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Musa admits mistakes, focuses on recovery

We began tonight’s newscast–like we have on many nights over the last few months–on the subject of finance. A number of factors have combined to mark today as what may [...]

Cent. Bank ups reserve ratio; money tight

While the prime minister was sounding the alarm of tighter fiscal policy, the Central Bank was at the same time slamming on the monetary breaks. To the average Belizean, news [...]

Bankrupt D.F.C. to be liquidated

They say that bad news comes in threes and the last leg of today’s trifecta involves the Development Finance Corporation. A terse paragraph forming part of the regular cabinet press [...]

Tourist drowns at Southwater Caye

An American tourist on an outing to Southwater Caye, died on Tuesday morning, but police do not believe that foul play was involved. According to Sandra Jacobs, she and her [...]

3 charged in forgery of Minster’s cheques

Three people from the Belmopan area have been arrested on charges of forgery, following a report by Minister of Cooperatives and Fisheries Mike Espat. According to Espat, sometime between September [...]

Salesman robbed in Yabra

A salesman for Cayo Tropical Fruits was the victim of an armed robbery in Belize City around midday on Tuesday. Police reports say Hector Cob was making a delivery to [...]

Clinic to be held for two children?s diseases

It is estimated that as many as sixty children in Belize are living with spina bifida, a health condition that severely affects mobility and other bodily functions. How these patients [...]

Y.F.F. opens new H.I.V. counselling centre

This evening, Youth For the Future officially opened a drop in centre where young persons can be counselled for HIV and AIDS. The service, situated in the lower flat of [...]

B.T.I.A. seeks judicial review of cruise contract

While the controversy over the proposed Carnival Cruise Port dominates the public discourse, a look at Belize City Harbour today confirmed that–whether you like it or not–the cruise industry remains [...]

Crowded harbour signals start of cruise season

While the controversy over the proposed Carnival Cruise Port dominates the public discourse, a look at Belize City Harbour today confirmed that–whether you like it or not–the cruise industry remains [...]

Stevedores picket P.M.’s office

And while things were going fine at the Tourism Village, activities involving a different port of entry were still in a state of flux. News 5′s Patrick Jones has the [...]