman Killed, Reef Damaged, Boat Said to Have Been Poorly Balanced</h5>

A port official said Merchant Marine authorities in Tegucigalpa would assess the information and determine what if any fines or penalties may be levied.

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Light at the End of the Tunnel?
Roatan Real Estate Brokers See Property Market Starting to Turn Around

May 29th, 2013 by

Light at the End of the Tunnel?<h5>Roatan Real Estate Brokers See Property Market Starting to Turn Around</h5>

“I think we’ve bottomed out,” said Larry Schlesser, who owns the RE/MAX franchise for the island.

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Coxen Hole to See More Ships in 2014
But Upcoming Winter High Season Business Expected to Decline 10 Percent

May 28th, 2013 by

Coxen Hole to See More Ships in 2014<h5>But Upcoming Winter High Season Business Expected to Decline 10 Percent</h5>

Royal Caribbean has committed two ships, each calling twice a month, for the summer months, and Norwegian Cruise Lines will up their weekly calls in winter from two to three a week, according to port officials.

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Four-Year Wait for Justice
Los Fuertes Couple Refuse to Give up on Case of Murdered Son

May 28th, 2013 by

Four-Year Wait for Justice<h5>Los Fuertes Couple Refuse to Give up on Case of Murdered Son</h5> ...Read More

You Watch My Back, I’ll Watch Yours
West End Watchmen’s Alliance Aims to Improve Coordination, Security

April 30th, 2013 by

You Watch My Back, I’ll Watch Yours<h5>West End Watchmen’s Alliance Aims to Improve Coordination, Security</h5> ...Read More