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Second fire in 2 days also looks like arson

For the second time in two days police and fire officials have what appears to be a case of arson on their hands. As in last night’s report, no one [...]

Stabbing victim tells of assault

A Belize City man lies hospitalized tonight, recovering from stab wounds he suffered in an incident that occurred on Wednesday evening. News 5′s Jacqueline Woods got the victim’s side of [...]

San Pedro boat captain arrested

The captain of a vessel that ran over another boat on Wednesday in San Pedro has been arrested. Thirty-three year old Amado Watson told police that he was heading out [...]

Senate committee presses SSB for info

The Senate Special Select Committee investigating the Belize Social Security Board continues to carry out its mandate. According to the committee’s latest release, it met Wednesday to review applications from [...]

Mom seeks justice for murdered son

On October twenty-third, twenty-two year old Jorge Alberto Vidal, a resident of Succotz Village, travelled across the border to neighbouring Melchor de Mencos to buy a pair of boots. He [...]

Ford awards conservation grants

You may remember her from the eighties TV show Hart To Hart but actress Stephaine Powers has been busy travelling the globe in aid of the world?s natural resources specifically [...]

Veteran public officer retires

With over thirty years of government service, the last eighteen as head of the Geology and Petroleum Department, Evadney Wade has built a reputation as a hard working and straight [...]

Stitchie will headline Jesus Festival

In Gospel music circles, he is no stranger and this weekend Cleve Laing, also known as Stitchie will be on stage at the Belize City Centre throwing down some serious [...]

New Garifuna museum opens in Dangriga

Under threatening skies they gathered this afternoon to mark an important milestone in the cultural life of a people…and nation. I cannot imagine a better way to bring in Garifuna [...]