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Belize gets first 5 infections of Influenza A (H1N1)

We start tonight’s newscast with the confirmation that the swine flu or the Influenza A H1N1 has spread to Belize. At news time, the Ministry of Health is confirming that [...]

More land titles issued within reserves

On Friday we reported that government had reversed approval of surveys given for three parcels of land in the Swallow Caye Sanctuary just off Belize. According to the Ministry of [...]

Former CitCo employee wins over 90 grand in court

The already cash strapped City Hall will have to cough up close to one hundred grand to one of its former employees in a case that goes back to 2007. [...]

Still no end to K.H.M.H. crisis…

Turning to the three week old dispute between the Belize Medical and Dental Union and the K.H.M.H. Board, Cabinet met today with the board and later with the Labour Commissioner [...]

…And Chamber of Commerce pleads for G.O.B. intervention

The private sector is joining the chorus to end the chaos at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. The Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry today sent out a release urging [...]

Investigations into latest homicides continue

Four persons were murdered between last Friday and Monday morning. A young man from Orange Walk and three Belize City residents were viciously killed during the three days and no [...]

Man alleges narrow escape from police bullet

While reporting on the three Belize City murders on Monday, News Five encountered some residents who have had a rocky relationship with the police. One resident of North Creek claims [...]

Paralyzed man testifies against his shooter

Emotions ran high in court today as twenty-six year old Kareem Wright, who is paralyzed from the neck down, was wheeled in on a bed to testify against the man [...]

B.D.F.’s Annual Volunteer Battalion Camp starts in PG

In Punta Gorda meanwhile, some four hundred plus volunteers from across the country are taking part in the Annual Volunteer Battalion Camp organized by the Belize Defence Force. The camp [...]

Basketball Federation and UNICEF team up

If you’re not up for the military camp, a sporting camp might interest you. The Belize Basketball Federation and UNICEF today launched a youth program for basketball enthusiasts across the [...]

Client rents vehicle and sells it

The process of renting a vehicle seems simple enough. And if you can afford it; you pay a daily rate, take the vehicle, and return it at the end of [...]

Ousted Honduran president meets with US Secretary of State

In an update to the continued crisis in Honduras, the deposed president Manuel Zelaya met today with the US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton in Washington. It is the first [...]

CARICOM Dev Fund representative in Belize

The CARICOM Development Fund is a mechanism established in 2008 under the revised Treaty of Chaguaramas to provide technical assistance and financing in respect of the CSME. For the past [...]

PM says global crisis is the focus of CARICOM

We reported on Monday that Belize has handed over the rotating six month chairmanship of CARICOM to Guyana. At the four-day summit over the past weekend attended by the PM, [...]

Original Morgan Heritage tickets still good

If you have Morgan Heritage tickets then hold on to them because Promoters for the band say they are ready to come back to the Jewel after their concert was [...]

World says final goodbyes to Michael Jackson

Over twenty thousand persons packed the Staples Center arena in California while millions around the world watched the final farewell for the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. MJ’s gold-plated casket [...]