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Breaking News: Five drown in Mopan River

We start tonight’s newscast with a tragic report just in to our newsroom. And that is that five persons have fallen victims to the rising waters of the Mopan River [...]

More rains forecasted for weekend

The increase in water levels has affected livestock, tourism and the agriculture sector, damaged properties, and disrupted communities where residents have had to be evacuated. District Emergency Teams are stationed [...]

And waters rise in Belama Area of the City

And that’s what residents in new areas of Belize City are doing. The water levels are on the rise and according to weather updates they are expected to go even [...]

Lemonal villagers experience full brunt of floods

Elsewhere in the Belize District, the News Five team headed to one of the villages most affected by the flood. Lemonal has felt the full brunt of the waters and [...]

Red Cross assisting with relief to flood victims

But there are organizations that have stepped up in trying times and we have come to rely on The Belize Red Cross. This time has been no different. This afternoon [...]

Roger Anthony charged with murder

Police have detained two men who are no strangers to the law, relating to shootings on Wednesday and Thursday which flared-up violence in the city among two rival gangs and [...]

Two appear in court for contraband liquor

They were caught with ten cases of contraband liquor and for that they could end up paying close to thirty thousand dollars in fines. The two men, twenty-two year old [...]

Minor charged with robbery of three persons

A minor has been remanded to the Wagner’s Youth Facility after he allegedly held up three persons. Around eight-fifteen a.m. on October ninth Raynard Encalada, Ervin Marin and Denfield Martinez [...]

Cuban ambassador calls for end to U.S. embargo on the island

Since 1963 the United States government has had an embargo on Cuba. According to the U.S. Department of Treasury website, “the basic goal of the sanctions is to isolate the [...]

Two schools receive musical instruments

Zion Parks Methodist School and Tubal Trade and Vocational Institute are the latest educational institutions to receive musical instruments. The donation of two keyboards and ten guitars came courtesy of [...]

Safiyyah has what’s happening over this wet weekend

Hey, I’m Safiyyah and this is What’s Happening Belize? Tonight Saint Catherine Academy will be having their October fest, held on the school campus. The fun runs from six p.m. [...]