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PM leaves to join wife for medical treatment

Prime Minister Dean Barrow on Tuesday announced early general elections to coincide with the March seventh municipal elections. The campaign is now in full swing and all political parties are oiling [...]

Dr. Hoy 20/20 Vision on Caribbean Shores

The campaign season is in full bloom and the extended newscasts due to political adverts are no less entertaining if not informative propaganda. The fluid situation in Caribbean Shores has [...]

On the Campaign Trail in Patrick Faber’s Collet

With both municipal and general elections set to go on March seventh, aspiring candidates are hitting the campaign trail. This afternoon News Five’s Isani Cayetano caught up with Patrick Faber, [...]

Guatemala President wants investigation into fatal shooting

There is mounting tension tonight over the shooting death of a Guatemalan farmer that took place over the weekend. The situation bears watching because there is a new government in [...]

PM’s NO to ‘Humble’ Referendum Request

The Coalition to Save Our Natural Heritage will not get the Referendum on Offshore Drilling on the same day of the General and Municipal Elections. The Prime Minister outlined the [...]

Referendum rigor mortis; 8,000 signatures rejected

Moments ago, Coalition Coordinator, Tanya Williams contacted News Five to say that they have received devastating confirmation that Elections and Boundaries have rejected over eight thousand of the eighteen thousand [...]

More problems for man injured by Rosewood Truck

An accident on January eighth has left Anthony Edwards incapacitated. Edwards, his wife Justina and their children were walking home from church in Jacintoville, Toledo when a truck, carrying rosewood [...]

…Injured child recovering

We asked Justina about the condition of her baby boy, who was also injured in the accident. And while Anthony was not in the best condition to speak, he told [...]

Accident victim readmitted. Who’s to blame?

A primary school student has been re-admitted to the hospital following a traffic accident in Santa Elena, Cayo. The five year old was prematurely released from the K.H.M.H. and had [...]

New immigrants get new land

The recent mass naturalization of immigrants to meet the deadline for registration of new voters turned into a nationwide scandal, especially when it came to light that processing was being [...]

Shot on Amara Avenue, but still alive

A Waight Street man was injured on Tuesday night, in what appears to be a random shooting. Thirty-eight year old Luisito Urbina was walking on Amara Avenue when two men [...]

Spitter jailed and mom cries down the Court

On Tuesday, police were executing a bench warrant for the arrest of Guany Zhao at his Lakeview Street home, but they also took his mother into custody after she tried [...]

Chuc says his slate will become F.F.B. Executive

The Municipal and General Elections may have the attention of thirty-one constituencies, but there is another election that has the attention of the sporting community.  The Football Federation of Belize, [...]

Voters say what’s most important to them

About two weeks ago, Karim Berges commissioned an independent poll on the elections.  An analysis of the numbers shows that there is a slight difference in support for the U.D.P. [...]