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B.S.I. won’t budge; union protests

What appears to be the final negotiating session between the Belize Worker’s Union and Belize Sugar Industries Ltd. ended today with no agreement on a new contract. In the meeting, [...]

Fire leaves homeless man dead

An early morning fire has taken the life of a Belize City man. News 5′s Patrick Jones visited the scene on New Road and discovered that the tragedy was an [...]

Gasoline breaks eight-dollar barrier

It does not exactly come as a shock, since virtually every night on the U.S. news networks we watch as fuel prices climb at the pump. Tomorrow it will be [...]

Taiwan President will visit Belize

Sworn in today for a second four-year term as President of Taiwan was Chen Shui-bian and among the foreign leaders gathered for the occasion was Belizean Prime Minister Said Musa. [...]

Teachers upgrade skills to help slow learners

Next week the long anticipated education summit takes centre stage. But while the policy makers try to wrap their arms around the big picture, efforts less noted continue to be [...]

“Cubanisimo” brings a bit of Cuba to Belize

The show, called “Cubanisimo”, is part art exhibition, part entertainment, and part bazaar. And as News 5′s Patrick Jones discovered, depending on your mood, this small touch of Cuba can [...]

Bz. City: a tough place for disabled

This week has been set aside for observance as Disability Week. But when you must live with a disability of your own, every week is disability week. This morning I [...]