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Kim Barrow gets cancer treatment in Miami

On Monday, it became public that the Prime Minister’s wife, Kim Simplis Barrow, had been diagnosed with breast cancer, this is a health condition for which she has been an [...]

DEA FAST Agents in region, but not Belize

Belize has been clearly linked by many international organizations as a transshipment point for drugs heading from South America to the United States.  The latest article written about this major [...]

Illegal logging devastating Chiquibul

The threat to the Chiquibul Forest has intensified; it is well documented that Guatemalan loggers trespass Belizean soil to carry out illegal logging.  The B.D.F. has often surprised Guatemalans extracting [...]

Mike Singh officially withdraws from political race

Businessman Mike Singh will not run in the U.D.P. Caribbean Shores convention. We had so reported since last Friday, but Singh made it official this afternoon at the U.D.P.’s constituency [...]

Chandra Cansino for Caribbean Shores

So Chandra Nisbet Cansino, with the backing of Perdomo’s divisional office and perhaps Singh’s capital will prove a challenge to the savvy Santino Castillo. Cansino’s name is not as known [...]

Should DEA freely operate in Belize?

Tonight’s question is: Should the DEA freely operate in Belize? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your vote on our e-poll at [...]

Citrus Industry’s Canton Supreme Court judgment

The boardrooms that control the citrus industry are often in the courts. This afternoon Justice Minnet Hafiz-Bertram granted three declarations in favor of C.E.O. of the Citrus Products of Belize [...]

MS-13 Gang Meeting near police station

Last week news reports on US networks said that close to two dozen Belizeans were caught in the U.S.A. for drugs and gang related activity. But here at home, there [...]

GSU says complainer was not telling the truth

An enraged Dangriga resident called News Five last Wednesday to report that the Gang Suppression Unit had broken into his house, ransacked the place and that two electronics had gone [...]

Attempted Murder is the case for Steven Polonio

Belize City resident, Steven Polonio was today committed to stand trial in the Supreme Court for the Attempted Murder of Harry Joseph. Chief Magistrate, Ann Marie Smith made the ruling [...]

Crocodile Sanctuary on mission to save 30 Crocs

Last year, the American Crocodile Education Sanctuary was set on fire by an angry mob of villagers in the Toledo District.  The villagers had wildly suspected that two missing children [...]

Behind the Scenes at Bob’s Poker in Vegas

The World Series of Poker placed Belize on the international stage when Badih “Bob” Bou-Nahra competed among the finalists.  The lead up to this event started in July with six [...]