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Govt agencies to sue for US$15 million for reef damage

The full extent of the damage caused when a cargo vessel went aground, has been described as one of the worst ever to our reefs, the longest living in the [...]

9 acres of sea surveyed for sale news to Lands Dept.

News Five broke the story on Thursday night that nine acres of open sea a few miles from San Pedro Town has been surveyed for the Eiley family of San [...]

Former minister’s attorney confident of his vindication…

Former P.U.P. Minister, Ralph Fonseca was back in court today for the preliminary inquiry in a charge of Theft placed against him on December fifth. Despite all the drama and [...]

…While D.P.P. is confident of his conviction

But equally as confident about a conviction was D.P.P. Branker-Taitt, who also did not divulge why the matter was again adjourned. Cheryl-Lynn Branker-Taitt, Dir of Public Prosecutions “Both sides had [...]

Blame it on La Niña says Chief Met Officer over rains

Belize has been experiencing a very wet cold front in the last couple of days. The constant rains have caused the usual flooding of low lying areas in various parts [...]

Several traffic accidents caused by wet roads

Rains in the past few days have been causing slippery roads and highways and a taxi driver lost his life and two others are badly injured following a head-on collision [...]

No arrests in Thursday’s daring robbery/abduction

In an update to our lead story on Thursday night on a robbery that caused a five car pile up, a shootout and kidnapping… police say they continue their investigations [...]

Man charged for setting ex-common-law’s house ablaze

A former security guard appeared in court this morning and was promptly charged with Arson. He is twenty-nine year old Nathaniel Thomas who is accused of setting on fire the [...]

Grace Kennedy employee wanted for missing $50,000

Police are seeking an employee of Grace Kennedy for questioning. According to the company’s finance manager, between June and October 2008 accounts manager Leon Staine collected over fifty thousand dollars [...]

Burglars score over $14,000 from Madisco

Another business is missing big money tonight after someone broke into their premises overnight. Supervisor at the Belmopan branch of Madisco, Linda Escalante, told police that the burglary occurred between [...]

Guatemalan labourer found with Mayan Artifacts

It’s not often you hear of the charge of ‘failure to produce license to possess or have in custody or control any ancient monument or antiquity. Today, a Guatemalan labourer [...]

Two more men imprisoned for carnal knowledge

The police department has made two arrests in the southernmost and northern districts in regards to separate incidents of carnal knowledge. Forty-six year old Andres Makin, a farmer of San [...]

Fire destroys home in Independence

A family in the south is homeless after a fire completely destroyed their home. Around seven-thirty on Thursday, thirty-three year old Otilia Ferrel was inside her house in the Bonesville [...]

K.H.M.H. seeking help to identify patient

And this news. The Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital is seeking assistance in locating the family of a patient that has been in the General Surgical Ward for the past three [...]

Belize Bank debit card holders win thousands in cash

There are three lucky persons that are laughing all the way to the bank tonight and that is because this morning the cardholders of the Belize Bank won thousands of [...]

“Mary’s Story” encore to at the Bliss Saturday night

There’s a show this Saturday night that you can’t miss at the Bliss. It’s a production by the Trinity Assembly of God and church members who will be showing up [...]

Back from Orange Walk, Safiyyah has the weekend rundown

Safiyyah is back in our studios and there’s plenty going on this weekend. And this What’s Happening Belize has something special for you to look forward to later this month. [...]