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ComPol apologizes to irate homeowner …

It was called Operation Cycle Breaker and although a series of searches in Belize City on Thursday resulted in two arrests and the seizure of a quantity of weed, it [...]

… While arrested man claims victimization

One of the people arrested in Cycle Breaker was Darren Banks. Police say when they searched Banks’ Oleander Street home, they found illegal ammunition and drugs. This morning in Magistrate’s [...]

Counterfeit designer goods seized by Customs

A Corozal importer is in hot water tonight after an official investigation revealed that her products were knock-offs. According to the Customs and Excise Department, on March twenty-first and again [...]

Recyclers accused of handling stolen equipment

Recycling is always promoted as a good thing but tonight a Belize City company is accused of trying to salvage stolen goods. Between April first and the second, a warehouse [...]

Suspected arsonist to undergo psychiatric review

Meanwhile in the Supreme Court, Justice Adolph Lucas has ordered that a psychiatric exam be conducted on a defendant charged with Arson. Thirty-eight year old Mauricio Banaza has already pled [...]

Samples from Albert Street fire sent to U.S. lab

Nine days after fire destroyed half a city block in the heart of the commercial capital, the cause of the blaze has yet to be determined. According to Fire Chief [...]

Agriculture and Trade Show rescheduled

Every year thousands of Belizeans flock to Belmopan for the annual Agriculture and Trade Show. The three-day event is typically held at the end of April or early May, but [...]

City Council/Central Gov’t. team up to fill potholes

As motorists we’ve come to accept potholes as a way of life in Belize. But in the commercial capital, many streets have come to resemble bomb sites with craters the [...]

U.B. Open Day encourages students to enroll

Achieving a tertiary level education was once a rare accomplishment in Belize but these days degree opportunities are practically a dime a dozen. So it’s no surprise that local colleges [...]

High school pageant promotes peace

The latest crime wave is threatening to flood Belize City’s streets in blood. But one group of young people have come together to offer a lifeboat to their peers. News [...]

News Five seeks Reporter

A vacancy exists for a reporter to join the staff of one of the region’s most highly honoured television news organisations. Applicants should possess the following qualifications: – Associate’s or [...]