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Teachers Union denies week long shutdown

If you are a parent confused about whether your children will be going to school next week, don’t feel bad; you’re not alone. Today the President of the Belize National [...]

Kidnapper dead in abduction attempt

Tonight Corozal police are investigating a disturbing report of kidnapping, which has left one man dead and another in critical condition. According to taxi driver Robert Rosalez, he was called [...]

AK 47 found in Belize City

In crime action from the city, cops have confiscated a high-powered weapon and ammunition from a residence. According to reports, on Tuesday police raided a house on Gladden Street and [...]

Sister charged in O.W. fracas

And in another update to our coverage of the story involving Elvira Grant Bautista and her high-powered quarrel with her sister and niece, Orange Walk police say they have arrested [...]

Police promotions announced

In other police news, the department has announced the most recent round of senior staff promotions. Promoted to the rank of Assistant Commissioner are Senior Superintendent Gerald Westby and, as [...]

Legal system refines community service

The Magistrate Courts countrywide are on a go-slow for the next two days, but it does not mean that criminals are free to do as they please. Instead, the men [...]

S.J.C. holds art classes for teachers

This summer Saint John’s College is inviting teachers, parents and children to improve their artistic talents by attending a special art programme. This is the second time the college will [...]

Coaches hone softball skills

The Prince Room at the Princess Hotel and Casino is about as far removed as you can get from the dust and mud of Roger’s Stadium. But, as News 5′s [...]

New trail means greater access at Blue Hole

Many Belizeans have visited the popular attraction known as the Blue Hole on the Hummingbird Highway. But not so many are familiar with the five hundred and seventy-five acres of [...]