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Resort blocks access to portion of Hopkins graveyard…

We often hear of questionable land deals that infringe on the rights of others. But have you ever heard of a development that infringes on the rights of the dead? [...]

…And legal advisor in Ministry of Lands will dig into the issue

And while Hopkins residents want their graveyard and its sanctity restored, Legal Advisor in the Ministry of Lands, Douglas Carr was as baffled as we were to learn of the [...]

Another vessel runs aground; signals need for buoys

We have reported on various recent marine disasters along Belize’s Barrier Reef and tonight there is another accident that occurred north of Ambergris Caye last weekend. A thirty-two foot vessel [...]

Hayward Charitable Trust to donate to healthcare trust

In Monday’s newscast we carried a story on the future opening of the Sanford Children’s Clinic in Belize and there’s another development on that front. Today, a representative of the [...]

United Cane Farmers Association gets its day in court

They want to be legally recognized as United Cane Farmers, but the only formal grouping, Belize Cane Farmers Association, doesn’t want any other group rocking the sugar industry and getting [...]

Mayas denied bus permits to travel to court

The case of the Maya Leaders Alliance and the Toledo Alcaldes Association versus the government comes up tomorrow in the Supreme Court. The hearing takes place one year after the [...]

Works Ministry intends to bridge north and south sides

If an advertisement in the local papers did not catch your eye, we can say that there is some anticipation over a new proposed bridge that will connect the north [...]

Price of fuel goes up…

You will know by now that a spike in the prices of fuel at the gas pumps was sneaked in on Sunday night. Premium gasoline made the biggest jump by [...]

…And some taxi drivers say brace for higher prices

And what does the hike mean for commuters? News Five went to the City’s streets and spoke with one of the groups most affected; taxi drivers. And while for a [...]

Ladyville bus lines get suspended over fights

And while taxi drivers contemplate fare hikes, in Ladyville commuters are facing another problem in public transportation—a row between two bus operators in the past few days that left travelers [...]

Runaway minor admits to intimate relationship

The mother of a fifteen year old minor in Punta Gorda Town had much to worry about when her daughter ran away on Saturday. While the child returned home on [...]

National Festival of Arts aired live on Channel 5

Five districts, except for Toledo, participated in the National Festival of Arts this past May. Those primary school students, considered the cream of the crop in drama, song and dance, [...]

U.S. Air Force conducts search and rescue exercise

Representatives from the U.S. Air Force are on their second visit to Belize. And this time around, the U.S. Operation Southern Partners is sharing tips on various procedures in aircraft [...]