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Chamber of Commerce & Industry Raises Concerns About Holiday For Queen’s Funeral

Queen Elizabeth II will be laid to rest on Monday, and the Government of Belize, along with several other Commonwealth countries, is observing the nineteenth of September as a public [...]

Bus Operators List Concerns They Have with Ministry of Transport

Bus operators held a press conference this afternoon in Belize City to share their concerns regarding the public transportation sector and what they feel are unreasonable conditions being placed on [...]

Bus Operators Want Duty Exemption, Access to More Funding, and Foreign Busses Gone

Aside from the issue that the bus operators have with Floralia, they are also making additional requests, including duty exemption on their imported buses, more funds than the National Bank [...]

Minister of Transport Says Floralia Already Has What the Bus Industry Needs

News Five contacted the Minister of Transport, Rodwell Ferguson following the bus operators’ press conference to get his reaction to the concerns about Floralia and the permits they want to [...]

Minister Ferguson Says Duty Exemption is a Tall Order to Ask For

Minister Ferguson also told us that while he would have to take the request for duty exemption back to Cabinet, his fellow ministers would have to approve the granting of [...]

Inflated Cost of Goods Stifling Food Vendors

The price per gallon of liquefied petroleum gas (L.P.G.) has decreased by five cents. The Government of Belize announced the new fixed price for L.P.G. on Wednesday. The price now [...]

Still No Sign of Relief at the Fuel Pumps

During an interview with Prime Minister John Briceño earlier today, he was asked about the exorbitant fuel prices, which have been the highest the country has experienced. The P.M. was [...]

Overtime Restrictions for Healthcare Workers are Removed

A few weeks ago, there was a countrywide walkout by nurses from public health institutions as they protested poor working conditions and salary deductions. In some cases, there were also [...]

P.M. Briceño on Medical Facilities

During to his speech today, Prime Minister John Briceño said that the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital is in need of infrastructural improvements. In an interview with the media, the PM [...]

Defendants in Mason Kidnapping Case Challenges ID Parade

Case management in the kidnapping trial involving William “Danny” Mason, Ashton Vanegas, Kieron Fernandez,  Ernest Castillo, and Ryan Rhaburn is set to begin with a voir dire. The alleged victims [...]

A Windshield Repairman is Charged for Rape of a Minor

Forty-five-year-old Ervin Middleton, a windshield repairman of a Santa Barbara Street address, appeared unrepresented before the magistrate’s court earlier today where he was read a single, indictable charge of rape [...]

B.P.F. Leader Criticizes Cayo West Area Rep for “Clientelism”

The Belize People’s Front leader has criticized Cayo West Area Representative, Jorge Milin Espat for visiting and distributing schoolbags among Belizean voters who live in Guatemala. Nancy Marin calls the [...]

Land Dispute: Antelope Street Family Needs Help to Relocate

An Antelope Street family was today forced out of the building they called home for almost three decades when a group of men, representing the interests of Claudette Waldman, were [...]

Belizean American Returns Home; Donates to Schools

Primary schools are now in session and Belizean American Josephine Menzies-McFadzean is giving back to teachers at multiple institutions in Belize City, in honor of her family who are educators. [...]

K.H.M.H. Turns 27

Today inside the courtyard at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital, government officials, including the Prime Minister, the Minister of Health and Wellness and the staff and management authority of the [...]

Queen’s Funeral will Reflect a Personal Touch

Earlier in our newscast, we told you about a letter written to the Ministry of Labor in which the business community requested that the upcoming public and bank holiday in [...]