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A Hit Carried out on a Business Owner on John Smith Link Road

We begin tonight’s newscast with the execution of a popular businessman from the Eight Miles community on the George Price Highway. He was on his routine morning walk along the [...]

Land Borders Reopening is Postponed

The Briceño administration announced this evening that the scheduled reopening of land borders and sea ports on January first has been postponed to February 2022. The decision came on the [...]

Protocols Still Being Worked out for Land Borders Reopening

But it would appear that the P.M. did not get the memo, because earlier today, he told the media that the reopening date remains in place and that the protocol [...]

PM Says Doctor Manza Mismanaged COVID in Belize

As we have been reporting, Doctor Marvin Manzanero was terminated last Friday as Director of Health Services under the Ministry of Health and Wellness. The writings were on the wall [...]

PM Briceño: Omicron Inevitably Coming to Belize

The concern over the opening of the border continues to grow, especially with the highly transmissible omicron variant spreading across the globe. Without mincing words, Prime Minister John Briceño says, [...]

PM Briceño: Schools Have to Open

Schools are to reopen to hybrid learning come January, alternating between online distance-learning and having students on the school compounds that have been given the green light to operate. The [...]

B.D.F. Soldiers Awarded at Traditional Christmas Luncheon

There are many holiday events at this time of the year, but one of the most festive is the traditional Christmas luncheon at the Price Barracks. News Five’s Duane Moody [...]

Amnesty 2022 Budget Not Finalized as Yet

In 2022, an amnesty program will regularise the status of upwards of fifty thousand undocumented migrants in Belize. There have been rumors after the amnesty period there will be a [...]

Basketball Gear for Wagner’s Youth Facility and Belize Central Prison

The Belize Central Prison and the Wagner’s Youth Facility in Hattieville today received new basketball gear. The gifts came from the Ahmadiyya Muslim community, which has had significant levels of [...]

Basketball Supplies for Grace Primary from Ahmadiyya

After the Ahmadiyya Muslim President, Imam Naveed Mangla handed over the basketball gear to the Kolbe Foundation, he returned to Belize City where he also installed new basketball backboards at [...]

Introducing: Wagner’s Youth Facility’s New Director

There is a new director at the Wagner’s Youth Facility.  Robert Diaz replaces William Dawson, who moved on to help gang members in Belize City who are trying to uplift [...]

Families Can Bring Christmas Dinner to Inmates, But Bring Your Vaccination Card too

‘Tis the season to be merry and the inmates at the Belize Central Prison will be allowed certain privileges this year – that is, the ones who have not been [...]

NGO Engages Youths in Punta Gorda

YADLIT, pronounced, YAAD LIT, is a community based organization out of Punta Gorda focused on agriculture and community development. The founders of the organization uses their agriculture-based business to invest [...]

Can G.O.B. Resolve Sugar Impasse in the North?

As viewers probably know by now the start of sugar crop has been delayed in the North due to unresolved issues between the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association, B.S.C.F.A. and [...]

Amendment to the Sugar Industry Act & Non-Complaint Associations

P.M. says that among the issues right now is the profit sharing mechanism on the bagasse. But there’s another problem within the northern sugar belt. Two of the four associations [...]

Tablets for High School Students This Krismus

Dozens of teenagers attending secondary school in the Old Capital were today proud recipients of tablets ahead of the January semester of hybrid learning.  It’s the culmination of another initiative [...]

“This Christmas” Song Urges Belizeans to Cherish Their Loved Ones

Belizean Artist “Unlmtd” (Unlimited) released a new single just in time for the holidays entitled “This Christmas.” The stunning visuals by Sheron Hope that accompany it feature the artist’s family, [...]

70 percent Covid recovery rate at KHMH

And finally tonight, there is a positive story coming out of the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital as seventy-six year old Cecelia Savery checked out after fourteen days in the COVID [...]