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House swears in newest member

It was a day of old and new on Independence Hill as the House of Representatives today finished up some pending business and welcomed a new member. News 5′s Patrick [...]

Opposition questions keep ministers on toes

While the passage of legislation through the House today was as exciting as watching the water drop from the building’s leaking roof, members of the opposition used the questions to [...]

Man arrested for abetting Georgeville murder

They may still be looking for the killer, but Cayo police today announced the arrest of a man for abetment in an independence eve murder. Fifty-five year old Armino Figueroa [...]

Two charged for rapes in Independence

Police in the village of Independence continue to focus on the sexual exploitation of children, with two new arrests in a single day. On Thursday morning twenty-six year old Kevin [...]

Meeting next week will focus on Atlantic coast

With Belize holding the six-month rotating presidency of the Central American Integration system, SICA, there has been no shortage of high-level meetings taking place here. But one gathering that starts [...]

Exhibit displays C.X.C. projects

On yesterday’s newscast we chronicled the impressive performance of Belizean high school graduates in the C.X.C. exams. And for those students yet to take the tests, an exhibit on the [...]

M.O.W. receives road maintenance equipment

The rains that have inundated Belize over the last few weeks have taken their toll on the nation’s streets and roads. It is just in time, then, that we note [...]

Solidarity march ends AIDS Week

Despite numerous and costly AIDS awareness campaigns statistics show that the public still may not be getting the message. That’s the fear of the National AIDS Commission’s Executive Director, Martha [...]