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Concerns mount as child dies of meningitis

A four-year-old boy is dead tonight, believed to be the victim of meningitis. The child, a student of Hummingbird Primary School in Belize City, was admitted to the K.H.M.H. around [...]

Missing Pomona man found dead

The body of a man missing for a week has been found in the Cayo District. Thirty-one year old Abdul Sarraj was found dead near the Iguana Creek Bridge on [...]

Belizeans return from trade fair, hurricane

Today, a group of twenty Belizean businesspersons returned to the country after attending the nineteenth Havana International Trade Fair in Cuba. But this year the group got more than they [...]

Protestors clash over Chalillo project

It’s an issue that has been bubbling for several years, but as the decision on building the Chalillo dam gets closer, those for and against the project are racheting up [...]

Answers lacking in passport scandal

The embarrassing case of the overnight purchase of a Belizean passport by an accused Mexican drug kingpin is moving from the scandalous to the preposterous. While in Belmopan today, News [...]

B.E.L. restores power in south

Officials of Belize Electricity Limited have announced that the company is well on its way to restoring full power in the areas devastated by Hurricane Iris on October eighth. B.E.L.’s [...]

Second Lotto winner collects prize

The second winner of Saturday’s twenty-five thousand dollar Lotto jackpot received her cheque today. Nadia Baptist of Neal Pen Road in Belize City took home ten thousand, six hundred and [...]

Ohio team fights Belizean cavities

Have you noticed that more and more Belizean children are sporting healthy smiles? This morning News 5′s Ann-Marie Williams found out one reason why. Ann-Marie Williams, Reporting Dentists advise that [...]

Monkey River rebounds from storm

On Sunday, Prime Minister Said Musa took the opportunity to visit the village of Monkey River. What he found was that despite being almost totally demolished by Hurricane Iris, a [...]