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At least two Belizeans missing in New York

More than a day after as yet unknown terrorists declared war on the United States of America, thousands of people in Manhattan and at the Pentagon in Virginia remain unaccounted [...]

Family in Belize hopes for best, fears worst

It has been an even more trying time for Alva Jeffries’ family in Belize. According to family members living in Belize City, Jeffries arrived at work at seven on Tuesday [...]

Travel to and from U.S. still cut off

Hundreds of travellers to and from Belize remain stranded by the closure of U.S. airspace. Reports from resorts on the cayes and mainland, indicate that most visitors have realised that [...]

Belize delegation returns from racism conference

It has largely been overshadowed by recent events, but Belize was represented at the world conference against racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance held in Durban, South Africa from [...]

Belize City man dies in shooting

Thirty-one year old Clint Geban died around 6:00 this morning at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. Geban was hospitalised on Tuesday after he received a gunshot wound to the right [...]

New labour presence in banana belt

A full time bilingual labour officer has been assigned to the banana industry. Jesus Yam was installed on Tuesday in a short ceremony held in Independence Village. Labour Minister Valdemar [...]

Fabro resigns to run for B.N.F.A presidency

The chairman of the National Football Selection Committee, Daniel Fabro, has resigned. Fabro called a press conference this morning, not only to announce his displeasure with the leadership of the [...]

Mexicans host Belize City fair

Feria de la Amistad: A friendship fair between Mexico and Belize, opens tonight at the Memorial Park in Belize City. According to Mexican Ambassador to Belize Arturo Trejo, the four-day [...]

Christian dancehall star draws crowd

Last night we played some highlights of carnival and the Tenth of September ceremonies, but neglected to mention what was probably the most successful of the holiday weekend’s events. On [...]

Sculptor has big plans for public places

His sculpting achievements range from the towering citrus man in the Stann Creek Valley to the commemorative plaques of George Price, Father of the Nation. Today, News 5′s Jacqueline Woods [...]