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P.M. emphasises need for order and justice to police recruits

We may be in the midst of a national debate over how the nation’s finances are being handled, but ask most Belizeans their greatest concern and the answer you’re most [...]

Police inaugurate Yabra Community Computer Centre

While the police recruits were preparing for the big event in Belmopan, their future colleagues in Belize City were engaged in the type of police work that they don’t necessarily [...]

Law enforcement officers receive forensic training

And now to a more traditional type of police work: that is the collection of evidence. Almost daily we hear an accused has been set free due to the lack [...]

David McKoy sentenced to 8 yrs. for rape attempt

A thirty-one year old man has been sentenced to the minimum of eight years in prison after being found guilty of attempted rape. The twenty-four year old victim testified in [...]

Prisoners eligible for parole after 1/3 of sentence

While David McKoy may have received an eight year sentence for his crime, chances are if he behaves himself he’ll be back on the streets in less than three. The [...]

Escaped convict dies after return to prison

A man, who escaped from a prison bus last month but later turned himself in, has died–perhaps as the result of drinking contaminated water while on the run. Although the [...]

Government will pick up tab for Price

As the family and friends of the late David Price continue to make preparations for his funeral, today the Government of Belize announced it will assume the costs of paying [...]

Tour operator loses license for 5 more years

Vance Cabral, the tour operator accused of negligence in the death of a diver and causing great trauma to three others, has had his license revoked for a minimum of [...]

Belize has ambitious agenda during SICA presidency

Belize will be represented at the summit of the Central American Integration System this weekend in Costa Rica by Deputy Prime Minister John Brice

C.D.B. loan for Placencia Road finally approved

Tonight the residents of the Placencia Peninsula have something to cheer about. The Caribbean Development Bank has approved a twelve point six million U.S. dollar loan to upgrade and pave [...]

Exhibition highlights achievements of Belize Red Cross

They may not always be on our minds but in times of need we are grateful that they are always on the front lines. News Five’s Kendra Griffith looks at [...]

CITCO promotes toy gun trade-in

With violent crime such a major issue in Belize it’s only logical to take a close look at the question of guns … and at Christmas time even the toys [...]

Calling all drag queens!

This next story needs little introduction other than to say that if you are easily confused regarding issues of gender and sexuality you would do well to stay close to [...]