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Telemedia ordered to pay business taxes

After weeks of battle, today the Government scored a major victory against Belize Telemedia Limited when the Revenue Court ordered the company to pay business taxes for the months of [...]

Woman found dead in a well in Sandhill …

For weeks the nation held its collective breath as the number of murders appeared to have subsided. The peace was shattered last week with the murder of Emigdio Gomez off [...]

… While another dies in a traffic accident

A woman who had hoped to travel to the United States will not be making that trip after she lost her life this morning as a result of a head [...]

3 persons charged in discovery of explosives

In an update to last night’s story on the sensational discovery of explosives at a house at the corner of Plues and Berkley Streets, two men and a woman appeared [...]

Robber sentenced to five years

In other court news, an eighteen year old was today found guilty of three counts of Robbery and sentenced to five years for each count. Edwin Bardalez, however, will only [...]

A new D.P.P. is named

The Senate met today to consider a new judicial appointment and examine the Freedom of Information Amendment Bill. News five’s Ann-Marie Williams attended the meeting in the nation’s capital. Ann-Marie [...]

Caribbean Court of Justice wraps up Belize conference

On Monday, approximately one hundred and seventy-five members of the legal and business community attended a conference on the Caribbean Court of Justice. The event is part of an ongoing [...]

Students urged to attend educational summer camp

Every year students across the country look forward to the two-month summer holiday so they can kickback, relax and take part in some fun activities. But for the fifth time, [...]

4H celebrates 50 years in Belize

For fifty years the organisation known as 4H has been equipping at-risk Belizean youths with skills in agriculture, food processing, building technology, and most recently tourism development. And while countrywide [...]