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Questions about mayor’s eligibility in March elections

Until recently, Mayor Zenaida Moya has been considered a force to contend with, but her political fortunes now appear to be quickly frittering away amidst a string of recent scandals [...]

CitCo owes Belize Maintenance Ltd. $1.9 million

And there is more to compound the financial woes of the Belize City Council, which finds itself indebted to the tune of nine million dollars. Viewers will remember the case [...]

Caribe Mariner and captain placed under arrest

The Caribe Mariner, a ship registered in Antigua and Barbuda, was locked off from dockworkers or stevedores at the Port of Belize this afternoon halfway through the loading of industrial [...]

Orange Walk youth murdered in front of friends

A sixteen year old youth is dead after he was stabbed in front of several friends in Orange Walk Town on Thursday evening. The fatal stabbing place while a group [...]

Home burglarized on the Northern Highway

A house was broken into on the Northern Highway on Thursday night, but the thieves never got too far from the scene and had to abandon their get-away vehicle and [...]

Tourist raped on Caye Caulker …

In the island of Caye Caulker, a visiting twenty-seven year old Texan woman claims she was raped last night. According to the victim, she went out for a late dinner [...]

…And Jimmy Espat convicted of raping Canadian tourist

After three hours of deliberations, a jury of seven women and two men today found a man Guilty of Rape. Thirty year-old Jimmy Jerry Espat was convicted of the rape [...]

Man faces seven counts of robbery for separate incidents

A fisherman of King’s Park who is accused of committing two separate hold-ups at different locations was today denied bail after he pleaded not guilty before Chief Magistrate Margaret McKenzie. [...]

Doppler radar officially handed over to Met Service

It has been one year since the Doppler radar arrived in the country and today it was officially handed over to the National Met Service in Ladyville. The football shaped [...]

After numerous run-ins with CitCo, Archie gets licenses

There is an update to the ongoing dispute between businessman Archie Lee and the City Council. Today, Lee called News Five to his business to say that early this morning [...]

UB still getting $1.5 million increase in subvention

This past Wednesday the Student Government of the University of Belize’s City campus hosted a press conference to demand an increase of five million dollars in government subventions to the [...]


In our newscast on Tuesday, we reported that thieves broke into Money Gram’s offices, that its owners were charged late last year with money laundering and that their offices had [...]

Pageant, fairs and more this weekend

It is a weekend packed with fun activities from north to south, including a pageant with a different flavour, fairs, a golden oldie to do and much more so listen [...]