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Godwin Hulse Gives His Account of DPM’s Reception at Mason Manor

There has been a full week of solid coverage of the bizarre murder of Pastor Llewellyn Lucas. Five persons including the man alleged to be the murder mastermind, William Mason, [...]

How Did Guyanese Born/Canadian National William Mason Become a Native Belizean?

Before coming to Belize William Danny Mason, using multiple names, was known to be a grifter, a con man, and a scam artist without scruples. In Belize he was a [...]

Frustration Over Rank Corruption at Vital Statistics Unit

The birth certificate in question, obviously fraudulent, was actually issued by the Vital Stats Department which comes under the Attorney-General’s Ministry. That occurrence, we can tell you with certainty, is [...]

Tracy Panton is Grilled About William Mason

News Five also got the opportunity to speak to Minister of State in Economic Development Tracy Taegar-Panton. It seems that just about every other U.D.P. Minister hung out with William [...]

Government is Headed to CCJ for Interpretation of B.T.L. Arbitration Award

Just when you thought that the B.T.L. acquisition fiasco had been settled, the Ashcroft Group and the Government of Belize are headed back to the courts for an interpretation of [...]

Godwin Hulse Weighs in on Campaign Financing

Frank ‘Papa’ Mena received ten thousand dollars from Mason toward his by-election campaign. At least he says it was only ten thousand. According to Prime Minister Dean Barrow, no other [...]

Government Vehicles Collide on Busy Highway

After nine this morning, there was a traffic accident on the Phillip Goldson Highway in front of Enrique Martinez and Sons Limited. It involved two government vehicles, a Ford Ranger [...]

Mobile Patrol Along Seven-mile Stretch to Haulover Bridge

Now the last time we spoke with Senior Superintendent Flowers, traffic accidents were a perennial problem in the precinct four area.  Today it still remains the most prevalent issue officers [...]

B.S.C.F.A. Says Farmers Shouldn’t Absorb Cost of Spoiled Molasses

Up north, there is trouble in the sugar belt. Will sugar cane farmers in the north bear the brunt of financial losses from spoiled molasses?  Caneros are tonight incensed over [...]

Homeless, Hungry Man is Sentenced to 5 Years for Burglary

An elderly homeless man is spending his first night of a five-year prison term in jail tonight for causing damages of four hundred dollars during a break-in. Sixty-year old Codrington [...]

Overnight Shootings in Belize City and San Pedro Leaves Teenager Injured

Two persons were injured in separate shootings on Thursday night in Belize City and San Pedro.  In the Old Capital shortly after nine o’clock, gunshots rang out in the vicinity [...]

National Trade Policy Framework is Launched in Belize

Today the Ministry of Economic Development and stakeholders launched the National Trade Police Framework. That structure signifies approval by Cabinet to implement a comprehensive review to find common and fertile [...]

CitCo Wraps Up Annual Summer Camp

Summer camps have been providing an outlet for those energetic kids who are on holidays. In the city, students from numerous schools participated in a free summer program that entertained [...]

2016 Expressive Arts Summer Program is Hosted by ICA

Another summer camp dedicated to the expressive arts concluded today in Belize City. Hosted by the Institute of Creative Arts, the participants enjoyed sessions in arts, drama, dance and music. [...]

Creative Arts Curriculum to be Piloted in Primary Schools

Green also told News Five that after four years in the making, in the next school year, the creative arts curriculum will be piloted in primary schools.   Leroy Green, [...]

Calypso Rose to be Honored at WOMEX

Calypso Rose will be bestowed with the WOMEX 16 Artist Award in October of this year in Santiago De Compostela, Berlin. At age seventy-six, the legendary singer and composer from [...]

Banda Cellula Visits from Panama

The Cellula Band of Panama is in the country; the band arrived late this evening and will be performing two free concerts in Orange Walk and San Ignacio. Established in [...]