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Incinerator broken, medical waste piles up at K.H.M.H.

In an age when a stranger can tell your lifestyle by looking in your garbage, it’s a good idea to keep it locked away. That goes double for a hospital [...]

Dr. Bulwer says Commission owes sister an apology

The three man Commission of Inquiry which recommended a reprimand for serologist Leona Garbutt was heavily criticized by Garbutt’s brother, Dr. Bernard Bulwer on last night’s One On One with [...]

Cops score big against cocaine dealers

In crime news police in Belize City and Dangriga have made major drug busts. Thirty-seven year old Conrad Lino of Hopkins Village was standing at the corner of St. Vincent [...]

Producers exhibition opens at Princess

The second annual BELPRO CONEX opened earlier this evening and News Five’s Ann Marie Williams found out that there’s plenty of local stuff worth seeing…and buying. Merilyn Young, Organizer, BELPRO [...]

P.M. comments on Guatemala, Venezuela and liquor laws

On hand to open the expo was Prime Minister Said Musa. Only recently returned from an important trip to Venezuela, the P.M. was asked about the results of that journey [...]

Belize-American publishes first book

If you’re interested in another take on Belize’s socio/religious/political situation, a new publication will soon be on the market. “Heat On The Beast” is a hundred page paperback written by [...]

Volunteers help kids improve skills

Over the past two weeks we’ve been highlighting several summer camps for children with a lot of time and energy on their hands. While many organizers behind the camps deal [...]

NGO seeks to boost tourism in Stann Creek Valley

While the upper Stann Creek Valley has long been known as a lovely place to drive through, it has never been much of a destination on the tourist map. That [...]