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P.M. says Narda and Yasin must go

The suspense is over. After a week of waiting to hear the reaction of Prime Minister Said Musa to the recommendations of the Senate Select Committee on Social Security, this [...]

Suspect in Cayo robberies handed over, charged

Police have arrested one of a gang of men they believe has been terrorizing tourists in the Cayo District. The break in the case came on Monday when police say [...]

Tourist fakes robbery, fined $100

The arrest of a suspect in the Cayo robberies will go a long way toward easing the fears of visitors to Belize who want to experience the wonders of the [...]

Espat receives a spanking from P.U.P. Leader Emeritus

On Monday Minister of National Development Mark Espat blitzed the airwaves with a thorough reaming of his political enemies, namely fellow Minister Ralph Fonseca and Fonseca’s alleged attack dogs, Luke [...]

Former police commissioner succumbs to injuries

Tonight we regret to announce the passing of former police commissioner Kent Haylock. Haylock died around three this morning at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. Last Thursday he was rushed [...]

Police honour youths who do the right thing

While the Police Department is mourning its former leader, it also took time today to honour those young citizens who have defied the stereotype of disaffected youth. Jacqueline Godwin, Reporting [...]

Growing crime: theft of gasoline

In the new reality of fuel prices inching uncomfortably close to eleven dollars a gallon, a disturbing trend has been affecting an increasing number of Belizean motorists: stolen gasoline. According [...]

Miss Belize Pageant delegates meet the press

Whatever your personal opinion, it would appear that along with those staples of rice ‘n beans, fried chicken, and politics … Belizeans love beauty pageants. Today, News Five’s Janelle Chanona [...]

Land Rover donates to reconstruction at Caracol

For those who may not remeber, there was a time when the most prestigious vehicle a Belizean could ever hope to drive was a Land Rover. No, not a Range [...]