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Belize CitCo to rewrite sanitation contracts

The contract controversy between the Belize City Council and its sanitation crews dominated the headlines earlier this month after the municipality failed to meet its financial obligations to the three [...]

Two detained for A.T.M. abduction/robbery

Two men are in police custody tonight in connection with last weekend’s brazen armed hold-up at a Belmopan A.T.M. According to police, the men are cousins but one lives in [...]

Newspaper messenger charged w/ theft

Sessions in the new Belize City Magistrate Court opened without fanfare this morning and for Chief Magistrate Herbert Lord, it was business as usual. One of the first cases on [...]

Dir. of Immigration: P.R. cards process was not illegal

Following allegations by Opposition Leader Dean Barrow that permanent residency cards were being sold, today Director of Immigration Carmen Zetina says he did nothing illegal. In a telephone interview this [...]

2 claim F.F.B. presidency in election controversy

Following a fatal traffic accident on the Western Highway on Monday, tonight we understand that Doctor Miguel Rosado is listed as critical but stable. News Five understands that Rosado is [...]

P.U.C. to award $5,000 to logo designer

Right about now more than a few parents, myself included, are having to get creative to meet back to school expenses. But if you’ve got a little bit of an [...]

Christian Garifuna reggaeton is latest CD release

By any account making it big in the local music industry is tough but that hasn’t stopped aspiring musicians from across the country to try their luck. The latest attempt [...]

NAVCO breaks ground for new headquarters

The National Association of Village Councils got a major boost to its resources today following official ground breaking ceremonies in Belmopan. According to a government press release, this morning Minister [...]

National Policy on HIV officially launched

After years of country wide consultations, local officials have drafted Belize’s first National Policy on HIV and AIDS. And as I found out today, that document will play a crucial [...]

“Crocodile fishing” is newest tourist attraction

As a community, San Pedro has led Belize’s tourism boom but tonight we feature the story of a group of young men who have combined crocodiles, chicken and a little [...]