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Domestic dispute turns deadly; Shamir Henry’s throat slashed

The couple had a long history of domestic abuse but the two were no longer living together. This past Thursday night, Shamir Henry went to the house of his ex, [...]

Four year old knocked down and killed on North Front Street

In Belize City, a little girl was killed in a traffic accident around three-fifteen this afternoon.  The four year old, Elisha Gilharry, was knocked down reportedly while crossing North Front [...]

Ride-by shooter injures driver of Ford Explorer

There was another shooting in the old capital on Thursday night. Luckily, no one died. The victim, however, was shot two times while driving his Sport Utility Vehicle along the [...]

Still no charge for Mata Chica Resort death

Fifty-seven year old Gregorio Cornejo fell and drowned after he was punched in the face at Mata Chica Resort on San Pedro Ambergris Caye. The incident happened after seven on [...]

Viewers to either demolish or repair the Belize City Center

By now you would know that the City Center has been condemned as unsafe to accommodate mass events. The building was not maintained over the years and has deteriorated to [...]

Consumer Price Index says prices are up

We’ve felt it in our pockets throughout the year;  the May 2010 Consumer Price Index released by The Statistical Institute confirms that the price of goods and services are on [...]

Nine and eleven year old kids still missing

The ongoing search for siblings nine year old Onelia and eleven year old Benjamin Rash who were reported missing on Monday has so far turned up fruitless.  The children left [...]

St. Martin’s De Porres gets donation of musical instruments

If you live in the neighbourhood you would know of the competitiveness between St Luke and St Martin’s Primary school. Both traditionally put off superb music performances at the annual [...]

Daniel Ku convicted of killing his common-law-wife

In the Orange Walk Supreme Court, it took a jury of twelve less than three hours to unanimously agree on a guilty verdict for a murder charge against Daniel Ku. [...]

Cheese stealer pleads guilty

While Daniel Ku was found guilty of murder up north, two men did not waste the court’s time and pleaded guilty to separate charges in Belize City. The first is [...]

Adventist Mission tells upset parents to have a little patience

On Wednesday, News Five aired a story of twenty-three students who stayed away from classrooms at the Santa Clara Seventh Day Adventist Primary in the north. At the eye of [...]

WinBelize wins a sizeable grant from the US

The Women’s Issue Network of Belize received a grant of close to two hundred thousand dollars today.  The grant will assist the agency in addressing gender-based violence in Belize. When [...]

Concert in the park Series; a prelude to September celebrations

The Concert in the Park series is a monthly venture held by the Belize City Council in collaboration with partners such as SMART and the Belize Diabetes Association.  Since September [...]

Safiyyah gets free lesson at Carnival Mas Camps

The revelry of the senior carnival bands continued on Thursday with the second night of mas camps. The judges were out making the rounds once again and so was our [...]

Safiyyah lets viewers know what’s happening

Mas camps are over but the September festivities are just getting started. The Sound Fest, Queen of the Bay Pageant, Carnival King and Queen showdown; that’s all packed into this [...]