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Peter King strangles mother-in-law

At the top of our newscast tonight is a most unusual homicide; it happened on Monday night. The suspect is the son-in-law of the victim and a well known chef [...]

Lavern ‘Anti-Christ’ Longsworth charged with murder of common-law

While a son-in-law is accused for the murder of his mother-in-law, Lavern “Anti-Christ” Longsworth is behind bars tonight for the murder of her common-law-husband. Longsworth is the court personality who [...]

Canon Leroy Flowers speaks about media relations with government

On this morning’s Open Your Eyes, our guest was Canon Leroy Flowers from the Anglican Mission, who spoke about the true meaning of Christmas. One of the things he discussed [...]

Belizeans for Justice tells Gov’t to lift ban on free media

Ever since the government suspended “normal relations” with Channel Five, numerous organizations have been quick to strengthen its bond with this independent station. They have generally expressed concern about the [...]

Minister of Sports versus Dr. Chimilio’s FIFA

Bertie Chimilio is the FIFA strongman in Belize. He has survived many attempts to displace him as head of the Football Federation of Belize. This coming weekend, no less than [...]

CGA, CPBL and Banks Holdings at odds over fate of citrus

There’s also more trouble in the citrus industry. The fate of an extraordinary general meeting to be called by the Citrus Growers Association this Friday to oust Dr. Henry Canton [...]

Crocland goes belly up and into receivership

National Transport, the second bus company owned by the Novelo brothers, David and Tony, is not the only business to go belly up.  Croc Land has also gone into receivership. [...]

Belize Natural Energy Partners suing over crude oil profits

The Belize Natural Energy Limited, BNE, is facing a lawsuit by one of its founding directors. The company is one of four parties being sued by Paul Marriott, now the [...]

One more charged for murder of Kaluru Oloungududu

Ten months after security guard, Kaluru Oloungududu was brutally murdered on the job, a third person has been charged. Police today arrested twenty-two year old Talbert Mena of Placencia Village [...]

Canadian Rotarians make the rounds in Belize

The education system in Belize has come under serious scrutiny by people who think that it has not been nearly as effective as it ought to be.  The dropout rate [...]

Rotarian $300,000 U.S. grant helps many communities

Over the past few years the project has seen the construction of several computer labs all across the country where children can learn at their own speed and access their [...]

Toys for Tots bring Santa’s Ho Ho to kids

Christmas is the season for giving. Well, over a hundred students from numerous schools were today made a whole lot happier. The Toys for Tots Committee of the Continental Airlines [...]

‘Tis the Season to be jolly at Channel 5 Christmas Concert

We brought you a week of fabulous prizes on Gimme 5 and on Friday night it was a marathon Christmas Spectacular. The list of performances was a who’s who in [...]

Former National transport employees want to get paid

The heavily indebted bus company owned by the Novelo brothers went under last week. The receivers moved in to take over the assets because the company, National Transport, was not [...]

Back on the road: 9 lives of David and Tony Novelo

But all is not lost for the Novelo brothers, Tony and David. Like cats, they apparently have nine lives. It’s not the first time that a company of theirs went [...]