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Unions say G.O.B. response inadequate; will announce plans Wed.

The growing dispute between labour and management over the firing of four B.T.L. employees is heading for a showdown. “Our demands were not met,” says a release from the National [...]

Stabbing victim revived after 20 minutes “dead”

A Placencia girl is lucky to be alive after a shocking attack on the peninsula last night. According to police, around nine on Monday night sixteen year old Haidy Nunez [...]

Woman shot; third time family targeted

It seems like not a week goes by that a gunshot victim doesn’t tell police that he doesn’t know why someone would shoot him. For one Belize City family, that [...]

Robber caught fleeing crime scene

One of two men who robbed a King’s Park shop has been arrested leaving the scene of the crime. Twenty-two year old Jion Bernard, a resident of Lovely Lane, has [...]

Was shooting victim robber’s accomplice?

Two men attending a wake in Belize City on Sunday night were wounded when a lone gunman used the event to retaliate against his enemies. Sources indicate to News Five [...]

Cops collar Ladyville burglary suspect

A suspect accused of stealing a taxi man’s possessions in Ladyville has been arrested and charged. According to the victim, David McKenzie, when he pulled up to his Dawn Road [...]

Nigerian volunteers take up positions in health, nat. resources

On Saturday, twenty-nine Nigerian professionals were hosted at the Princess Hotel for an orientation session prior to taking up positions in Belize’s healthcare system and the Ministry of Natural Resources. [...]

Ruta Maya kicks off tenth anniversary Friday

I don’t know where the time has gone, but when the starting gun goes off Friday morning in San Ignacio, it will mark the tenth anniversary of La Ruta Maya [...]

N. Front Street vendors have new sidewalk

Sometimes in life, it’s the little things that count. For Belize City’s cruise tourism industry one of those little things today got a whole lot better. Jacqueline Godwin, Reporting Where [...]

Gabb defends accomplishments at D.F.C.

Throughout much of his more than five hours of testimony yesterday, Troy Gabb, former Chief Executive Officer of the Development Finance Corporation, failed to recollect the information asked of him [...]