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Commission of Inquiry prepares for D.F.C. probe

As the tremors of the Senate report continue to reverberate through Belmopan, today the Commission of Inquiry into the operations of the Development Finance Corporation announced its plans for public [...]

Second suspect charged in Cayo robberies

A second suspect has been arrested in the series of tourist focussed robberies in the Cayo District. He is Henry Gonzalez, a Guatemalan residing in the Belmopan neighbourhood of Salvapan. [...]

Alleged Dangriga triggerman turns himself in

Police are crediting the media with the arrest of a shooting suspect in Dangriga. On last night’s newscast we published the photo of Darren Chiu, wanted by authorities for the [...]

Suspect in murder freed; may help prosecution

Seven months ago, the brutal murder of a Belize City businessman in front of his young son rocked the old capital, but tonight, one of the two men charged with [...]

Social Security report finally released

The report of the Senate Select Committee investigating Social Security has finally been made public. A release from the clerk of the National Assembly indicates that the one hundred twenty-five [...]

Confusion over G.S.T. on light bills should soon end

It appears that some progress is being made to redress the inequities that have arisen in the application of G.S.T. to electricity bills. The problem arises from B.E.L.’s decision to [...]

Heavenlies depart for gospel awards

Today three members of the Heavenlies Gospel Band left the country en route to the Bahamas to attend the Caribbean Gospel Marlin Awards. The group is nominated in the Soca-Calypso [...]

Concert brings together local and Bel-Am dancers

The Consortium for Belizean Development was formed twenty years ago with a mission to assist Belize and Belizeans throughout the world. And for the last week, members of the U.S. [...]

Y.W.C.A. showcases summer programmes

And those programmes of the “Y” are proving extremely popular. News Five’s Alyssa Noble stopped by the St. Thomas Street headquarters this morning for a progress report. Alyssa Noble, Reporting [...]

Crooked Tree in danger of isolation by floodwaters

Viewers with sharp memories may recall the days when the only way to reach the picturesque village of Crooked Tree was by boat. Well, those days may be back, as [...]