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Alleged Nude Photo of Newly Appointed U.D.P. Senator Goes Viral

The recent appointment of attorney Francine Burns as a senator for the United Democratic Party was welcomed news on Monday, as it was generally accepted that the Barrow administration was [...]

…Women’s Organizations React to Malicious Social Media Post

The online photo has been traced to the nbzlive blog and according to Reynolds; the unwanted attention arising from such indecent exposure is the very reason why women have traditionally [...]

K.H.M.H. Chair Chandra Nisbet-Cansino Asked to Step Down. Was it Political?

News Five has been able to confirm that Chair of the K.H.M.H. Board of Governors, Chandra Nisbet-Cansino, was approached on Monday and asked to resign. Nisbet-Cansino has been Chair for [...]

Ceremonial Sitting of House of Representatives Set for Friday

The first sitting the Cabinet took place today in Belmopan; there are twelve full ministers and seven ministers of state who sat around the table. We do not have any [...]

Who Will Be the New P.U.P. Leader?

Who will be the new leader of the People’s United Party? That’s the million dollar question left hanging in the wake of the 2015 general election and the announcement of [...]

San Ignacio Police Charged for Beating Up Detainee

A police officer attached to the San Ignacio formation has been arraigned on a single charge of harm after repeatedly striking an individual in custody at the station with a [...]

B.P.P. Challenges PM Barrow to Sign Onto Anti-Corruption Convention

The fight against corruption is an issue that has on the agenda of the former Vision Inspired by the People, which has now become the Belize Progressive Party. The B.P.P. [...]

…Third Party Urges Public to Have Area Representatives Pressure PM

The B.P.P. is also calling on the public to lobby their area representatives to ensure that Belize signs the United Nations Convention Against Corruption.   Paco Smith, Chairman, B.P.P. “Certainly [...]

Belize Progressive Party on Election Results

The general elections held last Wednesday was contested by three political parties—the People’s United Party, the United Democratic Party and the Belize Progressive Party. Considering itself a third option, the [...]

Shanile Faber Pleads Not Guilty to Forgery

A school warden appeared in court today and was charged with claiming upon a forged document. She is Shanile Faber, who is related to Tanisha Sutherland who in May of [...]

Warrant Issued for Immediate Arrest of Mr. Program

Tonight, a warrant for his immediate arrest has been issued against thirty-year old Gilbert Alamilla, who is the well known performing artist, “Mister Program”. This follows his conviction in absentia [...]

Retired Cop Foils Attempted Robbery in Punta Gorda

A retired police officer is being heralded as a hometown hero after thwarting a robbery attempt in Punta Gorda Town.  The incident has subsequently led to the arrest of a [...]

Armed Robbers Hold Up Vivian’s Coffee House in San Ignacio

A daring, armed robbery at a café in San Ignacio Town on Monday night has left a cashier and her co-worker short of cash and other valuables.  According to thirty-eight-year-old [...]

Scholarship Opportunities in The Land Down Under

If you’re on the lookout for an opportunity to further your studies abroad, and a scholarship would be just your thing, you may want to pay attention. The Australian government, [...]

Taiwanese Delegation to Arrive in Belize to Meet with Ombudsman

A high level delegation from Taiwan is expected in Belize later this week. Headed by Doctor Po Ya Chang, the delegation arrives this Thursday to sign an agreement with their [...]

Harvest for Kids Reaps Soybeans

Harvest for Kids is a fundraising program for Belize Camping Experience. Every year the program transports youths from Belize City to farms in Blue Creek for a firsthand experience on [...]