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Preying In the Church: Sexual Assault Victims Speak Out

Alleged victims of sexual abuse at the hands of well-known church leader Mervin Budram continue to speak out. Tonight, we hear from another woman who has also decided to tell [...]

Cynthia Joseph is Injured by Gunshot Insider Her Ladyville Home

A resident of Ladyville was injured inside her home when a bullet tore through her roof and struck her in the head.  Cynthia Joseph, told investigators that she heard a [...]

Police Say Hinds Was the Intended Target of Shooting

On Friday, we reported on the shooting of a fisherman in the Antelope Street Extension area the night before. The attack on forty-nine-year-old Delbert Hinds left him with a bullet [...]

18 Years Later, Bottom Dollar Goes Out of Business

Another iconic business in downtown Belize City will be closing its doors permanently in a few short weeks.  It was announced earlier today that Bottom Dollar Supermarket is going out [...]

PM Briceño Responds to Chambers Concerns About Price Control

While Bottom Dollar is counting down to August thirty-first to shutter its business, Prime Minister John Briceño has weighed in once again on the unrelenting issue of price gouging in [...]

PM Briceño Says G.O.B. will Meet with Chamber

The Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry argues that the business community has been experiencing significant increases in the cost of doing business and has been contending with increases in [...]

Surveyor is Charged for 15 Counts of Gaining Property by Deception

Fifty-eight-year-old Dorrington Williams Junior, a resident of Saint Matthew’s Village, has been charged with fifteen counts of obtaining property by deception after being accused of swindling over thirty thousand dollars [...]

Belizeans Attending Jamboree in S. Korea Evacuated Amid Looming Typhoon

And this news coming from South Korea today, Belizeans who are part of the Santa Elena Jaguar Scouts attending the World Scouts Jamboree have been evacuated from the campsite amidst [...]

Welcome Back ADO Bus Runs to and from Cancun!

It’s a service and an affordable convenience that Belizeans and visitors alike have appreciated and made use of when they’ve wanted to tour or travel by road. But COVID came [...]

Transport Minister: Strict Rules are in Place to Protect Belizean Bus Runs

The Minister of Transport, Rodwell Ferguson was in attendance at the inaugural ceremony in Chetumal along with Acting Chief Transport Officer, Peter Williams. Ferguson told News Five that the resumption [...]

2 Buses Approved for e-Mobility Pilot Project in Belize City

Today, the Belize City Council announced that staying true to its commitment towards low carbon transportation, the council will be acquiring two electric buses. The proposed e-mobility pilot project is [...]

E-Buses to Improve Public Transport Service

Once launched, the council will evaluate the performance to ensure operational efficiency. The goal is that this e-mobility public transport fleet will be increased to a public private partnership at [...]

A Successful Back-to-School Super Sale in Belize City

Over the weekend, on Saturday, the Belize City Council successfully concluded its downtown super sale. Over one hundred and fifty different businesses set up booths in the downtown area and [...]

Belize Secures Historic Bronze in 2023 CODICADER Games

Goodnight and welcome to another edition of Sports Monday, I am Paul Lopez. “Winning takes talent; to repeat takes character”. That is a quote from former American Basketball Coach, John [...]