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C.E.O. of Social Security Board suspended

There is a major shakeup in the Social Security Board tonight and it is the first of a kind. The Board of Directors at an emergency meeting today, recommended that [...]

Barrow says C.E.O.’s name not considered for write-off

On Tuesday the People’s United Party issued a release which pointed fingers at the senior management of S.S.B., including C.E.O. Merlene Bailey whom it said is part of the insider [...]

Mass naturalizations of immigrants before elections

There’s another hot button issue that is stirring up controversy. On Friday of last week News Five broke the story of the rushed naturalization-taking place in Belmopan.  Hundreds stood in [...]

Ladyville house used for elections registration processing?

Aside from the use of fraudulent addresses in Orange Walk, this morning in Ladyville dozens of immigrants lined up outside a private house in the Mitchell Estate area, a stone’s [...]

Leonardo Ayuso arraigned for Orange Walk murder

The Orange Walk Police Station was packed today with suspects in the brutal murder of businessman, Rodulfo Pererra. Nineteen year old Leonardo Ayuso was the first to be formally arraigned [...]

Vision Inspired by the People Belmopan Council slate

Late last week, Marlon Skeen, stepped down as mayoral candidate for the Belmopan based Vision Inspired by the People.  But by this morning, VIP introduced its new mayoral candidate and [...]

Why did VIP and former mayoral candidate part ways?

Paul Morgan replaced Marlon Skeen as the VIP Mayoral candidate for Belmopan. In a joint release, it was announced that Skeen would run as an independent candidate. News Five asked [...]

Fire destroys 3 homes in San Pedro

Over the weekend, a fire destroyed three houses in San Pedro Town. On Saturday around eleven-thirty a.m., police and fire officials of the island were called out to the DFC [...]

Burrell Boom principal’s home burglarized

The home of Zoe Oliver, the principal of the Burrell Boom Primary School, was burglarized on Monday. Police have since arrested another Boom resident, twenty-two year old Ryan Gillett, who [...]

Rice sales experiencing boost

In early December news of the collapse of the rice industry up north spread like wildfire across the country.  Businesses in the Mennonite community of Blue Creek were on the [...]

Elections and Boundaries Commission says scrutiny is good

Earlier we told you about the mass naturalization of new Belizeans. In Orange Walk, a resident disclosed on Tuesday with documents that persons were fraudulently using her address and today [...]