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Special Envoy’s Bodyguard Arraigned for Murder of Nicaraguan Laborer

Special Patrol Unit Officer Ryon Wagner, the bodyguard assigned to the Prime Minister’s wife, Kim Simplis Barrow, was arraigned in the Belmopan Magistrate Court this morning on a single charge [...]

Witness Provides Statement in Double Murder of Russell Hyde and Marcy Humes

And in other news from Belmopan, a witness in the brutal slaying of the notorious Roaring Creek resident, Russell Hyde and Marcy Humes has given a statement to police. Authorities [...]

Still No Arrests in Malik Dixon Murder

An arrest is yet to be made in the weekend murder of twenty-year-old Malik Dixon, who was fatally shot as he rode a bicycle along Flamboyant Street on Saturday night.  [...]

Jaguars are Canada Bound for World Cup Qualifier

Belize plays Canada this coming Friday at the BMO field in Toronto. And we are pleased to announce that we have teamed up with Channel Seven to bring you the [...]

Ramada Belize City Princess Leased to Asian Company

Late this evening News Five received confirmation of very significant news which happened completely under wraps. The Ramada Belize City Princess has changed management, effective today. We are told that [...]

Now that a deal to pay Fortis seventy million dollars plus thirty-three point three percent of shares has been sealed by G.O.B., was the acquisition of B.E.L. in the best interest of Belize?

And tonight’s question is: now that a deal to pay Fortis seventy million dollars plus thirty-three point three percent of shares has been sealed by G.O.B., was the acquisition of [...]

PUP Disagrees with GOB’s Fortis Settlement

On Monday Prime Minister Dean Barrow announced a settlement with Fortis on the arbitrary 2011 acquisition of that company’s shares in B.E.L.  G.O.B. will be paying seventy million dollars to [...]

COLA Joins BTV in Returning to Sarstoon Island

Another expedition to the Sarstoon by the Belize Territorial Volunteers took place early this morning. The group has committed to trek to the Sarstoon every Tuesday, which is the day [...]

Ray Davis is No Longer Senator for Unions

Ray Davis is no longer the Senator representing the Unions. The decision was taken by the General Council of the National Trade Union Congress of Belize last week, but there [...]

Woman Raped in Indian Creek Village

Tonight the Punta Gorda Police Department is investigating an unusual and very disturbing allegation of rape. Over the weekend a student claims that she was beaten up by a group [...]

Teen Robs Teen of School Bag and Laptop in Ladyville

Classes have just resumed, but tonight a student, who is a minor, is a suspect in the robbery of an even younger student. The incident happened on Princess Margaret Drive [...]

Human Remains Discovered in Salvapan

Belmopan Police have made at least some progress in identifying skeletal remains found Sunday in the Salvador Area of Belmopan. A Guatemalan farmer, who went to cut sticks in a [...]

Third Drug Trafficking Conviction for Andrew Smith

A Western Pine resident, who had two unpaid drug trafficking bills, was escorted to court today on a third charge.  He is twenty-eight-year old Andrew Smith, a resident of the [...]

Early Morning Fire Leaves Family of Three Homeless

The lower flat of a two-storey building was gutted by a fire early this morning in the Old Capital. The blaze started in the kitchen of the wooden house and [...]

Easy Glen Adolphus is Victim of Weekend Fire

Another wooden structure which was home to Glenford Adolphus, better known as Easy Glen, was gutted by fire on Friday night. Just before eleven o’clock that night, firefighters were called [...]

Guatemalan President Stripped of Immunity

This afternoon, within days of elections on September sixth, Guatemala’s Congress lifted President Otto Perez Molina’s immunity of office. It means that Perez Molina can now be charged for a [...]