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F.M. Elrington addresses “hysteria” against compromis…

Fresh off a plane from Washington D.C., this evening Minister of Foreign Affairs, Wilfred Elrington addressed the nation on the issue of the compromis. Elrington says the briefing is part [...]

… And Chief Negotiator says I.C.J. is best recourse

But while the decision to go to the I.C.J. rests in the hands of the people, G.O.B. believes it is the way to go. Elrington says he cannot come up [...]

O.A.S. Sec Gen is optimistic about settling Guatemalan claim

And while there is still quite a way to go before the Guatemalan claim to Belize reaches the International Court of Justice… if it even does. In the meantime, O.A.S. [...]

Will cost of living go down? Importers say it depends on fuel

Belizeans have been feeling the pain of a high cost of living, according to a recent poll of City residents. But are there plans to bring down prices? News Five’s [...]

Ryan Horne is guilty of murder of Esquivel sisters

He said he had to kill them and now the verdict is in for thirty-four year old Ryan Horne. Horne was accused of brutally stabbing to death two sisters, Rosa [...]

A week later, body still in the deep Blue Hole

In an update of a story we aired last Thursday of a body found in the Blue Hole, News Five has confirmed that the body has still not been retrieved [...]

Body found on feeder road in Benque

Police are following leads in the death of a man whose lifeless body was found in a pool of blood on a feeder road about a quarter mile from the [...]

Vehicle flipped; one dead, one injured

Around that same time in the Cayo District, police visited the Iguana Creek Bridge where they found the lifeless body of fifty-six year old Melvin Mendoza of Unitedville. According to [...]

2 horses dead, 1 person injured in highway collision

It is usual that traffic accidents involve vehicles, but this time it also has to do with horses. At mile thirteen on the Western Highway last night a woman was [...]

Man loses four toes in machete attack

And in other news, at around four-thirty Sunday evening, twenty-one year old Rangel Delgado of San Narciso Village, Corozal was walking in front of Escuela Mexico Secondaria High School in [...]

C.D.C. helps M.O.H. to plan for disease outbreaks

Belizeans expect the government to deal with crises in the most efficient manner in cases of national medical emergencies. And to do that, a lot of tedious and meticulous planning [...]

Eight year old gets back legs with I.H.C. help

What happens to children when they are gravely ill and tertiary level care is not available in the country? Many turn to the International Hospital for Children. The I.H.C. offers [...]

Homeless family desperately looking for shelter

It’s a little over two weeks before Christmas and a family of ten left homeless in a fire in late November, has dim prospects for housing. The head of the [...]

U-12 basketball team workout with Special Olympics athletes

The Under-Twelve National Basketball Team will be leaving tomorrow en route to the regional COCABA Competition which will be held in Guatemala City. And to test their mettle, the team [...]

Ladyville resident wins big bucks on Tek It or Leave It

The second episode of Channel Five’s, Tek It or Leave It airs tonight following the live broadcast of Gimme Five. Picked from a live studio audience, last Wednesday night a [...]