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Fraudulent addresses for new Belizean Citizens?

The deadline for the registration of new voters has been extended from today to January twentieth. And there is a mad rush to register to vote in March seventh election [...]

Once accused of same practice, P.U.P. wants investigation

The People’s United Party, which was also accused of the same practice before the last election, today issued a lengthy release on the issue charging that due process and the [...]

Former Belize Maintenance Workers protest at City Hall

The snap termination of a contract sent workers of Belize Maintenance Limited to the streets. This time it’s not over unpaid debts to BML, but it is over the abrupt [...]

Ayuso’s abetment charge for Briceño family murder

There’s an update to the murder of businessman, Rodulfo Pererra of Orange Walk Town. Pererra was ambushed last Saturday night when he arrived home after closing his store, New Chitos. [...]

P.U.P. wants investigation into S.S.B.’s write offs

The Social Security Board is scheduled to meet on Wednesday to deal with reports that select staff members have found a way to benefit from the write-off of mortgages of [...]

Police escort doctor from Cayo Hospital premises

An embarrassing incident took place at the San Ignacio Hospital this morning that has doctors and nurses enraged. The staff is up in arms because Doctor Angelica Rosado was escorted [...]

Ministry of Health says incident is regrettable

To get an official statement on behalf of the Ministry of Health, News Five spoke with C.E.O., Dr. Peter Allen. Allen says that what happened is regrettable and steps are [...]

Ebenezer School burglarized; school needs help

A Belize City School has suffered a recent unexpected loss. It should have taken a fire or a flood for Ebenezer Methodist Primary School to lose valuable equipment in one [...]

Youth who attempted to rob game shop is unfit for trial

After he was treated and released from the K.H.M.H, the minor who was stabbed during an attempted robbery of Arcade World on Freetown Road, was handed over to the police [...]

Financial Intelligence Unit appeals case

The case against the Coye family has been one of the most high profile Money Laundering cases in Belize. Michael and Marlene Coye, their son Jude, daughter Melonie, her husband [...]

International Governance and Risk Institute Training for Judiciary

While the FIU attempts to seal convictions in three current cases, an ongoing workshop at the Radisson is training members of the judiciary to properly enforce money laundering legislation and [...]

Paving city streets upgrades Santi and Lee Mark

Municipal elections and possibly General Elections are on the horizon. Some campaigns ads are being churned out to provide a selling point for politicians. However, an easier way to make [...]

SJC’s Preeminent Publication of Journal of Belizean Studies

St. John’s College Junior College launched Volume thirty-one, Number Two of its esteemed publication, Belizean Studies. The journal of social research and thought is expected to stimulate further research into [...]

Prison Archives: Students learn from seasoned inmates

In May of 2001, the prison embarked on two programs. One of them was a victim awareness program where convicts could undergo rehabilitation and eventually meet and apologize to families [...]