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Philip Samuels’ intervention in domestic dispute cost him his life

Early on Monday night, thirty-one-year-old Phillip Michael Samuels was stabbed and killed. Samuels was hanging out with a group of friends at an apartment on Boots Crescent, Belize City when [...]

Police take up death of Hammond Lemoth as murder investigation

While police continue to look for a Belize City resident in connection with the recent murder of Phillip Samuels, Regional Commander for the Eastern Division South jurisdiction, Superintendent Marco Vidal [...]

Will leads help Police and family find missing Mark Pollard?

Superintendent Vidal also addressed the puzzling disappearance of forty-nine-year-old Mark Pollard who vanished approximately two weeks ago without a trace. The well-known man left his house on Peter Seco Street, [...]

David and Anke Doehm to seek bail on child cruelty charge this Friday

The bail application for David and Anke Doehm, the American couple charged with cruelty to late thirteen-year-old daughter Faye Lin Cannon, will be heard at the Supreme Court on Friday. [...]

Commissioner Whylie, retired Supt. Julio Valdez are before Senate on Wednesday

News Five has confirmed that the Senate Special Select Committee is taking a different tack for its hearing on Wednesday at the National Assembly in Belmopan.  For the last two [...]

Belize braces for CODICADER suspension

A team of young athletes is destined for Honduras in the weeks ahead to represent the Jewel in the Under-fifteen CODICADER games.  Their attendance however, does not exempt Belize from [...]

Gov’t says no money to host CODICADER disability games

In 2016, under the direction of Minister of State Elodio Aragon Junior, whose responsibility at the time included sports and culture, the National Sports Council spent in excess of four [...]

The next step begins for sixteen Belize Bank scholarship recipients

The Belize Bank is sending sixteen more students to school this year. Through its scholarship program, both high school and sixth form recipients will not have to worry about the [...]

U.S. security requirements mean long lines at Airport

Going to the States anytime soon? It’s the season for Belizeans to travel to the United States of America on vacation and getaways. But you’ll want to be at the [...]

Ten thousand dollars to find Felix Ayuso’s killer

There’s a ten thousand dollar bounty on Vildo Westby’s head. He’s the man wanted for the murder of Felix Ayuso Junior that happened on San Pedro in February of this [...]

New boss, same hard-working G.S.U. – multiple drug busts

It may have flown quietly below the radar at the beginning of the month when officers within the Belize Police Department were being transferred to various positions, but the Gang [...]

Jail, no bail for ex accused of assaulting former partner

Belize City resident, Keith Middleton, the ex- boyfriend of a woman attacked with a screw driver, is spending his first night on lock down at the Belize Central Prison after [...]

C.O.L.A. doesn’t believe new Columbus U. has changed its tune

Remember American Global University School of Medicine? Four years ago it was fighting to clear its name from allegations that its educational activity was fraudulent and its degrees not worth [...]

I.D.B. talks business development with Chamber of Commerce

The Inter-American Development Bank, the primary source of multilateral financing in Latin America, is partnering with the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry to provide solutions to development challenges within [...]

Will Bank lend directly to businesses?

The IDB is also making loan facilities available to local businesses, presumably at favorable and equally competitive terms as other lending institutions.  While the proposal is fresh on the table, [...]

Rachel Heusner paints Caribbean flavours

Belizean artist Rachel Heusner who lives in Tobago is hosting a two week exhibition inside Sarina’s Café on the ground floor at the Bliss. Heusner has been painting for over [...]

Dion Leslie defends CitCo against internal issues

At this point in time, Belize City Mayor Darrell Bradley is on the outside looking in at City Hall. He has not put his name down to run for a [...]

Nine to sing Jewel’s best at KTV The Remix

Belizean artists and their music will be at the heart of tonight’s karaoke at the Bliss Institute where another round of competition will take place in this summer hottest television [...]