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Rufus X disconnected for illegal power supply

He has been surprised with power theft at least three times this month. And this afternoon police and Belize Electricity Board personnel showed up at the home of TV personality [...]

Former school warden continues to protest

The saga of the Good family continued today. The Belize National Teachers Union issued a release today that condemns the firing of Hirian Good from her job as a school [...]

K.H.M.H. investigates death of newborn

On Tuesday we reported that Salome Busano was pointing fingers at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital for the death of her jaundiced baby boy. Busano said she felt that if [...]

Gunshot victim, Thomas Garcia, needs assistance

Ladyville residents, thirty-seven year old Jose Gonzalez and twenty-five year old Thomas Garcia attempted to buy gasoline from the Esso Ramon’s Service Station at closing time last Friday night. After [...]

Fulltime shoplifters get two years for current theft

In court today, two female professional shoplifters were sentenced to an additional two years in jail for stealing a thirteen dollar bottle of Nescafe and a twenty dollar bottle of [...]

Man tells court 91.1 grams of cannabis was for personal use

And Roberto Galvez told the court today: “I want to plea guilty to possession simplicita because I never had weed to sell to any one it was for my personal [...]

Police haul in illegal weapons countrywide

A number of illegal and firearms and ammunition are off the streets in Belize City as well as the west and south of the country. On Wednesday, a police search [...]

Minor abused by bus driver

As disturbing as the reports are, they keep coming and tonight another minor has to live with the horrific memories of a sexual assault. This time the victim is a [...]

Investor rebuilds without insurance payoff

On March twenty-sixth, 2008, an inferno consumed several buildings and the businesses that occupied them in the heart of Albert Street, which is considered the main thoroughfare of Belize City [...]

American Global Med distances itself from phantom school

There are more details that are unraveling about the fictional medical university on the internet known as Charleston College of Medicine. The address provided is Dry Street, Belmopan. News Five [...]

Coast Guard Service recovers its own boat

Four members of the Belize Coast Guard Service are being questioned after a skiff went missing. The incident occurred sometime around six on Wednesday morning when the group finished patrolling [...]

Overturned butane tanker slows traffic

Earlier today, traffic was interrupted on the Western Highway for about two hours, when an LP butane tanker overturned. The tanker was loaded with two thousand gallons of butane and [...]

Police new media policy leaves out important details

But on land, the Police Department is introducing a media policy, which is restrictive of certain information to the media. The Department will now apply the Police Public Information Policy [...]

Attorney explains public’s right to information

But while the police intend to withhold certain data, the Freedom of Information Act also allows for its provision. So striking a balance is where the next challenge will lie. [...]

Memorial service for VH Courtenay

An official memorial service was held Wednesday evening for the late VH Courtenay at St Mary’s Church in Belize City where he practiced his faith. Courtenay died last Saturday morning [...]

Signs and symptoms of A.D.H.D.

Have you heard of A.D.H.D.? It is a disorder that is afflicting at least five percent of the world’s population and the jewel is not exempted. A.D.H.D. is normally detected [...]