Belize - Belize News - Channel5Belize.com - Great Belize Productions - Belize Breaking News
Home » November, 2015 You are currently browsing entries posted in: November, 2015

Popular Ducunu Vendor Loses Everything in Morning Blaze

A father and son left their home on Allenby Street, Belize City, for work this morning; two hours later they got a distress call that their house was ablaze as [...]

Alleged Fraudster with Forged Belizean IDs Granted $10,000 Bail

Forty-seven year old Mexican- American national David Miguel Nanes Schnitzer is out on bail tonight. Nanes is wanted in Mexico in connection with what is known as a Ponzi scheme [...]

Baby Nina Placed in Foster Home…Mother Allowed Visitation

At news time tonight, we can confirm that arrangements are in play to deliver two year old Nina Charlotte Barrera-Perez into the care of foster parents in Orange Walk. It’s [...]

Tourist Drowns at Shark Ray Alley

There are many questions surrounding the death of an elderly American visitor who lost his life on Tuesday afternoon when he drowned off the coast of Caye Caulker.  Sixty-one-year-old Karl [...]

Spilled Diesel Causes Major Pileup on the PG Highway

There was a deadly traffic accident on the George Price Highway on Thursday. A forty-seven year old resident of Las Flores community in Belmopan was hit and killed. The vendor [...]

Still No Arrest in Election Night shooting

Sixteen days after he allegedly discharged his firearm in public on election night, a close affiliate and supporter of Minister of Police John Saldivar has yet to be charged, or [...]

Eastern Division South Commander Says Police Attitude Has Changed

Before the Garifuna Settlement Day holiday we caught up with Eastern Division South Commander Chester Williams as he and his officers walked on Oleander Street in the City, meeting and [...]

Williams Claims Police Have Regained Community’s Respect

Williams told News Five that before any community is willing to respond to Police intervention, that department must have legitimacy. The Commander of Eastern Division South claims that slowly, but [...]

Two Women Arrested For Stealing Underwear

Two women one who resides on Palmar Road, Orange Walk, the other from Ranchito Village, Corozal Town, are on remand tonight for stealing over two hundred pieces of underwear from [...]

Murdered Contrabandista home well secured

According to a newspaper in Chetumal, Ernesto Alfonso de Miguel who is also known as “En Español” lived for various years at the Corozal Free zone in a bunker. The [...]

PM Barrow Pays Tribute on Garifuna Settlement Day

Garifuna Settlement Day was celebrated on November nineteenth with festivities in various communities across the country.  In Belize City, Yurumein, or the traditional re-enactment of the arrival of the Garinagu [...]

Barrow Says GOB Will Show Appreciation With Finance

While the bust of Garifuna hero Thomas Vincent Ramos has been ready for quite some time, all efforts to compensate sculptor Stephen Okeke have fallen short.  That is until Thursday [...]

NCFC Embraces Diverse Abilities on Children’s Day

International Children’s day is marked in calendars around to the globe. It doesn’t matter on which day the celebration is held; the mission is to ensure that children around the [...]

Orange Walk To Hold 5th Annual Tacos Festival

The original, authentic, annual Orange Walk Tacos Festival is back, and organizers say it will be bigger and better than ever. Going on its fifth year, the festival showcases every [...]

Sights and Sounds of festivities from Garifuna Settlement Day

Dangriga is the koltcha capital of Belize and on Thursday it lived up to its name for Garifuna Settlement Day. The activities started early morning with the re-enactment of the [...]