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Businessman takes G.O.B. to court on constitutional amendments

Public consultations on the proposed amendments to the Belize Constitution are taking place as required, but there are already signs that Government is facing a tough time in gaining public [...]

F.C.I.B. facing charges for suspicious financial transactions

In news from the Magistrate Court, News Five has been reliably informed that First Caribbean International Bank was on Friday charged with one hundred and thirteen counts of failing to [...]

Telemedia and Telecom battle it out in court

The legal tangles involving Belize Telemedia continued in court this morning. Today’s case involved an application brought by Belize Telemedia that seeks to wind-up Belize Telecom and collect payment of [...]

Abusive police officer removed from the force

It’s still early in the celebration of Police week, and the top brass of the force are not wasting opportunity to clean up the image of the force often battered [...]

Cayo residents robbed of over eight thousand dollars

In news from the police, a Cayo resident, who along with this family spent a week in San Pedro, returned to their home in San Ignacio to find that it [...]

Charges of obstruction against U.D.P. supporters dropped

The event received much publicity at the time because of the charged political climate, but today in Magistrates’ Court a charge of obstruction was dismissed against U.D.P. activist Goldburn “Easy [...]

Forum discusses getting women into leadership positions

Gender discrimination and marginalisation due to cultural and traditional practices are only two of the reasons why there is a distinct lack of women in leadership roles in countries across [...]

P.U.P. calls for action against crime

The Opposition, Peoples’ United Party has reacted to the alarming number of murders in recent days in the west of the country. The P.U.P. is calling on the U.D.P. government [...]

Belizean centenarian celebrates in style

Isabel Garbutt is in a class of her own, she has gained wisdom and experience that can only come with good living. Today this centenarian celebrates her hundred and third [...]

Audubon holds environmental summer camps

There is no shortage of activities to occupy children during the summer months and so organizations have had to get creative in order to capture children’s imagination. One organisation has [...]

Duets takes the stage on Channel Five

It begins tonight on Channel Five, it is Duets, a new show that will have you singing, dancing and rocking. Jose Sanchez tells you more about it. Jose Sanchez, Reporting [...]