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PM Briceño’s Comments at COP26 Get Response From British PM

News Five’s Duane Moody is out in Glasgow, Scotland where the United Nations Conference of the Parties is underway. Today, the World Leaders Summit concluded where country leaders from small [...]

Resident of Mud Street Killed Monday Night

There was a murder in Belize City on Monday night.  Shawn Palacio Sr. was gunned down while walking on Mud Street, just before six p.m. Police say reports are a [...]

Where Did Suspected Drug Plane End Up After Touching Down in Belize?

A flight originating from South America on Monday night landed in Belize briefly before taking off once again to parts unknown.  It is suspected that the aircraft was carrying a [...]

Did Mexican Bandidos Flee into Belize After Shootout with Police?

There have been reports there was a shootout between Mexican law enforcement and members of a drug cartel in the vicinity of La Union.  One media story says it is [...]

ComPol Chastises Off-Duty Partying Cops

On Monday, a group of law enforcement officers was ticketed and disciplinary action may be taken against them by the police department. This after they were busted on Saturday night [...]

Belize Signs on to Plan to Help Conserve Marine Areas

The Government of Belize, the Nature Conservancy, and the World Wildlife Fund are working together to formalize a Project Finance for Permanence focused on coastal and marine ecosystems. Today, at [...]

PFP Offers Access to Additional Funding Opportunities

According to the Prime Minister, the PFP also offers small island states like Belize access to reserves for funding in permanence.   Prime Minister John Briceño “Belize has been on [...]

Blue Bond

The Blue Bond initiative, in collaboration with TNC gives Belize a head start in its marine conservation effort, while looking to the 2025 PFP.  Belize’s effort with the Blue Bond [...]

UK Launches Breakthrough Agenda at COP26

In other news from COP26, the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is launching an international plan to deliver clean and affordable technology across the globe by 2030. So far at [...]

Belize at Caribbean Court of Justice in Sugar Case Against T & T

Day one of the hearing of Belize’s case in the Caribbean Court of Justice against the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago commenced today. Earlier this year Belize, sued St. Kitts-Nevis [...]

ASR Vice President is witness in CCJ Case

Vice President of International Relations at ASR Mac McLachlan was the second witness to testify in today’s hearing. He argued that non CARICOM countries would not be able to compete [...]

Belize’s Cricket Team Heads to Antigua for Regional Competition

In the days ahead, Belize and seven other countries will be participating in the World T20 cricket qualifying tournament for the Americas.  The event is being hosted by the International [...]

Minister of Tourism: Fuel Prices “Crushing,” and Must be Addressed

The high cost of living, coupled with the inflation that has accompanied COVID, have affected everyone’s pocket, but particularly bedeviled the people who have lost all or part of their [...]

Minister of Tourism on Balancing COVID Safety and Viable Business

On Monday, Tourism Minister, Anthony Mahler told News Five the outlook for Belize’s tourism industry is promising, with more flights and cruise ships beginning to call at our points of [...]

Fourth Community Hub Launched in Belize City

The U.S. Embassy is continuing its “Empowering Communities to Empower Themselves” initiative with the opening of a new resource hub in the Jump Street and Rocky Road areas of Belize [...]

Far Reaching Implications of COVID Discussed at Medical Congress

There are some startling new revelations about how far-reaching COVID can be for some survivors. These emerged at the Belize Medical and Dental Association’s Annual Medical Congress. While children have [...]

BMDA Shares Latest Data on Belize’s COVID Patients

A significant portion of Belizeans suffer from some type of health condition. The latest statistics shared at last week’s Belize Medical and Dental Association’s Annual General Congress reveal a large [...]

Patient Checks Out of KHMH After 23 days in COVID Unit

And, there is good news to report tonight as a long term COVID patient has been able to leave the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. Ashley McLaughlin finally tested negative after [...]