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D.F.C. walkout protests Cabinet loan write-offs

Across the country today, employees of the Development Finance Corporation staged a walk out as part of a union sanctioned move against the Government owned lending institution. According to the [...]

P.M. says D.F.C. not harmed by Cabinet decision

From his office in Belmopan today, Prime Minister Said Musa responded to the union’s allegations that Government has not kept its part of the bargain when it comes to keeping [...]

Musa will respond to Senate report soon

Just back from a regional summit in Panama, Prime Minister Musa also addressed the issue of the report of the Senate Select Committee on Social Security. Said Musa, Prime Minister [...]

Toledo fisherman missing at sea

Earlier this week we ran a story on meetings being held to establish new protocols for the nation’s search and rescue activities. Tonight we need them more than ever, as [...]

Charges dropped against accused murderer

An accused murderer is tonight a free man for lack of evidence against him. According to court reports, this morning, following instructions from the office of the Director of Public [...]

Suspect charged in Ladyville jewellery heist

Magistrate Gabb also heard the case of a man accused of stealing almost twenty-five thousand dollars worth of household items. Thirty-one year old Dennis Quilter is charged with burglary, attempted [...]

Bike thief shot by victim, gets 5 yrs. in jail

A Belize City burglar picked the wrong house to teef … and now he’s got five years to think about it. Twenty-three year old Sheldon Lewis was this afternoon found [...]

No winner, Lotto jackpot climbs

Don’t bother to check those Lotto tickets you left in your pocket last night because there was no winner. Consequently the jackpot for Saturday’s draw increases to a record one [...]

Belize delegation departs for C.A. & Carib. Games

It’s a long way to go but twelve Belizean athletes and several officials departed the country this afternoon en route to Cartagena, Colombia for the twentieth Central American and Caribbean [...]

Teachers spend school holidays working on art

Recently we’ve been devoting a lot of airtime to show viewers the multitude of activities being organised for children during the summer. Today, however, News Five’s Alyssa Noble visited St. [...]

Belama resident feels like Noah

Heavy rains are not unwelcome in the television news business as the resulting flooding is usually good for at least one visually rich story. This week’s adverse weather is no [...]