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Gayle Escarpeta, Youth for the Future employee, murdered

Last week the security forces were expected to increase its presence on the streets and to implement a lockdown on crime ridden areas in the city. The move has not [...]

Crime Ridden Areas will come into effect after being gazette

Escarpeta was killed on George Street—considered a very hot spot of the City. Most observers would have expected George Street to fall into the Crime Ridden Area designation that the [...]

Will honest citizens be affected for living in crime zone?

C.E.O. Lovell was keen on not mentioning which areas might fall into the designation of crime ridden areas; but he did mention a few areas where regular police drug searches [...]

GSU busts 2 women with illegal drugs

A pair of Belize City women are in the news tonight following charges of drug trafficking.  In separate incidents, personnel from the Gang Suppression Unit conducted stop and search operations [...]

Woman alleges botched delivery at Northern Regional

News Five has been informed of several women who have alleged that they or their newborn developed complications while being treated at the Northern Regional Hospital in Orange Walk. At [...]

Medical and Dental Association concerned about Northern Regional Hospital

The several women who have alleged malpractice at the Northern regional Hospital wrote to the Belize Medical and Dental Association expressing their discontent and asking for a full investigation into [...]

U.S. donated x-ray machine to protect office of the P.M. and Kolbe

The Central American Regional Security Initiative (CARSI) has been one outlet through which the United States has assisted Belize’s security forces with equipment worth millions of dollars to protect our [...]

Yorke arraigned for Electric Avenue murder

In court today, the murder case of forty-three year old David Myvette was heard.  Myvette was callously murdered on Electric Avenue last Wednesday while working on the job. And today, [...]

Stealing from the Police Commissioner’s farm

Crime seems to have no bounds and over the weekend, the Commissioner of Police was targeted by a robber. According to reports, sometime around nine a.m. on Saturday, November third, [...]

Youth Week celebrated at Youth for the Future

Youth Week 2012 officially commenced on Sunday with an interdenominational mass held in Belmopan.  Activities in Belize City have been dampened by the untimely death of Gayle Escarpeta, who was [...]

Make your own comic book

There are many ways that youths can keep out of trouble and that includes joining groups such as the YWCA, YMCA and the boys and girls scouts. But arts are [...]

2 Orange Walk teens missing

A pair of students, one from Muffles High School and another from Muffles Junior College, has been reported missing by Orange Walk police.  Fifty year old Zacarias Copo reported to [...]

A workshop to protect cultural heritage

It can be argued that cultures are the psychological DNA of a people. The unique strands of dance, folklore, traditions and even speech bind people within a national framework. That [...]

Red Cross says Cuba battered by Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy tore through Cuba last week causing severe damage to infrastructure and crops; sixty percent of the population has been affected and over one hundred and thirty thousand families [...]

Amazing weekend sporting highlights with James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is sports Monday.   Week 10 of the PLB Season saw a monster showdown inside the Isidiro Beaton Stadium on Saturday night as [...]