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Minister of Works comments on possible Cabinet reshuffle

In the next few days it will be two years since the U.D.P. government took office and it is becoming patently clear that Prime Minister Dean Barrow is heading to [...]

Stolen Ministry of Works grader presumed to be in Guatemala

An extensive search is underway for a government owned 2000 12-H grader that was stolen from the Ministry of Works just after midday on Wednesday. The operator, Dwayne Arthurs, was [...]

B.E.L. and P.U.C. square off in court over un-submitted FTRPs

The rapport between the nation’s local electricity supplier and the regulatory body has been less than amicable and it got really ugly about a year ago when the two ended [...]

Shian White sentencing deferred to next Friday

Shian White, the mother who was found guilty of beating her two year old to death, was brought before Justice Adolph Lucas. But she is back in prison tonight and [...]

3 charged for attacking St. Martin’s school teacher

There was an all out brawl at St. Martin De Porres Primary school on Tuesday after a teacher disciplined a student and his infuriated parents showed up to return the [...]

Caye cop pulled off the job for sexually assaulting 14 year old tourist

In the San Pedro Magistrates’ Court, a police officer attached to the Caye Caulker Tourist Police Unit was interdicted after he was criminally charged for the indecent assault of a [...]

BNE willing to renegotiate production sharing agreement

In Wednesday night’s newscast you heard the Chief Executive Officer of Belize Natural Energy Limited, Dr. Gilbert Canton, presenting figures that his company claims represent government’s total royalties collected up [...]

Crude refinement and new waste management efforts in oil industry

Still on the oil industry, Petroleum Director, Andre Cho, told News Five earlier this week that there are other developments in respect of petroleum. According to Cho, a BNE affiliated [...]

Works on the Northern Highway halt until barriers are installed

The upgrading of the Northern Highway between miles five and the airport cutoff has practically come to a standstill. It’s an area that has turned deadly for traffic.  A section [...]

BATSUB and Port of Belize discuss unloading of British vessel

On Wednesday night we reported that the Port of Belize and the Port Authority were at odds.  That’s because the Port Authority allowed the unloading of a cargo ship at [...]

Belize observes World Cancer Day 2010

It is the cause of more than twelve percent of deaths in Belize each year and around the globe, the annual death toll is in the millions. The killer is [...]

EU scholarships opening doors with the educational key to success

It is said that education is the key to success and this week, the University of Belize is cementing that idea by creating new opportunities for its students to tap [...]

“Devilish” play for adults at the Bliss this weekend

If you could make a deal with the devil to have your will done, what would you do? That is a question that triggers rampant ideas and possibilities and it [...]

Healthy Living: The pains of wisdom teeth and their removal

This week’s edition of Healthy Living looks at the wisdom teeth. It appears anytime past the age of fifteen and how it positions itself in your mouth, can make the [...]