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P.U.P. Senator calls it quits

We saw it coming on Friday and less than a week later it has come to pass. There is a vacancy in the Senate tonight as Anthony Chanona, one of [...]

One caught, two at large after shootout with cops

Tonight authorities are on the lookout for two gunmen after the duo, along with a third suspect, opened fire on a police mobile patrol. The dramatic exchange of gunfire unfolded [...]

Truck driver charged in fatal accident

Thirty-three year old Alberto Chan has been charged in connection with the traffic accident on Tuesday that left Ralph Fonseca Junior and Ralph Balderamos dead. Chan, of Orange Walk Town, [...]

One charged, one sought in child molestation

Separate cases involving the molestation of minors have resulted in the arrest of one man and a search for another. On Wednesday a thirteen-year old girl told Police in Independence [...]

Child found wandering on highway needs identification

Independence police are also asking your help in identifying a child found wandering alone on the Southern Highway. The little boy was spotted on the roadside by a driver, Carlos [...]

Eight more Belizeans receive Cuban scholarships

Eight Belizeans have been awarded scholarships to study in Cuba. They are Roel Moralez, Melida Zabaneh, Deon Kelly, Deshawn Garbutt, Desiree Armstrong, Kelvin Yacab, Jamie Hibberd and Indira Williams. They [...]

Special athletes prepare for international competition

With the brief exception of Marion Jones, Belize has never made so much as a ripple in the international athletic spectacle known as the Olympics. But there is another global [...]

Minister says all textbooks to be distributed next week

Following his appearance at the Special Olympics Ceremony Minister of Education Francis Fonseca responded to complaints that government’s delivery of free textbooks was behind schedule. Fonseca said that on Wednesday [...]

Documentary film profiles “Three Kings”

There’s a new film opening this weekend at the Princess. Entitled “The Three Kings”, the name could not be more appropriate, as the royalty in question is as Belizean as [...]

Taiwanese medical team works in Corozal District

We are more used to cashing their cheques than benefiting from their physical presence, but the critical assistance that Belize receives from Taiwan is more than just financial. News Five’s [...]