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Evangelist murdered near foot of Adventist Church

There are thirteen more days to go in the month, but July has already turned out to be a bloody one. There have been nine murders so far and early [...]

A major bust: cops retrieve military rifle from city streets

Police made a major bust at around three o’clock this afternoon that will provide some relief to residents in the city. Officers retrieved an Israeli-made military type assault rifle from [...]

Police crack-down on petty crime offenders in the city

Going into the weekend, the Belize City Police Department conducting a crack-down in the city of what is known as quality of life crimes due to a wave of violent [...]

Man claims he was handcuffed and badly beaten by his wife

The following story is about what is known about woman fum fum. A Ladyville resident came to our studios to allege that his wife of one year handcuffed and beat [...]

Ariel Rosado Foundation responds to allegation by former member

The Rosado family struck back today on allegations made by a co-founder of the Ariel Rosado Memorial Foundation. The board of directors hosted a press conference this afternoon to clarify [...]

Alvaro Rosado explains signatures on cheques

Rosado also set the record straight on how it came to be that he and his wife began signing checks on behalf of the foundation.   Dr. Alvaro Rosado, Founder, [...]

B.S.C.F.A. to meet on Sunday to discuss B.S.I. proposal on bagasse prices

The Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association is meeting on Sunday at the Escuela Secundaria Mexico school grounds to discuss, among other issues, a position on a recent counterproposal made by [...]

Vice Chairman Alfredo Ortega comments on bagasse formula

According to Ortega, they have requested to see BELCOGEN’s books in order to come up with a practical formula but that request has fallen on deaf ears.   Isani Cayetano [...]

Court prosecutor, Joseph Nunez, gets bail

A civilian court prosecutor spent twenty days behind bars, but luckily for him, he is out on bail tonight. Forty year old Joseph Nunez was imprisoned after he was found [...]

2 found guilty of burglary

Also in the court, nineteen-year old Christopher Gillett and twenty year old Keron Swasey were found guilty of the offense of burglary this morning.  Gillett was present in court and [...]

S.S.B. awards 55 scholarships to deserving students

Fifty-five scholarships were awarded this morning to worthy students based on criteria of academic performances as well as financial needs. The recipients came from all over the country and converged [...]

Belize Cancer Society California provides prosthetic breasts

Antonette Pilgrim, of the Belize Cancer Society of California, is currently in the country. She spoke to News Five today about a month long series of activities involving cancer awareness [...]

B.T.B. donates to fire victims in San Pedro

Earlier this month, there was a massive fire on San Pedro, in the Boca Del Rio area of the island. The inferno gutted up to eight structures within three properties [...]

Mexican Theatre stages “Pequeña Batallas” in Belize

Our friends at the Mexican Embassy have organized a special treat for the Belizean public to enjoy a unique opportunity of quality theatre. At this time, the visiting Mexican theater [...]