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Jaguars leave for Portland Oregon for Gold Cup

Tonight, the Jaguars are safely on their way to Portland, Oregon for the Gold Cup 2013.  The CONCACAF games get underway on Sunday and we will be bringing that live. [...]

Players and F.F.B. sign contracts prior to departure

The Belize Jaguars were late for their farewell and public pep rally at the PGIA this morning, because of a dispute regarding contracts and payments between the administration of the [...]

King’s Park Grocery store robbed in One Click

A mid afternoon robbery occurred in the King’s Park Area. Three robbers entered One Click Supermarket at the corner of Hopkins and First Streets and robbed the establishment of an [...]

Tremors experienced on Delta Airline flight

Late Thursday, News Five received reports that a flight from the U.S. to Belize had experienced severe turbulence about an hour out of Belize, resulting in injuries to multiple passengers [...]

Large gathering for PG protest against Gender Policy

In Orange Walk the Association of Evangelical Pastors and Churches, Belize Can and Belize Action mustered about two hundred anti-gender policy protesters. But in Toledo today, they came out in [...]

Costa Rica passes Gay Marriage

While a Supreme Court decision in the constitutional challenge brought against the Government of Belize by UNIBAM’s Caleb Orosco, to repeal Section Fifty-Three of the Criminal Code, is being anxiously [...]

Maya Leaders turn to courts on land rights case

The Mayan Leaders Alliance and the Toledo Alcaldes’ Association are taking the Government of Belize to court again, this time for contempt. They say that Supreme Court decisions in 2007 [...]

He stole her heart and her cell phone

He once stole her heart…but his second attempt was not to steal her love, but items from her home. Twenty-seven year old Darrington Lauriano, a carpenter of Castle Street, was [...]

GSU suppresses marijuana from the streets

The Gang Suppression Unit continues to reduce the supply of marijuana on the streets.  On Thursday evening, the GSU went on an Anti-Drug Operation on Neal’s Pen Road at the [...]

Burn victim responds to voice of wife

Dwayne Flowers is a well known Placencia resident who was seriously injured on Wednesday afternoon. Flowers was at a home that was recently sold, and while inspecting a gas tank, [...]

Summer Camp needs some help for St. Martin’s kids

Summer Camps are a good forum to provide opportunities for children to enjoy the break away from the classrooms. In Belize City, veteran camp organizer, Deon Flowers, is hosting a [...]

Police Department recognizes honorable youths

The annual Du Di Rait Ting Award Ceremony organized by the Police Department took place this morning in Belize City. Five high schools participated, but it is the Independence High [...]

CARICOM heads of government at summit in Trinidad

In regional news, CARICOM Heads of Government are in Trinidad and Tobago where a summit is currently underway. Trinidad’s Prime Minister Kamla Persuad is chairing the regional Conference of Heads [...]

Road to the Gold Cup features Evan Mariano

In over two hours, the Belize Jaguars will touch down in Portland, Oregon where they will play against the United States in the first of three games. While every player [...]