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Citco makes peace with disgruntled managers

The notice of mass resignation of six senior managers threatened to send the Belize City Council into a tail spin, but after a series of closed door meetings, tonight it [...]

Fire Service admits being late to Prince St. blaze

Today the victims of a dramatic and destructive fire that occurred in the Albert division on Thursday afternoon are embarking on the painful journey of rebuilding their lives. And while [...]

Accident victim will need surgery to repair leg

While the National Fire Service continues to take heat for its delayed response to the Prince Street blaze, tonight the department also has to fend off flak for a traffic [...]

Tourist accuses D.J. of rape

A Belize City hotelier and D.J. has been arrested and charged with rape following the report of a female tourist. According to the eighteen year old American, on Tuesday night [...]

D.F.C. co-chair to file separate report

It’s been out of the headlines for months, but tonight the Commission of Inquiry investigating the financial affairs of the Development Finance Corporation is back in the spotlight as the [...]

Fishing co-op sues boardwalk developer

The proposed boardwalk along the northern bank of the Haulover Creek has created its fair share of legal controversy. Tonight News Five’s Janelle Chanona reports on the latest case against [...]

Heart patient appeals to public for assistance

Tonight a retired school teacher is asking for the public’s assistance. According to forty six year old Carla Slusher, in 2005 she was forced to quit her twenty-seven year career [...]

Caribbean choir to tour Belize in fundraising drive

Two weeks ago Belizeans were introduced to the Bahamas National Children’s Choir … and now local audiences will be treated to the vocal talents of Trinidad and Tobago’s Suite Chorale. [...]

Kids build computers in summer camp

Summer camps are in full swing across the country … many are athletic, some are artistic, and others are academic. But as News Five’s Janelle Chanona reports, one highly technical [...]