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Channel 5 Andy Palacio tribute concert to benefit Haiti

The human tragedy continues to grow in the island of Haiti as rescue workers work around the clock to save persons trapped under the rubble caused by Tuesday’s earthquake. Relief [...]

Student concerned about Belizean/Haitian family in Port au Prince

The death toll so far from Tuesday’s earthquake stands at forty thousand. But at least another hundred thousand are feared dead. The news has triggered one local student to try [...]

Church collecting donations for earthquake victims

The three people displaced by the earthquake are Rochelle and Nerland or Stephanie Estiverne and their mother, Michelle Jubaum. Meanwhile, one of many church groups that have initiated fund-raising efforts [...]

Price of butane and diesel shooting up

The price of fuel went up in the first week of the year and now it’s cooking gas that’s going up… and it’s no minor increase. In fact, the price [...]

Family living in condemned colonial style house

The owners of one of the oldest colonial buildings in the city are tonight looking for shelter. The Eusey family has lived at their downtown home for generations, but now [...]

Kyle Edwards shot once in the head and twice to the body

It’s the first reported shooting for the year…the victim is twenty-four year old Kyle Edwards of a Reggae Street address in Belize City. Around six-thirty on Thursday night, while Edwards [...]

Giovanni Abraham stabbed during altercation on Faber’s Road

Approximately three hours later, another Southside resident, twenty-year old Giovanni Abraham was also admitted at the K.H.M.H. suffering from a stab wound to the abdomen. Abraham was injured in an [...]

Citrus farmer charged for hiring illegal immigrants

And in the courts, a citrus farm manager of la Democracia was charged today for hiring nineteen Central Americans who did not have employment permits. Thirty-three year-old Ray Ogaldez, of [...]

B.D.F. soldiers train in taekwondo

The Belize Defense Force is trained to defend the country and to assist in the maintenance of order, but through the Embassy of Taiwan, some soldiers got training in combat [...]

A.C.C. students recognized for academic performance

A.C.C. students who earned more than eighty percent in their first term grades were recognized for their academic performance today. The Anglican Cathedral College says it is also a way [...]

Lindy D holds “Roots Rock Reggae” concert for peace

The end of year statistics from the police say there is a decrease in crime, but the residents are living in a time when they feel more unsafe than ever. [...]

Safiyyah has the fun activities for the weekend

Hey I’m Safiyyah and this is What’s Happening Belize? Well activities haven’t fully recovered from the holidays but I do have some activities that you may be interested in attending. [...]