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BTIA: Carnival contract is “Rape of patrimony"

They represent more than four hundred tour guides, tour operators, and hoteliers and today, the Belize Tourism Industry Association is not happy. After taking a good look at the contract [...]

Butane prices increase by $5

Just two months after a price hike, the cost of butane has gone up again, by five dollars. According to the Ministry of Fisheries, Cooperatives, Commerce and Industry, the new [...]

BEL applies to PUC for tariff adjustments

And if Belize Electricity Limited has its way, pretty soon, Belizean consumers will also be paying more for power. In a press release issued by the electricity company today, BEL [...]

Police seek 2 in separate forgery cases

Police are tonight looking for two men involved in separate incidents of forgery. According to authorities, for an unspecified period of time, checks in the name of Allan Lucario, valued [...]

Bz. City woman shot; target or bystander?

Tonight a twenty-one year old Belize City woman is hospitalised after she was shot in front of her home. Kareema Robinson told News 5 that around eleven thirty last night, [...]

Min. of Human Dev. holds education forum

Their motto is: “Helping People to Help Themselves” but in an effort to introduce the services being offered by the Ministry of Human Development, and make the process easier, the [...]

KHMH receives $100,000 donation in equipment

They have relied heavily on the generosity of friends to get state of the art medical equipment, and this week, the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital is once again the recipient [...]

BAHA: strict on all animal import

For the young and the young at heart, seeing an African elephant, an Asian tiger or even a Peruvian llama in real life is a source of great excitement. But [...]

Expert: mental patients need support & medicine

In the eyes of many, all the men and women who aimlessly wander the streets of Belize can easily be dismissed as “crazy”, “crack heads” or “drunkards”. But passing judgment [...]