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G.O.B. issues stop order on Carnival Cruise Terminal project

The Carnival Cruise Terminal project was heralded as a mega project in the tourism industry that would have spurred economic activity in the south side of the city with a [...]

Thief robs and torches apartment

Arson and robbery are believed to be the motive for a fire this morning in Belize City which left a tenant without his home and all his belongings. A thief [...]

Infant found dead in Newton Barracks area

A startling discovery was made this morning in the area of Newtown Barracks that connects with Marine Parade. Two kids playing in the area where local fishermen sell their catch [...]

Compol reacts to suspension of Sr. Superintendent

Last night we reported that Deputy Officer in Charge of Eastern Division, Senior Superintendent Robert Mariano is on suspension after he was fingered for a case of contraband Jamaican Appleton [...]

3 questioned about missing guns from Customs

And in an update to the missing guns from the Customs storeroom, so far police have questioned a third person in connection with the six missing weapons. The last to [...]

P.M. Barrow: Guatemalan bodega has to go

Incursions in Belizean territory by Guatemalan nationals happen from time to time. There is the well know case of Guatemalan settlers that were eventually removed from Santa Rosa within Belizean [...]

Belizean driver held in fatal accident in Chetumal

Mexican authorities are investigating a traffic fatality that occurred in Chetumal Quintana Roo on Tuesday reportedly involving a Belizean and a Mexican. Very sketchy details indicate to News Five that [...]

Housewife fined $5,000 for abetment

And in news from the courts, a housewife who was found guilty of Abetment to Commit Dangerous Harm last Monday was fined five thousand dollars today by Justice Herbert Lord [...]

Female chain-snatcher charged with theft

Home invasions and robberies are on the increase, in particular at this time of the year in the old capital. And now it appears that women have joined the ranks [...]

14 inducted to Women’s Commission

Gender equality in the workplace and home is something that women have been struggling for since the dawn of time. Over the years some strides have been made but there [...]

B.D.F. soldiers appreciated for outstanding performance

They often go beyond the line of duty and are relied upon to defend our territory and keep our sovereignty intact and today the soldiers that make up the Belize [...]

Intl Women’s Club gives hampers to needy families

It’s a week away from Christmas and while some are making seasonal purchases there are families that can’t afford to do so. But many are doing what they can to [...]

“Cruise with a Mission” offers free medical care

They are back for the second year in a row and if you wanted a free medical check up, today was your lucky day. “Cruise with a Mission” in collaboration [...]

Reverend Lloyd Neal, dead at 64

The Anglican Diocese has announced today the passing of the very reverend Lloyd Neal and the community is mourning the loss of one of its outstanding figures. Reverend Neal served [...]

Tek It or Leave It winner takes home cash and prizes

In a short while at the Bliss, one contestant will get the chance to win ten thousand dollars in cash, that’s plenty money that can come in useful. And all [...]