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Fonseca says Godfrey guarantees not valid

On Thursday’s newscast, the Prime Minister was questioned about reports that multi-million dollar guarantees had been used to back at least three Glenn Godfrey companies, but the P.M.’s only reply [...]

Lizarraga letter defends P.M. and U.H.S. decisions…

In more news about other multi-million dollar guarantees, a significant part of the controversy surrounding the Universal Health Services debt has been the question of just how all that money [...]

…but U.D.P. still plan to block loan in House

And while the Lizarraga letter has added a new dimension to the discourse about the U.H.S. debt, tonight the United Democratic Party is undeterred in its self-imposed mandate to block [...]

Cyclist is latest shooting victim

A Belize City man is at home recovering from gunshot wounds tonight following a shooting incident on Thursday. Forty-four year old McKoy Daniels has reported to police that around eight [...]

Businessman offers reward for missing gun

And while cops try to solve that crime, there is one more gun on the streets of Belize tonight as a businessman has reported his weapon missing. The unnamed owner [...]

Convicted killer sentenced to 12 years in prison

A man convicted of manslaughter last week has been sentenced to twelve years behind bars. This afternoon sixty-three year old Francisco Orellano appeared before Justice Troadio Gonzalez to learn his [...]

No decision yet in contempt charge against B.T.L.

Today was a busy day for Justice John Muria as he presided over two separate but related cases in the legal clash between union leader Christine Perriott and Belize Telecommunications [...]

Cayo artist exhibits at Belize City House of Culture

It was billed as a Mother’s Day exhibit and even though News Five’s Jacqueline Godwin had a hard time making a connection between the artwork and mothers, she still walked [...]

Officials call Red Cross Week a success

Today marked the closing of one week of activities held to observe the services of the Belize Red Cross. Over the past five days, volunteers from across the country participated [...]

Military men show softer side in music

Our coverage thus far of the annual Tradewinds exercise has focussed on things like crowd control, hand to hand combat, and emergencies at sea. But tonight, the military men show [...]

Female Cross Country set for Sunday

While many Belizean mothers will be relaxing on Sunday, others will be busting a sweat in the eighteenth edition of the Female Cross Country. News Five’s James Adderley reports. James [...]