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Income tax on petroleum set at 40%

It’s been a sticky point between Belmopan and Belize Natural Energy but tonight the law of the land is that income tax on petroleum products is forty percent of gross [...]

Opposition claims Bzean nationality still on sale

But while the petroleum bill passed without contention, during the sitting of the House, Leader of the Opposition Dean Barrow presented what he claims is proof that Belizean nationality is [...]

Ralph Fonseca will run in 2008 elections

And while Minister Fonseca was on the offensive on immigration matters, when it came to the question of his future in Belizean politics, the area representative was upbeat. Alyssa Noble, [...]

Cayo cops bust 4 for 15 lbs. of crack cocaine

Tonight four people are charged with drug trafficking following a major bust in the Cayo District. San Ignacio police say on Thursday they found seven kilos of crack cocaine buried [...]

Santa Elena woman caught w/ fake U.S. money

In other news from the west, a Santa Elena woman has been arrested and charged after she was found with a stack of funny money. According to police, forty-one year [...]

P.G.I.A. employee steals Rotary heart machines

For more than three decades, the Gift of Life programme of the Rotary Club has been helping children with heart problems get much needed medical treatment abroad. But due to [...]

Differently abled Bzeans get new wheels

While some members of the Rotary Club were trying to cope with bad luck, others were giving differently-abled Belizeans a sense of independence. News Five’s Kendra Griffith has more. Kendra [...]

Made in the U.S.A. exhibition opens at Princess

Trade shows like BelPro Connex and Expo Belize highlights local products on the market but this weekend, Belizeans will get a chance to see what’s new on shelves in the [...]

Ms. Ladyville pageant scheduled for Saturday

With over three thousand residents, Ladyville can rightfully lay claim to the nation’s largest village. And when you have the title of “laage” in Belize you just have to have [...]