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Port of Belize Reacts to the Violence at its Compound

Tonight, we start the news with a reaction from the Port of Belize on the tumultuous events of Wednesday.  First, the Port was closed today and that is because P.B.L. [...]

Father Killed In front of 6-Year-Old Son in Calcutta Village

Turning to a shocking murder in the north; a six-year-old boy in Carolina Village is recuperating tonight after he witnessed his father’s murder on Wednesday afternoon. Forty-six-year-old Raymond “Snow” Jenkins was [...]

2 Men are Arraigned for the Murder of Egbert Baldwin

Five days after Egbert Baldwin was executed in a hail of bullets in Ladyville, police have arrested and charged two men for his murder. Camryn Lozano and Albert Gill, both [...]

2019-2020 Sugar Cane Crop Season Comes to an End

The 2019-2020 Sugar Cane Crop Season came to an end on Tuesday. It was a difficult season for cane farmers in the north. It was a year during which famers [...]

P.U.P. Wants Answers for the Awarding of Boledo Contract to Brads Gaming

Government announced on that it was awarding Brads Gaming Company another ten year contract for the administration of the lottery. That company, everyone knows, maintains a close relationship with a [...]

U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Visits the Chiquibul

U.S. Chargé d’Affaires, Keith Gilges visited the Chiquibul Forest Reserve on Wednesday with Friends for Conservation and Development to learn more about the environmental challenges that forest faces.  A US [...]

Will Teachers be Terminated at Overstaffed Anglican Schools?

Today, the Ministry of Education has reacted to a report on the alleged termination of teachers at Anglican schools. The release is in respect of reports made to the Belize [...]

Negotiations Stalled in UB’s Financial Crisis

While we spoke with National President of the Belize National Teachers Union, Senator Elena Smith today, News Five asked for an update on the situation at the University of Belize, [...]

Will Members of UB’s Faculty, Staff Be Terminated?

There is a projected loss of seven million dollars in the university’s cash flow. Back in June, a questionnaire was issued to poll whether faculty and staff would accept a [...]

A Back-to-School Drive for Belmopan Students!

A Belmopan resident is asking for the public’s support with her annual back to school drive. About four years ago Rocio Quiroz says that she started a grassroots initiative to [...]

Get Your Free Mahogany Tree from Belize Audubon Society!

The Belize Audubon Society’s “Greening Across Belize” is underway with the organization giving away three hundred mahogany plants. It’s an initiative that usually coincides with Earth Day in April but [...]

What is the Heritage Education Network Belize?

Heritage Education Network Belize is a new non-profit organization being led by four archaeologists to help support heritage education and the sustainable development of tourism and creative businesses. The online [...]

How to Access Heritage Education Network Belize’s Resources

Co-Founder of the Heritage Education Network Belize Sylvia Batty says that they have launched a number of free resources and are looking to expand their offerings and form more partnerships [...]

Healthy Living: Nutrition Advice During Pandemic

Since the start of the pandemic, weight gain seems to be one of the more prominent universal side effects of lockdowns and quarantines. While it’s not time to be hard [...]