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Butane gas truck leak threatens northside neighbourhood

Mid-morning traffic ground to a halt today as a butane gas leak on the north side of the city threatened an entire neighbourhood. For more than a few tense moments, [...]

Three men, one woman charged with Yarwood murder

Belize City police have arrested and charged four men in connection with the murder of twenty year old Sherwin Yarwood. This afternoon twenty-eight year old Terrence Bailey, twenty-eight year old [...]

Masked bandits hit Belama supermarket for cash/phone cards

A brazen morning robbery in Belama has netted thieves more than two thousand dollars in cash and goods. According to police reports, around eleven-thirty on Tuesday morning, two men, masked [...]

Child molester never served 7-year sentence in old case

A convicted child molester fined for his attack against an eight year old is tonight behind bars after authorities dug up a case file from the year 2000 which showed [...]

Another flare up in bus industry leaves commuters stranded

This morning, another flare up in the bus industry left commuters without a ride. For at least two hours a number of passengers were stranded along the Northern Highway after [...]

Cabinet: Taiwan lending Bze $25 million U.S. for debt relief

In news from Cabinet, that executive body has gotten a new loan from Taiwan, approved a multi-million dollar deal for the Southside of the city, and made a step towards [...]

Luke Espat: G.O.B. has breached terms of port deal

It was just one of several government owned entities that have been sold off in privatisation deals by the Musa administration since 1998. But tonight, the man at the helm [...]

Channel 5 hands over Gimme 5 proceeds to needy organisations

Following our anniversary celebrations last week, this morning, Channel Five handed over cheques to five humanitarian organisations. And when representatives arrived at our studios today, we confirmed the news that [...]

Belizean Basketball Association starts draft pick process

In recent years, basketball has dribbled off the local sports scene, largely due to lack of support from sponsors and fans. But right around the time P.U.P. backbencher Cordel Hyde [...]

U.B. announces deal with North Dakota University

This morning, officials of the University of Belize gathered in Belize City for a press briefing designed to highlight the accomplishments of the educational institution and its plans for the [...]

Cadet Corps holds lunch for city?s homeless

One hundred plates in five minutes…that’s just how long it took members of the National Youth Cadet Service Corps to serve food this afternoon to the city’s homeless and hungry. [...]

K.H.M.H. honours dedicated employees in special ceremony

As an institution, the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital receives its fair share of bad press, but today the hospital is making headlines as it celebrated its most valuable asset: its [...]