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Press Office photographer killed following family dispute

Belize boasts a growing corps of media workers … but despite its steady expansion over the last decade the number of journalists, editors, cameramen and other technicians is still small [...]

O.W. man charged with rape

Tonight, Orange Walk police are asking the public’s help in finding a man in connection with the rape of a thirteen year old girl. He is Jason Audinette Bull. According [...]

Cop accused in theft of motorcycle

A Belize City Police officer stands accused of being a criminal. Thirty-five year old P.C. Osborne Arzu was today brought before Magistrate Roberto Ordonez, where he was charged with the [...]

Arrests made in city robbery, Placencia boat death

One man has been charged in connection with the armed jacking of Chinese grocer, Ming Xian Wu. Nineteen year old, Delroy Matura today appeared before Magistrate Kathleen Lewis and has [...]

D.P.P. and police at war over who?s boss

The police department is maintaining the right to stay silent tonight following reports that the Director of Public Prosecutions has ceased its practice of reviewing case files and recommending appropriate [...]

Sanitation workers demonstrate for back pay, jobs

It is a controversy that is anything but simple, involving high stakes contracts, complex legal interpretations and, of course, no end of political intrigue. But for the sanitation workers affected [...]

Charges of D.F.C. mismanagement continue at hearings

It started late and ended early but day six of the Commission of Inquiry into the Development Finance Corporation made for just under two hours of gripping testimony. The continued [...]

Donation will heighten AIDS awareness in region

She has been in Canada for a week, first attending a seminar for Caribbean journalists and over the last three days reporting from the International AIDS Conference in Toronto. Tonight [...]

Basketball camp imparts skills for future success

The hardwood may not be in quite the shape it used to, but the boards at Bird’s Isle were buzzing today, to the rhythm of basketballs. News Five’s Alyssa Noble [...]