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Final pre-game Report from Portland on Gold Cup 2013

In the next two hours, the Belize Jaguars will enter the Jeld-Wen Field in Portland for their highly anticipated game against the United States. Belizeans all over will be tuning [...]

The possibilities after the game against the USA

While we are seeking a favorable outcome against the leviathan, a loss this early in the competition would not necessarily spell doom for team captain, Shane Orio, and the National [...]

Match-fixer identified and has been in Belize before

But leading up to tonight’s world’s stage, there were some trials and tests for our boys. Over the weekend, Midfielder, Ian Gaynair, and Goalkeeper, Woodrow West, were offered thousands of [...]

Affiliated with gang but murder not gang related

As we reported in Monday’s newscast, twenty-one year old Jamal Neal was executed in one of the City’s most dangerous neighborhoods. Just after six o’clock on Monday evening, shots rang [...]

Gender Policy Protest hits Cayo in thousands

The pro-constitution movement has been making its rounds of Belize. It touched down in the twin towns of Santa Elena and San Ignacio this morning and there is every indication [...]

Council of Churches not part of gender policy protests

While the protest was taking place in San Ignacio, this morning we spoke to Bishop Phillip Wright of the Council of Churches to find out if the church was part [...]

Churches official statement on gender Policy

Several meetings have been held by the Council of Churches to discuss the Gender Policy 2013. Following a meeting on Monday, the Council is taking a position on the controversial [...]

Following end of UNIBAM ruling, Church expects more discussions

But, the true testament will be revealed in the ruling of Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin in the case of Caleb Orosco versus the Attorney General. This landmark case, which is [...]

Rape and burglary suspect free, but may face charge in future

While the church is looking to its next day in court, a man accused of a heinous crime may see himself standing before a judge and jury once again.  In [...]

Three persons taken to court for being illegally in Belize

Time is also the mind of one of three foreign nationals. This morning, the three illegal immigrants were charged for separate offenses.  They have been identified as Honduran nationals twenty [...]

US ambassador designate has strong legal background

The White House is nominating ex-judge Carlos Moreno as its new ambassador to Belize. Moreno sat on California’s State Supreme court and has also been a Federal District Judge. His [...]

The spiritual side to a summer camp

At the Queen Street Baptist School on Queen Street, about a hundred students were back in the classrooms. The curriculum, however, is different and other than regular classes, the children [...]

US and Belize Coaches give Gold CUp press conference

Channel Five’s live coverage of the Gold Cup begins at eight-thirty.  A team has been embedded to follow the Jaguars’ experience in the United States. Rick Romero and William Neal [...]

From the streets come words of inspiration for Jaguars

Here in Belize, we caught up with fans of the Belize Jaguars. They expressed overwhelming support for the national team to beat the United States against all odds.   Joseph [...]