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Guatemala disputes Belize version of evictions

While this week’s signing of an agreement to defuse border tensions between Belize and Guatemala appears to be a step forward, a quick read of the Guatemalan newspapers shows just [...]

Citrus production up, prices down

This season’s citrus harvest is in full swing and farmers from Cayo to Toledo are busy both reaping and planting. But while the industry is coming off one record year [...]

Lois Forbes, dead at 37

It is never pleasant to report a death, but when the person in question happens to be a colleague, who dies in the prime of life, it makes it even [...]

Credit Union League donates to Keith relief

The Belize Credit Union League has donated over fifteen thousand dollars to organisations that are assisting in the hurricane relief effort. The funds were originally designated for use during Credit [...]

Salvation Army kicks off kettle appeal

It’s as much a part of the season as apples, grapes and a roll of new marley. News Five’s Stewart Krohn was on hand as the big iron kettle was [...]

Cancer Walk set for Saturday

Close to one thousand Belizeans are expected to be up before the crack of dawn on Saturday to participate in the annual Cancer Walk from Ladyville to Belize City. The [...]

Post office introduces Express Mail

Its headquarters has recently undergone a facelift and now a venerable government institution says that its services are also stepping up to the next level. Jose Sanchez reports. Jose Sanchez, [...]

Beetle threatens Pine Ridge

It’s a tiny creature, but as we’ve already learned from mosquitoes and mealy bugs, when it comes to dangerous insects size does not matter. The latest pest to threaten Belize’s [...]