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Kidnap is now a murder

The discovery of the body did not come as a surprise, but it did not make the notion of murder any more acceptable. News Five’s Jacqueline Woods reports on an [...]

Cyclist fatally run over by truck

A Belize City man has died after being knocked off his bicycle by a truck. According to police, fifty-year old Hubert Sterling of Nurse Findley Crescent was riding down Vernon [...]

Extraditions proceed against Brown brothers

Today in Magistrate’s Court Andrew “Papa” Brown came one step closer to a stateside jail cell as Chief Magistrate Herbert Lord ruled that the request for extradition by the U.S. [...]

Captains disciplined for boat crash

Investigations into a boat collision earlier this month in the waters between Belize City and San Pedro have resulted in the suspension of the two captains involved, one of them, [...]

Hostel youth spruce up Stella Maris

For the past two days, residents of the Princess Royal Youth Hostel have braved the hot sun to make a difference in the lives of the students of the Stella [...]

Sarteneja woman is latest Lotto winner

On Saturday, fifty-three year old Mirta Blanco, a resident of Sarteneja Village in the Corozal District, became the latest Lotto winner. Blanco, who has been playing the game since it [...]

Hospital Auxiliary helps surgical ward

This afternoon in a brief ceremony at the K.H.M.H., the Hospital Auxiliary donated more than twenty ceiling fans, a number of wash basins, and material for curtains and screens to [...]

San Pedro Lions receive international honours

This month a local service organisation and one of its members have received international acclaim for their contributions to Belizean society. Word from Lions International is that the San Pedro [...]

B.T.I.A. urges members to insure properly

The timing could not have been better. Less than two days after Belize experienced a near miss from Hurricane Emily, a seminar, previously scheduled by the B.T.I.A., opened today in [...]