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Accused highway robbers brought back from Guatemala

It may have taken a while, but police have got their men. Two Belizeans accused of a holdup on the Coastal Road in May have been brought back from Guatemala [...]

K.H.M.H. to review management procedures after baby deaths

Yesterday News Five brought you the story of a doctor who was suspended from the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital after two babies died in less than 24 hours. Today another [...]

Free Zone gets fire fighting training for gas stations

In 1998, one point seven million gallons of petrol moved through the Corozal Free Zone into the Mexican market. This constant traffic of highly combustible material has triggered the management [...]

Belize Foods purchased by C.D.C.

The Commonwealth Development Corporation has completed its layout of Belize’s citrus processing industry with the purchase of Belize Foods Ltd. The British based company, which had previously purchased the Citrus [...]

Ecumenical rally to protest murders

With four children murdered in Belize City, two more in the northern districts and sex crimes against children rampant throughout the country, a number of agencies that deal with families [...]

Sculptor builds recycling machine

He’s perhaps best known for his sculptures, most recently his larger-than-life “Citrus Worker”. But Stephen Okeke is also fascinated by machines and his latest invention has the poetic name “Silent [...]

New York DJ performs at Belize City night club

New York radio DJ Chris Dubbmaster is in Belize for a performance tonight in Belize City. He says although people have been telling him since his arrival that September is [...]

Emergency services contracted to BERT

It used to be that if you called for an ambulance it might never come because there was no driver or maybe even no gas. So people found it more [...]

Rainforest camp teaches traditional healing

Before he died in 1996 Don Elijio Panti, Belize’s most renowned traditional healer asked Dr. Rosita Arvigo, the head of Ixchel Farms, a research center in the Cayo District, to [...]