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Ramphal: Globalisation must be challenged

Globalisation…it’s a term routinely tossed around by politicians, the media and the public…but what does it mean? Despite different definitions, the reality is that for small countries like Belize, globalisation [...]

B.D.F.: Two M-16s missing

It has been the standard issue of the U.S. military since the Vietnam War…and in the ensuing years the M-16 has been adopted as the rifle of choice for scores [...]

Good Samaritan scares off rapist

Police are reporting tonight that a woman was raped last night on the north side of Belize City…but that the attack could have been much worse had a good Samaritan [...]

Cayo singer makes recording debut

She’s a small town girl who is trying to hit it big on the world music scene. Nineteen-year-old Marie Reimer of San Ignacio has just returned from the United States [...]

Tropic Air opens new city office

In a time when international airlines are cutting back on operations, one local airline has committed itself to expand. Today, Tropic Air improved its customer services by opening a new [...]

New project seeks to grow lobsters

For decades the fishing of lobster, whether by trap or free diving, has been one of the most lucrative of Belize’s economic activities, providing the nation with valuable foreign exchange [...]

Exhibition highlights child safety

Growing up–long considered to be a wonderful stage of life–can also be dangerous. Today, News 5′s Jacqueline Woods visited an educational exhibition that’s trying to teach our kids how to [...]