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Fetus found on foreshore

At a quarter past seven on Monday night, News Five was called out to a gruesome scene at the corner of King Street and Southern Foreshore. The body of a [...]

Prisoner hangs himself in Belmopan

Police say a forty-six year old man hanged himself on Monday night at the Belmopan Police Station. Police say they found Justace Lemott, a Belizean from Ontario Village with his [...]

“Papa” Brown case withdrawn

Another major case will not be prosecuted in the courts, but this time, it is not due to lack of evidence but by the victim’s request to stop the proceedings. [...]

Elderly woman raped in Lemonal

A thirty-seven year old man has been charged with breaking into an elderly woman’s home, raping, torturing and robbing her. The eighty-two year old woman of Lemonal told police her [...]

Nine pounds of marijuana confiscated

Acting on a tip the police received on Saturday, August twenty-eighth, a unit was sent out to number seventy Regent Street. There in an upstairs apartment, the police found nine [...]

Shop on Amara robbed

Tonight the police are looking for three men who held up a man and his wife inside their shop around nine Monday night. According to police three Creole men, two [...]

B.E.L. workers paint St. John Vianney School

School children all over the country are preparing to go back to school and their teachers are working hard to get everything ready for their return. One Belize City school [...]

Run-a-thon to raise funds for Special Olympics

The disabled among us are all too often shut away from the rest of society like sources of embarrassment and shame. To try to change this way of thinking, the [...]

Hemophiliac boys attend summer camp in US

With limited medical care available it is difficult for anyone with a serious illness or condition to live in Belize, but if you have hemophilia, a disorder in which the [...]

Research station inaugurated at Carrie Bow Caye

It’s one of the most beautiful cayes in Belize, but it’s not being used for tourism. Every year since 1972 the Smithsonian Institute based in Washington D.C. has sent between [...]

2-year-old drowns in pit latrine

A two-year-old boy drowned in Punta Gorda over the weekend after falling into a pit latrine. Nelia Pop told police around five p.m. on Saturday, August twenty-eighth she was inside [...]

Shooting suspect shot by police

A suspect in a drive-by shooting was himself shot by police officers attempting to take him to the station. Twenty-one year old Marlon Budd, who has already appeared in Magistrate’s [...]

Fire partially destroys home in Belize City

Another fire in the North Front Street area, this time on Sunday August twenty-ninth, has destroyed the upper floor of one family’s home. According to Nurse Gaynel Collins she was [...]

Boys scouts denounce child abuse

Amid the wave of disconcerting child abuse reports, there has been one positive report. The Scout Association of Belize announced on Saturday that it will not tolerate any incidence of [...]

Manatee Week activities begin with logo competition

How would you like to win a trip to see manatees in their natural habitat? Well, if you design the winning logo for the Belize Marine Mammal Stranding Network you [...]

Four to study in U.K.

Four Belizeans will pursue post-graduate degrees and courses of study in the United Kingdom this academic year under the British Chevening Scholarships Program. Lorna McDougal, the Executive Director of the [...]

James Adderley has mountain bike race

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and you’re right on time for this serving of Sports Monday. The mountain bike community under the leadership of “Popular Fat Boy” Spain out did [...]

Thousands recovered in resort burglary

In April, Harold Bradshaw Ringold on behalf of his employer Larry Addington, owner of Caye Chapel Ventures Resort, gave the Police Department sixteen brand new Ford pickups worth one point [...]

Stolen boat headed for Honduras

A boat stolen in Dangriga is believed to be heading towards Honduras and its owner has launched a media blitz to try and recover it. Since the theft occurred in [...]

D.P.P. says Commissioner needs to study Constitution

The controversy over the dismissal of two high profile murder cases earlier this month continues. Last night on “One on One with Dickie Bradley,” guests Chief Magistrate Herbert Lord and [...]

Welder wins Lotto

A welder from Dangriga is the winner of Wednesday’s sixty-five thousand dollar Lotto draw. Omar Chiu says he was at home when he received a phone call from a friend [...]

Disaster workshop in Stann Creek District

With everyone on the lookout for hurricanes and tropical storms, it’s an appropriate time for the Red Cross and U.N.D.P. to continue their disaster preparedness workshops in the rural areas. [...]

Corozal artist exhibits work at Bliss

The Belize Arts Council invites you to view the sculptures of Vilma Romero of Corozal Town. Romero is best known for the statues she produces from cement, sand, water and [...]

Garifuna artists raise funds for Gabaga

Garifuna artists will gather at Dangriga’s Why-Not Island for a benefit concert for legendary Garifuna musician and composer, Bernard Maxwell Williams, better known a “Gabaga.” The Gabaga Relief Fair is [...]

Prime Minister and Attorney General in New York

The Prime Minister Said Musa was the guest of honor at the New York City Council this morning and spoke with Belizeans living in that city about the first year [...]