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It’s official: Privy Council stays

It’s official: The Privy Council will live on as Belize’s final court of appeal. The reason is that the proposed constitutional amendment to replace that body with the new Caribbean [...]

No loaf better than half for the U.D.P.

Within hours of the Musa press conference, officials of the Opposition United Democratic Party told News 5 that the decision to vote against the Caribbean Court of Justice was the [...]

Post mortem says “Snakebite” was murder

The police thought that he was bitten by a snake. Relatives told News 5 they believe he died of natural causes as he had complained of stomach pains prior to [...]

One charged in Eve St. shooting

While cops in the north pursue a killer or killers, their counterparts in Belize City are trying to get a straight story from a group of youths involved in a [...]

Water co. will sue P.U.C. over rates

Belize Water Services Limited is currently in the middle of one of its most trying periods since taking over control of Belize’s water supply. What B.W.S. officials describe as “a [...]

Press conference ranges far & wide

While the Caribbean Court of Justice was at the top of the Prime Minister’s agenda this morning, today’s press conference ranged far and wide. Here are some excerpts of the [...]

New technology but can patients afford it?

There is no denying that the last five years have brought a revolution in the quality of health services available in Belize. From CAT scans to neonatal care, whether in [...]