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Caribbean Court of Justice stops government from selling B.T.L. shares

The litigation war over Telemedia continued by videoconference before the CCJ, today. Despite the objections of the attorneys for the government, Lois Young SC and Solicitor General Cheryl Krusen, the [...]

Previews of how Court may view constitutional amendments

Today’s special leave of the Caribbean Court of Justice also brought several important factors that will guide the battle for Telemedia ownership.  The Boyce and BCB attorneys successfully argued their [...]

Belize Land Owners Association rejects 9th Amendment

On the heels of several organizations who have publicly expressed their opinions, the Belize Landowners Association Limited (BLAL) has announced its opposition to the proposed ninth amendment of the constitution, [...]

Cane Farmers Association sets leaders to seek B.S.I. shares

The deadline for the financially embattled Belize Sugar Industries Ltd. to meet its debt obligations to ING and First Caribbean International Bank is inching closer.  The cash-strapped company is in [...]

Police looking for suspects that shot guards at Atlantic Bank

Tonight Ladyville police remain on the hunt for three men who attempted to rob the village’s branch of Atlantic Bank on Monday afternoon.  The incident which resulted in two security [...]

2 more persons shot on Belize City Streets

On Monday night we told you about a number of shootings that occurred over the weekend. The shooting spree continued up to mid-day today leaving two people hospitalized. The first [...]

Details of recent violence in the South’s Jalacte

The border community of Jalacte, located in a remote corner of the Toledo District, has been featured on several occasions during our nightly newscasts over the past month.  The latest [...]

Conservation Group and Mayas want illegal logging to be controlled

The Ya’axché Conservation Trust weighed in on the illegal Rosewood extraction that is rampant in Toledo villages on Open Your Eyes. Cristina Coc of the Maya Leaders Alliance was also [...]

Tour Operator/Radio DJ passes away after accident

Marvin Deras, thirty-seven year old radio DJ and Eco-tours operator, is dead after an accident that happened over a week ago. On Saturday August seventh, sometime around three in the [...]

Caribbean Broadcasting Union AGM sights La Isla Bonita

The forty-second Annual General Assembly of the Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU), of which Channel Five is a member, is set to commence at the Coco Beach Resort in San Pedro [...]

Berne burns plenty copies of his new CD

And while the media moguls mingle on San Pedro, one local all around entertainer who is a regular in media circles is releasing his latest project to the press. Berne [...]

Scholarships awarded to deserving students

Two young students were awarded full scholarship after meeting the Rotary Club of Belize Sunrise Criteria. Today, Mark Laredo Junior and Curt Nunez were each presented with a four year [...]

Tickets sold out for Channel 5’s $10,000 Duets

KTV Duets is back for another round of performances that you won’t want to miss. Tonight it’s going to be the Group B duos in the spotlight, singing their hearts [...]