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Said and Fidel meet in Havana

While summit meetings are great media events their lengthy lists of resolutions are usually forgotten long before the words fade from the fax paper. But the real work of such [...]

Belize supports Int’l Crimes Court

In other international news Belize has become the 8th country to ratify the treaty establishing a permanent international court. This is a court which would have jurisdiction if national courts [...]

Mennonite boy dies in accident

The Mennonite communities of Belize have a well-deserved reputation as places where the ethic of hard work reigns supreme. And that attitude extends to the entire family, with the very [...]

Witnesses say driver at fault in knockdown

13-year-old Jameel Torres remains in the Karl Heusner Memorial hospital after he was knocked down by a Novelo’s bus at the corner of Kraal and Fabers Road. Torres was on [...]

Finalists ready for spelling bee

The finalists from all 6 districts have now been selected and 12 proud but nervous primary school students are studying hard, some quite literally burning the midnight oil. The big [...]

Student endure ramshackle classrooms

It’s a familiar story around Belize: too many students and not enough classrooms. Today News Five’s Jacqueline Woods took a look at one particular educational situation in Belize City and [...]

Cyclists prepare for Holy Saturday

Strong young men in tight spandex shorts…no wonder Belizean women are among the biggest fans of the Holy Saturday Cross Country Cycling Classic. Tonight News Five’s Janelle Chanona, quite a [...]