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Police process vehicle allegedly linked to murder of Neisa Pipersburgh

Late this afternoon, police were reportedly processing a vehicle believed to have been linked to the murder of nineteen old Neisa Pipersburgh. The vehicle, a small red car, is being [...]

Daniel “Danny” Anderson arraigned for murder of Joyce Mitchell

In the other murder last week, police believe they have the man who cold-bloodedly murdered nineteen year old Joyce Mitchell in front of her Sibun Street home a week ago. [...]

Employees trustees meet with B.T.L. employees

This past June fourteenth, the Court of Appeal handed down a legal victory for Telemedia workers when it ruled in a case brought by Dean Boyce and Keith Arnold on [...]

Telemedia management sent bulleting questioning validity of trust

Smith further told News Five that the Telemedia management sent out a seven point bulletin to its employees questioning the validity of the trust despite the recent court ruling, which [...]

Do you think that the independence of the Judiciary is at risk?

For some time there appears to be fundamental differences between the Executive and the Judiciary. It became even more glaring in the last few days when the Bar Association took [...]

Sick day for Ladyville teachers on last day of school

In the recent past there have been numerous teachers and parents that have gone public with their woes over school management. Well, classes break on Friday but who said there [...]

Harmonyville’s 800 applicants get an acre in planned community

The Belize Grass Roots Youth Empowerment Association has been in the media spotlight on several occasions lately.  The group organized a protest in Belmopan after the death of a teacher [...]

NTUCB says gov’t can’t afford to ignore coalition

On Wednesday, Elsa Paz, San Pedro’s U.D.P. mayor announced that she is joining the Coalition to Save Our Natural Heritage, the fast growing group that is calling for a ban [...]

Hands Across the Sand in solidarity with ban on oil concessions

While the NTUCB, B.T.I.A., COLA, and other coalition members prepare for discussions with government, they are also continuing their outreach and education campaign with the public.  This weekend lobster festivals [...]

After found living with her boyfriend, mother says daughter was abducted

In the courts, twenty- year old Hector Fajardo, a farmer of Lucky Strike, was arraigned this morning on one count of abduction.  The victim’s mother is alleging that between June [...]

Leon Wallace pleaded guilty to Handling Stolen Goods

Also in court, nineteen year old year old Leon Wallace pleaded guilty to Handling Stolen Goods. He was initially charged with Burglary for a break-in at the home of Rosa [...]

No foul play suspected in death of Marie Dawson

On Wednesday night we reported that a woman had been found dead at her house. The autopsy conducted on the body of sixty-eight year old Marie Dawson suggests that she [...]

“Dudus” Coke arrives in New York to be charged

In news from New York, Jamaican gang leader Christopher “Dudus” Coke arrived there under tight security to face charges that he flooded the East Coast with shipments of cocaine and [...]

St. Joseph students find their muse in art

Classes end tomorrow for primary schools across the country; but today we found one school where the students were putting their energy at work. At St. Joseph Primary school the [...]

Healthy Living looks at the causes and symptoms of Hepatitis

Contagious diseases can spread quickly so the need for proper hygiene is critical. Hepatitis is one of the many infectious viruses that affects the population. The disease can go undetected [...]