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Sex, lies and 600 videos; the Kevin Lee massage parlor

The news of a local businessman fleeing the country for recording hundreds of sex acts and women in various forms of undress went viral over the Internet today. Massage therapist [...]

Murder in Orange Walk; 2 minors injured

A barrage of bullets was unleashed on four persons on Monday night in Orange Walk Town. One died on the spot, two minors were injured and the other had just [...]

Mother of 7 year old victim speaks of abuse

On Monday’s newscast News Five spoke to the grandmother of a seven-year-old girl who was sexually abused by her biological father. The child is still trying to cope with the [...]

GSU cracks down on trio after robbery

There was a robbery in the city this afternoon. Shortly before two o’clock a trio of young men entered the Belize Farm Center on North Front Street where they jacked [...]

Should GOB spend resources on 9th Amendment or crime?

Tonight’s question is: Should the government be spending so much resources and time on the Ninth Amendment or to curb crime? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones [...]

Supreme Court dismisses Placencia Development Case

The Supreme Court today dismissed a challenge by the Placencia based NGO Peninsula Citizens for Sustainable Development which had sued the Department of the Environment to stop the huge development [...]

P.U.P. Western Caucus won’t be at 9th Consultation

The hearings on the controversial ninth amendment wind up in Belmopan on Wednesday. Hundreds of U.D.P. supporters are being bused in for the occasion, but the People’s United Party western [...]

VIP says 9th is distraction from manifesto promises

The Vision Inspired by the People, which is based in Belmopan, will also be absent from the Wednesday night’s consultations. The party issued a press release today, explaining its position [...]

BNTU says late salaries caused by late documents

A number of teachers countrywide have not been paid for the month of September and it’s stirring up trouble. The delay is because the Teaching Services Commission, which was established [...]

Ministry clarifies St. George’s Caye development

On Monday night we headed to Saint George’s Caye where up to ten acres of land is said to be under development. Chairman of the St. George’s Caye village council, [...]

Astar Hyde Supermarket robbed at gunpoint

Aside from the robbery at Farm Center today, on Monday night the owners of another well known establishment, Astar Hyde Supermarket, were also targeted by thieves. When we caught up [...]

Business owners recognized robbers

The Hyde’s are still tallying up the loss and Alvin says they have been targeted by thieves several times since opening their supermarket and meat shot near the Michael Finnegan [...]

GSU busts more criminals for cannabis

After nine o’clock on Monday night, the Gang Suppression Unit searched a Toyota car near the junction of the Airport Camp in Ladyville. Levi Cadle, a taxi driver, was behind [...]

UNICEF concerned about acts against children

In Monday’s newscast, we showed you the protest by Fathers Against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse of Children. Today, UNICEF says it is extremely concerned about the increasing number of violent [...]

Audubon’s Book and Art Exhibit

The Belize Audubon Society has been at the forefront in the promotion of sustainable management of the environment.  The organization has taken on numerous initiatives and from educational trips to [...]

Water on Dunn Street and in homes

When the rains come there are complaints from all over Belize City about flooded streets. But today News Five was called by a Dunn Street resident who has to contend [...]

$10,000 at stake in Duets

Shortly, the knockout competition of KTV Duets takes place live at the Bliss Center for the Performing Arts. Here is what will happen. Six duos competed last Tuesday in the [...]