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CARICOM leaders open summit

It benefited from little advance publicity, whether local or international, so Belizeans could be excused this morning when they awoke to find that the country had been overrun by a [...]

Fire leaves two families homeless

A fire in Belize City on Sunday has left two families without shelter. Today, News 5′s Jacqueline Woods looked for answers in the rubble. Jacqueline Woods, Reporting Fire officials say [...]

Palacio appointed to T and T panel

Belize’s interaction with the Caribbean this week is not confined to the meetings at the Princess Hotel. In Trinidad and Tobago Belize’s Chief Elections Officer, Myrtle Palacio was today sworn [...]

Commission of Inquiry investigates border deaths

Another commission, this time closer to home, has been appointed by Prime Minister Said Musa. Chief Magistrate Herbert Lord, Ombudsman Paul Rodriguez and Human Rights Co-ordinator Maria Gamero, will look [...]

Blake murder trial enters second week

In judicial news, one of the criminal session’s biggest cases entered its second week–and News 5′s Ann-Marie Williams was walking her usual beat. Ann-Marie Williams, Reporting The murder trial of [...]

Southside gunshot victim hospitalised

Another shooting in Belize City’s southside has left a twenty-four year old in the hospital. Jason Brown told police that he was standing in front of his home at Curassow [...]

P.G. store robbed by masked gunmen

The wave of violent crime dominating the headlines has not been confined to the city. On Saturday night in Punta Gorda two masked men armed with a handgun held up [...]

Corozal man succumbs to snakebite

Media reports to the contrary, crime is not the only danger lurking in the Belizean landscape. On Thursday, a farmer from the Corozal District lost his life when he was [...]

BTB mediates cruise controversy

The problem was one of miscommunication between the management of the Belize Tourism Village and a couple of stakeholders that service the Carnival Cruise Line. That was the sentiment of [...]

Yabra bows to Juventus

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and you’ve just entered that exciting zone known as Sports Monday. Week fourteen of the Regent’s Cup Tournament brought a monster confrontation to the People’s [...]