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Said Musa freed of Theft charges

Soon after the change of government in February 2008, the Barrow administration vowed that it would jail former leaders of the Musa administration for alleged corruption. One of the issues [...]

Sanford Children’s Clinic to open in Belize

There is big news in medical circles tonight and that is because the prestigious South Dakota based Sanford World Clinics is planning to open its first international children’s clinic and [...]

Govt tries to take over Commerce Bight… but fails

There’s a development in the case of the Commerce Bight Port in southern Belize, which is controlled by businessman Luke Espat. Late information to News Five is that three government [...]

Glendy Chi’s horrific tale of stillborn baby at hospital

Two babies died in the south and the Mayan community protested the tragic events in Punta Gorda last Wednesday. Their cries were of negligence and the decay of the public [...]

Cyclist knocked down and killed on Northern Highway

A young man met his untimely death as he headed home Sunday night. The eighteen year old was hit by a Pickup truck on the Northern Highway and died instantly. [...]

Garbage blocks drains on Central American boulevard

Residents of the Port Loyola area are irate over uncollected garbage which has blocked the drain in their immediate area. The refuse in the drain on Central American Boulevard does [...]

New cases of Influenza A H1N1 in Neighbouring countries

Turning to the Influenza A H1N1, Mexican authorities say that there has been an increase in cases of the virus in neighboring Chetumal, Quintana Roo. And while that may be [...]

Fuel prices jump sixty-five cents higher

If you are heading to the pumps, you will pay an average of sixty-five cents more for fuel. The prices have been steadily rising and tonight, the gallon of regular [...]

Salesman tries to board flight with over half a million in cash

A travelling salesman from the island of Curacao was nabbed as he was about to leave Belize on an American Airline flight. He reportedly had on him close to three [...]

License database exploited in money laundering scheme

The FIU is also investigating a case of identity theft in which the personal information of hundreds of persons was stolen. The scam which was recently uncovered, allegedly involved accessing [...]

Mild earthquake tremors felt in parts of Belize

It was not as strong as the seven point one earthquake on May twenty-eighth, but another tremor shook parts of Belize early this morning. It measured five point seven on [...]

P.U.P. makes nominations to Integrity Commission

The People’s United Party has made two nominations to the Integrity Commission. A P.U.P. release states that Leader of the Opposition, John Briceño, in accordance with the Prevention of Corruption [...]

Joshua Teck recovers from esophagus surgery

It’s a story that has a happy ending for a toddler who was born with an incomplete esophagus. Back in March we reported that Joshua Teck was in desperate need [...]

Guardian/Housing Dept. eliminated from Inter-Office semi-finals

Good evening, I’m James Adderley welcoming you to this portion of Sports Monday. Round ten of the B.P.F.L. Football Tournament took us West yesterday to the Norman Broaster Stadium where [...]