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Sharon Matola denies responsibility for clearing at Victoria Peak

The clearing of a portion of the summit on the Natural Monument, Victoria Peak has caused public outrage and tonight denials are coming fast and furious. News Five broke the [...]

Natural Resources to meet SATIIM over TEMASH Natl Park

Last Friday, the Sarstoon Temash Institute for Indigenous Management, SATIIM, protested G.O.B.’s decision to grant U.S. Capital Energy permission to conduct seismic testing in the Sarstoon Temash National Park without [...]

An Environmental Award…but legislation not yet passed

It’s a case of putting the cart before the horse. We refer to the folks at the Belize Tourism Board who held their ninth annual National Tourism Awards on Wednesday [...]

“Pink Eye” outbreak reported

There is an outbreak of viral conjunctivitis, or as it is commonly known, pink eye. Ophthalmologist, Dr. Amin Hegar, told News Five that he has been seeing a growing number [...]

Businesswoman still missing, $10,000 reward offered

There are still no leads in the disappearance of sixty-eight year old Rosa Christina Cornejo, but tonight family members are offering a reward for information leading to her safe return. [...]

Former P.M. Esquivel out of the woods

Three weeks after Government advisor and former P.M., Manuel Esquivel was injured in a traffic mishap on the Western Highway, his medical condition is said to be improving. His daughter, [...]

Three charged for carnal knowledge in Toledo villages

And in the south, three individuals have been charged with the sexual abuse of two fifteen year old girls. In the first case, twenty-one year old Weston Caliz and thirty-five [...]

UNICEF focusing on malnutrition among children

Belize was the fifth country in the world to ratify the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child in 1990. Protecting the rights of children and meeting the goals [...]

April the Tapir reaches another milestone

They are the five national symbols of Belize: the national flag, mahogany tree, keel-billed toucan, black orchid, and the tapir. And all eyes are on the famous tapir, April, who [...]

Graduation season kicks off at Kolbe

Graduation ceremonies for schools are coming up in the weeks ahead, but at the Ashcroft Rehabilitation Centre at Hattieville, a group of inmates had an early graduation. The seventy-two inmates [...]

Clarification Of Eric Swan picture

On Wednesday February fourth, 2009, News Five reported on a triple murder in San Pedro linked to a drug deal gone bad. In that newscast we reported that one of [...]

Exclusive Fifth Summit Flashback on Sunday

And in respect of our programming for this weekend, do not miss Master’s of the Floor on Saturday at three live on this station or join us at our Church [...]

Saffiyah has weekend blotter

Thank God it’s Friday and if you’re looking for a fun weekend ahead, Saffiyah has suggestions for you. Hey I’m Safiyyah and this is What’s happening Belize? If you’d like [...]