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Dean Boyce says Telemedia loan is legal and legit

On Wednesday, Telemedia Chairman, Nestor Vasquez, made a number of allegations in respect of the management of the company before it was nationalized by the Government in August. Top among [...]

More testimonies at K.H.M.H. Commission of Inquiry

Turning to the ongoing Commission of Inquiry, which resumed today after a two-day break. The commission was established following allegations made by doctors and nurses at the Karl Heusner Memorial [...]

International Disability Day celebrated in Belize

Around seven o’clock this morning some forty plus supporters of persons with special needs began a march through city streets to celebrate International Disability Day. The day is being held [...]

Belize Water Services rejects PUC’s initial decision

The Public Utilities Commission announced on November seventeenth that it was only giving the green light to a ten point six percent increase in water rates sought by the Belize [...]

Still no clues in GS-Com robbery

There is not much development in Wednesday afternoon’s armed robbery at GS- Com on Baymen Avenue. While the company’s six cameras picked up the incident as it unfolded, none of [...]

George Hardie Jr. and David Gomez waiting for release

News Five reported on Wednesday that George Hardie junior and David Abner Gomez of the Las Vegas casino in Corozal, were released from the Mexican prison but were still being [...]

Gun snaps and Glen Burgess charged for aggravated assault

A man with a number of robbery charges before the court was shot at and pursued by a gunman on Arlington Drive on Tuesday. Twenty-five year old Kaylon Matura, was [...]

Unsuccessful forger, Shannon Vernon, goes to prison

Also in court, a gas attendant lost his job and his freedom for stealing from the A&R Gas Station. Twenty-one year old Shannon Vernon was remanded to the Hattieville Prison [...]

Fishermen busted with undersized conch

Also in court, eleven fishermen from Northern Belize were this morning charged for possession of undersized conch after Fisheries officials made a random check at the Northern Fisherman Cooperative delivery [...]

El Fogon Diner’s recipe for surviving the recession

The recession is hurting consumers everywhere and sales are down in most businesses. At La Isla Bonita, News Five found out this week that hotel occupancy was considerably down over [...]

Salvation Army needs toys for annual Christmas party

The annual Salvation Army Christmas party for needy children is coming up next week. But this year, the economic downturn is affecting donors and collections in their toy drive have [...]

Continental Airlines’ Toys for Tots show reigns in celebs

Every year for the past twelve years, Continental Airlines has been hosting a toy for tots event for less fortunate children. This year, the event has taken on a whole [...]

Man dies after being run over by James bus

Reports have been received at our newsroom late this evening that a man was run over and killed by a bus on the Hummingbird Highway. The incident occurred in Sarawee [...]

Healthy Living accesses info on sexual & reproductive health

Dialogues on H.I.V. and AIDS have become a norm and the issue is no longer skirted. Public service announcements, billboards, and public education campaigns have dispersed information on all aspects [...]