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Freetown Road business robbers caught

The unrelenting stream of armed robberies during the holiday season continued in the Old Capital this morning.   De He Li Store on Freetown Road became the latest target of a [...]

More exposure of the KHMH Files

Another Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital (KHMH) scandal concerning the questionable purchase of pharmaceuticals and other medical supplies, despite a commission of inquiry being held in November 2009 to investigate such [...]

Attorney says KHMH improprieties straightforward

Saldivar says despite not being a pharmacist or a member of the hospital’s management, the improprieties outlined in the information he has unearthed is straightforward. Arthur Saldivar, Attorney for Delroy [...]

COLA’s Moses Sulph cleared of charges

There is another voice that has not yet sounded its own concern about the KHMH procurement practices. That voice belongs to COLA. The president of Citizens Organized for Liberty Through [...]

Accident victims want answers

On Monday a group of employees on their way to an early morning shift at Windy Hills Resort were involved in a near fatal collision.  The Toyota Hiace they were [...]

Reformed man says cops beat him

Thirty five year old Eaton Carr, a resident of Dangriga says he has been under constant harassment and threat from a Dangriga Police Corporal. Carr says he is a former [...]

Kevin Lee free (temporarily) and found Faith

The infamous acupuncturist, Kun Lin Lee, also known as Kevin Lee has been offered bail.   On December twenty first, the sixty seven year old massage therapist appeared before Senior Magistrate [...]

Castle Street resident busted with weed

While on mobile patrol on Thursday morning, police officers on Castle Street spotted a suspicious man carrying a black plastic bag.  The man ran upon being spotted and officers caught [...]

Judge disbelieves cop story

Cayetano will see 2012 behind bars; however, a teenager who happens to be a former police officer will not usher in the New Year behind prison walls. Police reported that [...]

Fireworks Expert on All of the Lights

There are fourteen holidays on the 2012 calendar.  However, not all holidays are created equal.  More than just a day off, the nature of the break in a workweek is [...]

Queens List of Locals now in the Empire

In a press release from Belize House in Belmopan, the Office of the Governor-General issued a list of six of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth the Second’s 2012 appointment to the [...]

New Year’s Resolutions from City Streets

The queen is not the only person formulating that all-important list at the end of the year. The New Year is a time to reflect and re-evaluate ourselves.  New Year’s [...]

Last minute shopping for 2012’s clothing

To celebrate the New Year many of us will ring in 2012 in a grand style and a grand fashion. And with the eve of 2012 just a day away, [...]

News Five’s 2011 Year in Review

As the year comes to a close for us here at Channel Five, it has been one of immense growth and success. As we close the Two Thousand eleven chapter, [...]

RECONDEV employee jacked of $21,000

A Belmopan thief probably knew when he went after workers of the Reconstruction Development Corporation (RECONDEV), he would net a sizeable amount of cash.  On Wednesday evening around four-thirty that [...]

KHMH welcomes audit; Attorney says millions wasted

The Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital (KHMH) went through a very public hearing during 2009’s Commission of Inquiry that analyzed the procedures used to determine how medical supplies and pharmaceuticals are [...]

2 detained for home invasion murder

On Wednesday night, we told you about the ruthless home invasion of thirty four year old Sylvan Roberts, an ultrasound technician of Santa Elena, Cayo. Roberts and his family were [...]

Soldier takes his own life

Apparently in addition to Roberts, the youth who drowned in Dangriga and the homeless man in the park, there was a fourth person who died during the Christmas Holiday. It [...]

Villagers patrolling border against incursions

The soldier’s death is not the only issue that is weighing heavily on the thoughts of PG residents. The border has been patrolled by soldiers like Teul for years, but [...]

The juice man cometh in 2012

Sculptor, inventor, author and juice man are only a few of the hats that the man known as Stephen Okeke has donned over the past fifteen years in Belize. Okeke [...]

Well known ‘youth man’ dies from shooting injuries

Ever since he was shot in November of 2010, well-known street figure, Anthony Major, better known as ‘King of Pinks Alley’, remained bed-ridden. Major, was by no means an innocent [...]

Estranged wife charged for assaulting cops

A domestic dispute on Christmas Day which led to a police officer calling for backup ended in an attack on Police Constable Carl Smith by his estranged common-law-wife, Sharlet Bainton. [...]

Woman finds woman’s number in husband’s phone

A Christmas Day brawl between two women over a cellphone number allegedly found inside a common-law-husband’s phone ended when one woman was attacked and injured with a knife. The incident [...]

Moss freed of gun possession charge

On Wednesday evening, a gun possession charge which was levied against nineteen year-old Delroy Moss in March 2010 was struck out.   It was ruled that there was insufficient evidence to [...]

OAS/Senator Shoman observing Jamaica Elections

Thousands of Jamaicans converged on the polls today to choose between the incumbent government of the Jamaican Labour Party and the People’s National Party under the leadership of Portia Simpson [...]