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Caribbean plots strategy on AIDS

We usually lead this newscast with shocking stories of crime, important decisions of government, or plain old political gossip. But ten years from now when we look back at the [...]

Man stabbed to death by woman

A Belize City man is dead, stabbed during a fight between two women. According to police reports, thirty-four year old Mark Peters of Neal Pen Road was walking near the [...]

Hit and run driver charged

In other crime news, the driver of a vehicle that killed a pedestrian on the Western Highway has been arrested and charged. Thirty-four year old Honduran Jose Monterosso has been [...]

Companies given concessions for cruise tenders

It was one of those typically Belizean controversies that provided hot copy for a week or so and then seemed to simply vanish into thin air. What I’m talking about [...]

Hotel Association has new home

The Belize Hotel Association is out of the closet. Hey, they said it…not us. It seems the B.H.A. has been bouncing from holes in the wall to borrowed space and [...]

Minister: Bz. can balance cruise & o’night tourism

But as the Belize Hotel Association gets its residential act together, they’ve still got an old beef with cruise tourism, particularly as two big deals are in the works that [...]

U.S. doctors help K.H.M.H. emergency room

According to health authorities, everyday the emergency room at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital sees an average of seventy patients… and that number gets bigger on the weekends and holidays. [...]

Love FM and Co. moves to new home

It’s a media house that dominates the radio dial with no less than three stations aiming for nationwide dominance. And as of today all the broadcasting entities under the direction [...]

Seniors parade their patriotism

There was a parade today in Belize City–not terribly unusual during the patriotic season–but this morning’s revellers brought experience as well as enthusiasm to the streets of the old capital. [...]

Ode to Independence performs tonight

It’s not as familiar as the latest dance hall tune, but that doesn’t mean the music described in our next story does not have an impact. News 5′s Patrick Jones [...]