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Gabby Affif acquitted in passport scandal

Belize City businessman Gabby Affif is a free man tonight following a not guilty verdict handed down in the passport scandal. The jury of six women and three men began [...]

Armed bandits attack again … near Belmopan

Details are sketchy at this hour but reports to News Five late tonight indicate that Black Rock Lodge, located near Benque Viejo del Carmen was attacked by armed bandits around [...]

Victim claims he was shot to keep him from testifying

Tonight another body lies in the Belize City morgue, another victim of deadly gun violence. According to the survivor of latest incident, he became a target the second he agreed [...]

Accused murderer walks in Requeña case

An accused killer walked out of court a free man today, but that freedom turned out to be short-lived because authorities immediately rearrested him for the attempted murder of another [...]

Case of confiscated cigarettes goes up in smoke

It might have taken almost two years to complete but today, the Customs Department has officially released the findings of its investigation into the discovery of two containers filled with [...]

One woman play to take Bliss stage tonight

Rising crime rates in Belize have prompted the question of reinstating the death penalty for convicted criminals. This weekend, a new play will open at the Bliss on that very [...]

Belizean ballers face El Salvador on Sat. night

To put it mildly, the Belize National team has had a tough time in international play but the players and coaches are going down kicking and screaming. This weekend our [...]

Village life photography exhibit opens at Image Factory

A new exhibit opens tonight at the Image Factory in Belize City and as News Five’s Alyssa Noble reports, the show focuses on life in one of the prettiest places [...]

New governance commission appointed by P.M.

Following the mass resignation of twelve members of the governance commission last November, today the Musa administration announced a new list of persons appointed to the body. The group comprises [...]

Educators launch honey project in Toledo

Few Belizean products have been able to successfully break into international markets, but one group of Toledo educators is hoping that traditional practices and modern day marketing will spell success [...]