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Corozal villages flooded, families evacuated

Since Monday, Belize City and the Northern Districts have been experiencing heavy downpours from a flare up of thunderstorms all along the coast of Belize up to Chetumal. The constant [...]

Deportee charged with taxi robbery

After allegedly losing his gun in a tousle with a 66 year old taxi driver Tuesday morning, 23 year old Ryan Horne was charged today with robbery, possession of an [...]

One prisoner recaptured, second at large

One of the Hattieville prisoners who escaped while on an outing in Belize City August 14 has been recaptured. Prison officials say Clarence Gentle was under surveillance on Neal Pen [...]

Tourist drowns while on dive trip to Blue Hole

Late this evening, News Five was informed that a tourist drowned while on a dive trip to the Blue Hole at Turneffe. While at this time information is sketchy, we [...]

Ambulance hits City Council trailer

An ambulance collided into a Belize City Council tractor this afternoon near the Lord’s Ridge Cemetery. So far all injuries reported have been minor but police are still checking into [...]

$5 million for regional language center

While some Corozalenos are facing flooding from heavy rains, Cabinet this week continued its review of the nation’s hurricane shelters. The status of contracts for the retrofitting of shelters countrywide [...]

Government asserts it will build houses by BelChina

The Government has responded to statements made at Tuesday’s United Democratic Party press conference. U.D.P. Leader Dean Barrow said the party had rejected the Government’s offer to allow them to [...]

Orange Walk drum corps gears up for celebrations

With the Costa Maya Festival this week and the September Celebrations just around the corner, the Central Drum Corps of Orange Walk has been practicing all summer to entertain the [...]

Mennonites host 150 students at Deaf Camp

Every three years the Mennonite community opens its hearts to over one hundred Belizean children giving them a week in the country and the chance to learn new skills. But [...]