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Intense Flooding in Western Belize

Eta is now downgraded to a tropical storm after making landfall in Nicaragua as a dangerous category four hurricane.  As it moves at seven miles per hour, it is producing [...]

Water Levels in Southern Belize Not at Flood Stage

In the south, some areas are reporting that the sea level is rising onto beaches and into their businesses and properties. News Five has received images from Placencia where there [...]

Ministry of Works Reports Flooding Across Road Network

Given the heavy and persistent rains and flooding in the western and southern parts of the country, the Ministry of Works has commenced an assessment of the road network. Chief [...]

Mile 38 Still Not Repaired

A specific area that the Ministry of Works is monitoring is mile thirty-eight on the George Price Highway.  High rushing waters caused the culvert to collapse near Saint Margaret’s Village [...]

Mile 1½ on George Price Highway Being Destroyed by Rain Waters

Closer to Belize City, near mile one and a half, the rains have caused waters to spill over the highway. The overflow is gutting two sections of the highway, making [...]

CitCo Clears Drains Along Mile 1½ George Price Highway

Meanwhile, the Belize City Council says that it is not sitting back while the situation gets worse. Councilor for Works Albert Vaughn recognizes that highways are the responsibility of the [...]

A Home Invasion at Marconi Leal’s Home in Sand Hill

There was a dangerous home invasion in Sand Hill Village, in the Belize Rural North division, on Tuesday night.  In the hurly burly of politics, speculation is rampant about who [...]

‘Clear the Land’ Distances Himself from Sand Hill Home Invasion

The aggravated burglary at the residence of Marconi Leal on Tuesday night has raised speculation that the incident may have been politically motivated, since the P.U.P. standard bearer for Belize [...]

Leaked Recording: Is Castro Buying P.U.P. Flags?

As the story of the aggravated burglary was playing out, an audio was released on social media.  Three persons, including Minister Edmond Castro, are heard discussing a deal about to [...]

COVID-19 Numbers Trending Up – 166 Cases Recorded in a Single Day!

The latest COVID-19 results were released late on Tuesday night – and it was another night of record breaking positive results for Belize. The latest infographic reveals that PCR tests [...]

5 COVID Deaths Recorded between Tuesday & Wednesday

In other grim COVID-19 news, there are five deaths to report between Tuesday night and this afternoon.  The two deaths reported on Tuesday night were two females; an elderly woman [...]

M.O.H. Working with Banana Farms to Contain COVID-19

As you heard a short while ago, the Ministry of Health is concerned about the growing COVID-19 cases in southern Belize, particularly as it relates to the banana farms.  As [...]

Opposition Leader Will Reconstitute National Oversight Committee

COVID-19 continues to ravage the country with an outbreak now detected in the banana belt and an uptick in cases in the north.  But on Monday, the National Oversight Committee [...]

One Week to Go Before Elections: John Briceño Feeling Confident

We are seven days away from the General Elections and P.U.P. Leader John Briceño is feeling very confident that his party will form the next government. Briceño and his party [...]

John Briceño Says He is Ready to Be the Country’s Leader

According to Briceño, a number of objectives will be achieved especially since he has matured into a senior politician capable of leading the country.   John Briceño, Leader of the [...]

P.U.P. Calls for Investigation into Brads Boledo Contract

On Tuesday, the People’s United Party revealed that the Prime Minister’s son Anwar Barrow is likely the owner of Goodlee Limited, the company that holds sixty percent shares in Brads [...]

Toledo West Campaign Trail Heats Up – One Week to Go to Elections 2020

Exactly one week from today, we’ll be bringing you live coverage from across the country of General Elections 2020. Leading up to November eleventh, we are following the candidates as [...]

John Briceño says Gaspar Vega Should Be Criminally Investigated

During Tuesday’s press conference, Opposition Leader John Briceño was also asked about the allegations made against former U.D.P. Minister, Gaspar Vega. Seventy-two-year-old American, Robert James Condreay is alleging that he [...]

Blue Creek Community Gets Support from Spanish Lookout

The Mennonite community is one of several religious groups that has been lobbying with government for the full reopening of churches under the existing Quarantine Act.  In the wake of [...]

P.U.P. Leader Says Police Could Have Been More Respectful to Blue Creek Churchgoers

The incident on Sunday when armed police rounded up a group of worshippers and their children in Blue Creek Village caught the attention of the People’s United Party. The P.U.P. [...]

Does Belmopan CitCo Want 370K for Market in the Capital City?

Developer David Zabaneh isn’t happy with the Belmopan City Council. It’s been two months since we began to report on Zabaneh’s proposed business, the’ Belmopan Market Plaza.’ According to Zabaneh, [...]

MOE Advises Teachers to Work from Home Inclement Weather!

The Ministry of Education is advising all teachers to remain at home for the rest of the week due to the inclement weather. Today, we spoke with Doctor Carol Babb, [...]

Marconi is Running Against ‘Clear the Land’ in Rural North

In Belize Rural North, P.U.P. standard bearer Marconi Leal has had to cover twenty-three villages with a population of roughly five thousand registered voters.  It’s been an arduous journey traveling [...]

COVID Pandemic High on Agenda List at B.H.A. Annual General Meeting

The tourism industry continues to grapple with the effects of the coronavirus. Though the Philip Goldson Airport has reopened, the data shows that the number of visitors is significantly low [...]

M.O.H. to Meet with W.R.H. to Determine What Happened in Edin Requena’s Death

The Ministry of Health is looking into the allegation of negligence at the Western Regional Hospital that has left twenty-three-year-old Edin Requeña dead. As we reported on Tuesday, Requeña was [...]