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John Doe in Fatal RTA Near Biscayne is Identified as Sherwin Leslie

The body of a Belize City resident was positively identified by members of his family this morning when they visited the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital.  On Monday, Prime Minister John [...]

Monkeypox Virus Detected in Neighboring Quintana Roo, Mexico

The neighboring state of Quintana Roo, Mexico reported its first case of the monkeypox virus on Monday. The patient has been identified as an elderly person who is currently in [...]

Monkeypox Detection in Belize is “only a matter of time”

Dr. Melissa Diaz-Musa, Director of Public Health Services “There is no definitive reason or link to explain why it has spread, but the hypothesis from experts are saying that perhaps [...]

COVID-19 Numbers Continues to Decrease

And while health officials remain on high alert for monkeypox, COVID-19 continues to spread across the country. Fortunately, the number of infections reportedly on a daily basis continues to trickle [...]

S.S.B. to Invest $20 Million in D.F.C.

The Belize Social Security Board has an investment portfolio of over four hundred and fifty-three million dollars in areas such as utility companies, banks and financial institutions, in agriculture and [...]

S.S.B. to Discuss Parametric Reform with Relevant Parties

And while S.S.B. is investing heavily to be able to cover the cost of retirement, there is already a need to make adjustments on how much we pay or how [...]

S.S.B. Welcomes Investment Requests over Quarter Million Dollars

While the Social Security Board is investing a significant amount in the D.F.C., the social insurance program is also inviting requests for loan proposals from anyone who is interested in [...]

G.O.B. & Taiwan Sign Implementing Arrangement for Digital Inclusion Program

Last Thursday, an implementation arrangement for the digital inclusion program was signed between the governments of Belize and Taiwan by Ambassador David Kuan-Chou Chien and Minister of Public Utilities, Energy, [...]

G.O.B. Working on an Energy Plan for Become Self-Sufficient in Electricity

The Ministry of Public Utilities, Energy, Logistics and E-Governance is also working on an energy plan for the country. It is all in an effort for Belize to become independent [...]

Public Utilities Minister on Electrifying the Entire Country

During a zoom interview with Minister Chebat today, News Five also asked about the ministry’s plan to electrify the entire country. When the Briceño administration took office, twenty-three villages were [...]

Senate Debates Sixty-Eight Million Dollars Supplementary Appropriation

Last night, we told you about the Senate’s debate on the seventy-five million U.S dollar loan from the Government of Taiwan, as well as a twenty-five million U.S. dollar loan [...]

H.R.C.U. Celebrates U-21 Female Volleyball Team

Today, members of Belize’s national under-twenty-one female volleyball team and coaching staff were celebrated by the Holy Redeemer Credit Union Limited for their stellar performance in the nineteenth Central American [...]

The Garifuna Collective Heads to Europe for Post-pandemic Tour

The Garifuna Collective is back on the road after two years of being sidelined from the world stage due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  It’s the moment the eight-member band has [...]

Belizean Artists Improving their Craft ahead of International Music Festival

A few weeks ago, we introduced you to a couple of the vendors that will be partaking in the first-ever Belize International Music and Food Festival in San Pedro Town. [...]