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Last three families finally leave Santa Rosa

It has been one of the major roadblocks to improved relations with Guatemala and a long time festering wound to Belize’s sovereign pride … but a release from the Organization [...]

Barrow defends Castro in Crooked Tree controversy …

The ruction over the road being built across the Western lagoon in Crooked Tree Village has settled down following Area Representative Edmond Castro’s decision to seek official approvals for the [...]

… And announces new windfall profits tax on oil

With oil prices hitting one hundred and fifteen U.S. dollars per barrel and the record high cost of imported fuels wreaking havoc on Belize’s economy, the P.M. earlier this week [...]

Security guards return to work but deal not yet done

Today officers of Fort Point Security Services were back on the job after they went on a two-day strike, protesting new pay arrangements implemented by their employer. That system, claim [...]

Brother kills sister in tragic traffic accident

A young woman from the Orange Walk District has lost her life in a traffic accident, a mishap made more tragic in that the driver of the car that hit [...]

He robbed the blood bank … and got caught

A man who set out to donate blood, instead stole the nurse’s purse … and got caught. Thirty-eight year old Jefferson Dawson of Ladyville entered the Central Medical Lab adjacent [...]

Defendants still resist verdict in wall case

It’s never over till it’s over … and that familiar saying appears to be the theme for the legal battle over the boardwalk walls at the Fort Street Tourism Village. [...]

New members appointed to Broadcasting Authority

The growth of Belize’s electronic media, both in number and influence, has been one of the most significant changes to affect the country over the last twenty years. But government’s [...]

District’s top spellers compete in Belize City

At age fourteen it has become an educational institution. Today the Spelling Bee hit Belize City and News Five’s Marion Ali was there. Marion Ali, Reporting With the spelling of [...]

New AIDS Commission seeks greater focus

There are few government bodies that have a more important task than the National AIDS Commission. Today, in keeping with the change of government, that body was reconstituted with new [...]

News Five seeks Reporter

A vacancy exists for a reporter to join the staff of one of the region’s most highly honoured television news organisations. Applicants should possess the following qualifications: – Associate’s or [...]