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Coye: budget reforms are working

They failed to reach their budgetary targets and have imposed stiff new taxes on free zone and real estate transactions without any warning or consultation… but one of government’s financial [...]

Shoman: Social Security expects to recover D.F.C. debts

And while Central Government wrestles with the disparity between revenue and expenditure, the Belize Social Security Board is trying to recover some delinquent loans and a good deal of lost [...]

Belize offers to send troops to Louisiana

In some late news from Belmopan, the National Security Council, chaired by the Prime Minister, has decided to offer material assistance to those residents of Louisiana digging out from Hurricane [...]

Case of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever confirmed in Cayo

The Ministry of Health says that it has identified a probable case of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever in the Cayo District. The diagnosis of the case, which is described as mild, [...]

Suspect arrested in Hill murder

After a weekend of bullets and bloodshed, police have made at least one arrest, in connection with the Friday night murder of Jason Hill. Eighteen-year-old Leroy Henry has been picked [...]

Driver charged in fatal accident

Police have arrested and charged a resident of Hopkins Village following a fatal traffic accident on the Hummingbird Highway over the weekend. Twenty-four year old Morrison Foster has been charged [...]

18-year-old detained in attack on girlfriend

In crime news from the west, an eighteen-year old man from San Ignacio has been detained pending a charge of attempted murder in connection with an attack on his teenaged [...]

HMS Cumberland will anchor off Belize City

While the cruise ship industry has all but washed away the impressive awe of large vessels steaming into Belizean waters, on Thursday a British warship on the horizon should still [...]

Social Security donates to worthy causes

It may not have anything to do with his rosy financial projections, but Social Security Chairman Yasin Shoman was handing out more cheques today, this time to some very deserving [...]

News 5 wins big in Caribbean Broadcasting Awards

It was a good night for Channel Five in the Caribbean Broadcasting Awards. In a programme televised throughout the region last night, News Five took top honours in five categories, [...]

Sculptor seeks support for Goldson statue

Their acts of patriotism have earned them the title of national heroes and a permanent place in the history books. But one local artist has embarked on an ambitious crusade [...]