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Will Rhett Fuller be extradited?

Inside the Courtroom of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Lungole Awich, family members, including Ann Marie, the wife of Rhett Fuller, waited tensely for what appeared to be the last chance [...]

Illegal Guatemalan logger gets time in Court

Twenty year old Guatemalan illegal logger, Evelio Adelso Romero will be spending more time on this side of the border. Romero was detained over the past weekend by Friends of [...]

Jalacte Border closed over alleged incident

While one illegal logger is safely behind bars, there is another report of unease along the Belize/Guatemala border. Residents of southern Belize told News Five earlier today that the Jalacte [...]

Standard & Poors rating for Belize from B to B-

There’s bleak news to report on the financial front. Belize’s foreign currency credit score was downgraded by Standard and Poor’s in early August following government’s acquisition of the Belize Electricity [...]

Would you support legislation to enable same sex marriage?

Tonight’s question is: Would you support legislation to enable same sex marriage? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your vote on our e-poll [...]

Passport of Retired Canadian investor seized by immigration officials without reason

A Canadian, who is a retired investor residing in the Cayo District was detained at the Western border and threatened with arrest by Immigration officials on Monday as he returned [...]

Church holds discussion on UNIBAM

The debate is heating up on a legal challenge on homosexuality. In two weeks litigation in a novel case brought against the Attorney General’s Office by Caleb Orozco and the [...]

Stabbing victim WPC Hyde out of hospital

Police Constable Delia Hyde was released today from the Southern Regional Hospital after she was stabbed twice in the back by her ex-common-law husband.  Hyde was on duty at the [...]

Cops beat man for drinking on job comment

A police sergeant narrowly escaped going to prison today and was granted bail on a charge of wounding. Forty-six year old Jose Ortega was arraigned this morning for an incident [...]

Total Business Solutions owes GST

Businesswoman, Loretta Palacio is in the news tonight for back-payments in GST. Palacio appeared before Senior Magistrate Sharon Frazer where GST personnel requested a payment of eighty-nine thousand, six hundred [...]

Citrus growers will be paid $2 Million soon

There is a resolution in sight for citrus growers whose payments have been delayed by the Citrus Products of Belize Limited because a U.S two million dollar financing facility had [...]

Kim Aikman, New Chamber of Commerce C.E.O.

With the departure of Celine Gomez, a new Chief Executive Officer will take over the reins of the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry. BCCI announced today that its current [...]

Garifuna Book on Barranco Settlement published

Renowned anthropologist Dr. Joseph Palacio, a native of Barranco Village, the southernmost Garifuna enclave in the country, along with Carson Tuttle and Judy Lumb, has spent the past thirty years [...]

Under 17 Softball Team brings back silver

A contingent of high school students returned to Belize today; they were ecstatic and with good reason. The female softballers are restoring luster to the sport. The under seventeen players [...]

Defining guidelines to alleviate alcohol abuse

The statistics on alcohol consumption in Belize are alarming. There is concentrated usage among the youth population and even more startling, are the range of effects that the abuse of [...]

B.E.L. signs agreement for $5.5 Million contract

The Belize Electricity Limited’s Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Locke and the European Union’s Country Representative in Belize Cosimo Lamberti Fossati signed an agreement this morning to implement a three-way initiative [...]