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New details about the airplane that escaped from the airport

In January two pilots took off with a Mexican plane that was grounded for months at the Philip Goldson International Airport. The story raised eyebrows because the pilots did not [...]

COLA and Belizeans for Justice ask Court to install 13th Senator

The case of the thirteenth Senator came up today in the Chambers of Acting Chief Justice Samuel Lungole Awich. Belizeans for Justice is taking the government to court for not [...]

To drill or not to drill in the Sarstoon Temash National Park! Viewers comment

To drill or not to drill in the Sarstoon Temash National Park? In response to Thursday night’s question, sixty-nine percent of viewers believe it would be illegal for GOB to [...]

Six Million dollar facelift for San Pedro

A tourism project in San Pedro funded by the International Development Bank is running into trouble with residents of the town who over the years have relied on the designated [...]

Aspiring local musician said cops beat him up; he lied!

On January seventeenth, aspiring local musician Damion August came to our studios with his jaws wired shut to make a public complaint of police brutality.  August, who goes by the [...]

Maxwell Castillo said cops robbed him; he lied!

In another case along the same lines, two police officers almost lost their jobs and had their reputations tarnished when a Caye Caulker resident accused them of stealing cash and [...]

Maxwell Wade charged with Carnal Knowledge of 12 year old

Also in court, a local musician was charged for allegedly raping a fourteen year old girl in late January and today another appeared in court for Carnal Knowledge of a [...]

Child tied up during home invasion; parents were not at home

A young boy is traumatized following a home invasion on Wednesday morning.  The boy’s father, a tacos vendor, told police that he and his wife left their two children, a [...]

Are S.S.B. employees planning a sickout?

Word to News Five is that employees of Social Security across the country are planning a sickout on Monday. According to the report, workers are up in arms because they [...]

Millennium Development Goals to combat HIV

Eight Millennium Development Goals, called the MDGs, were passed at the United Nations back in 2000. The MDGs provide specific and ambitious benchmarks to tackle world poverty by the year [...]

Minister of Tourism speaks about accident that killed a tourist

It was last week Wednesday that American tourist, Diana Mechling, was killed when the propeller from a catamaran she had traveled on, cut her on the right pelvis and leg.  [...]

What’s Happening this weekend with Arielle

Many couples may already have a romantic Valentine weekend charted out, but for those who aren’t sure where to celebrate, there are plenty options to choose from. Whether you’re looking [...]