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Cayo villager stabbed, bludgeoned to death

For the second time this week, detectives in the Cayo District have a murder on their hands. But as News Five’s Jacqueline Godwin reports, while the victim was discovered yesterday, [...]

Chinese Association offers reward to catch killer

And while cops in Camalote are chasing down that lead in the Rivas case, according to San Ignacio police they’ve hit a dead end in the investigation to solve the [...]

Suspect arrested for Belize City child rape

Two weeks ago, an eleven year old girl’s disturbing report that she had been abducted and raped made a lot of parents nervous. Tonight police believe they’ve cracked the case, [...]

Alleged shooter charged with weapon violations

In news from the courtroom, this afternoon a Belize City man arrested over the weekend for shooting at police, has been charged. Thirty-two year old Alfred Smith appeared before Acting [...]

Driver fined for causing death by careless conduct

Meanwhile, a Belize City driver who pled guilty to Causing Death by Careless Conduct this week has been fined for the offence. Justo Reyes appeared before Justice Adolph Lucas today [...]

Catholic/Anglican schools support free textbook project

Government’s plan to provide free textbooks to primary school students has met as much criticism as praise. The formal announcement came at the end of June and on Monday the [...]

Artists challenged to find creativity

Belizean talent has never been in short supply, but according to the experts creativity is usually a challenge. With that in mind, over the next two months local artists are [...]

Belize City woman celebrates 102nd birthday

For some people, a birthday is just another day, but even those naysayers can agree that surviving one hundred and two years on earth is cause for celebration. Kendra Griffith, [...]

Big and Fabulous to take centre stage next week

Two weeks ago, the Bird’s Isle boasted a capacity crowd of spectators there to watch the Big and Beautiful pageant. Tonight, the organisers of a similar event are hoping for [...]

PACT Foundation awards grants to six groups

It might seem strange, but for a number of years the United States has been paying Belize, and several other nations in the region, not to cut down trees. The [...]