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Cases Increase: 8 COVID-19 Patients Hospitalized; 2 Critical

For those of you who have been feeling like Belize is now post-pandemic, tonight there is a reminder that we still need to exercise caution. As you know, on Tuesday, [...]

COVID-19 at Some Schools: Protocols Prevent Spread

On Wednesday, we reported of a positive case of COVID-19 detected within the staff at Wesley High School in Belize City. Two weeks earlier, a number of students had tested [...]

MOHW Says Teachers Need Vaccinations for Schools to Reopen Safely in August/September

Minister Chebat says that it is even more important that teachers get vaccinated because they are the first line of protection for the children who are expected to return to [...]

Phase Four of Vaccination Rollout Imminent

Last Thursday, we reported that some fifty thousand people had received their first jab of the COVID-19 vaccine since the inoculation process began in early March. That number is up [...]

Skeletal Remains Discovered near Eldridgville

The skeletal remains of an unidentified male person were retrieved from a bushy area in Elridgeville, Toledo District shortly before noon today.  Sometime around twelve o’clock, Punta Gorda police were [...]

American Killed in Tuesdays’ Crash Identified

The victim of Tuesday afternoon’s fatal road traffic accident, involving a high-ranking police officer, has been identified as seventy-three-year-old American national Bertina Juran Cruce.  As was reported at the time, [...]

Fatal Accident in Cane Field

A man from Trial Farm Village died in a freak accident earlier this afternoon. Police say the farmer, Salvador Ozaeta, was working on a tractor at a cane field in [...]

Cleaning Up the Mess at the Ministry of Agriculture

Minister of Agriculture, Food Security and Enterprise recently concluded a working tour of the country to gain insight into what’s happening on the ground at the various branches and departments.  [...]

Rainy Season Starts; Will Northern Cane Make it to the Mills in Time?

While with the Agriculture Minister, News Five got an update on the 2020 sugar crop. People are wondering whether the industry is going to experience another loss because sugar cane [...]

Minister says “Cabinet decision on sugar is policy; operationalising is another matter”

Minister Mai says that the sugar cane that is being delivered at this time to the millers in the north should have been harvested one or two months ago, so [...]

Schools Feeding Project to Be Expanded Countrywide

Today at the Mexican Embassy in Belmopan, Belize received a report on the Meso-America Hunger Free School Feeding project in the South. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United [...]

Ladyville Is Not the Only Place Having Bus Disputes

The battle of the buses in Ladyville is a situation that the Ministry of Public Utilities, Energy and Logistics says is trying to resolve. As we have reported, tensions are [...]

Transport Upgrades Coming

C.E.O. Leal told News Five that his ministry is also working on policies behind the scene to upgrade the public transport industry.  That includes getting bus operators to put more [...]

C.E.O. Comments on Chief Transport Officer Qualifications

News Five also asked C.E.O. Leal about his new Chief Transport Officer, Diane Vasquez.  Since her appointment on May eighteenth, the leadership of the Public Service Union has been critical [...]

Explore Belize’s Protected Areas; Special Rates for Belizeans

If you’re looking for something to do this week or over the summer school holidays, the Belize Audubon Society is encouraging you to visit one of the national parks they [...]

Belize Jaguars Prepare to Face Nicaragua on Friday

The Belize Jaguars are anticipating a big win on Friday night when they do battle against Nicaragua in an away match.  Belize’s national team is participating in the first round [...]

Rotary Sunrise Club Gifts Dialysis Equipment to K.H.M.H.

In 2019, a study carried out in Belize showed that one in six Belizeans have some form of chronic kidney disease, and as many as three out five Belizeans are [...]

Di Bruwry: Belizean Brewing Heritage and Specialty Beer

Di Bruwry is Belize Brewing Company’s latest seven-figure investment venture. Located just a short distance from the Phillip Goldson International Airport, the micro-brewery and restaurant venue is now open for [...]