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Belize Submits Notification to I.C.J.

It has been a month since the historic May eighth I.C.J. referendum and steps have been taken following the ‘yes’ vote to formalize Belize’s position in taking the territorial dispute [...]

Belize and Guatemala’s Trade Ministers Meet to Discuss Trade Relationship

In other news involving Belize and Guatemala, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs with responsibility for Commercial Cooperation, Jairo Estrada, called on Minister of Trade and Investment Tracy Taegar-Panton on Thursday [...]

Michael Young Perishes in Fatal RTA in Belize City

Twenty-five-year-old Michael Young lost his life this morning in an accident on the Phillip Goldson Highway near mile four.  Shortly after four o’clock, police were called to the scene of [...]

Elderly Man Attacked in Cell Block, 3 Police Officers Placed on Disciplinary Charges

Sixty-year-old Nestor Vasquez junior is in critical condition after he was attacked in a holding cell at the Queen Street Police Station. The culprit has been identified as twenty-eight-year-old Collin [...]

Belama Phase 4 Residents Protest against Alex Chang

Belize City police broke up a protest this morning that unfolded along the Philip Goldson Highway. Residents of Belama Phase Four showed up in front of Fen Lan Company Limited [...]

OJ Elrington Comments on Belama Residents’ Protest

U.D.P. Standard Bearer Orson ‘OJ’ Elrington, who was involved in negotiations at the early stage, says that residents refused to take Chang’s proposals. According to Elrington, Chang was willing to [...]

Elrington Says Belama Land is Privately Owned Since 1991

According to Elrington, a land registry report shows that the land was privately acquired on October twenty-fourth, 1991. It was on October twenty-sixth, 2018 that the power of attorney was [...]

Meet the Winners of the 2019 National Primary School Track & Field Championship

Today, the national championship games for primary school track and field were held at the Marion Jones Sporting Complex. Hundreds of children from across the country competed in the many [...]

Keeping Our Foods Safe

Unsafe foods kill four hundred and twenty thousand persons every year around the world. These are deaths that are preventable. When we consume unsafe foods it puts our health at [...]

Another Dead Manatee Found Floating Off the Coast of the Old Capital

Another dead manatee – that’s the sad news that manatee champion Jamal Galvez had to share today. On Thursday evening, a passenger on a water taxi reported that the boat [...]

Are You the Next Ocean Hero? Apply Today!

Do you have what it takes to be the next Ocean Hero? If you have done any work to champion the protection and preservation of the ocean, then Oceana wants [...]

Understanding ADHD, a Neurological Condition

June is being recognized countrywide as ADHD Month and is being used to create awareness on the neurological condition known as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. It is organized by the [...]

The Lodge At Chaa Creek: From a Humbling Beginning to an Award Winning Resort

In part two of his Chaa Creek experience, News Five’s reporter Hipolito Novelo takes a look at what it takes to run an internationally recognized, award-winning resort. It all started [...]