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Police struggle to solve mystery of San Pedro shooting

Today there are still far more questions than answers over events in San Pedro town that has left thirty-nine year old caretaker Danielo Villatoro dead and his boss, sixty-six year [...]

Thieves jack $7,000 in liquor from N. Hwy Brodie’s

Tonight Belize City police continue to investigate a booze burglary that occurred at the Brodie’s branch on the Northern Highway. According to authorities, sometime between eight on Wednesday night and [...]

“Family friend” steals jewellery from Belize City judge

A Belize City teenager has been arrested, charged, and fined for robbing a Magistrate of the Court of more than six thousand dollars. According to the authorities, last November Magistrate [...]

Armed bandits get 7 years for Pepper’s Pizza robbery

Three men have been sentenced to spend the next seven years in the comforts of Hattieville prison for their involvement in the armed robbery of Peppers Pizza last July. Twenty [...]

Butane prices drop $6 countrywide

Consumers got a break in butane prices today as according to a press release from the Ministry of Finance the cost of a hundred pound cylinder has dropped six dollars [...]

M & M Tour of Belize starts tomorrow in O.W.

The Belizean cycling scene will heat up this week as the 2006 M & M Tour of Belize kicks off in Orange Walk town tomorrow morning. For the next nine [...]

Bob Marley tribute concert set for Sunday

This weekend, local reggae fans will gather at the B.T.L. Park on the Barracks for the first annual Bob Marley tribute concert. According to organiser Joel Robinson, on Sunday local [...]

Police: Queen St. renovations part of PR campaign

The Belize Police Department has embarked on a major overhaul of one of its most high profile locations: the Queen Street Police Station. But as News Five’s Jacqueline Woods discovered, [...]

El Pilar management plan officially endorsed in Cayo

Deep in the Cayo district, the archaeological site of El Pilar straddles the Belize-Guatemala border. But the ancient Maya ruin is facing a modern day dilemma: development that includes the [...]