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Cyclist killed during hit and run on the Northern Highway

A thirty-eight year old man was killed during a traffic accident on the Northern Highway. The man left his home to make a purchase at a shop, and it was [...]

Belizean drowns in midnight swim across Rio Hondo

The second death that occurred this weekend, happened further north at the Rio Hondo River. A man from Yo Creek Village, who was reveling at a bar in the Mexican [...]

Fire leaves family of four homeless

Also on the Northern Highway, a fire at around two this morning in the Ladyville area has left a family of four homeless. The incident occurred at mile thirteen and [...]

Flooding at Kendal Bridge

If you are travelling south, you will need to change your plans because since five this evening the causeway at the Kendal crossing on the Southern Highway has been under [...]

First responders to receive kits to prevent flu infection

While Belize has not confirmed any case of the Influenza A H1N1, three more samples were sent for testing at CAREC in Trinidad last Friday. Those results were expected this [...]

More patients than beds at the A&E wing of K.H.M.H.

The Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital is the only tertiary level referral hospital in Belize. And while there have been no confirmed cases of Influenza A (H1N1), the hospital is bursting [...]

Two teens convicted of Robbery

A sentence of three years behind bars was meted out to two teenagers for the crime of Robbery. Nineteen year old Valentine Baptist and eighteen year old David Sutherland re-appeared [...]

Jason Joseph remanded for robbery of businessman

In another robbery case today, twenty-one year old Jason Joseph pleaded not guilty when he appeared before Chief Magistrate Margaret McKenzie and was remanded until June eleventh. Joseph is charged [...]

Home invasion on Fabers Road

A Fabers Road resident who fell asleep with his front door open became the victim of a home invasion. Amir Reed, an electrician and landlord, woke up in the wee [...]

Checking of P.S.E. underway

The second sitting of the Primary School Examinations took place on May fourth. Over the weekend, ninety-two markers, twenty-four table leaders and ten supervisors were correcting the exams at the [...]

Ministry celebrates Education Week

On Sunday, the Ministry of Education officially launched Education Week. The week of activities is being celebrated under the theme: “Better Schools, Better Citizens, Better Belize: Whatever It Takes, It’s [...]

New date for National Agriculture and Trade Show

The National Agriculture and Trade Show is back on the radar and a new date has been set to hold the show. After the Influenza A H1N1 scare caused its [...]

Kimberly Audinett’s mother’s day gift is a baby

Channel Five has been recognizing and awarding deserving mothers on the occasion of this year’s Mother’s Day. The giving continued today and we went to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital, [...]

Belizean gets second place in female cycling classic

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and you’re locked into this delivery of Sports Monday. The Mother’s Day weekend brought the twentieth Female Cross Country Cycle Classic to the nation yesterday [...]