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Mark and Cordel removed from P.U.P. Executive

P.U.P. Leader Francis Fonseca called his first meeting of the national executive this morning at Independence Hall. The main agenda item was the configuration of his new executive. Fonseca asked [...]

Paraplegic rides across Belize

In 2003, Jerome Flores was working setting up cables when he fell off a forty feet post that almost claimed his life. Flores was lucky enough to survive the dangerous [...]

Viewers respond to exploitation of National Parks

On Tuesday we asked our viewers for their thoughts on the ongoing exploitation of national parks. The question was on why government acts powerless in the plunder of our national [...]

Sidney Campbell declines post as treasurer of P.U.P.

And in reference to our top story on the People’s United Party, News Five has just confirmed that Sidney Campbell has declined the post of treasurer in the PUP.

Cops lost his handgun?

You have heard about an arsenal of weapons that went missing from the B.D.F. and earlier this week eight pieces of priceless silverware went missing from the national collection at [...]

DJs mix burglary charges on new record

It’s common to hear of office workers moonlighting as musicians. But have you ever heard of the radio DJ who was a burglar in his spare time? Well, twenty-seven year [...]

Woman ends argument with a stick(ing) point

Two feuding women, eighteen year old Shanice Castillo and Shelmadine Jones, appeared in court today after a verbal outburst left Jones with a couple stitches above her eye after she [...]

BAHA’s Farewell to Dr. Michael Deshield

Retirement from public service does not normally qualify an individual to be featured on the news. But in our records, Doctor Michael DeShield has been a staple in our newscast [...]

DANN Fest, BFLA promotes men’s health

The first annual DANN festival is scheduled to take place in Dangriga on Saturday. The fest is really to promote healthy lifestyles of the male population around the country. The [...]

Garifuna Activities in the Old Capital

History says that escaped and shipwrecked slaves settled with the Caribs of St. Vincent and merged the culture of both people. The fiercely independent people, now known as Garifuna found [...]

SMART’s Zoom Data Launched on 3G

Smart’s third generation platform, which was recently unveiled, is the latest upgrade to the company’s mobile wireless network.  Its 3G system offers high speed Internet and a range of other [...]