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FIFA’s President tells government not to meddle in its affairs

FIFA’s president Joseph Sepp Blatter touched down in Belize for only a few hours on Wednesday; he arrived and left on a private plane heading to Nicaragua. The visit, albeit [...]

Tertiary level students march across Belize City for Peace

Last week, Prime Minister Dean Barrow announced the introduction of tough new anti-crime laws.  But the violence and lawlessness continue unabated and criminals roam and kill with relative ease. So [...]

Matthew Moore charged for murder of Andrew Moses

While the U.B. students protested the violence, one man was taken to court to face charges for one of the many murders in Belize City. It was a shock to [...]

B.D.F. blows up clandestine airstrip used for narco-trafficking

In the fight against drugs, last year News Five joined the Belize Defence Force as they destroyed a marijuana plantation in a field in the Orange Walk District. While those [...]

Customs investigating Eric Chang’s vehicle

City councilor Eric Chang is tonight the subject of an investigation by the Customs & Excise Department following a raid on his home on Wednesday night.  While Chang was not [...]

After losing convention, Joe Coye blasts his party. Sour grapes?

  Is it a case of a fox and the sour grapes? According to Joe Coye who lost terribly to Anthony Mahler last Sunday in the Caribbean Shores, it is [...]

Mayor Moya down, but not out

Joe Coye is not the only one at a crossroads in politics. Mayor Zenaida Moya Flowers intended to run for national office but her party put a spanner in the [...]

Mayor said the B.E.L. disconnection was uncalled for

City Hall had a tough day on Wednesday; it landed itself a black eye after B.E.L. pulled the plug bright and early for unpaid bills. The Belize City Mayor, Zenaida [...]

Serial criminal, Michael “Crazy” Arnold, gets some prison time

In the courts, Michael “Crazy” Arnold allegedly went on a weekend rampage in September 2010, terrorizing several Ladyville residents. His crime spree ended with him being badly beaten and facing [...]

Research Institute partners with city high school

The Petters Research Institute, founded by Dr. Arlie Petters, one of Belize’s most famous and brightest sons, partnered today with the Belize High School.  The B.H.S. opened its door only [...]

He won over $57,000 from Lotto

Tonight, fifty-nine year old Angel Santos Tillett is a happy camper. Tillett’s bank account has grown by fifty-seven thousand, three hundred and seventy-five dollars after he hit the lotto jackpot, [...]

Healthy Living gets medicated at the Pharmacy

Pharmacists are experts in medications. They offer advice on how to take the meds, what it will do for you or if there is any reaction to be expected.    Their [...]