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Broadcast Auth. recommends TV license for Krem

With only a week to go before the opening ceremonies the main issue facing the Belizean broadcasting media has been the controversy over the Olympics. But while the games have [...]

Mesoamerican Biological Corridor project launched

Biodiversity is a big word that basically refers to the preservation of as wide a variety of plants and animals as possible. This morning a project was officially launched in [...]

WWF sponsors biodiversity media campaign

The World Wildlife Fund-Central America is working in synch with the Meso-American Biological Corridor Programme, and today WWF launched a media campaign to promote public awareness of the project. The [...]

New school for Santa Elena

A new school building was dedicated this morning in the Cayo District. The Santa Elena R.C. Infant and Middle School now has nine new classrooms. The project cost approximately $240,000, [...]

Training materials donated to Fire Service

Recently the Fire Department has been blessed with plenty of new equipment…but equipment alone does not put out fires. Today, thanks to a generous donation from a local insurance company, [...]

Annual parade will showcase new trucks

While the training may take some time to implement, the Fire Service’s shiny new equipment will be very much in evidence as the annual fire engine parade winds its way [...]

Artist hosts one day show on Tuesday

On Tuesday The Image Factory on North Front Street will be hosting a one day exhibit featuring the works of Belizean artist, Rachel Heusner Superville. Superville says the pieces are [...]

Students work to clean up highways

Celebrations in Belize tend to bring out the best in our people and this week was no exception. This morning I traveled out of town and discovered the true meaning [...]

Northside bands ready for carnival

On Thursday night the carnival action moved to the northside of Belize City. News Five’s Jose Sanchez visited a number of the mas camps and found that spirits were high. [...]