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Belize CitCo comes clean w/ sanitation workers

For weeks, the Belize City Council has publicized the rapidly deteriorating health of its finances but today, the administration claims to be on the brink of bankruptcy. According to Mayor [...]

Ralph Fonseca: no comment on election plan

For months questions about his future plans in Belizean politics have hounded P.U.P. Minister Ralph Fonseca … a mystery that has only been heightened following indications of interest by at [...]

Truck driver charged in deadly traffic accident

The driver of the vehicle involved in the year’s most tragic traffic accident has been arrested and charged. According to police reports, this morning fifty-seven year old Carlos Correa Fernandez [...]

Belize and Mexico talk border security issues

Diplomatic ties between Belize and Mexico are strengthened tonight thanks to a bi-lateral programme designed to curb illegal activities in border areas. News Five’s Janelle Chanona has the details. Janelle [...]

Muscle men to strut stuff for a good cause

They are sure to be big, buff and bold … I guess you’d have to be to try to pull a car or flip a tractor tyre. But participants in [...]

Pallotti music concert scheduled for Sunday

This weekend, the Pallotti Music School is presenting their annual summer concert with an all star line-up of local talent. According to organizer Mamie Martinez, the combination of world renowned [...]

Jamaican artists miss flight, but show good to go

They may have been a no show at the Philip Goldson International Airport, but tonight local concert promoters are promising ticket holders that the show will go on this weekend. [...]

Lotto reaches record $182, 500

For the past four months Belizean gamblers have been playing the stakes in the Lotto draw without success. But like Tropical Gaming says, you got to be in it to [...]

Cadet Corps launches recruitment drive

This week, the National Youth Cadet Service Corps launched a recruitment drive, calling on at risk youths to enlist in its ten month programme. According to officials, they’ve got the [...]

Duty-free sales nosedive following new security

The message to airline passengers today is to get used to sticking your lipstick and lotion into checked luggage following revelations on Thursday that terrorists had planned to mix a [...]