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No major breaks in two high profile murders.

Fifty-four murders have been committed since the first of the year and while police have chalked up some success in solving many of the killings, the perpetrators in two of [...]

Court will decide if teacher harmed student

The corporal punishment of children is always a controversial issue with traditional disciplinarians lined up against a supposedly more enlightened generation of parents. This week the debate has moved from [...]

$700 fine for a single stick of weed!

Seven hundred dollars for a stick of weed seems like a pretty drastic penalty but that’s what thirty year old Albert Chaparro, a painter of Neal Penn Road, must pay [...]

Barrow says he’s ready, whenever election called

Over the last two decades the nature of politics and the media has changed to the point where Belize appears to be in a state of permanent electioneering. Yet even [...]

Donations galore: Taiwan gives cash

It is nothing more than a coincidence but today was a day of donations in Belize, with money, vehicles, furniture and scholarships changing hands like fried chicken at Li Chee. [...]

G.O.B. contributes pickups to E.U. project

Meanwhile, at the Belmopan Showgrounds, the Minisitry of Agriculture was handing over the keys to some new Toyota pickups. What makes the presentation unusual is that instead of some foreign [...]

Police prosecutors receive set of wheels

Next on the receiving end of some wheels was the Police Department. Jacqueline Godwin, Reporting The donation may be just one motorcycle but it will greatly improve the efficiency of [...]

City Council organises relief for fire victims

One month after five families were left homeless by the Prince Street fire, the Belize City Council continues to extend a helping hand to the victims. Today, in a short [...]

Deputy Mayor says alcohol not a factor in crash

Deputy Mayor Michael also took the opportunity to weigh in on a story we ran on Monday night’s newscast. He says preliminary investigations have revealed that alcohol was not a [...]

B.T.L. awards scholarships for high school students

And finally on this day of donations came some help from one of the country’s most successful corporations. News Five’s Marion Ali has the story. These twenty-one students hailing from [...]

“Ann in Kenya” showcases richness of Africa

The photo exhibition is a collection of pictures taken by well known media personality Ann Marie Williams on her recent trip to Nairobi, Kenya, where she was a delegate to [...]