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He helped his neighbour … only to be shot dead

A Belize City man who came to the aid of a neighbour in trouble has been rewarded with a bullet to the head. News Five’s Marion Ali reports on the [...]

Two wounded in city shooting

In other crime news, two young men—one a teenaged bystander—were injured in a shooting in Belize City over the weekend. According to police, around nine on Monday night the intended [...]

One charged, one convicted in separate rapes

A man from the Stann Creek District has been arrested for the rape of his eight year old daughter. On March eighth the child and her mother reported to Independence [...]

Eight charged, three sought in drug plane case

Over the holiday weekend following the dramatic landing of a drug plane on the Northern Highway, police have arrested eight men and are looking for three others. According to investigators, [...]

Chief Justice says the wall must come down

It may not have blossomed into a major public controversy, but to the business people who have invested millions at the mouth of the Haulover Creek, the issue of the [...]

W. Hwy. accident leaves S.U.V. in a bind

Bad weather over the weekend made for slick road conditions which produced a number of minor traffic accidents … but one stood out. This was the scene Sunday morning between [...]

Some taxis unhappy with new Tourism Village rules

This morning it was not business as usual for some taxi drivers at Terminal Four at the Fort Street Tourism Village. They claim they were being kept from making their [...]

“Poor and Famous” hold kite contest

Roughly seventy-five students from the Collet constituency capitalized on Sunday’s strong winds by participating in a kite flying contest. The event was organised by the Poor and Famous Culture Club [...]

Cancer Society receives donation

For over a decade the Belize Cancer Society has been fighting a war on this notorious killer. This morning they got some ammunition from Scotiabank in the form of five [...]

Pre-schoolers kick off their own festival of arts

March is observed as Child Stimulation Month, a time when the need for preschool education is emphasized and the students’ skills highlighted. Last year, as a means of showcasing the [...]

Marlon wins Belmopan race without best bike

Good evening I’m James Adderley and we’re certainly glad you could join us for this delivery of Sports Monday. The twenty-sixth Annual Cititrust Belmopan Cycle Classic reigned supreme on the [...]