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Immigration Ministry Breaks Down Amnesty 2022

On Monday, Minister of Foreign Affairs Eamon Courtenay in his role as Senator for Government Business announced that G.O.B., through the Ministry of Immigration will be launching an Amnesty Program [...]

Quarantine in Effect for Passengers from Some African Countries

New public health measures came into effect on Monday night. These will see the curfew hours extended to eleven p.m. to four a.m. on week days and twelve a.m. to [...]

Challenge to Vaccination Mandate

The leadership of the Public Service Union has announced it will challenge the vaccination mandate coming into effect December fifteenth. The mandate forces all public officers to get vaccinated against [...]

Cruise Ship That Stopped in Belize Has Passengers Who Tested Positive for COVID

There are reports coming out of New Orleans are that up to seventeen passengers and crew members on a Norwegian cruise line ship, which stopped in Belize recently, have tested [...]

Belizean Cyclist Signs with LA Sweat

She is the most decorated Belizean female cyclist, having won races in all female categories in Belize as well as placing well if not winning in her races internationally. Now, [...]

Stake Bank Vs. NEAC and DOE Set for December Twentieth

The fight for exclusivity in the development of a cruise port in the Belize District will be heard before the high court later this month, as the Feinstein Group has [...]

Economic Empowerment of Women in Latin America and the Caribbean

Over at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade in Belmopan, a second handing over ceremony was held for the Enhancing the Economic Empowerment of Women in Latin America [...]

Economy Growing but PM Cautions “More Tough Decisions Ahead”

The country’s economy continues to show signs of continued recovery and growth, according to leaders in Government. At last Friday’s House Meeting, Prime Minister John Briceno said that even in [...]

A Dream Led to “Scratch and Win” Winnings

New winners of the Scratch and Win game continues to emerge. Windell Knight is the latest ten thousand dollar winner in the game of chance. He lucked out big time [...]

US Embassy Donates Medical Supplies

This week the US Embassy donated medical supplies and training aids to the Ministry of Health and Wellness. This support, valued at one hundred thousand Belize dollars, was handed over [...]

Redistricting Process to Begin in Early 2022

When will the redistricting exercise begin? For years, there has been disparity between electoral divisions and the constitution provides for redistricting to even out the numbers. The Belize Peace Movement [...]

More Funds Needed to Run Prison

The Kolbe Foundation was first contracted to manage the Belize Central Prison since August of 2002. It has been managed by that institution since then. It costs, roughly, nineteen dollars [...]

Additional Drug Charges for Seven Men in November Plane Landing

Police have added more charges against the seven men who were arraigned in connection with the November twenty-seventh drug plane that crash-landed in the Mountain Pine Ridge. Jesus Martinez Quintero, [...]

Police Car Crashes Into Wall

Today a police vehicle went barreling into a concrete building and through its wall today. Fortunately, no one was injured. Police Commissioner, Chester Williams says the officers were heading to [...]

5 @ 30: Dr. Bob Roberts on Making the “Sixty Second Sermons”

This week News Five is celebrating thirty years on the air, beginning with our first broadcast on December ninth, 1991. As part of our special series “News Five Remembers” tonight [...]