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Explosion kills San Pedrano while refueling dive tank

A veteran diver was killed in a blast at Amigos del Mar in San Pedro on Monday evening. The loud explosion shook the dive shop, and other buildings in the [...]

Shutdown of Cayo as residents protest against crime

Heading west, a business shutdown is being planned for Thursday by a coalition of neighborhood watch groups called the Solidarity for Peace Movement. If all goes according to plan, most [...]

Central Bank Governor’s house robbed

Crimes involving high profile personalities are on the rise. The details are sketchy but News Five has confirmed that the house of Glen Ysaguirre, the Central Bank Governor was robbed [...]

Do you believe the death penalty will deter crime?

Tonight’s question is: Do you believe the death penalty will deter crime? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your vote on our e-poll [...]

Economic Indicators breaks down cost of fuel

Have you ever wondered why you pay such a high price for fuel at the pump?  What is it that determines when the price falls and when it increases?  Tonight [...]

CCJ will decide on Awich in ongoing Telemedia Appeals Court case

The Court of Appeal has been busy this week with a courtroom full of lawyers arguing the constitutionality of the 2011 acquisition of Belize Electricity Limited (B.E.L.) and the 2011 [...]

P.S.U. and B.N.T.U. sign years overdue agreement with G.O.B.

The unions and the government have been negotiating for years and earlier today the government agreed to a long list of allowances when they signed off an agreement on part [...]

Partial agreement shows progress, but more negotiations ahead

While it has already been a long and rocky road, the negotiations are still not over. Public Service Union President, Marvin Blades says the signing of the partial agreement simply [...]

2 Haitians, ten passports and 1 Haitian without documents

Three Haitian nationals, two naturalized Belizean and another who holds a visitor’s permit, were before the courts today to answer to separate charges including unlawful possession of passports. The first [...]

Another attempted robbery in the Jewel

A Belize City young man who thought the law had forgotten him after he made attempts to rob well-known Blue Marlin Restaurant in April of this year begins to serve [...]

Ride with Caribbean Information & Communications Technology Road Show

In an age of continuous technological advances, there are still many persons and households that don’t have basic internet access. Over the next few days, a Caribbean Information and Communications [...]

Harnessing the Power of Innovation; using technology for development

The theme for the event is “Harnessing the Power of Innovation – the engine for ICT enabled Caribbean development”. But Doctor Colin Young acknowledges that Belize is behind in technology [...]

Frozen allowances exercise almost thawed; thousands saved

The Ministry of Public Service announced in July that a thorough review of public service allowances would be carried out. That process has been ongoing and its purpose is to [...]

Superstar! $10,000 up for grabs!

In an hour or so, Group B takes the stage at the Bliss for another round of competition to determine who will be the Next Superstar. Four safe groups will [...]