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Desmond Budna Shot Dead in Lake I

A San Pedro resident was shot dead in the Lake Independence area of Belize City this morning and police are trying to close in on the shooter. But that might [...]

Gang-related Crimes are Down in Belize City

There has been a noticeable quiet when it comes to gang violence in Belize City recently. The Ministry of Home Affairs, through the Leadership Intervention Unit, has been working tirelessly [...]

Mechanic Targeted and Shot at His Home in Hattieville

A mechanic was shot at his home late Thursday night by someone who went looking for his son. Carlton Belisle, Sr. was reportedly inside around eleven o’clock when he heard [...]

Ministry of Health & Wellness Responds to Latest U.S. Travel Announcement

Earlier today, the United States government announced that it is ending the requirement that international airplane travelers test negative for COVID-19 before entering the U.S. This mandate will expire on [...]

Latest CDC Announcement Makes Life Easier for U.S. and International Travelers

In the travel and leisure sector, the Ministry of Tourism welcomes the good news as it simply means that more international visitors will be arriving to Belize without the hassle [...]

Pediatric Vaccinations for Primary School Children Going Slow

For the past two weeks, the Ministry of Health and Wellness in collaboration with the Ministry of Education has had health personnel visit primary schools across the country to administer [...]

Ministry of Health Provides Update on Vaccinations for Children and Adults

News Five also spoke with Health Minister Kevin Bernard who provided an update on the rollout of pediatric vaccines across the country. He also spoke briefly on the gradual decline [...]

The Learning Losses of the COVID Pandemic

As the 2021 school year is coming to an end, the Ministry of Education has conducted an assessment on the learning loss during COVID. And the test suggests that students [...]

MOE to Launch a Loss Mitigation Summer Program

The Ministry of Education is launching a summer program as an immediate step to addressing the learning deficit as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.   Francis Fonseca, Minister of [...]

Stakeholders Meet over School Bus Contracts

A meeting was held today between school bus operators from the south, the Minister of State for Education, Doctor Louis Zabaneh, C.E.O. Dian Maheia and a finance officer, over their [...]

Ministry of Education Investigates Dreadlocks Allegation

The Minister of Education has chimed in on an allegation that a student has been denied enrollment at two church-based primary schools, purportedly because the child wears dreadlocks. The Human [...]

Francis Fonseca: BIMFF Provides a Stage for Artists

On Thursday night you heard about the call for food vendors for the first-of-its-kind Belize International Music and Food Festival to be held in San Pedro at the end of [...]

Dallas Mavericks Shooting Guard Reggie Bullock is in Town

Pro baller Reggie Bullock arrived in Belize this afternoon and visited the Mexico Sports Center where dozens of high school students from across the city were participating in a basketball [...]

Hattieville Community Library is Officially Launched

Today, the Ministry of Education, Culture, E-Governance, Science and Technology officially inaugurated the Hattieville Community Library. It will be a safe space primarily for youths in the village to access [...]

Minister Chebat: Government Will Keep Utility Rates Stable As Long As Possible

The Belize Electricity Limited and the Belize Water Services Limited have shown where the cost of providing the country with light and water has gone up and felt there should [...]

Government to Review Ports System With a View To Enhance the Standards

Belize, as a country that relies heavily on imports, depends on the ports to receive goods, as well as to ship goods abroad. But we sometimes run into problems because [...]

The REMAR fight to addiction

There are many Belizeans who are struggling with issues of substance and physical abuse and many of them believe that there is nowhere to turn to. But there is one [...]