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Special Branch Cop questioned about counterfeit notes

Tonight Belize City police have one of their own in detention after he was busted with sixteen thousand U.S counterfeit notes. The thirty nine year old Sergeant, who is attached [...]

OAS employee car jacked in Guatemala

News Five has learn that on May fourteenth, an OAS employee working at the adjacency zone was the victim of an armed holdup by criminals posing as Mexicans.  According to [...]

Down Marcel Cardona on CTV says he’s not resigned from U.D.P.

Area Representative for Orange Walk East, Marcel Cardona’s vehicle was towed away from his law practice in Orange Walk on Tuesday afternoon. The police arrived and without any fuss, took [...]

Church joins Court Case in which UNIBAM wants gay rights

A case filed against the Attorney General’s Office by the United Belize Advocacy Movement (UNIBAM) and its Executive President, Caleb Orosco, has grown into a major cultural battle, involving international [...]

Taxing taxi operators; new trade license pulls brakes on cab drivers

The imposition of a new tax is normally met with opposition, especially at a time when most people are finding it hard to make ends meet. So when news spread [...]

Human trafficking again; Immigration Department center of scandal

There is credible information that two Chinese nationals are being held in connection with a stash of passports that have been confiscated. The two men, one allegedly from Caye Caulker [...]

San Pedro resident busted with lots of marijuana

A maroon Mitsubishi car with Guatemalan license plate appeared suspicious to Cayo cops. The car was intercepted on the Benque Viejo Road in San Ignacio Town. It was driven by [...]

Maya Belize Recycling Company employees busted for possession of copper

Today three members of the top level management of the Maya Belize Recycling Company were before to the courts to answer to criminal and immigration charges. Manager of the company, [...]

Stabbing victims lose case

A woman was stabbed numerous times on September twelfth, 2009.  During that incident her two children were also injured during this dispute with their neighbors. Their wounds have healed, but [...]

Smog over the capital; Education Ministry monitoring the classroom

The forest fires in the Cayo District blanketed Belize City on Tuesday morning.  But for weeks Public Service Officers in the Capital have been feeling the effects of the carbon [...]

Which districts have the highest HIV infections?

The HIV/AIDS statistics are improving locally. As we reported in our newscast on Tuesday night, the number of new infections is going down, but the study notes that the Belize [...]

Allegations of police brutality

What started out as ‘woman fumfum’ ended up with arrests and allegations of police brutality.  That’s right; a small quarrel between the daughters of two families on Sunday evening ended [...]

Farmers train in proper use of pesticides

Farmers use pesticides to destroy harmful organisms that attack their crops, but those pesticides also pose health risks to humans. As an initiative to increase food safety for the local [...]