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Despite intimidating letter, A.C.B. files lawsuit

Whether the letter from Belize Bank chairman Phillip Johnson to the Association of Concerned Belizeans was a crude, blatant, and arrogant act of intimidation, or–as Johnson claims–simply a matter of [...]

Police need help to identify Belcan corpse

Tonight there’s a body in the Belize City morgue and authorities are trying to solve a mystery. Jacqueline Godwin, Reporting Belize City police need your help in identifying this man [...]

Woman detained following discovery of dead foetus

Less than six weeks after a sanitation worker found the body of a newborn baby boy floating in the North Creek Canal, tonight Belize City police have yet another case [...]

Chain snatching suspect charged following victim’s I.D.

Her assailant may not have remembered what she looked like, but one Belize City crime victim says she recognised the guy who jacked her chain … and now he’s under [...]

Cops shot at from car; two detained

Belize City police came under fire last night after officers asked the driver of a vehicle to stop. The brazen attack unfolded in the Port Loyola Area around ten on [...]

Shopkeeper shoots back at armed robbers

A couple of armed burglars may have thought they had picked an easy target, but little did they know their victim was armed and dangerous. According to Belize City police, [...]

One defendant cops a plea, another convicted

Two defendants left the Supreme Court as convicted felons today, one pleading guilty and the other judged culpable by a jury of his peers. The guilty plea was entered by [...]

P.U.C. rejects B.E.L. proposed tariff rebalancing

The Public Utilities Commission has delivered its initial decision in the Annual Review Proceedings for Belize Electricity Limited. Released this afternoon, a quick perusal of the document indicates that most [...]

Corozal woman seeks assistance for medical treatment

As any businessperson in Belize City can attest, every week–if not everyday–a steady stream of people visit their establishments seeking financial assistance to pay for medical treatment. While there are [...]

Six contestants seek Ms. Y crown

With apologies to Miss Belize and the Queen of the Bay, if there is any event that can be called the mother of all pageants–make that grandmother of all pageants–it’s [...]

Sr. Cecilia Home celebrates eleventh anniversary

Mother’s Day doesn’t roll around until the thirteenth, but a number of mothers and grandmothers–not to mention grandfathers–were celebrating early this year. News Five’s Janelle Chanona has the story. Janelle [...]