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Judge rules against oil exploration in park w/o E.I.A.

Southern environmental activists scored what they are calling a victory in the Supreme Court today after Justice Samuel Awich ordered all oil exploration activities in the Sarstoon Temash National Park [...]

B.T.L. officials continue to stonewall

We have little new to report on the controversy surrounding B.T.L. and its board’s decision to ignore a Supreme Court injunction prohibiting the holding of Monday night’s annual general meeting. [...]

Citrus deal faces another hurdle

In news from the Stann Creek Valley, continued controversy in the citrus industry has led to yet another lawsuit, this time against the Citrus Growers Association. Reports from industry sources [...]

Cabinet takes next week off for retreat

And in news from Belmopan, don’t expect much work to get done in the nation’s capital next week. That’s when the entire Cabinet will be undertaking a retreat to take [...]

Courtenay makes debut on U.N. stage

On the occasion of the sixty-first General Assembly of the United Nations, this week Belize took its traditional turn at the imposing podium to address the world on issues that [...]

Police in Cayo applaud public/private partnership

Today the police officially inaugurated the one way identification mirrors in Benque Viejo and San Ignacio that played a critical role in the arrest of the alleged ring leader of [...]

Prohibition on liquids eased for air travellers

Belizeans and visitors travelling to the United States will be relieved to know that the Transportation Security Administration of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has eased its restrictions on [...]

Climate change has many effects on region

Belizeans are keeping their fingers crossed for another few months until what has so far been a very mild hurricane season passes into history. According to scientists I spoke to [...]

HIV testing process is more than just blood test

On last night’s newscast we looked at how changes in technology and available resources have made testing for HIV a fast, safe and necessary process. Tonight News Five’s Kendra Griffith [...]