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New income tax placed on oil exploration companies

It has been a matter of controversy almost from the day oil was first discovered in Spanish Lookout less than a year ago. That is, how the ever increasing revenues [...]

U.S. $25 million loan approved by both sides

And while government was taking steps to maximize its share of future petroleum revenues, Belmopan turned to one of the world’s largest oil exporters for assistance in coping with its [...]

Briceño: no decision yet on Ara Macao project

Accusations of playing footsie were not confined to the Venezuela loan as Minister of Natural Resources Johnny Briceño was questioned regarding his government’s policy toward the controversial Ara Macao resort [...]

Crime is neither blue nor red, says P.M.

And finally, although Prime Minister Said Musa had to do a lot of talking at today’s sitting in his role as Minister of Finance, it appeared that his most passionate [...]

13 year old girl missing; abduction feared

It’s a documented fact that the vast majority of people reported to police as missing, are either found or voluntarily return within a day or two. For adults it’s usually [...]

5 escape from Cayo lockup; one returns

On Thursday, News Five brought you the story of accused San Ignacio burglar eighteen year old Victor Castellanos following his latest break-in at the Santa Elena primary school snack shop. [...]

Woman arrested for stabbing ex in the back

A woman is out on bail tonight after she stabbed her former common law husband on Friday evening. According to court reports, the victim, thirty-nine year old Randoloph Galvez of [...]

Historic St. John?s Cathedral ransacked

Sometime between seven Friday night and midday Saturday there was a break-in at one of Belize City’s most treasured landmarks. And while nothing appears to have been stolen, the intrusion [...]

Three P.U.P. standard bearers selected

Standard bearers have been selected by the Peoples United Party in three constituencies. The closest contest was in Toledo West where incumbent representative Marcial Mes barely fought off a challenge [...]

New Site Erei takes R.F.G. Cup

Good evening. I?m James Adderley and we welcome you to this edition of Sports Monday. Game two of the R.F.G. Trophy Tournament Championship Series took us to scenic San Ignacio [...]