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How many babies died at the K.H.M.H.?

The most contemptible act of gross negligence is coming out of the nation’s referral hospital. Since last Friday, News Five has been reporting on a number of babies that have [...]

P.U.P. demands resignation of Minister of Health

The People’s United Party, in the wake of the ongoing K.H.M.H. fiasco, has issued a release demanding the resignation of Pablo Marin as Minister of Health.  The opposition is also [...]

Thousands of Mayan artifacts deserted at Chaw Hiix

Noh Mul might be for all intents and purposes no more, but the public outrage both locally and internationally has lingered. And that is why the Mayan site of Chau [...]

Hofius Manager, Jacqueline Roe, robbed of Hilux

Over the weekend, the executive director of the women’s commission, Ann-Marie Williams, was robbed of her vehicle on Saturday night and tonight, another well-known businesswoman reports that her vehicle was [...]

Who should be held accountable for baby deaths at K.H.M.H.?

And tonight’s question is: Who should be held accountable for the recent deaths of twelve babies at the K.H.M.H.? Doctors or Management. Send your comments and responses using your SMART [...]

Bulldozing Mayan mounts in Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary

Earlier we told you about the thousands of artifacts that were found discarded in plastic bags in Crooked Tree. News Five tried to reach Dr. John Morris, or in his [...]

More Indian nationals caught being trafficked through Belize

A third group of illegal Indian nationals has been captured in the west as cases of human trafficking continue to increase. The seven nationals are part of a larger group [...]

Man who helped youth report assault is now threatened

A sports instructor, employed at Nazarene Primary School, is tonight abstaining from work, following an incident during which he reportedly came to the aid of a student, who had allegedly [...]

Lost in translation; businessman busted for his own weapon

Thirty-eight year old Chao Gui Cao, a prominent businessman of the Hattieville area, was arraigned today in court for the possession of a nine millimeter firearm and live ammunition which [...]

After attacking security guard, culprit threatens to kill and drink blood

A Sand Hill man is accused of attacking a KBH security guard who was on duty at the Belize Flour Mill last Saturday. Thirty-seven year old Ralph Middleton was arraigned [...]

Mother and wife of injured B.D.F. rushes to Barbados to be at his side

On Monday’s newscast we told you the tale of a Belize Defense Force Soldier attached to the Caribbean Defense Pact’s Regional Security System in Barbados. Warrant Officer Andre Gabb was [...]

Attorney says Gender Policy is mischievous on sexual orientation

The Revised Gender Policy 2013, a product of the National Women’s Commission was updated to identify and examine inequities experienced by men and women while suggesting ways to correct gender [...]

Moody’s update on Belize quite moody; country may renege on debts

Three weeks ago, the Moody’s Investors Service reported that the government’s bond rating of C-A-A was likely to remain the same for the next four or five years because of [...]

Kangaroo Court? Ex-Guatemalan dictator’s 80 year sentence overturned

Eighty years in prison, was the sentence handed down last week to Guatemala’s ex-military dictator, Rios Montt, for ordering the deaths of one thousand seven hundred and seventy-one Ixil Mayas [...]