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New Bar Association President

There are changes in the leadership of the Bar Association. At its annual general meeting at the Radisson this past Thursday, a new executive committee was elected. The baton was [...]

Succotz Village Council feels slighted by Royal Visit

Prince Harry, the younger son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, is coming to visit Belize at the end of the week as part of the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations. Channel [...]

Undocumented Salvadorans and Peruvian busted

Four Honduran nationals, who were caught in Belize without proper documents were each fined a thousand dollars last week and are currently awaiting expulsion. Another group of illegal immigrants had [...]

Where is Julissa Westby who accused cops?

A phone and assorted jewelry that were allegedly stolen from the police exhibit room last March resulted in two police women being placed on interdiction and charged with Theft. Back [...]

P.U.P. Rally reigns over Cayo

The opposition People’s United Party picked up momentum in the west over the past weekend. The west has traditionally been considered a U.D.P. stronghold, but with the thousands that turned [...]

A visit from neighboring Quintana Roo

Among the last guests that the current city council will receive before the Municipal Elections is a thirteen member team from the town of Othon P. Blanco in neighboring Quintana [...]

Mayor Moya moving on

With just a week before the March seventh Municipal Elections, a new mayor is expected to take over city hall. Today, News Five caught up with two-time Mayor Zenaida Moya, [...]

Scotiabank donates to Living Hope

Living Hope Preparatory School, which offers a second chance to primary and high school dropouts, relocated to Maskall Street last September after the Atlantic Bank donated a building to them. [...]

Muy Caliente KTV Latino

It’s Tuesday and that means the Bliss is the place to be for a night packed with entertainment. So get ready for another round of performances in KTV Latino season [...]

Blackout in Belize City!

At about ten minutes to five o’clock this evening, the city lost power. According to the state owned Belize Electricity Limited, faulty equipment at the Magazine Road substation was the [...]

Construction worker killed in Belize City

Two men were killed today; one in the city and the other in Belmopan. In the city, a construction worker was found dead outside a small shop on Mahogany Street. [...]

Another Murder in the West; 29 year old Reggie Martinez found stabbed to death

In the capital, police are investigating a gruesome murder that took place in the outskirts of Belmopan. Police say they have little to go by and the family of twenty-nine [...]

Was stolen vehicle linked in murder of Benito Mendoza in Belmopan?

The police department has busted two of its own members with a stolen vehicle, which may be linked to a murder in Belmopan. On February twenty-sixth 2012, while patrolling the [...]

2 security guards stabbed over old beef in Benque

Further west, in Benque Viejo del Carmen, two men were hospitalized and are in stable condition. The two were involved in a brawl at Otis Night Club early on Sunday [...]

Fatal Traffic Accident takes the life of retired woman

An elderly Biscayne woman was knocked down and killed as she rode a bicycle on the Northern Highway on Saturday evening. The driver, forty-five year old David Zetina, was heading [...]

Belize Poultry Association incensed over license give to import Poultry

There is a report tonight that a license has been issued for the importation of a huge amount of poultry. It has the Belize Poultry Association up in arms because [...]

Trial begins for Attempted Murder of Rodwell Williams

With the murder of Ricky Valencia last Wednesday, Akeem Thurton now stands alone on trial for the Attempted Murder of Attorney Rodwell Williams, the law partner of the prime minister. [...]

Man sentenced to 38 years for Carnal Knowledge Conviction

Late Friday evening a forty year old man was convicted of sexually abusing an eight year old girl. Dangriga resident, Newellyn Nicholas, was on trial for three counts of Carnal [...]

People’s Referendum set and ready for Wednesday

Voting takes place this Wednesday on offshore drilling. Across the country, forty-six polling stations are being set up for the People’s Referendum which will determine whether registered voters support or [...]

All that’s good in Sports with James Adderley

Good Evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. Week three in the PLB brought a monster showdown inside the Isidro Beaton Stadium Saturday night as the Belmopan Bandits [...]

Murder in Capital City

There was a murder in the capital early this morning. It is the first in Belmopan since the beginning of the year and the community is in shock.  The Roaring [...]

2 elections one day; voter process explained

The 2012 elections are twelve days away and campaign gear can be seen on the streets and on the television. The songs, ads, speeches, and hundreds of promises in party [...]

Media regulations for March 7th

Earlier today Tamai met with stakeholders and the media setting down guidelines for coverage. Tamai says that tallying of votes will take place at the same time in the different [...]

Viewer poll not keen on U.D.P. 2nd term

Do you believe the current government deserves a second term in office? That was our question of the week and the results were fast and furious. Almost four thousand persons [...]

Julius and Ramon in Cayo South Campaign

Over seven thousand voters are registered in the Cayo South division where both political parties have flooded the area with party colors and flags. First time aspirant who is also [...]