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Latest crime craze: lobster jacking

A fisherman from Sarteneja Village is tonight recovering from gunshot wounds after he was attacked and robbed at sea. Twenty-five year old Julian Santiago Ricalde told News Five this afternoon [...]

Foul play not suspected in Benque drowning

The death of a Belize City man whose decomposing body was found on the banks of the Mopan River in Benque Viejo appears to be a case of accidental drowning. [...]

June is deadliest month with 16 murders

It was the single most deadly month in recent memory…and we can only give thanks that the calendar has turned a page. Beginning with Rubita Oroman Hernandez on the first [...]

C.E.O. says Intelco will survive

Intelco is not shutting down. That’s the short answer from C.E.O. Juan McKenzie today in response to questions about the financial crisis the telecommunications company is currently experiencing. In a [...]

Zabaneh defends Caracol deal

The man identified in last night’s newscast as the key player in a proposal to privately develop Belize’s largest Maya archaeological site has strongly defended the project and his involvement [...]

Exhibit celebrates value of cooperatives

This week Belize joined other countries around the world to observe the eighty-second International Cooperatives Day, which is held every year on the first of July. The day highlights the [...]

34 youths graduate from Cadet Corps

We have not covered many graduations this season, but the one that took place this morning at the Belize City Centre was kind of special. News 5′s Patrick Jones reports. [...]

Yabra squeaks by Boca Jr.’s in qualifier

The double loss in Canada is history and the 2004 Regent Cup Champion is yet to be decided. So why are we reporting on a midweek football match? James Adderley [...]

Oliver returns to spoof Columbus

He exploded on the local television scene over a decade ago and when Jamaican Oliver Samuels appeared in Belize for the stage version, he was mobbed on the streets virtually [...]