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Arthur Innes Barrow, PM’s father, passes away

Arthur Innes Barrow, the father of the Prime Minister, died today shortly after noon. The eighty-five year old passed away at Belize Medical Associates following a stroke he suffered earlier [...]

African money order scam reaches Belize Postal Service

Early in the week, fake Belize Water Services and Telemedia cheques were popping up around the country. And tonight there is another scam to report, it is more complex, the [...]

New hospital in San Ignacio operational

The official inauguration is still in the planning stage but the newly constructed San Ignacio Town Hospital is already in operation. With some minor final touches being completed, the opening [...]

House burns down on Regent Street

A fire erupted in the wee hours of the morning and the only person left homeless is the elderly man, who is also under suspicion for the blaze. The fire [...]

Man charged for weed in prison cell

A prison inmate serving time for Robbery got himself in more hot water when he was busted with weed. Twenty-six year old Noel Herrera was found with four ounces of [...]

Accused robber charged in Magistrates’ Court

Also in court, twenty-nine year old Randy Williams learned his fate. The Ladyville labourer is spending his first night at the Hattieville Prison after he was denied bail for allegedly [...]

David Moralez gets clobbered for unwanted advances

His romantic advances in public may have been more than is acceptable and tonight forty-six year old David Moralez is free only because he managed to meet bail. Moralez, a [...]

Former pastor tells his side of Baptist property case

On Wednesday, News Five reported on a court case involving the Baptist Association of Belize and former Pastor, Percy Lewis regarding a parcel of land. Justice Oswell Legall ruled in [...]

Moises Acertuna survives after undergoing surgery

In January of this year, eight year old Moises Acertuna was in a horrific traffic accident in Corozal Town. His digestive track was severed and his chances to live looked [...]

Domestic violence statistics released

Cases of Domestic Violence often go unreported and in instances when they are, they are often withdrawn. But there are statistics available on the number that actually made it to [...]

Hirian says new job wasn’t “Good” enough

The saga of Charles and Hirian Good remains in the news. Former school warden, Hirian, was terminated from her job on August fourth by Minister of Education, Patrick Faber, due [...]

Military Tattoo this Friday evening

Hold on to your seats because this year’s National Military Tattoo promises to knock your socks off. The annual event takes its rightful place each year on the September calendar [...]

Junior and senior bands prepare for carnival

Preparations for this year’s Carnival Parade are well underway and junior and senior bands throughout the city are energized for the road march set for September nineteenth. Pre-judging for the [...]

Healthy Living explores the causes of jaundice

Health experts say that the majority of babies are born with jaundice. But did you know that newborns with this health condition are at their most critical period in the [...]