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Woman escapes death after boyfriend goes berserk with gun

In less than a month, two Belize City women have been brutally murdered. Karel Gabourel was viciously stabbed in front of her two children on Christmas Day, while on January [...]

Two thousand dollar reward offered for accused killer

While Mark Medina is tonight behind bars, accused killer Louie “Ganzie” Gentle is still a man on the run. But as I found out today, new developments in the case [...]

Lobster tails jacked from Northern Cooperative

Somewhere in Belize tonight, someone is dining on one of the most expensive Belizean delicacies … lobster. According to the Caye Caulker branch of the Northern Fishermen’s Cooperative, sometime between [...]

Margaret Gabb is new Chief Magistrate

Belize has a new Chief Magistrate and her name is Margaret Gabb. Effective tomorrow, Gabb will take over the duties of former Chief Magistrate Herbert Lord. Gabb began her career [...]

U.H.S. staff weighs in on proposed take over

While the task force established by the Ministry of Health prepares its detailed recommendations for government’s takeover of financially strapped Universal Health Services, various bodies with an interest in the [...]

Asst. Comptroller of Customs dies from stroke

Today the flag of Belize flew at half-mass at the Customs and Excise Department as employees mourned the loss of a dedicated co-worker. On Thursday, Assistant Comptroller of Customs Arthur [...]

Robert Garcia appointed to salvage Nova shrimp farm

One of Belize’s largest shrimp farms is in financial trouble and its lenders are looking for ways to put it back in shape. In 1998 the Nova Farm, located in [...]

U.B student receives first David Pook Scholarship

The death of twenty year old David Pook was one of the more than eighty-five murders we reported on last year. But as News Five’s Janelle Chanona found out today, [...]

Controversy continues over citrus share sale

The fallout following the announcement that a major investment in Belize’s citrus industry by Eastern Caribbean interests has been consummated, continued today as architects of the deal defended their decision [...]

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