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Jury deadlocked in Lauriano murder trial

He was accused of the January 2004 murder of Kareem “Butchy” Broaster, but today a jury of seven women and five men could not agree on the question of Darrington [...]

Burglars sentenced to seven years

Two guys already doing hard time in Hattieville will now look forward to an additional seven years behind bars. This morning eighteen year olds Tyrone Lopez and Tyrone Godoy were [...]

Appeals court says $180,000 must be returned

A year ago, the story created a hundred and eighty thousand reasons for suspicion but tonight the Court of Appeal has ruled that the small fortune in cash found in [...]

Ancient Caracol lasted longer, was more democratic

The annual archaeology symposium continued today at the Bliss … and while scholars debated the reasons behind the demise of the ancient Maya civilisation it is becoming increasingly clear that [...]

S.J.C. School of Professional Studies hires first dean

In news from Belize’s academic community, St. John’s College School of Professional Studies has appointed its first dean. She is Deborah Domingo. The former principal of Sadie Vernon High School [...]

Dance camp plans big finale

Summer programmes for children are covering everything from sports to computers. Tonight News Five’s Alyssa Noble visits one initiative that has the kids moving in many positive ways. Alyssa Noble, [...]

Two U.S. volunteers ride home on bikes

They served for several years as volunteers in Dangriga … but when the time came to take leave of Belize the two young women just couldn’t go cold turkey. They [...]

Zoo programme puts students in the thick of nature

If I appear a little bit dishevelled tonight it’s because only a few hours ago I was slogging through the jungle south of La Democracia Village. The hike was part [...]