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The Story of a Belizean Turned Winemaker

You would have heard the buzz around a sparkling wine that was made through partnership between Wine Smith Belize Limited and Stig Da Artist. Etre Vu was launched in the [...]

“Thirsty Thursday is Not a Drug Haven”, says owner of establishment

 While three male officers were on the ground, they responded with great caution. The owner of the night club believes that the policemen did not want to touch the young [...]

A Shout Out to Inspiring Teachers

Teachers play an integral role in our development from our early childhood years in preschool and primary school and then in high school, as we decide whether we will venture [...]

Prime Minister Briceño: Global Challenges Require Global Response

During the ceremony in Taiwan, Prime Minister John Briceño said that people are yearning for a new humanitarian spirit that promotes peace. This, he says, is a concept that Belize [...]

CAB Youth Reporter Finds Out More About US Embassy Youth Ambassadors Program

To celebrate International Children’s Day of Broadcasting this past weekend, the National Committee for Families and Children, N.C.F.C., facilitated an interview by a member of the Children’s Advisory Board with [...]

Senator Salas Resigns to Avoid Conflict of Interest at WWF Post

Senator for Non- Governmental Organizations, Osmany Salas, has tendered his resignation as Senator, after five years of service in the seat, to take up a post at a conservation N.G.O. [...]

Cabinet Reviews COVID in Schools, Virtual Trials and Highway Patrols

In Cabinet news, the Minister of Education reported that all schools are being closely monitored for any potential COVID-19 outbreaks. During the first week of classes, the Ministry of Health [...]

Prime Minister Shares Christmas Message

We end tonight’s newscast with an excerpt from Prime Minister John Briceño’s Christmas message.  He reminds us to use the season as an opportunity to resolve our differences and to [...]

Elise Craig is the Grand Prize Winner of Gimme 5!

As you all know, News Five is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary of being in your homes, bringing to you our flagship newscast, but also the many entertainment shows and local [...]

Belize’s Oldest Citizen Celebrates 108th Birthday

Leonora Patnett’s residence on Wagner’s Lane was alive with activity today, as friends and family from across Belize City stopped in to wish her a happy birthday.  Patnett is Belize’s [...]

Evangelical Association Says No to Legalizing Marijuana

Tomorrow the Government will put for a bill on new industries, including those that utilize cannabis products. It is a controversial topic that has some in Belize divided. The churches [...]

P.S.U. Slams Proposed New Posts at Ministry of Health

Tonight, President of the Public Service Union Dean Flowers is speaking out about the amendment of the Public Health Act. The amendment, which will be tabled before the House of [...]

BEST Mourns Passing of Dennis Jones

Also being mourned this week is Dennis Jones, the managing director of the Belize Enterprise for Sustainable Technology. He passed away on Monday. He was in this role since 1997 [...]

Witness to Laddie Gillett Shooting Says They Had No Idea Men in Black Were Police

The shooting death of fourteen-year-old Laddie Gillett in Placencia on Wednesday has sent shock waves across the nation. Tonight, we bring you an exclusive eye-witness report from nineteen-year-old Thomas Palacio, [...]

Those close to Laddie Gillett mourn his death

From the courthouse in Belmopan, Paul Lopez visited with Laddie’s football coaches at Youth for the Mission, and one person who has been around Laddie over the past decade and [...]

Belizean Film Makers Receive Grants

When COVID-19 hit, many industries were hit hard and continue to suffer as a result of the economic shock and the health restrictions. One of those industries is the entertainment [...]

PSU members Lean Towards Accepting GOB Proposals

Is the P.S.U. on the verge of ending their strike? Well, according to one of their leaders, Dean Flowers, the majority of its membership surveyed overnight indicated they are in [...]

Negotiations Coming to an End

Vice President Flowers says negotiations between the Joint Unions and G.O.B. representatives over the budget may be coming to an end after three weeks, but the discussion on good governance [...]

Negotiating Team Acknowledges Joint Union’s Discontent

Government’s negotiating team has acknowledged the joint union’s grievance with the Prime Minister’s national address. On Thursday night, P.S.U. President, Gerald Henry told News Five that an apology was given, [...]

Attorney Darrel Bradley Discusses Good Governance Reform Legislation

In response to pressure from the unions demanding the implementation of good governance legislation to support the U.N. Convention Against Corruption, this week Prime Minister John Briceño issued a document [...]

BPOs donate 80K for COVID-19 response

Representatives of five of the biggest call centers in Belize officially did a handing over of donation to the Ministry of Health. The players in the BPO sector got together [...]

Anigi – a new book by Govel Morgan Jr.

Punta Gorda native and author Govel Morgan Junior recently published his book entitled “Anigi” on the international market. According to Morgan, while the book was originally published in the late [...]

“Corruption will be with us always”, says PM

On Thursday, the Prime Minister’s Business Forum was held under the theme, “Embracing Innovation for Economic Prosperity”. One of the guest speakers at the event was Linner Viik. He is [...]

Corruption Also Involves Private Sector Partners

Corruption is not only a problem that many governments have been battling. Corruption has found its way in not only the government department and ministries but also in the private [...]

Bishops condemn U.S. immigration stance

On Friday, a conference of Bishops of the Anglican Episcopal Churches of Central America and Mexico issued a statement on the planned cancellations of several U.S. programs for immigrants. These [...]