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Musa: P.U.P. has taken Belize to the next level

Over the weekend the campaigns of both the People’s United Party and United Democratic Party peaked as each held televised rallies in Belize City. The last two days before the [...]

Barrow: Corrupt regime must go

For the U.D.P.’s Dean Barrow, Said Musa and his colleagues do not deserve a second chance. Dean Barrow, Party Leader, U.D.P. “Given all that has happened over the last four [...]

Fuller files suit to bar Williams from running

The P.U.P. said it wasn’t going to bother and the U.D.P. dared them to try. Well today both parties could only watch as independent Albert Division candidate Sydney Fuller quietly [...]

Body found on N. Highway remains unidentified

Police are tonight asking the public to help solve a mystery. That is the identity of a corpse found on Sunday night near mile thirty-eight on the Northern Highway. The [...]

Girl in coma after being hit by truck

Tonight, a twelve-year-old primary school student lies unconscious in the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital after she was knocked off her bicycle on Saturday afternoon. According to police, around noon that [...]

New centre opens for HIV testing, counselling

In 2002, four hundred and thirty-one people living in Belize tested positive for HIV, but authorities suspect there could be thousands more, totally unaware of their status. To encourage Belizeans [...]

100 new vehicles purchased for police

To those who can remember when the law enforcement vehicle of choice was a bicycle, the purchase of one hundred new cars and trucks for the Police Department is something [...]

Preschoolers march through city

For many Belizeans, it is their first contact with formal education. All the more reason then that preschool education needs to get off on the right foot. News 5′s Jacqueline [...]

New trees will spruce up Hunting Caye

When we last visited Hunting Caye in October of last year we noticed that while this queen of Sapodilla range was still a radiant beauty, her crown had grown a [...]

Runner pulls muscle but finishes strong for charity

When you add up all the candidates for Wednesday’s general and municipal elections, the total numbers over two hundred aspirants for public office. But while most of those politicians may [...]

Cricket takes centre stage in weekend sports

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and we’re glad you could join us for this fresh package of Sports Monday. Sagitun of Independence has claimed the semi-pro football title, so we [...]