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Belizean involved in armed robbery of jewelry store in México

A Belizean is in major trouble across the border. Forty-two year old Argimiro Leiva has been arrested along with two Mexican nationals following an armed robbery on Wednesday morning at [...]

Bus operators mad about changes in routes and new operator

You’ve heard about road rage, well there is a conflict on the highways today that has bus operators blistering for fair play and accountability. It seems that the rules of [...]

Owner of new operators says he is not a newcomer

While bus operators are upset about the zoning that will affect them in the west and north, at the eye of the storm is Sergio Chuc, a Cayo businessman. Chuc [...]

Cops and the law; one in counterfeit trouble and the other vindicated

On this side of the border, a cop is also in trouble with the law. The police sergeant was detained on Wednesday for counterfeit US currency and after questioning, he [...]

Council of Churches against UNIBAM’s seeking of gay rights

On Tuesday the Council of Churches filed an application in the Supreme Court to join the Attorney General’s Office in a case brought by the United Belize Advocacy Movement (UNIBAM) [...]

UNIBAM President says homosexual rights are basic human rights

Earlier we told you that the churches view the claim on gay rights brought against the attorney general by UNIBAM as an attack on the moral fiber of the nation. [...]

Church rep says marriage can only be between man and woman

On the other hand, Canon Flowers believes the issue extends beyond gay rights.  He says the powers vested in marriage officers, specifically priests, are to administer wedding vows only to [...]

México to invest $2 Billion to secure Belize and Guatemala borders

A state of emergency has been declared, travel advisories have been issued and regional beach volleyball championships have been postponed since the massacre in La Libertad, Petén over the weekend. [...]

Church resolute in its opposition to hanging convicted murderers

The House of Representatives met in Belmopan on Friday to discuss a range of issues including an amendment to the Crime Control and Criminal Justice Bill which should see an [...]

Tint meters available 2 weeks before law becomes enforceable

The new Motor Vehicle and Road Traffic regulations on tinted windows will come into effect on June first, but there are still drivers who aren’t sure if their vehicles meet [...]

Students plant the future at Horizon Academy

The first day of class at Horizon Academy began with sixty five students on September seventh, 2009. News Five was at the launch and returned two years later to see [...]

Two artists launch a picturesque exhibit at Institute of México

The public opening of an art exhibition is taking place at the Mexican Institute tonight. It is showcasing the works of two Belizean artists, Lucky Chiang and Vivian Liu as [...]

David Sedacey found with stash of fake US hundred dollar notes

Earlier we told you about a cop that is facing charges for counterfeit currency, well at about two o’clock this afternoon, police conducted at the house of David Sedacey. They [...]

Healthy Living explores the effects of the smog on the respiratory system

The smoke from forest fires has been persistent for weeks and continues to drift from the west. It’s a normal occurrence in the dry season, but the inferno raging in [...]