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Did the Hungry Monkey entrepreneur take his own life?

A businessman, the co-owner of the Hungry Money located on North Front Street, was found lifeless when the restaurant opened for business this morning. His body was found on a [...]

Daughter of Murder Victim says no more violence

Lord Ridge caretaker, Russel Neal, was well loved. According to friends and family members, he was a kind man. Testimonials were given by others whom he gave shelter when they [...]

Body found in Scotland Halfmoon still unidentified

On Wednesday News Five broke the story about a body that was found in the Belize River Valley.  The discovery was made around four in the evening in an overgrown [...]

Cops believe Crown Victoria occupants were equipped for murder

The cops believe four men were on their way to murder a high profile person when they were busted inside a blue Crown Victoria taxi in front of the Shell [...]

Is it fair for Belizeans to wait 4yrs for Kendall Bridge?

Back in 2008, the Kendall Bridge in southern Belize was washed away by Tropical Arthur. A causeway was built as a temporary measure but whenever the rains cause flooding, the [...]

Sports aficionado passes away

There is word that the Belize City Council today lost one of its most active sports activists and security guards.  Leroy Martinez, who played on the Council’s football, softball and [...]

Bids submitted for news Kendall Bridge

Since the Kendall Bridge was washed away by Tropical Storm Arthur in the first week of June 2008, travelers in the area have been waiting for the replacement bridge. A [...]

Price Waterhouse in Barbados is receiver of Mena Companies

We first broke the story last week regarding the decision of FirstCaribbean Bank to place Fresh Catch and Wood Depot into receivership. Not many details have been available but most [...]

Coye family gets access to account while trial is pending

The Coye family: Melanie Coye, her husband James Gerou; parents Michael and Marlene; brother, Jude and two employees have been accused by the Financial Intelligence Unit of laundering one point [...]

One freed and one convicted for murder of Mirna Sanabria

The trial in the 2008 murder of Mirna Sanabria concluded today and one of the co-defendants left the courtroom a free man while the other was hauled back to prison. [...]

Ministry of Foreign Affairs hopes to open opportunities Canada

Turning to trade, negotiations for a CARICOM/Canada Trade Agreement go back to 2007 and are now in the second round. Today the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade held [...]

Poverty alleviation project underway

Earlier in the newscast we told you that the new Kendall Bridge will take another two years to build. And Just in case you were wondering about the other promised [...]

Boots says cemetery will come with time

Three weeks ago the Belize City Council announced its plans to open a new cemetery at mile thirteen on the Western Highway.  The need for a new burial site has [...]

Edwin Carrington receives the Order of Distinction

In news from the region, he is a well known face in the Caribbean, the Secretary-General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM).  Edwin Carrington is also a recipient of the Order [...]