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U.D.P. sweeps municipal elections

The two party system is alive and well in Belize … and that’s about the only solace the P.U.P. could enjoy this morning as the magnitude of the United Democratic [...]

Barrow attributes victory to P.U.P. “screwups”

While Zenaida Moya will have her hands full figuring out how to run a city in tough financial times, U.D.P. leader Dean Barrow will spend the next two years trying [...]

Musa takes the heat for unprecedented P.U.P. defeat

For every winner in last night’s drama there was a corresponding loser. As the leader of the party suffering one of the most lopsided defeats in recent political memory, it [...]

Hertular faces life in prison following U.S. drug conviction

A Belizean extradited on drug related charges has been convicted in the States. Robert Hertular was found guilty by a jury in U.S. Federal Court of threatening to kill a [...]

Police seek public’s help to catch fugitives

Tonight police need your help in catching two wanted men. A year ago, twenty-one year old Mark Alamilla was arrested and charged in the shooting death of Belize City mechanic [...]

Missing witnessed delay coroner’s inquest

The coroner’s inquest into the death of Leslie Rogers Junior has entered its third day. That inquiry was delayed, however, when two witnesses summoned to appear before Magistrate Margaret Gabb-McKenzie [...]

Driver will face trial instead of copping plea

A scheduled sentencing in the Supreme Court had its own delay of justice when instead of a wrist slap, a Belize City taxi driver was given a trial date. Forty-four [...]

Smart offers new services for telecom customers

Today, Smart launched its newest telecommunications feature. Smart Live, advertised as the first service of its kind in Belize, is initially being offered only to the phone company’s customers. Smart’s [...]

Early education highlighted during March

Zenaida Moya and her U.D.P. supporters were not the only ones parading through the streets of Belize City today. News Five’s Jacqueline Woods explains. Jacqueline Woods, Reporting Principals, teachers, preschoolers, [...]