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Leader of opposition John Briceño resigns

Orange Walk Central People’s United Party Leader John Briceño resigned today. Briceño became the leader of the P.U.P. in March of 2008. The Orange Walk Central standard bearer brought hopes [...]

PM comments on Briceño’s departure and Mark Espat

Briceño remains as the elected representative of Orange Walk Central. But his departure as Leader of the Opposition did not escape the ears of Prime Minister Dean Barrow. In addition [...]

Midday murder of Businessman; motive is robbery

City gangs may be working on peace amongst each other but violent crime on productive citizens it appears is on the rise. On Wednesday night, a Sandhill store owner was [...]

Unidentified man in Stann Creek chopped up

It is the start of the weekend, and unfortunately there is another murder to report, this time in the Stann Creek District. While details are still sketchy and police investigations [...]

Global Homicide Report places Belize at 6 in rate increase

The rate of murder in the Caribbean and Central America is near crisis point. And with today’s murders, the count for 2011 is now at one hundred and six.  And [...]

Accident on Western Highway

While heading to the international football game in the Capital, our news crew came upon an accident on the Western Highway. A traffic mishap was reported this afternoon near mile [...]

John Saldivar talks to News Five about 9th Amendment

On Thursday night we showed you how the national consultations on the proposed ninth amendment concluded in the capital city of Belmopan. The views on the road show are mixed [...]

Teenager charged for Attempted Murder

A Belize City teenager was remanded to the Central Prison late on Thursday evening after being arraigned on three criminal charges for allegedly shooting twenty-six year old Keith Cleland on [...]

6 receive bail at Supreme Court for alleged crimes

It was a good day for at least six persons who were granted bail at the Supreme Court today. They included men, women and two minors who appeared this morning [...]

Without a Trace; 51 year old parent missing

For almost a month, fifty-one year old Wilford Arnold has not contacted his family. He was last seen on September eighth, the day before he was expected to head out [...]

Mexico and Belize celebrate agreement of 140 scholarships

One hundred and forty Belizeans have received scholarships from CONALEP in Mexico as part of an educational and technical cooperation agreement between the two countries. Today marked twenty years since [...]

Mexico launches SIRME for Mexicans in Belize

The Mexican government has also announced a new system called SIRME, which allows Mexican nationals living in Belize and other countries to register for consular assistance from anywhere in the [...]

Crocodile Dundees get a grant to save crocs

The American Crocodile Education Sanctuary in Toledo was burned to the ground in September 2010, by an angry mob of Mayan Villagers, who were convinced by a psychic that the [...]

Government destroys genetically modified corn seeds

ACES may be trying to save some crocs but another initiative is underway to destroy some corn.  Genetically Modified Organisms or GMO’s have been a hot button issue lately for [...]

Sports Friday with James Adderley; Grenada wins football

Belize won two nil in its first match up with Grenada on the football field. Grenada’s national team came to Belize today to exact its revenge with a team beefed [...]

National Team prepares for Tuesday game in Guatemala

The Grenada game is the past and the Belize National Football Selection does not have any time to rest. That is because on Tuesday next week, the team will have [...]