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Carnival negotiations seek compromise

Meetings surrounding the controversial Carnival contract continued this week as key players met in Belize City to navigate a way forward in negotiations. News 5 understands that on Monday, Minister [...]

Wounded victim silent on shooting

In crime news, a shooting incident in Belize City on Monday evening has left one man injured and a series of unanswered questions for which the police are trying to [...]

Cayo man arrested for carnal knowledge

A concerned caller who used the 922 Crimestoppers hotline to voice his concerns has led police in Cayo to solve two crimes in one. According to authorities, the complainant informed [...]

CITCO shuts down fly-by-night noodle factory

The upstairs of this two storey concrete structure situated at the corner of King Street and Euphrates Avenue looks like a normal residence, but its occupants were doing more than [...]

Final report submitted on resdistricting

The final report on the redistricting of electoral boundaries has been sent to and approved by the Election and Boundaries Commission. Building on the work of the first task force, [...]

New book spotlights Anansi

He’s our favourite folklore character, having survived for centuries on the lips of Mahogany cutters and generations of irrepressible grannies. And today Anansi’s exploits were celebrated in a new book. [...]

Students learn advantage of abstinence

The major thrust of AIDS education, in both Belize and other places, has been promotion of safe sex; that is…use of a condom. But you don’t have to be a [...]