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Daylight robbery and murder of security guard

The Crime Control Council has agreed to support an anti-crime measure which will allow for police to designate crime ridden areas in the Old Capital; most of the hot spots [...]

Medical Council investigating Northern Regional baby deliveries

The Medical Council has met to discuss the allegations of malpractice at the Northern Regional Hospital. From what is reported, the council is asking the Ministry of Health to suspend [...]

Lavern “Antichrist” Longsworth gets life in prison for murder

Last Thursday, a jury of twelve persons found Lavern Longsworth, also known as Anti-Christ, guilty of the murder of her common-law-husband, David White. Longsworth was back in court this morning [...]

The harsh economic indicators of life in the jewel

In tonight’s economic indicators we look at the staggering external debt and what it says about the health of the economy. The government is engaged in the restructuring of the [...]

Upgrading the airstrip on La Isla Bonita

The overhaul of the San Pedro airport is complete; the multimillion dollar project was launched this afternoon just in time for the beginning of the high tourism season. The event [...]

John McAfee donates to San Pedro police

Millionaire businessman John McAfee’s Orange Walk estate was raided by GSU personnel in early May during an operation in which it was believed that drugs and illegal firearms were being [...]

Dental Mission at St. Martin De Porres leaves big smiles

The Belize Mission Project is back in Belize. In the past two weeks a team from the US comprising dentists, physicians, dental technicians and others in the profession, have been [...]

Chamber pleads for committee to address Auditor General’s Report

The Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee of the House of Representatives is Cayo South Area Rep, Julius Espat. Espat recently wrote to the Clerk of the National Assembly, Eddie [...]

Man convicted for carnal knowledge for a second time

In the Orange Walk court today, a man was convicted for the second time for the crime of carnal knowledge. Romero Jimenez was found guilty of sexually abusing a girl [...]

Magistrate says no bail for second drug trafficking charge

Thirty-one year old Dwight Mariano who has a conviction for drug trafficking, was before the court today for another drug trafficking charge.  He appeared without legal counsel before the Chief [...]

Police department’s additional stop and search; more areas are crime ridden

There are five zones to be designated as Crime Ridden Areas.  Initially the zones would all fall inside the Lake Independence constituency in Belize City. However, News Five understands that [...]

GSU snoops out marijuana

A reputed Ghost Town Gang arrested and charged today for firearm related offences. Early this morning, the GSU searched a house on Central American Boulevard which was occupied by Kenroy [...]

St. Luke gets donation from BelAms

Saint Luke Primary School is nestled in the heart of the South Side along Mahogany Street. The school and students ended the workday with a visit from three Belizean American [...]

Peace Walk for St. Martin De Porres on Saturday

Belize City Resident Deon Flowers is well known in the St. Martin De Porres neighborhood.  He regularly hosts football camps for the neighborhood kids in an effort to keep the [...]

Whoa! Healthy Living’s early signs of depression

Often times we face difficult times in our lives that may make us sad, but when the feeling persists for a bit too long; it may be a sign of [...]