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U.D.P. boots first female mayor to the curb

There is a major political development to report tonight. News Five has been reliably informed by an impeccable source that Mayor Zenaida Moya Flowers has been expelled from the United [...]

Belizean students in Kingston during major battle in Jamrock

But in the Caribbean, latest reports say that the death toll in Jamaica stands at over thirty persons including civilian and security personnel.  The violent outbreak is a reaction to [...]

Trinidad elects its first female P.M.; is Belize ready for the same?

Still in the Caribbean, this past Monday the twin islands of Trinidad and Tobago held early elections and Kamla Persad Bissessar emerged as the first woman to lead the island [...]

Do you think Operation Jaguar is sustainable in the long term?

The criminals appear to have gone under the radar this past holiday weekend. The police blotter is brief and no major crimes have been reported. In fact in the past [...]

NEMO braces for upcoming hurricane season

Preparations for the upcoming hurricane season are currently underway as NEMO officials and meteorologists are working closely to ensure that disaster mitigation remains key on their list for effective crisis [...]

Natural phenomenon makes an appearance in Belize District

If you don’t live in the Ladyville area you may have had only a short glimpse of a water spout, or what can be termed as a mini tornado by [...]

Conman sneaks away with tennis after paying with forged cheque

When he appeared in court today, fifty-two year old Michael Gomez was charged with Obtaining Property by Deception and Uttering and Claiming upon False Documents. Gomez, a resident of Mopan [...]

Man wanted for drug charges caught with more cocaine

Just last week, Tasha Herrera, a mother of two was charged with Drug Trafficking for two point four kilos of cocaine. And on Saturday, her boyfriend Alwyn Gonzalez, was detained [...]

Jamie Palacio goes to court for burglary and to jail for outstanding fines

Twenty-two year old Jamie Palacio today began a three year prison sentence. While he was arraigned for Burglary, his sentence relates to outstanding fines to the courts which caught up [...]

Cacao Festival stirs up the love of chocolate

The cacao can be traced back to the Mayas who are known to have discovered how to convert the fruit into chocolate. There are numerous creative ways in which the [...]

Mother/kidney patient pleads for life saving help

A young mother, whose kidneys failed about two years ago, now has to travel to Guatemala for surgery but she needs the help of the public to get there. Twenty-three [...]

Competition inspires students to keep the sea pristine

There are numerous incidents in recent memory of boats, yachts and just about every type of vessel you can imagine damaging the coral reef system. That, compounded by the problem [...]

The National Festival of Arts 2010 now showing at the Bliss

The National Festival of Arts 2010 was launched today and according to the Institute of Creative Arts, this year’s lineup is quite impressive. Aside from the primary and high school [...]

Yes to I Do’s bride and groom inch closer to the altar

Vanesa Ramos and Julio Escalante are getting ready to say I do. They are the couple that will be married before thousands of television viewers in our first reality show [...]

James Adderley with the latest in sporting statistics

Good Evening I’m James Adderley with this week’s portion of Sports Tuesday. The Caribbean Motors Cup final got off to a roaring start in Dangriga, on Sunday where George Town [...]