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Tourism village walls still up; affected companies consider contempt charges

It was big news in early March when Chief Justice Abdulai Conteh ordered the removal of the walls barring the Brown Sugar Marketplace and Habourview companies from the boardwalk along [...]

N. Hway accident is second tragedy for Shipyard family

Police continue to investigate Thursday’s tragic road accident which claimed the lives of a husband and wife from the Orange Walk district. News Five has learnt that sixty-two year old [...]

Two brothers charged for San Antonio murder

Meanwhile, police in Corozal have arrested two brothers in connection with Wednesday’s fatal shooting in San Antonio village. The accused are twenty-three year old Valencio Rash and his seventeen year [...]

Ninth suspect in drug plane landing turns himself in to cops

He’s been on the run for a month but tonight another suspect believed to have been involved with the suspected drug plane that landed on the Northern Highway has turned [...]

Hurricane experts predict another above average season

The start of the 2008 Hurricane Season is less than two months away and forecasters are busy making their predictions. This week weather experts William Gray and Philip Klotzbach of [...]

Merlene Bailey Martinez is new C.E.O. of S.S.B.

From the start, it was clear she was the choice of the political directorate but this afternoon the Social Security Board confirmed that Merlene Bailey Martinez is the new Chief [...]

Cayo business donates six trucks to police dept.

This afternoon the Belize Police Department received six new vehicles from a generous Cayo business house. According to press officer Clement Palacio, the six Admiral-brand diesel pick-up trucks were donated [...]

Belize City Council launches clean-up campaign

Belize City is often criticized as being a dirty place, so today the Belize City Council embarked on a clean up campaign that they intend to maintain on a long [...]

Counselling classes to improve HIV testing services

As any doctor or educator will tell you, getting an HIV test is easy but things get tricky when the results are out. That’s why it’s so very important for [...]

Are educational competitions making a difference in students’ lives?

Events like the Social Security Board’s Math Olympiad, the Coca Cola Spelling Bee and the Belize Tourism Board’s Social Studies Quiz have made educational competitions a popular part of the [...]

News Five seeks Reporter

A vacancy exists for a reporter to join the staff of one of the region’s most highly honoured television news organisations. Applicants should possess the following qualifications: – Associate’s or [...]