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Mega Bingo is the game for Lucky Player

On Wednesday night a housewife hit the one hundred and thirteen thousand and fifteen dollars Mega Bingo Progressive Jackpot. Today she headed to the Mega Bingo office to collect the [...]

Healthy Living is pained by kidney stones

Kidney Stones are common enough for most people to know about them. In fact, for a person who has passed stones, vivid memories of the excruciating pain make for a [...]

9th Amendment Consultation Road Show moves to Cayo

It went under the radar due to the passing and state funeral of the Right Honorable George Price. But the consultations on the Ninth amendment resume this evening in San [...]

Will there be a charge for rape of 4 year old?

The recent rape of a four year old pre-school girl has left the community numb. The sexual abuse was reported since last Friday when the mother of the child went [...]

Collateral damage of Street War; 16 year old shooting victim clings to life

We reported on Tuesday night on the brazen shooting of a sixteen-year-old minor near one of the busiest arteries in the city. One bullet penetrated his head and exited on [...]

Murder and attempted suicide case, but person of interest out of country

Nineteen year old Maritza Janet Santos of San Ignacio was killed on Friday night at the home of twenty six year old Michael Silva. It is believed that Silva took [...]

Are there loopholes in Telecommunications Act?

On Tuesday, the Ministry of Police announced that the mandatory registration of cell phones begins on October eleventh. The announcement caught many by surprise because it was not contemplated in [...]

Act will allow access to property and has the potential abuse

The interception of communications and the retention of information by telephone companies is an interference with constitutional rights of citizens. Such breaches can only be done if justified and authorized [...]

Attorneys say Phone Registration won’t be a deterrent to crime

In respect of phone registration, the attorneys concluded that it won’t be a deterrent to crime because criminals will find ingenious ways to beat the system. Dean Molina, Attorney “To [...]

Belize Amateur Athletics Association in controversy

Now that the controversy between the government and the Football Federation of Belize is being worked out, another sporting association is in turmoil. The presidency of the Belize Amateur Athletics [...]

50 year old Edward Buller convicted of Manslaughter

Fifty year old Edward Buller, convicted of the 2008 manslaughter of Honduran national Ella May Bennett, was today sentenced to sixteen years in prison by Supreme Court Justice Adolph Lucas.  [...]

SMART ready to register phones in accordance with new law

As you are aware, the government is regulating ownership of cellular phones. That means that everyone in your family who owns a cell phone will need to register it, whether [...]

Crime Stoppers in Belize

Belize is one of thirty-seven countries that have a Crimestoppers hotline to receive tips on criminal activity. The program started in 2004 and there have always been lingering concerns about [...]

Crime Stoppers Miami Detectives explain how service remains anonymous

The detectives Aida Fina-Milian and Barbara Chavez gave further details on how the tipsters remain anonymous while Alex MacDonald, the Global Vice President of Crimestoppers International told us that the [...]

Stolen items recovered after Venezuelan Embassy burglary

The Venezuelan Embassy located in Belmopan was broken into last Thursday and a large assortment of items was stolen. It is the second embassy to be burglarized in the past [...]

Give blood and save lives

There was a blood drive today for residents and offices of Coney Drive organized by PAHO/WHO. The initiative was held to replenish the depleting blood bank of the Belize Blood [...]

Ride Across Belize and fundraise for charitable cause

In June the Belize Social Security Board staged its eighth annual Ride Across Belize.  Every year the S.S.B. makes a notable monetary donation to a charitable organization while it promotes [...]

Still fresh the day after, Duets!!

KTV Duets returned to the Bliss on Tuesday with the biggest showdown of the season as the Groups A and B merged for the semi-finals. Six duos remain in the [...]

Mother of 4 year old rape victim wants justice

Rape is one of the most heinous crimes that can be committed and tonight there is growing public outrage over the sexual abuse of a four year old girl and [...]

Police say not enough evidence; but will collect DNA

And while the mother feels alone and is calling on the authorities to do everything in their power, the police say they are not sitting back idly. The Police Department [...]

16 year old shot in the head because he lived in zone

Another minor was shot in the city; it happened in the height of the rush hour near the traffic lights on Freetown Road. Police won’t confirm, but word on the [...]

Suspect murdered before his court date

While Justin Teck is holding on to life, two other persons were murdered over the weekend. Forty-six year old Floyd Ifield Davis was expected to appear in court on charges [...]

Murder and Attempted Suicide in Cayo

The other murder, a crime of passion, occurred in the west at the start of the weekend. On Friday night, a young woman was murdered and the alleged killer attempted [...]

Family Funeral for Price at Holy Redeemer

The Right Honorable George Cadle Price was laid to rest on Monday after a week of national mourning. Thousands paid their last respects to the first prime minister, whose casket [...]

Thousands at Independence Hill for State Funeral

The official ceremony at Independence Hill on Monday was equally moving. Price received the highest accolades from the Belize and other governments across the hemisphere. News Five’s Andrea Polanco reports [...]