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Two Shopkeepers Gunned Down in Boom; Robbery is Not a Motive

The silence along the Burrell Boom Road was shattered this afternoon when a barrage of gunshots startled residents in the vicinity of Matilda’s Mini Mart. When neighbors responded to the [...]

Chief Environmental Officer to Retire

The man who was tasked with providing Cabinet with a written report on the approval process for the Stake Bank causeway project is slated for retirement from government service. A [...]

Investment Summit Hopes to Jumpstart Economic Rebound

Themed “Belize Open for Business,” Belize’s first Investment Summit took place this week in San Pedro. The initiative aims to jumpstart the rebuilding efforts, restoring the country’s ravaged economy, to [...]

Numerous Protests inside the Green Zone at COP26

Earlier this week, News Five’s Duane Moody who is posted in Glasgow, Scotland reporting on the United Nation’s climate change conference, COP26, brought you the sights and sounds of a [...]

Inter-American Development Bank President Addresses Belize Investment Summit

As we reported earlier, the IDB is providing Belize with a loan to assist in our strengthening of micro, small and medium sized businesses. IDB President, Mauricio Claver-Carone spoke virtually [...]

Cayo Grain Manager on Summit Panel

Also at day two of the Investment Summit today, General Manager of the Cayo Grain and Agro Supply Limited, Gilbert Canton Junior shared with the potential investors that the investment [...]

Leader of the Opposition Says Conservation Efforts and Blue Bonds Would Continue Under Future UDP Administration

During day one of the Investment Summit, News Five spoke with Leader of the Opposition, Patrick Faber about a number of issues, including the Blue Bonds. He reiterated statements made [...]

Minister of Tourism Says COVID Regulation Changes Will Help Reopen Economy

Last night we told you that new curfew hours, giving Belizeans additional time to be out at night, will be rolling out beginning November twenty-second.  Restaurants will also no longer [...]

Honoring the BDF on Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day or Poppy Day is a memorial day observed on November eleventh across the Commonwealth. Ever since the end of the First World War it honors members of the [...]

Cabinet Moves Ahead with Digitization, Medigen Vaccine, and COVID Regulation Adjustments

In news from this week’s Cabinet meeting, the Prime Ministers and his advisors have endorsed the National Digital Agenda 2022 to 2025 aimed at simplifying government procedures, service delivery, and [...]

DPP Issues Statement on Former Security Guard Charged for Drug Offenses

The Director of Prosecutions Cheryl-Lynn Vidal has issued a statement following the arrest of her former security guard, Corporal Delwin Casimiro, for drug trafficking offenses. He and three other officers [...]

Belize Sees Some Progress at COP26

As the protests continued outside the blue zone, marathon negotiations carried on inside the many meeting rooms at the Scottish Event Campus. The Belize delegation still in Glasgow included Ambassadors [...]

COVID Chronicles: The Mind/Body Connection For Those With Diabetes

The data is alarming. Forty one percent of those who have died from COVID in Belize had diabetes. That is over two hundred of the five hundred plus deaths. Even [...]