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Another winner catches Courts cash

Okay, so by now the sight of Belizeans in a glass booth frantically grabbing slips of paper isn’t unusual, but it’s still pretty funny. Today, News 5 was invited to [...]

Carnival groups hold pageant to raise funds

Carnival is coming in September and as usual, money is scarce. Today Ann-Marie visited a group of imaginative fundraisers who are offering some family entertainment and looking for your support. [...]

Counterfeit 10′s and 20′s flood city

More counterfeit currency has turned up in Belize City as police reported three incidents on Wednesday alone. The forgeries are very high quality and the counterfeiters have wisely confined their [...]

Emergency workers ready for the worst

As I speak there is a ceremony taking place at U.B. featuring graduates of a course for emergency medical technicians. While I couldn’t be in two places at once, News [...]

North American imports add to B.B.A. action

The league’s stars may increasingly hail from the streets of North America, but the quality of their play is drawing a growing number of Belizean fans. Last night was no [...]

Post-mortem delayed for suspect shot by cops

Closure in the death of Corozal’s Francis Diego is still at least a day away as a post-mortem scheduled for this morning in Belize City was postponed. The reason was [...]

Merchant pleads not guilty to customs crimes

Businessman Jitendra Chawla, better known as Jack Charles, who owns Xtra House Supermarket on Cemetery Road is out on two thousand, five hundred dollars bail plus one surety. Chawla appeared [...]

Credit union officer charged with forgery

The Co-operatives Department said all along that irregularities at Corozal’s St. Francis Xavier Credit Union would result in criminal charges…and this week that prediction came true. Rafael Dominguez, a field [...]

Two dead in Guyana anti-gov’t protests

The CARICOM summit proceeds in Guyana, but the headlines out of Georgetown have more to do with events in the streets than in the conference centre. On Wednesday police fired [...]