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Body found in Belize River needs identification

Police say all they have to go on are tattoos to identify a body found floating face down in the Belize River. The discovery was made in an area near [...]

U.D.P. lambastes government over debt, S.S.B.

With the People’s United Party well on the road to mass suicide the opposition U.D.P. needs to do little more than occasionally stir the pitcher of Kool-Aid. And that’s what [...]

U.B. students protest higher fees

In reaction to a sharp increase in school fees, today students from the University of Belize held a press conference in Belize City to launch a plan of action against [...]

Narda says she?ll sue over dismissal

After weeks of declining requests for interviews, former Social Security C.E.O. Narda Garcia has finally made a public statement … albeit in the form of an email. In her three [...]

Cable company believes robbery is an inside job

A Belize City cable company has been touched for seven thousand dollars … but the jacking may not be all that it seems. A spokesperson for Baymen Cable told News [...]

Seine Bight Health Centre burgled for computer

People residing in the Stann Creek District are being asked to be careful not to buy stolen goods. In this case, a fully equipped computer system, that was taken from [...]

M & M Boutique robbery suspect arrested

One down and two to go as one of the suspects believed to be responsible for the hold-up of M and M’s Boutique on Euphrates Avenue has been arrested. Twenty [...]

Partners of the Americas will hold convention in Bz.

Partners of the Americas is a network of volunteer organizations in the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean. For forty years Belize has partnered with the U.S. State of [...]

Strategy seeks to diversify exports

There was a time not that long ago when Belizean exports could be summed up in one word: sugar. But while today’s economy is far more diversified, as News Five’s [...]

Rachael returns with new paintings

For the last decade or so she’s lived on the idyllic island of Tobago … but rather than lament Rachel Heusner’s departure we prefer to treasure her regular visits back [...]