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Two Chinese nationals murdered in Dangriga…

It’s a record number of deaths in the past twenty-four hours. Six persons are dead: three murdered and three others succumbed in a motorcycle accident. But first we go to [...]

… And in Belize City, Kevin Hendy is gunned down

And the third murder victim is a thirty-five year old man who was gunned down on Central American Boulevard at about seven p.m. Monday night. After playing a card game, [...]

3 perish in motorcycle accident in the west

The death toll increased this afternoon when a motorcycle collision on the main Spanish Lookout road left three persons fatally injured. Around twelve-thirty, twenty-one year old Carlos Lopez, a mechanic [...]

A.G. says he will get advice on Bar Resolution

In legal news, Attorney General Wilfred Elrington on Wednesday confirmed to News Five that he has received a resolution approved by the Bar Association in a special session. Elrington says [...]

Compromis before Guatemalan government, says A.G.

Belize is awaiting word from the Guatemalans for the signing of the compromis which sets out the question to be asked in the referendum in respect of the Guatemala claim [...]

AIDS poster boy charged with Attempted Burglary

And in news from the Magistrates’ Court, Errol Fairweather, the poster boy for AIDS, has been charged with Attempted Burglary for breaking into the offices of Alliance Against Aids. Fairweather [...]

American and Chinese nationals charged for Illegal Hunting

Also in the Magistrates’ Court, a U.S. citizen and Asian national have both been charged with Illegal Hunting following last Thursday’s operation by the police and the Forestry Department which [...]

Met office monitoring new water system

There is plenty news to report tonight but first we go to a development in the weather which indicates that another storm is forming in the southwest Caribbean Sea east [...]

Douglas Village under quarantine

And now we turn to the flooding, effective today, all residents of Douglas Village in the Orange Walk District were evacuated due to the possible treat of feet fungi, viral [...]

Kids will stay in schools until December nineteenth

Also relating to the flooding, the Ministry of Education has announced that classes will now continue to December nineteenth to make up time lost when schools closed due to the [...]

NEMO says flood damages so far $22.5 million

And the National Emergency Management Organization has released preliminary estimates on damages caused by tropical depression sixteen. The Initial Damage Assessment Report at the end of October says that there [...]

Byron Lee, dead at seventy-three

We have been following news about the musical icon, Byron Lee and tonight we confirm that Lee succumbed at around eleven-thirty this morning to bladder cancer at the University Hospital [...]

Pen Cayetano’s 9th exhibition to premiere at Mexican Institute

He is known for his creative knack of turning a blank canvas into a work of art and today we caught up with him at the Mexican Institute of Culture. [...]