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Young mother shot dead in Cotton Tree hold-up

The dark hand of homicide has descended on a village not far from the nation’s capital and a tiny baby will now grow up without the love of his mother. [...]

Gordon is church nominee for Senate

The Belize Council of Churches and Belize Evangelical Association have announced their nominee for appointment to the Senate. He is Henry Gordon. Gordon is no stranger to the world of [...]

Did Musa impede F.I.U. investigation? Director says no

The government Press Office has issued an explosive release stating that former prime minister Said Musa failed to refer the Senate Select Committee’s report on the Social Security Board to [...]

Espat says P.U.P. bosses trying to “fix” election

He didn’t participate in yesterday’s war of words involving fellow candidates Francis Fonseca and Johnny Briceño, but today Mark Espat weighed in on recent events in the race to be [...]

Wesley will hold anniversary fair

They began celebrating their hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary in June of last year and this weekend, Wesley College is still commemorating their historic milestone. On Saturday, the school will be [...]

Ford, Jaguar make environmental grants

Four local organisations have received grants from automobile manufacturers for environmental and cultural conservation projects. According to a release issued today, the winners of the Ford Motor Company Conservation and [...]

Harbour Regatta seeks return to Bliss Day glory

For ten years now La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge has overshadowed the traditional ninth of March harbour regatta, bringing out massive crowds from San Ignacio to Belize City. But [...]

Researcher says reef can recover from adversity

There is no denying the importance of coral reefs: they act as a safe harbour for fish, protect the coast, help to control the amount of carbon dioxide in the [...]

Street paving delayed, but result will be worth it

Last week the Belize City Council prepared the public for the imminent paving of Albert and Regent Streets … but it turns out they jumped the gun. Today News Five’s [...]