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Who is paying Glen Godfrey?s loans?

It?s steady rise, but speedy descent has been a hot topic for months and while there is little doubt that telecommunications company Intelco is on the brink of financial failure, [...]

Corozal man charged w/ carnal knowledge

A Corozal man has been arrested and charged as a sexual offender following a report made by a teenager?s mother in that town. According to the cops, around ten thirty [...]

2nd baby drowns in a week

Another baby has died in a drowning incident this time in St. Matthew?s village. According to police, three-year-old Zanqiue Flowers was alone near his home when he wandered near a [...]

Ombudsman opens new office in Bze City

It was the Swedish Parliament which coined the term “Ombudsman” in 1809 when it established the office of Justitie–Ombudsman, whose mandate it was to act as a defender of the [...]

Taiwan Pres. to visit in Bze in Sept.

The specifics have yet to been worked out, but News 5 has confirmed that Taiwanese President Chen Shui-bian will pay an official visit to Belize sometime in September. The Taipei [...]

New cookbook adds flavour to fight against AIDS

With more and more Belizeans dealing with the frightening reality of testing positive, analysts say the HIV/AIDS situation in Belize will probably get worse before it gets better. Today, the [...]

U.N.D.P. helps Swallow Caye Friends protect Manatees

Located just two miles east of Belize City, Swallow Caye consists of nine thousand five hundred and fifty-four acres of mangrove ecosystems, home to a number of wildlife and marine [...]

Heroic Bzean soldier returns home

There are hundreds of Belizeans enlisted in armies around the globe who put their lives on the line everyday, determined to fulfil their duty and make their heritage proud. On [...]