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Midday robbery at Discovery Expeditions

Two days after police spoke of their new crime fighting strategy thieves proved that they were not deterred by the warning cops sounded. Today just before midday three thieves armed [...]

Strike puts cane season on hold… indefinitely

There is strong talk coming tonight from the Belize Cane Farmers Association in day four of a strike involving three entities in the sugar cane industry and the introduction of [...]

Colonial law may cripple case against Westerhaven

We report tonight that there is a serious snag in the government’s case against the owners of the Westerhaven and it all has to do with our colonial past. The [...]

Man injured in explosion released from hospital

And in an update to the explosion late Thursday afternoon at the Tourism Village, there is some good news to report as the boat captain, Shawn Rosado, who was injured [...]

B.D.F. turns 31yrs and holds open day

It was no regular day for the B.D.F., the men entrusted to protect our sovereignty celebrated the thirty-first birthday of the force at their headquarters in Ladyville. The force has [...]

Man loses $9,000 in elaborate scam

Police are looking for several suspects after a San Pedro businessman was swindled out of nine thousand dollars. The report, a tangled tale of extortion, came from sixty year old [...]

3 charged with Conspiracy to Commit Murder of Shomans

Three persons who had planned an attack against the family of businessman, Jose Shoman last December have been slapped with additional charges of Conspiracy to Commit Murder. Thirty-three year old [...]

Ministry of Works plans to pave more streets

Last year’s historic flooding has been providing the Ministry of Works with ample repairs and new projects. According to Ministry C.E.O., Cadet Henderson, government has millions of dollars currently invested [...]

Motivational speaker inspires insurance agents

It takes a special person to lift up and motivate others to action. But today at the launch of their 2009 Sales Campaign, the employees of Sagicor Capital Life got [...]

Kiwanis Club reemerges to continue social work

You may have not heard lately of Kiwanis Club International, but its members work to revitalize neighborhoods and perform countless projects to help children and communities. Kiwanis Club Belize’s main [...]

Free medical treatment for children with club foot

There is hope for children that have born with a defect called Club Foot. About twenty infants are born every year with this problem and now for the first time, [...]

Safiyyah tells us where to find excitement

From north to south, activities are picking up pace and Saffiyah has details of fun events you can chose from for a relaxing and enjoyable weekend. Hey I’m Safiyyah and [...]

Attorney for former PM says evidence is insufficient…

Former Prime Minister Said Musa appeared in court this morning accompanied by a battery of nine lawyers for the preliminary inquiry in the case of Theft against him last year. [...]

…And Musa’s case adjourned until February tenth

But while the matter may take some time for Magistrate Earl Jones to review, as far as the Director of Public Prosecutions, Cheryl-Lynn Branker-Taitt, is concerned, the series of events [...]

Christine Perriott seeking legal advice over firing

Christine Perriott is out of City Hall, but not necessarily out of Mayor Zenaida Moya’s hair. The former Human Resources Director confirmed today that she has received her termination letter [...]

Cane Farmers Association continues strike

There might be a breakthrough in the strike by cane farmers in the north. And this evening, Chairman of the Sugar Industry Control Board, Nemencio Acosta, told News Five that [...]

Explosion at Tourism Village injures one

An explosion sent various persons scurrying at the Fort Street Tourism Village late this evening. A young boatman was injured at the docking port of terminal four while workers at [...]

Former Peppers Pizza employee caught breaking in

A popular pizza parlor was burglarized on Wednesday night by someone who knew the business well. Just before midnight this past Wednesday, Stephen Roberts, the owner of Peppers Pizza, received [...]

Westerhaven offered bail of $6.5 million

In last night’s newscast we reported that the cargo ship, Westerhaven that ran aground on the reef on January thirteenth, was still under arrest at Anchorage. But it seems that [...]

Predatory Lionfish sighted in Belizean waters

The Westerhaven has not been the only one to cause damage to the Barrier Reef. There is another case we reported on January twenty-third in which Duane Miller, the owner [...]

City man pulls gun on ex-girlfriend

In news from the courts, a squabble between a Belize City woman and her former boyfriend has landed the man in police custody. Thirty-one year old Kenisha Velasquez of Central [...]

2 tourists robbed and stabbed in Caye Caulker

A Caye Caulker man was today remanded into custody for a robbery in which two vacationing women were injured on Monday. The two Canadian tourists, Valerie Walker and Sofia Stefanio, [...]

Rotary holds Gift of Life clinic for kids

Heart diseases are often deadly and medical science has shown they are non-discriminatory and can afflict young and old. In Belize there is one organization whose trademark is to help [...]

Healthy Living explores the causes of snoring

It’s a disorder that is regarded more as a nuisance than a health problem. It is more common in men than it is in women and while most carry on [...]

Christine Perriott fired; Moya cites workers petition as reason

Round one of the controversy between Christine Perriott and Zenaida Moya has gone the mayor’s way… at least for now. And Perriott is no longer an employee of the Belize [...]