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Cop returns to duty after interdiction; but where are the rogue cops?

Where is the ring of rogue cops? That is what everyone has been asking ever since the Prime Minister and the Commissioner of Police held a joint press conference on [...]

Jamil Betancourt freed; what happens to Coombs murder case?

Another case that seems to be falling apart relates to the Jason Coombs murder. One person who police wanted was Jamil Betancourt who was captured by Orange Walk police on [...]

Another Bowen and Bowen office robbed

Bowen and Bowen distribution centre in Belize City was jacked last Tuesday morning when it had just opened for business. One week later, its centre in Dangriga was held up [...]

UNESCO concerned about drilling in World Heritage Site

The Belize Barrier Reef is currently on UNESCO’s list of endangered World Heritage Sites. It now faces another threat, a more serious one at that, since the reef could be [...]

Do you think imposing a curfew will help in curbing crime?

The country is under siege by the never-ending violence that invariably ends with loss of lives. The crime figures continue to grow by leaps and bounds and it is often [...]

Parents protest to have principal removed from school

There was a heavy police presence as residents of Santa Familia surrounded the school and protested in its environs over a string of allegations against the principal of the Roman [...]

Raymond Myers charged for stabbing Francis Figueroa to death

Raymond Myers, the man who police were searching for in connection with the stabbing murder of Francis Figueroa, was apprehended today at his Cedar Street home in Belize City.  Police [...]

Glenford Grant charged for murdering his elderly father over a shilling

The family of eighty year-old Clifford Grant, of Oleander Street, is preparing to lay him to rest. Grant was beaten unconscious while at home last Friday by his own son. [...]

Operation Jaguar ridding the streets of criminals

Operation Jaguar was launched this past Monday morning in the City’s hot spots that have fallen under the control of gangs. Combined elements of the police and BDF are doing [...]

Ready Callers talk about catching chicken pox

It is known as one of the biggest call centers that employs hundreds of persons but its purpose for being in the news tonight is for a health reason.  One [...]

U.D.P. claims victory in most village council elections

The United Democratic Party Secretariat today issued a press release claiming victory in twenty-six of thirty-five villages which held elections this past Sunday.  In Corozal North the U.D.P. say they [...]

Mexico offers scholarships to Belizeans

Mexico has long been a good neighbor of Belize when it comes to sharing in cultural and educational opportunities.  Today Marcelino Miranda, the press officer for the Embassy of Mexico [...]

Carmela Lennan wins the Lotto jackpot

A humble woman from the San Ignacio Town, who is known for helping youths in her community, is the first lucky winner since the Lotto resumed. She is Carmela Lennan, [...]

From ‘I will’ to ‘I Do’ Channel 5 will follow you down the aisle

Vanessa Ramos and Julio Escalante are preparing for the walk down the aisle on August twenty- first. But before they say I do, our camera has been following them capturing [...]