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P.G. burglar caught leaving bank

The nation’s violent crime wave may be centred in Belize City, but now and then the districts get to make the news as well. Today the police spotlight shone on [...]

New UDP Senator needed as Matura leaves to study

She is no stranger to Belize’s legal system and now the outspoken journalist-turned-politician has decided to embark on a new career as a lawyer. A release from the United Democratic [...]

Inmate turned prison officer defends appointment

Audrey Matura may be departing as editor of the Guardian, but her final days on the job have not been timid. The headline in today’s issue dropped the bombshell that [...]

Dangriga water contaminated (again)

Another citrus waste contamination of the North Stann Creek River has occurred today, as the result of heavy rains in the Stann Creek Valley for the second day in a [...]

Agreement signed for IDB tourism project

Fresh on the heels of impressive statistics on tourist arrivals, Minister of Tourism Mark Espat today signed an agreement to access loan funds for improvements in tourism related infrastructure. The [...]

Gospel band releases new album

“It Ain’t Easy” is the name of the new album that’s about to be released by The Heavenlies Gospel Band. Some of the tunes share the vibes of popular Caribbean [...]

CITCO works to clear blocked drains

The rains were back in Belize City today and while the flooding was not as bad as on Tuesday, News Five’s Jose Sanchez discovered that it’s not just the precipitation [...]

New fire trucks for San Pedro

It’s an island nicknamed La Isla Bonita, but the fact is that if a fire started downtown on a windy day, San Pedro could quickly become La Isla Quemada. Tonight, [...]