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Musa administration upbeat about I.M.F. report

Belize is patting itself on the back tonight after the International Monetary Fund handed over a glowing report card on the country’s economic rescue mission efforts. Following a series of [...]

P.M.: D.P.P./Police relations remedy imminent

On Monday Prime Minister Said Musa organized a sit down in Belmopan to discuss the disturbing matter of relations between the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions and the [...]

Cops name suspects in David Pook murder case

Wanted posters have been circulated across the country for two suspects being sought for the murder of David Pook. According to the cops, four men brutally tortured and then stabbed [...]

Forestry says crocodile fishing is illegal

Following our story on “crocodile fishing” in San Pedro on Tuesday, several island residents have expressed serious concerns about the safety of the practice. When we contacted the Forestry Department [...]

Cousins charged for Bmp. A.T.M. hold-up

Police have disclosed the identity of two of the men believed to be responsible for a disturbing A.T.M. hold-up in the capital city over the weekend. Investigators have charged twenty-two [...]

Machete attack ends in arrest for attempted murder

A Belize City teen has been arrested for attempted murder following a stabbing on Tuesday afternoon. According to police, nineteen year old Marvin Sheron has reported that as he was [...]

29 yr. old accused of robbing 13 and 14 yr. old girls

Tonight a twenty-nine year old career criminal is accused of yet another crime: stealing from little girls. Today, Aaron Logan appeared before Chief Magistrate Herbert Lord to answer to two [...]

Red Cross launches “Faces” HIV campaign

HIV infection knows no race, no ethnic group, no gender, no nationality, no age. That’s the main thrust of a new campaign launched in Belize City today. News Five’s Kendra [...]

Hostel for needy patients opens in Belize City

Needy patients visiting Belize City for medical treatment now have a place to recover comfortably, thanks to the coordinated efforts of the non-governmental community. This morning, I was among the [...]

H.O.C. exhibition highlights pageant culture

This month alone we’ve featured three separate pageants on our newscast and as the following story highlights, such events have become a cultural staple rivalled only by “riceandbeanschickenandsalad”. B>Rita Mae [...]

Bzean star to play old teammate in int?l football game

James Adderley makes a special appearance tonight to preview international football action scheduled to be held at the Norman Broadster Stadium in San Ignacio on Thursday night. And as he [...]

Taipei dance show to debut at the Bliss

On Thursday night, Belizeans will witness the creative talent of the Taipei Folk Dance group in a two night theatre called “Dream World Taiwan”. According to William Neal, director for [...]