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AIDS activists act up at the K.H.M.H.

Even by Belizean standards, it was not a big demonstration. But the picketing on Princess Margaret Drive did mark the first time that advocates for AIDS care and prevention moved [...]

Belizean, Guatemalan diplomats meet at OAS

Talks between Belize and Guatemala have entered their second day at OAS headquarters in Washington. The low-key meetings, scheduled to conclude today, are supposed to assess the extent of compliance [...]

Sawmill burns near Belmopan

A familiar landmark on the Western Highway has been destroyed by fire. The sawmill, which has operated for a number of years at mile forty-six on the outskirts of Belmopan, [...]

10 injured as runaway truck wipes out border post

More details have emerged on a bizarre traffic accident at the Western Border, which resulted in ten injuries and the destruction of a building. It seems that around 4:00 Tuesday [...]

Bz. policeman detained, released by Guatemalans

In late news from that same location on the border, reports reaching News 5 indicate that around 5:00 this evening a Belizean policeman in the no man’s land between Belize [...]

S.J.C. student 9th karaoke winner

The competition went down to the wire and when the judges finally spoke, the ninth weekly winner in Channel 5′s Karaoke TV was chosen. Here’s how it went. Williams Neal, [...]

H.R.C.U. holds annual meeting tonight

Holy Redeemer Credit Union members who have saved regularly, borrowed wisely, and paid back promptly, stand to benefit from some surprises at tonight’s general meeting. President of H.R.C.U., Karl H. [...]

Three city schools receive new computers

The Social Investment Fund has donated eight Pentium Three computers and accessories worth twenty-four thousand dollars to three Belize City schools as part of its Hurricane Repair and Rehabilitation Programme. [...]

Officials battle medfly in Placencia

It may not have the headline appeal of mad cow or foot and mouth disease, but a tiny insect has the potential to wreak just as much havoc on Belizean [...]