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S.S.B. Board decides to fire; will it happen?

The Board of Directors of the Social Security met on Monday to deal with the audit of insider trading at S.S.B. It was a lengthy meeting that concluded at seven [...]

Bailey Bailout? S.S.B. staffers urged to save C.E.O.

News Five has just obtained a copy of that February fourteenth letter sent to the S.S.B. Chairman Lois Young. It says “We are anxiously anticipating the return of our C.E.O., [...]

Nomination Day fete in Belmopan

Across the country, a slew of red, blue and yellow shirts, a virtual color coat of arms of political parties were on the pavement for nomination day. News Five covered [...]

Road march for Belize City Council Nomination

In Belize City nominations took place at the Complex or Charles Bartlett Hyde building on Mahogany Street.  And though it was just another nomination for the parties, well, the mood [...]

Schakron admits giving up US Citizenship

Nomination Day for General Elections is on February seventeenth. And the only candidate that may have a glitch on that day is the P.U.P.’s Yolanda Schakron. Schakron’s Guatemalan birth is [...]

But PM thinks it’s too late for P.U.P. Lake I

No other than the Prime Minister has been following the situation of the novice politician, Yolanda Schakron. P.M. Dean Barrow told the media today that time may not be on [...]

Coalition will have Unsanctioned Offshore Referendum

The Coalition to Save Our National Heritage had been diligent in its collection of twenty thousand signatures that it hoped would trigger a referendum on the offshore drilling issue. Eight [...]

Former politician has his own national election/poll

While the coalition is organizing their private referendum, another social activist is organizing a trip to the poll. Former U.D.P. minister of government, Derek Aikman is joining the ranks of [...]

B.T.B.’s stats show Tourist Arrivals up

The Belize Tourism Board today announced the statistics for tourist arrivals in the fourth quarter of 2011 and the figures are record breaking for overnight visitors. There were a total [...]

Jade head on display for students

The Museum of Belize is celebrating its ten year anniversary since it opened its doors. One of the hallmarks of the museum is its Maya exhibit. The exhibit was bolstered [...]

2 persons shot on New Road

While NICH and the Museum do their best to preserve our heritage, there are those on the streets who have little value for artifacts or even the preservation of life. [...]

Interesting evidence, but murder trial flops

In the Corozal District, a four-year-old murder trial ended in the Supreme Court on Monday and the accused killer walked away a free man. Taxi driver, Eduardo Samos, was shot [...]

Babysitter manslaughter case in Court

In the Belize District, a case of manslaughter against a Ladyville woman came to a sudden halt today when the jury, which had been hearing her case over the past [...]

U.D.P. Benque Don Jorge switches party

Just last week, you saw Marcel Cardona on national TV endorsing the P.U.P.’s Marco Tulio Mendez for the Orange Walk East Constituency. Well, it seems there is another U.D.P. who [...]

On the Corozal Campaign Trail with “Papas”

Across the Corozal District, every post, tree and even some houses are decorated with political flags and banners. It’s a clear sign that the candidates for the March seventh elections [...]

Letter on Rosewood from Toledo villager

Valentine’s Day has just passed and though the day should be about love, it has become commercialized very much like Christmas. A News Five viewer contacted our newsroom about a [...]

Still fresh the day after; KTV Latino!!

It’s three weeks into the new season of KTV Latino and we’ve brought you two rounds of pre-recorded auditions as well as last week’s live audition, which narrowed the talent [...]