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Father and son dead in southside fire

A father and son are dead tonight following a fire at 29 East Canal this evening. Eighty year old Mario Aguilar, the owner of the building, and forty-five year old [...]

Plane flips on landing at municipal airstrip

When it departed Big Creek at around 4 o’clock this evening, it seemed like a routine flight to Belize City. However, the pilot, Daniel Perdomo, his co-pilot and four passengers [...]

Four injured in traffic accidents

A pair of traffic accidents have left four people injured and a hit and run driver still on the loose. On Thursday police Sergeant Florentino Salam was driving near mile [...]

Electrical fault blamed for S.C. Valley fire

On Tuesday their tiny bodies were trapped inside a burning building and they perished in the inferno. Today, fire officials blame an electrical fault as the cause of the fire [...]

A.C.S. concludes ministerial meeting

The meeting took place without much fanfare, as befits a young organization that has yet to find a strong voice in the international arena. But the A.C.S., which includes CARICOM [...]

Belize and Guat. ministers to meet in Washington

It was an issue that was not discussed at the meeting of the Association of Caribbean States, but early next week, Foreign Minister Assad Shoman heads to Washington, D.C. for [...]

Belize safe as hurricane season ends

If you were watching this newscast at the end of November in 1997, instead of today, the rest of what I am going to say would have seemed odd, if [...]

Leopold Balderamos: dead at 82

And while we give thanks for the weather, we also offer our condolences on the death this afternoon of Leopold Balderamos. Balderamos, following a stint in the Royal Air Force [...]

Belize wins first medal in C.A./Caribbean Games

Belize has won its first medal in the Caribbean and Central American Games in El Salvador. This morning racquetball star Matthew Anderson defeated his Guatemalan opponent in a comeback victory [...]

Tampa-Yucatan ferry will help Belize

It’s a service that started a few years ago, but quickly folded. Now the idea is back…hopefully to stay. What I’m talking about is a ferry service between Tampa, Florida [...]

Tribute to Bev Smith-Lopez on Sunday

If you are free this Sunday we can recommend no better activity than the one taking place at the Bliss. Jacqueline Woods has more. Jacqueline Woods, Reporting Beverly Smith-Lopez–sometimes affectionately [...]

AIDS conference seeks proactive stance

The first national conference on AIDS wound up today in Belize City and while there was little good news in the room, as News 5′s Marion Ali reports, some strategies [...]