Belize - Belize News - - Great Belize Productions - Belize Breaking News
Home » December, 2007 You are currently browsing entries posted in: December, 2007

Plane crashes in Corozal; no serious injuries

Tonight eleven passengers and a pilot are counting their blessings after they survived a crash-landing in Corozal. News Five understands that the single engine Cessna Caravan, belonging to Maya Island [...]

Did rough past catch up with 72 year old murder victim?

Belize’s dubious distinction as one of the most homicidal nations on the planet continues to be reinforced, as tonight we have two new murders to report. The first occurred sometime [...]

Suspect detained in St. Margaret’s murder

While investigators are trying to piece the puzzle together in Ladyville, their colleagues in Belmopan are working to solve another homicide that occurred along on the Hummingbird Highway in the [...]

Another child drowns in Stann Creek village well

Meanwhile, a Stann Creek district mother is tonight mourning the loss of her little girl after the child drowned. Around eleven-thirty Monday morning, two year old Lisandra Quintanilla was playing [...]

Two Cayo men busted with over 100lbs of weed

Tonight two residents of the Cayo district are charged with Drug Trafficking after more than a hundred pounds of marijuana was found in their car. According to police reports, around [...]

Contract signed for final 9 miles of Southern Hwy.

It has been a long time coming but today a contract was finally signed to pave the final nine miles of the Southern Highway. The run from Big Falls to [...]

Dissident cane farmers seek Supreme Court relief

Harvesting of the new sugar crop is underway and while B.S.I. is looking forward to branching into the electricity business via its BELCOGEN project, the outlook is not so bright [...]

Project provides vitamins, de-worming for southern children

Belize has changed significantly over the years and in most ways for the better. But while opportunities and incomes have grown, that growth has been uneven, with some parts of [...]

CD puts local twist on Christmas songs

The drumming of November nineteenth was still reverberating when Christmas songs began to usher in the holiday season on the local airwaves. But if you are tired of hearing the [...]

Public service seeks better customer relations

Complaints about the service offered to the public by government offices are so common as to be almost a cliché. But without commenting on how true or false that perception [...]

Special report on AIDS looks at vulnerable populations

In the twenty-six years since the virus that causes AIDS was discovered, one thing we have learned is that everyone is at risk. But at the same time, experts have [...]

News Five seeks Reporter

A vacancy exists for a reporter to join the staff of one of the region’s most highly honoured television news organisations. Applicants should possess the following qualifications: – Associate’s or [...]