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Doctors say K.H.M.H. board responsible for price gouging

The Belize Medical and Dental Union has remained quiet in the past days in light of negotiations taking place with the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital Board over allegations of corruption [...]

K.H.M.H. audit reveals details of overpricing

The preliminary audit into allegations of corruption at the K.H.M.H. has been released and it primarily confirms the allegations made by doctors of glaring inconsistencies in the prices of medical [...]

Elijah Miller charged with Murder of step son

There’s more to the story of the death of two year old Ezekiel Tejeda of Orange Walk Town. A post mortem examination has concluded that the child died as a [...]

Orange Walk resident loses life in accident

Also in Orange Walk Town, it was the usual drive home for a mother and her two sons who were headed to Indian Church Village. But tragedy struck the family [...]

Importer denied permit for Naturas juices

For almost six years, Triple A Imports has been the local distributor for Nectares Naturas from neighboring Guatemala. But all that has changed and the company is being denied the [...]

Chamber of Commerce to review licensing system

News Five got a reaction from the Chamber of Commerce and according to C.E.O. Celene Cleland-Gomez, their focus is not only on Carrillo’s case, but on issues with the licensing [...]

Queen Square market to be temporarily relocated

The Queen’s Square market in the city is the place where most people pick up their weekly supply of fresh meats, fruits and vegetables. And the Saturday morning bustle on [...]

Park security guard charged with Attempted Murder

And in news from the courts, the Belize City Council officially opened a restroom in the Battlefield Park last Thursday, but it was a little too late for Duane Staine. [...]

Belize recalls ambassador to Honduras

In news from the region, there were more demonstrations today in neighbouring Honduras following the coup de etat that removed President Jose Manuel Zelaya from office. Zelaya is vowing to [...]

Minister says land does not belong to Hand in Hand

But back on the domestic front, Land is an important but scare commodity in the Jewel. The growth of Belize City has left few areas available for housing, development or [...]

City Council sporting summer camp for kids

With school out and children free to roam, summer camps are popping up everywhere. The Belize City Council is hosting its fourth annual summer sports camp at the Yarborough Green. [...]

NEMO starts hurricane season awareness campaign

It is one month into the hurricane season and the Belize City branch of the National Emergency Management Organization is preparing residents for any eventuality. CEMO is delivering Hurricane Preparedness [...]

Musical ensemble strikes the right cord

If you’re in the mood for live entertainment, then you can head to the Bliss Institute of the Performing Arts for a live concert this coming weekend. The Belize School [...]

Lobsters of all flavours on Caye Caulker

It’s a way of life for many, a booming industry in the cayes and a good source for foreign exchange. Over the past weekend lobster was the main dish in [...]