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H.O.R. debates terrorism, money laundering, liquor

While today’s sitting of the House of Representatives was by all accounts routine, certainly the topics up for discussion weren’t. Today bills regarding terrorism, money laundering and liquor were ordered [...]

Barrow comments on Intelco contract; Ashcroft

Needless to say, the ongoing saga between Government and B.T.L. also got its time on the floor. Leader of the Opposition Dean Barrow got his piece in today, voicing concerns [...]

Belize prepares for CARICOM meeting

Over the weekend, prime ministers and presidents from throughout the Caribbean and Central America will begin arriving in Belize as part of the intercessional meeting of the conference of CARICOM [...]

Blake murder trial continues in Supreme Court

The murder trial of Ornel Welcome Jr. continued today in the Supreme Court before trial Judge John Gonzales. Gonzalez asked the jury to leave the courtroom so a submission can [...]

Bz. City man convicted of carnal knowledge

In other court news, this afternoon, a thirty-three year old man was convicted of the carnal knowledge of an eight-year-old boy. Lee Henkis is spending his first night in jail [...]

Police: Teakettle man wasn’t murdered

On our newscast last night we carried a police report on the death of a man as the result of a bar fight in Teakettle Village. Tonight we are informed [...]

Maya/Island celebrates 40 years in Belize

This year, domestic carrier Maya/Island celebrates forty years in the airline industry. Despite some pitfalls, Sales and Marketing Director Winston Trapp says with their experience and new management, Maya/Island is [...]

Tour operator takes on mgmt. at Tourism Village

Tonight, after several months of smooth sailing, the cruise ship industry is still grappling with its first major obstacle since the first call to port. News 5′s Jacqueline Woods has [...]

ESTAP bids to put Toledo on the development map

Big government development projects are no stranger to the Toledo District. What has been scarce, however, are successful development projects. Jacqueline Woods reports on the last effort to turn things [...]