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A Duo of Friends Arraigned for the Murder of Matthiew Klinck

On Wednesday, two teenagers from Santa Elena, Cayo were detained for the vicious and sensational murder of Canadian filmmaker Matthiew Klinck. Klinck’s body was found at the house he lived [...]

Is There a Shortage of Carrots on the Local Market?

There is another looming crisis within the agriculture sector to report on tonight, involving vegetables, particularly carrots, being imported from neighboring Mexico.  The importation of produce from across the northern [...]

Chief Agriculture Officer Says Local Farmers Control Vegetable Market

Harrison says that while there are approximately ten acres awaiting harvest in the north, there are other communities producing vegetables in various parts of the country.  The issue, he concludes, [...]

Jack Charles Wheels and Comes Again but COLA Supports Belizean Rice Producers

Is Jack Charles gearing up for another wave of attacks on the local rice industry?  News Five can confirm tonight that the businessman has lodged a formal request to import [...]

Stake Bank is On Indefinite Hold

Developer Michael Feinstein, the man behind the mega-million dollar Stake Bank Tourism Project, today told News Five that as far as he is concerned the project is on indefinite hold. [...]

An Overnight Fire on Boots Crescent Leaves Family Homeless

A fire swept through a mobile home on Thursday night on Boots Crescent, Belize City. In the blink of an eye, the Flowers family lost everything as the flames quickly [...]

P.U.P. Race for Leadership Gets Ugly on Facebook

In twenty-three days, the People’s United Party will have a new leader or a new old leader, as the case may be. Two of the men vying for the position, [...]

Tropic Air Pilot is Reported Missing

A Tropic Air pilot is said to be missing and efforts are underway to locate him. He is Guilherme Duarte from Portugal who was last seen in San Pedro at [...]

Cops in Separate Sexual Assault Cases are Granted Bail

Today, two cops at the center of allegations sexual abuse were granted Supreme Court bail by Madam Justice Antoinette Moore of the Supreme Court.  San Pedro Cop, twenty-six year Kyle [...]

Tour Guides Beat Charges of Harm Against Vitalino Reyes Jr.

Also from the courts today, five of six men, all tour guides, accused with the beating of Vitalino Reyes Junior in May 2014 are free of the charge of harm. [...]

Patrick Grant Gets a New Lease on Life

The elderly resident of Fern Lane in Belize City, Patrick Grant was left comatose for days after a home invasion on December twenty-seventh. Grant has miraculously recovered and is back [...]

One Month After General Elections and Still No Union Senator Appointed

There have been two senate meetings since the new government took office last November, but the senator to represent the unions and civil society has been conspicuously absent. The unions [...]

BEWU’s Take on Rice War

Mora, as Secretary General of the Belize Energy Workers Union, also addressed the issue of the Guyanese rice sitting at the Big Creek Port in Independence. He says first, that [...]

El Chapo Recaptured in Mexico

There is major news and cause for celebration today in Mexico where the world’s most wanted man is back in the hands of the police. At a predawn operation around [...]