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Belize blacklisted by U.S. for being on route for drugs bound for U.S.

This evening, major US agencies reported that Belize and El Salvador have been added to the United States blacklist of “major” drug producing and transit countries. One report in the [...]

George Price still hospitalized

Another report of national importance concerns the health of George Price, the former Prime Minister and Leader Emeritus of the People’s United Party.  He is recuperating slowly at the Belize [...]

Guyanese Chief Justice officially installed

The region is not only monitoring the health of Price but also the rise of a CARICOM brother in Belize’s judiciary.  In July Guyanese national Kenneth A. Benjamin was selected [...]

Bar Association votes quash Attorney General Bernard Pitts

While the new CJ is at the start of his tenure, the to and fro between the PM, the Attorney General and the Bar has been ongoing for some time. [...]

9th Amendment Consultation Road Show in P.G.

In Belize City at the Bliss, three Prime Ministers, past and present shared their perspective of nationhood on Wednesday night. While that forum was taking place another event was being [...]

Fake Sri Lankan Filmmakers to be deported for unbelievable plot

It seems that the Sri Lankan movie in Belize will not be made after all. It has been well documented by News Five that Belize has been a springboard for [...]

Farm murder suspect missing

On Wednesday night we told you about the cold-blooded murder on a citrus farm in Hope Creek Village. Thirty-nine year old Guatemalan, Anival Lopez, was hacked to death with a [...]

CWU and Social Security Board disagree to agree

Employees of the Social Security Board, who are members of the Christian Workers Union, are tonight up in arms after failure to secure a new collective bargaining agreement with its [...]

Fowl typhoid in Orange Walk chickens

One of the country’s favorite animals for the fryer is under threat by a deadly disease. Chickens suspected of having Fowl Typhoid are being destroyed to stop the spread of [...]

Belama Area residents upset about poor street condition

For a very long time now, the Belama Phase Four community has been complaining about the poor conditions of their streets. And after the heavy rains earlier this week, the [...]

Teen charged for Robbery

And while the chicken is far from endangered, the fate of Belize’s most vulnerable group is still undetermined. Another teenager is behind bars tonight. On Wednesday at his home, nineteen [...]

More Tomorrow villagers have a major squatting problem

More Tomorrow’s Village Council is fighting for land titles. The council held its monthly meeting this past Sunday and two major issues dominated the discussions and have prompted the council [...]

More Tomorrow villagers want government intervention

The second concern is over the aerial spraying of pesticides in More Tomorrow, which Robinson says had been banned in the past because of health and environmental problems. But the [...]

30 years and 3 Prime Minister take center stage at the Bliss

The Prime Ministers Forum was billed as thirty years of Independence with reflections from all four prime ministers of Belize. It was broadcast to the nation from the Bliss Center [...]

Get Up & Run with hundreds of free tennis shoes

The Get Up and Program has been running for three months, and today the health conscious group received two hundred and fifty tennis shoes and expect another shipment of the [...]

Healthy Living gets immunized

We all receive vaccinations as part of the immunization program of the National Health Service to ward off debilitating diseases.  With the rapid development in the drug therapy, new vaccinations [...]