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Carl Reneau Gunned Down on Faber’s Road Extension

There was a deadly shooting in Belize City today that resulted in traffic being brought to a standstill on Faber’s Road Extension. Gunfire erupted sometime after two o‘clock this afternoon [...]

A Mother of Two Perishes in House Fire in Belize City

And several blocks away from the scene of this afternoon’s fatal attack on Faber’s Road, a mother of two perished in a weekend fire at her home in Belize City. [...]

Hattieville Mechanic Succumbs to Gunshot Injury

A murder was recorded over the weekend when Hattieville mechanic Carlton Belisle Senior succumbed to gunshot injuries on Saturday afternoon. Today, a News Five team returned to the family home [...]

Police Say Budna’s Murder was a Random Attack

Desmond Budna, a resident of San Pedro, was shot and killed in Belize City on Friday morning. The construction worker was in the Lake Independence area when he was gunned [...]

An Improved Road Paves Way for Rural Transformation in Machakilha Village

Transformation has come to the rural community of Machakilha. The village is situated in the southernmost part of the country and the population is made up of families of Mayan [...]

Ministry of Rural Transformation Intent on Improving Livelihoods in Rural Communities

While we caught up with Alfonso Putul and his family three years later, the purpose of our visit to the far-flung community of Machakilha on Friday was to attend the [...]

Partners in Rural Transformation

None of the roadworks, solar energy introduction, and water supply upgrades in Machakilha would have been possible without contributions from key partners. The Government of Belize, Barefoot Children’s Ministry, Plenty [...]

Ground Broken for New Fire Station in Dangriga

Dangriga will have a state-of-the-art fire station in about a year from now, through funding of one point two million U.S. dollars from the U.S. Government. Ground has been broken [...]

PM Provides Details of Law Courtenay Coye Law Contracts

Last week, News Five asked Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance, Chris Coye about the law contracts that the Prime Minister has awarded to the law firm of [...]

ComPol Responds to OJ Elrington in Trapp vs. Espat

Last week, we showed you the lawyer letters that were sent out in the aftermath of a hotly contested village council election in Teakettle. During the process, Woman Police Constable [...]

BPF to Government: Give Us a Seat on the Re-division Task Force

The Belize People’s Front is demanding to have a seat on the Re-division Task Force, which the government has as its field supervisor, Collet Montejo, a P.U.P. Senator and a [...]

Marin Says BPF Will Inform the International Community if PM Shows Cold Shoulder

So while the Belize People’s Front wants a spot at the head table and they will hold the P.M. to task, Marin says they will fight it on the international [...]

No Trial Date Yet for Hartin; Andrew Ashcroft Moves to Turks & Caicos with Kids

The June session of the Supreme Court commenced today and it was anticipated that Canadian national Jasmine Hartin would have been at court. News Five has confirmed with attorney Dickie [...]

The Judge Has Ruled; the State Did Not Violate the Cubans’ Rights

A case that has been ongoing since March of this year, brought by seven Cubans against the state on grounds that their fundamental human rights were violated while in detention [...]

Separate Weekend Drowning Incidents at Rio On Pools

Two persons lost their lives in separate drowning incidents at the Rio On Pools in Mountain Pine Ridge over the weekend, prompting the Forest Department to issue a public notice. [...]

Savings for BSI, Savings for Farmers, says Minister of Agriculture

Last week, we reported on A.S.R./B.S.I.’s multi-million dollar investment at Big Creek Port. The company’s improved raw sugar and molasses logistics at the port is expected to create savings for [...]

“He Doesn’t Know Much About Agriculture”, Minister of Agriculture on Opposition Leader

We also asked Minister Mai for his thoughts on the Leader of the Opposition’s recent trip to a carrot farm in San Carlos Village in the Orange Walk District. Following [...]

Pre-Inspection for Organic Materials at P.G.I.A.

If you have travelled through the Phillip Goldson International Airport into Belize recently, you would have noticed a new inspection feature. OIRSA is now conducting pre-inspections using x-ray machines and [...]

14th Annual Border Commanders Meeting Held in Corozal

The fourteenth annual Border Commanders Meeting between the militaries of Belize and Mexico was hosted in Corozal. Headed by Rear Admiral Elton Bennett, the Commandant of the Belize Coast Guard, [...]

Broadening Non-Traditional Cooperation between Belize & Mexico

One of the key challenges facing the region is narco-trafficking, particularly as it relates to drugs being moved from South America, through Belize and into Mexico before making its way [...]

Meet the Delegates of the 2022 Miss Universe Belize Title

And finally tonight, there was a huge buzz on social media over the weekend as the Miss Universe Belize organization announced the seven new delegates.  They are vying for the [...]