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Coye will be arrested for theft in Putt-Putt scam

The scandals that have swirled around officials of the former P.U.P. government have centered largely around the millions of dollars in public funds spent on the private debt of Universal [...]

Tourism Village destroys boardwalk to thwart court ruling

If you’re sick and tired of hearing about the back and forth over some walls at the Tourism Village, don’t worry, you’re not alone. But between the fight on Fort [...]

Two homicides reported in Cayo District

Two men are dead but for a change the homicides were not committed on the streets of Belize City. The latest incident occurred shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning in [...]

City shooting has cops seeking two suspects

It may not have been a case of murder, but a Belize City youth came close last night when he was shot three times on Victoria Street. Twenty year old [...]

Youth chopped over missing gun

A student was viciously attacked at his home around three on Wednesday afternoon by a group of six thugs looking for a gun which one of them either lost or [...]

H.R.C.U. has another big year for members

It is Belize’s largest publicly owned financial institution and last night’s annual general meeting of the Holy Redeemer Credit Union did not disappoint its forty thousand members. The institution reported [...]

FirstCaribbean looking for unsung heroes

It’s been five years running and for four of those years, outstanding Belizeans have won the title of the region’s Unsung Hero in a programme sponsored by FirstCaribbean International Bank. [...]

Musicians, government join to promote peace

Violence is increasingly coming to dominate our society and while everyone has a different idea how we can solve the problem, it is also clear that only a unified approach [...]

Band Fest will rock Orange Walk this weekend

The music may not be dancehall, reggae, or soca but people will still be rocking this weekend in Orange Walk. News five’s Kendra Griffith reports. Kendra Griffith, Reporting From north [...]