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Sarteneja businessman’s body found chopped and charred

It is murder victim number seventy-two for this year in our records and this latest victim was apparently hacked to death and then set on fire. Police are still trying [...]

Police recover passports of slain Mennonite

And in other news on violent crimes, there is some development in the slaughter of Wilhelm Braun, Mennonite Contractor that occurred in the afternoon of August twentieth at the Commercial [...]

Man walks free after locking up ex-common-law wife for 3 days

And twenty-three year old Nigeymon Bevans Junior walked out of Magistrates’ Court a free man today after his case was struck out for keeping his ex-common-law wife under lock and [...]

13 year old and guardian beaten by seven attackers

An eighteen year old girl has been fined three hundred dollars for her part in beating a woman and child. On August twelfth, a thirteen year old girl and her [...]

Kevin Singh drops theft charges against Taiwanese employees

Police say they will not press any charges against the three Taiwanese employees of North America Company in the Commercial Free Zone. That’s because their boss, Kevin Singh, who is [...]

Price Premier jacked of undisclosed sum

Robbers struck close to home this afternoon when they hit Price Premier Products just a few yards away from this station. According to reports to News Five, two assailants walked [...]

P.U.C.: B.E.L. is to comply with requests for new connections

The Public Utilities Commission met throughout the day in Belize City over a new development in which Belize Electricity Limited is not connecting new customers to their grid, whether of [...]

City Council makes part payment in garbage crisis

You would have to be on another planet not to know that the cookie has crumbled fast between the Belize City Mayor Zenaida Moya and the Councillors and that the [...]

Juliet Thimbriel resigns post as Senate

And in the internal squabbling in the ranks of the U.D.P., latest word to News Five this evening is that Senator and talk show host, Juliet Thimbriel, has resigned her [...]

Min. of Education responds to B.N.T.U. over transfers

Last night we told of an ongoing dispute between Government and the Belize National Teachers Union over the transfer of teachers and the cancellation of various appointments to School Boards. [...]

Red Cross launches Community Risk Reduction project

Since its establishment, the Belize Red Cross has been constant in assisting thousands of residents during times of disasters. But today the organisation launched an initiative in which they are [...]

Ten vie for Queen of the Bay crown

The September Celebrations officially kicks off this Friday under the theme: “Belizeans learning our past, impacting our present, embracing our future.” One of those events on schedule is the prestigious [...]