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Youth for the Future marks first birthday

With its headquarters spread along a once controversial piece of real estate surrounding the opposition party’s headquarters, it’s difficult for Youth for the Future to do anything quietly. But quiet [...]

Bz-Guat business groups join forces

The pledge was made back in September that the government of British Prime Minister Tony Blair would fund a project for businesspeople in Guatemala and Belize to explore opportunities in [...]

Gurkhas go on trial next month

And still on the subject of the United Kingdom, today that country’s resident representative in Belize confirmed that a group of Gurkhas soldiers will go on trial in Belize for [...]

New charge against accused U.S. child molester

They say when it rains, it pours. But for U.S. national Dennis Bruce, the weather outside his prison cell in Punta Gorda is the least of his worries, as a [...]

A.G. says police must focus limited resources

Although the Belize Police Department is organised as a national force, the nation’s municipalities are increasingly working with local police detachments in an effort to improve law enforcement efforts. Last [...]

Belize boasts most manatees, but must take care

There is both good and bad news coming out of the Coastal Zone Management Authority and Institute tonight. The good is that with an estimated population of nine hundred, Belize [...]

Veteran Punta artists release new CD

Punta Rock is still the most identifiably Belizean musical genre, and its proponents continue to pump out the high-energy beats. Today a familiar Punta Rocker dropped by our studios to [...]

“Old Benque” exhibit opens in city

History exists in places other than books. In fact, as News 5′s Jacqueline Woods discovered this morning, it’s on display in the most ordinary of places. Jacqueline Woods, Reporting All [...]