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Earthquake tremors felt in Belize

Most Belizeans are aware of the threat of hurricanes, but earthquakes? While they are seldom felt here, they do occur occasionally, like this morning. News Five visited the Met Office [...]

Foreign Minister addresses U.N. Assembly

Last week Prime Minister Said Musa addressed the United Nations and today it was Belize’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Godfrey Smith’s turn. Smith spoke about the need for the nations [...]

Remains of missing man found in Cayo

The remains of a man who disappeared almost three years ago have been found off the Western Highway in Cayo. The discovery was made on Wednesday afternoon near Windy Hill [...]

Accused arsonist freed a second time

A man accused of setting fire to his brother-in-law’s van has been freed for a second time. Emerson Elijio walked out of the Supreme Court last night after a hung [...]

Jewellery store robbers caught; loot not found

Police have arrested and charged one man in connection with a brazen jewellery heist in downtown Belize City. According to court reports, around six-thirty Tuesday morning, employees of Medina and [...]

Bloodied man appears in court; claims police brutality

A man appearing in Magistrate’s Court for allegedly pulling a machete on a police officer claims he was “chanced” by another officer. Olivaro Rojas, a mechanic of East Collet Canal, [...]

Concerned Belizeans to stage public protest

On Saturday morning, hundreds are expected to take to the streets of Belize City in an organized demonstration against the Government of Prime Minister Said Musa. According to the Association [...]

Belizean students make it to Dallas after 40 hours

Hurricane Rita continues to barrel its way towards Texas tonight and although the storm has weakened in the last twenty-four hours, its impact on the U.S. Gulf Coast is expected [...]

Boom nurse honoured for service to community

A nurse from Burrell Boom Village will be honoured by the Prime Minister next week for her dedicated service to Belize. Nurse Dorothy M. Bradley will be given the title [...]

Scouts to clean waterways this weekend

A nationwide cleanup of the country’s coastline, riverbanks and waterways will take place this Saturday as part of the twentieth Annual International Coastal Cleanup. According to local organiser and Director [...]

Hugh Parkey poster contest winners receive prizes

This evening seven students were recognized for their winning entries in the first Hugh Parkey Foundation for Marine Awareness and Education poster art contest. The lucky winners are: Malcolm Tillett [...]