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Armstrong buried, killer is identified

Police Constable Uwin Armstrong was laid to rest this afternoon in Hattieville at a funeral attended by hundred of friends, family members and colleagues. And while the nation mourned the [...]

One detained in Belmopan robbery

Details are sketchy but reports to News 5 indicate that an armed robbery took place this afternoon at the office of Belize Water Services in Belmopan. It is alleged that [...]

City school burgled twice

It’s not as dramatic a crime as an armed robbery but a series of burglaries at a Belize City school has left teachers and administrators disheartened and demoralized. News 5′s [...]

AIDS walk raises consciousness

Today is World Aids Day and Belize, with one of the most serious rates of infection in the Caribbean and Central America, is not taking the observance lightly. News 5′s [...]

Rotary helps AIDS awareness

Several organisations that work with people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS are this week receiving assistance from the Rotary Club of Belize to continue their community awareness programmes. One such [...]

Busiest tourist attraction is upgraded

Here’s a good Belize Trivia question: What’s the most popular single tourist destination in Belize? Give up? It’s the archaeological reserve on the Cave’s Branch River near Frank’s Eddy Village. [...]

Retired educator wins Lotto

To most people the numbers 9, 10, 11, 15 and 20 might not mean much. But to retired school teacher Charles Woods they represent a massive windfall on the eve [...]