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Finnegan’s comments in the House that went viral

Comments laden with sexual innuendo which were aimed at member for Belize Rural Central Dolores Balderamos Garcia have resulted in a fiery public outcry outside the House. Mesopotamia’s Michael Finnegan [...]

P.U.P. Women want Finnegan to Resign

The raw comments made in the House of Representatives last Wednesday by Finnegan went viral as soon as they were uttered. This morning, Baldermos-Garcia, flanked by women in the People [...]

Finnegan wants Dolores to apologize

Following the P.U.P. Women’s Press Conference at Independence Hall, News Five headed over to Michael Finnegan’s house. Far from cowering from the pressure of the P.U.P. Women’s Group, Finnegan was [...]

Georgetown Cop beaten and dies

One murder was recorded this weekend and at news time tonight, one of two persons is in detention for the homicide of a cop. Twenty-six year old Roy Robert Fernandez [...]

Commuter run-over by bus

A commuter experienced a frightening ordeal this morning when she exited a D and E passenger bus. Raquel Burke, a resident of Bainsville Area in Hattieville, was injured as she [...]

2 Shot through the window in the Gungulung

A shooting early Sunday morning in the Gungulung area of the Old Capital has left one of two persons hospitalized at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital.  Eighteen year old Leroy [...]

Shooting victim Stephen Buckley’s first weekend with cash

After more than three years of begging on the street to feed his family with no assistance from Government, Stephen Buckley received fifty thousand dollars on Friday. The money is [...]

Senate votes on bills to improve quality of life

This morning the Senate met in Belmopan to debate and vote on bills and motions passed through the House this past Wednesday. One of the financial bills up for approval [...]

Senator argues for the PAC

One motion which never made it past the House floor and wasn’t up for debate at the Senate meeting today was on the Public Accounts Committee. The Opposition tabled a [...]

SATIIM refers to US Capital’s alleged neo-colonial arrogance

On August first, SATIIM and the communities of the Sarstoon Temash Region wrote to U.S. Capital Energy asking the company to suspend its operations within the Sarstoon Temash National Park. [...]

Busted with City Councilor’s cheques

Twenty-two year old Michael Usher, an employee of Asset Guard Manufacture Insurance Ltd., was today charged on eight indictable offenses, including two counts of forgery, two counts of obtaining property [...]

Beach cruiser robbers in jail

Two Belize City men are tonight on lockdown following an armed robbery a few weeks ago. Twenty-four-year-old Harry Joseph appeared unrepresented before Magistrate Clive Lino today where he was read [...]

Expo and the Carnival Road March will be on the same day

The Belize Marketplace Expo and the Carnival Road March are both highly anticipated events in the national celebrations calendar. This year, they are both set for September fourteenth and this [...]

And the winners of the National Song Competition are…

The first event in this year’s national celebrations committee took place on Saturday night at the Memorial Park. Junior and senior artists battled to win the top spot in the [...]

Awesome sporting highlights with James Adderley

Good evening I’m James Adderly and this is Sports Monday.   Let’s head to the Norman Broaster Stadium where Atlantic Bank interdistrict football competition staged the semi-final match between Triple [...]