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Patrol attacked by illegal loggers in Toledo forest reserve

Maintaining the integrity of our lengthy border with Guatemala is an uphill battle for local NGOs and security forces and an incident late last week has reinforced that point. On [...]

Seine Bight residents protest site of new community centre

It is said that progress brings problems and tonight that adage is playing out in southern village of Seine Bight. As part of the project to pave the Placencia Road, [...]

Two cops accused of extortion

Two police officers attached to the Belize City Traffic Branch are tonight being sought on charges of Extortion. This follows a report made this afternoon by Jovanni Requeña, who said [...]

Robberies, thefts dominate the police blotter

A businessman in Spanish lookout was the victim of a scary robbery. Thirty-three year old Dennis Dueck reported to police that around four-thirty on Thursday evening, two men dressed in [...]

4 more charged for selling illegal lottery

Authorities are cracking down on the sale of illegal lottery and tonight four more merchants have been charged. Today in Magistrates’ Court, thirty-two year old Cai Hua Tan, twenty-eight year [...]

Teen sentenced to six months of Boot Camp

A seventeen year old boy who was charged on Thursday with Attempted Murder was today sentenced to six months in prison. The teen appeared in the Belize Family Court and [...]

Indecent assault charges struck out, victims fails to appear in court

He was accused of attempting to sodomize a nineteen year old male last year, but tonight Albert Hendy is a free man. Hendy was charged with Aggravated Assault of an [...]

Bail granted to woman accused of attempted murder

She was remanded to Prison on Thursday for Attempted Murder, but tonight Elisa Chan is out on bail. This morning Justice Adolph Lucas, offered the twenty-two year old bail of [...]

M.O.E. reports progress in education controversies

Last Tuesday the Belize National Teachers Union was seeing red over the transfers of teachers, primarily in the Orange Walk District, and the re-nomination of Government Secondary school boards. Since [...]

Transportation probs leaves students stranded on the highway

It’s not just teachers and school administrators that have been frustrated since the start of the school year … Early this morning News Five’s Marion Ali and cameraman Chris Mangar [...]

Income Tax Dept., Natl. Transport launch websites

Technology is a time-saver and it is with that in mind that today the Income Tax Department officially launched its website. By logging on to www dot income tax Belize [...]

Carnival road march tops list of weekend activities

Saturday’s carnival road march is not the only event causing excitement this weekend. Luckily, Safiyyah is here to fill us in on what’s happening in Belize over the next couple [...]