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Health Ministry C.E.O. says zero tolerance for K.H.M.H. Financial Irregularities

The K.H.M.H. special audit was not released to the media until July fourth. The K.H.M.H. executive would not allow the media to review the document prior to giving their slant [...]

P.M. gets the last word on the budget

We’ll have more of that discussion with the C.E.O. of the Ministry of Health on Monday. But the burning issue of the week continues to be the budget. The annual [...]

Police Association concerned about several transfers

The Police Department is transferring officers, some of which are occurring without due notice. A press release sent from the group says, “The Belize Police Association stands firm for the [...]

Unregistered customers lose phone service during cuts

Today is the deadline for registering your phones. And while traffic at both phone companies was relatively slow for the week, there are still outstanding prepaid cell phone customers that [...]

Bail given for man who knocked down Bowen employee

A man from Northern Belize who worked at Bowen & Bowen Limited in Ladyville was knocked down and killed on June twenty-third of this year at Mile nine on the [...]

Armstrong loses a finger and assailant detained in prison

Gavin Armstrong lost his index finger during a domestic dispute on July fourth in Rio Grande Crescent, an area off Faber’s Road when he was allegedly chopped by a machete [...]

N.T.U.C.B. celebrates anniversary and plans the next 5 years

The National Trade Union Congress of Belize, the umbrella organization representing unionized workers across the country, is celebrating its anniversary this week.  The N.T.U.C.B. is comprised of a number of [...]

Public Notice: road works ahead

Due to upgrades in the Belize City, starting today, Fort Street and Marine Parade Boulevard are being utilized as two way avenues as works are being done in the surrounding [...]

Regional initiative along with United Nations Office on drugs and crime

As a part of a regional initiative to strengthen intelligence and assist the capacity of member states, a high level meeting, only the second if its kind to be held [...]

BAHA says Belize on high alert to monitor Avian Flu in Mexico

Ten days ago, The Belize Agricultural Health Authority placed a national poultry alert following a major outbreak of a highly pathogenic avian influenza called H-7-N-3 in Jalisco, Mexico. The outbreak, [...]

Reproductive Health Services for all; a mission of UNFPA

With over seven billion people on the planet, the availability of resources is a major concern for governments. While some worry about fuel, the main concern for countries in the [...]

Roaming across the border with SMART

As prepaid cell phone users, have you been exhausted by not being able to make calls from you phones ones you cross the borders? Well both telecommunication companies are servicing [...]

News Five Journalist participates in International Visitor Leadership Program

Two countries within this region, Belize and Mexico have been chosen to send a participant for an international visitor leadership program designed to increase mutual understanding through communication at the [...]

Coastal Zone and Natural Capital Project work together

The Coastal Zone Management Authority and Institute is working in partnership with the Natural Capital Project, an initiative of the World Wildlife Fund to discuss the important linkages between science [...]

Visually Impaired youth Walking across Belize

On Thursday, Rowan Garel set out to walk some ninety two miles all in the name of goodwill. Garel hopes to raise one hundred thousand dollars for a summer camp [...]