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Peaceful protest ends in police violence

A school warden and her husband protested in downtown Belize City today. It was over her firing, which she claims was political. Her husband, Charlie Good, has a reputation as [...]

Price of fuel at the pump goes up

You may not have noticed unless you asked, but the price of fuel quietly changed at the pumps on Monday. And the bad news is that it went up and [...]

Two men charged for murder of Alberto Allen

Two men were taken to court this morning for the homicide of Alberto Braddick Allen. The City’s latest murder victim was stabbed multiple times and had a gunshot to the [...]

Phantom med school’s web of deceit

We reported on Tuesday about a second phantom Medical school that claimed to be operating in the country. The first fictional operation was the University of Central America School of [...]

House meeting to table 3 bills for first reading

The House of Representatives will convene next week. The upcoming sitting departs from the usual practice of Friday sessions and will sit on Monday, August twenty-fourth. There are three bills [...]

The other side and lane of Ladyville bus dispute

On Tuesday, News Five aired a story about a hostile incident between two bus drivers; one from Skai’s Bus Company and the other from Flores Bus company – both who [...]

Stabbed 13 times but victim refuses to testify

And in court news, he was stabbed thirteen times to the body and lived to tell the tale, but twenty-eight year old Erlin Neal, a driver and resident of Magazine [...]

Statistically speaking, police say crime rate decreased

The Crime statistics for the period January to August fifteenth have been released. While the records show that major crimes decreased compared to the same period in 2008, the numbers [...]

Telemedia awards 14 scholarships to deserving students

From a total of three hundred and seventy applications, fourteen deserving students from across the country were awarded scholarships to the high schools of their choice. It’s the eighteenth year [...]

Mother of kidney patient pleas for help

Having a child usually brings changes to a person’s life. This is true for twenty-one year old Tifarah Castillo, and the changes she is experiencing are taking a serious toll [...]

Mother claims negligence for death of newborn

There is another allegation that a baby is dead as a result of negligence at one of Belize’s hospital. This time, the mother, Salome Busano is accusing the attending doctor [...]

September celebrations calendar released

September is only a couple weeks away and that signals the beginning of a festive month of celebrations. In case you haven’t marked your calendar, listen up because the September [...]