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Married Pastor and Principal’s relationship with student

There is a serious allegation being made against the principal of a high school in Belmopan. A parent of a teen has alleged that the principal had sex with her [...]

Pastor texts confession to News 5

In an update to this story; News Five and Channel Seven have been attempting to communicate with Willacey while he was sending messages to his attorney.  News Five also sent [...]

Uproar as Port suspends outspoken stevedore

A brief standoff between the management of the Port of Belize and career stevedore Raymond Rivers, an outspoken advocate for the rights of dockworkers, led to a temporary delay in [...]

Port Receiver explains why stevedore was suspended

According to Arturo Vasquez, the suspension is the result of written complaints tendered by fellow stevedores against Rivers, as well as his contempt towards the new management of the port [...]

Known gang affiliate shot

Twenty-five year old Austin Rowland, a resident of Oleander Street in the Lake Independence area, is recovering from a gunshot wound to the left leg following an armed assault on [...]

Steven Lambey escapes 7 bullets

Shortly before that incident there was another shooting across town.  At nine-twenty p.m. Steven Lambey, a security guard of Reggae Street, was riding his bicycle along Gill Street when he [...]

Slovak Karol Mello free on bail

Karol Mello, an alleged crime boss in Central Europe’s underworld, wanted in Slovakia for a series of crimes he reportedly orchestrated, including the slaughter of a mother and son in [...]

D.P.P.’s successful human trafficking conviction

The office of the Director of Public Prosecutions is cracking down on accused human traffickers and today sealed the third conviction for this year. Thirty-five year old Estella Pinelo was [...]

Corozal’s receding waters, but cane crop damage

The rains in the north have seized and the waters are now receding. But in the aftermath of both Hurricane Ernesto last Tuesday and the freak rains that hit Corozal [...]

The rocky and muddy Independence Village roads

Deplorable road conditions are common in Belize, but while the old capital is getting some much needed face lifts with concrete streets, other parts of the country aren’t as fortunate. [...]

Lands Department failing system; BGYEA granted extension

On another part of the Highway, Mile forty-one on the Western is the place called Harmonyville. In May of this year we told you how Harmonyville applicants were pressing forward [...]

International Youth Day with Jamaican Artist, Pressure

Countries across the globe celebrated International Youth Day on August twelfth, but in Belize the festivities had to be postponed due to the threat of Hurricane Ernesto. While today’s weather [...]

Girl with face tumor still in treatment

Remember Catarina Ishim, the little girl with the life threatening tumor? We have been following her story since March of this year before she left for Knoxville Tennessee in April [...]

Hundreds of students get free back to school accessories

School will be re-opening in a matter of weeks and some eight hundred students are already getting ready for the new school year with some much needed assistance. For over [...]

Mayor Bradley’s next project for Belize City

There are several projects that are in place by the City Council to increase the quality of life. One includes the rehabilitation of at least fifty percent of streets in [...]

Rescued from starvation, jaguar needs permanent shelter

Lucky Boy is the rescued Black Jaguar that now calls the Belize Zoo, home. He was saved after he was left for dead in captivity in Southern Belize. Well, the [...]

Corozal ballers to tournament at Mets Stadium

For the past few months, the Sprite and Belikin National Three by Three basketball tour has brought out the best from each district. Recently the finals were held in the [...]