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Three Belizean resorts voted tops in region

If anyone thought that Belize’s steady growth as a top tier tourism destination was beginning to level off, they better think again. The results of one of the world’s most [...]

Agreement reached on new western border fees

After much negotiation, government officials and the business community have come to agreement over new fees to be implemented at the Western border. Overnight parking has now been set at [...]

15 students awarded medical scholarships in Cuba

The government of Cuba has awarded fifteen scholarships to Belizeans to study medicine in that country. The students were selected from thirty applicants by officials of the Ministry of Education, [...]

Rescue efforts preparing for grim realities

There is little new to report in the case of the six fishermen still missing at sea, and as News Five’s Janelle Chanona reports, the cold reality is we may [...]

Employee wounded in robbery of Ladyville shop

Earlier this week in reporting on the double murder of Said and Daniel Sewell in Ladyville we referred to that village as a quiet sort of place. Actually the record [...]

Two wounded in city shooting remain silent

Two men are lucky to be alive tonight after they were shot as they stood at the corner of Victoria Street and New Road in Belize City. Police say Michael [...]

U.S. Army fugitive sent back to States

Another U.S fugitive has been sent back to Uncle Sam, this time as part of that country’s system of military justice. Thirty-seven year old Matthew Anderson, working in Belize as [...]

Accused robber charged and remanded

In court news, eighteen year old Malcolm Wagner, believed by the police to be one of two men who stole a thousand dollars from a driver and delivery man for [...]

Gunman pleads guilty, will do 5 years in prison

Twenty-five year old Kenneth Daniels, an unemployed of West Street, was fined twenty-one thousand one hundred dollars today in Magistrate’s Court after he pled guilty to charges of Keeping a [...]

Energy experts will gather in Belize next week

Next week more than one hundred and fifty government, non-governmental, and private sector representatives from across Central America will meet in Belize for the tenth regional forum on renewable energy. [...]

Tubal Training Institute receives musical gear

It wasn’t a major donation, but this morning Governor General Sir Colville Young officially presented a guitar and ten recorders to the students of the Tubal Training and Vocational Institute. [...]

Queen Street beats out for 19th

This evening two groups mixed business with pleasure for the public’s benefit. For the third consecutive year the Angelus Press teamed up with the National Garifuna Council Belize City branch [...]

New B.D.F. recruits finish training

It’s not a profession that everyone finds attractive, but as pay and benefits improve and opportunities for training increase, the Belize Defence Force is becoming a viable career choice for [...]