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Temporary causeway across Sittee River opens tomorrow

The destruction of the Kendal Bridge in the Stann Creek district was the single most devastating blow to the nation’s infrastructure by Tropical Storm Arthur. But there is a ray [...]

Rice shortage prompts G.O.B. to import full grain from U.S./Mexico

Rice remains in the news this week, with the latest development being that government has decided to import more than a million pounds through a dealer in Chetumal, Mexico. According [...]

Sunday shooting leaves armed robber dead, two arrested

Grocery stores are a popular target for criminals but as News Five’s Marion Ali reports, in one such incident over the weekend, one shop owner fought back. Marion Ali, Reporting [...]

Uniformed cop beaten by three attackers

A uniformed police officer was attacked by three men on Saturday night and tonight investigators believe it was a case of mistaken identity. According to twenty-three year old Zacceus Caal, [...]

Second suspect charged w/Bermudian Landing double murder

A second suspect has been arrested and charged in connection with the double murder in Bermudian Landing two weeks ago. According to court reports, twenty year old Lakeview resident Nelson [...]

P.U.P. buys newspaper, radio station, headquarters for $725,000

It’s been the cause of serious tension in the People’s United Party but after weeks of “delicate negotiations”, a press release issued by the political organization today confirms that an [...]

G.O.B.’s case against Telemedia for back taxes adjourned again

When we last left the case of the Income Tax Department versus three Michael Ashcroft controlled companies regarding non-payment of millions of dollars in business tax, negotiations to reach an [...]

A.G.’s appeal on referendum review dismissed by C.J.

In news from the Chief Justice’s courtroom, an application by the Attorney General’s Ministry for leave to appeal the C.J.’s decision granting judicial review of the government’s proposed amendments to [...]

Amateur photographer launches “Beautiful Belize” at Mexican Institute

It’s easy to become fascinated by the vivid scenery that makes up the Belize we know and love. And while many of us take those images for granted, for the [...]

Bar Association tops Interoffice basketball action

Good evening I’m James Adderley so welcome board this journey we call Sports Monday. The Interoffice Basketball League continues to entertain inside the Civic Center people and we’re inside for [...]