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Guinea Grass Resident Shot & Killed in the Belize District

Tonight, we begin our newscast with the murder of a twenty-five-year-old Guinea Grass resident. Lisandro Martinez was shot and killed on Wednesday night as he headed to Boston Village in [...]

3 Cops from San Pedro on Trial for Manslaughter in Death of Edwin Ixpatec

In the wee hours of March fourteenth, 2016, Edwin Ixpatac was beaten to death while in police custody in San Pedro Town.  In the wake of the incident, three police [...]

Joint Public Accounts Committee Meets in Belmopan

Last week, a group of social partner senators came forward in the media when their call for a meeting of the Joint Public Accounts Committee went unanswered.  At the time, [...]

An Aviation Hub City is Proposed for Belize

The Ministry of Blue Economy and Civil Aviation is proposing what is known as an Aviation Hub City for Belize. The idea, according to Minister Andre Perez, is to prioritize [...]

Proposal for Aviation Hub City is Well-received by Cabinet

According to the Minister of Civil Aviation, to every dollar that is made from employment in the aviation industry, five dollars is generated.    Andre Perez, Minister of Civil Aviation [...]

Belize & U.S. Hold Bi-Annual Bilateral Meeting

On Wednesday, the U.S. Embassy and the Government of Belize met to reaffirm the U.S.-Belize security partnership. The bi-annual bilateral meeting between the United States and Belize is to strengthen [...]

S.I.B. Says Debt to G.D.P. Ratio Has Improved Significantly Since 2020

The Statistical Institute of Belize, S.I.B., reports that Belize’s debt-to-G.D.P. ratio has made a forty-five percent fall from a hundred and thirty-three percent in 2020 to eighty-eight percent, where it [...]

Economist Weighs In On G.D.P. Rate

But while C.E.O. Martinez and the S.I.B. statistics present one figure, Economist, Carlos Magana raises questions as to whether that percentage was arrived at perhaps because some elements were eliminated. [...]

Economist Weighs In on S.S.B’s investment in D.F.C.

Earlier this week, we reported on the twenty-million-dollar loan that the Social Security Board is providing to the Development Finance Corporation to be used on its mortgage program, as well [...]

C.E.O. Martinez: Belize Can Make Hundreds of Millions of Dollars off Carbon Credits

As the whole discussion of climate change and carbon credits takes shape, Belize being under-developed, as it were, is an advantage for us in the greater scheme of things. That’s [...]

Squatters Taking Up Private Land on Northern Caye Caulker

Concerns have been raised about the illegal occupation of private lands north of Caye Caulker Village. News Five understands that several persons have erected dwellings in an area on the [...]

Belize Charts Course Regional Path towards Regional Efficiency Labeling Scheme

A recent Sustainable Energy for All report by the United Nations indicates that countries across the Caribbean are unable to meet their energy demands. CARICOM’s Regional Organization for Standards and [...]

Lait Up Belize Provides Support to Belize’s Energy Efficient Frame Work Initiative

The Lait Up Belize Project, an initiative of the European Union, is providing the financial support needed for the Belize Bureau of Standards to develop its energy efficient labeling framework. [...]

Two New Ambulances and Support Trucks from Belize Heroes N.G.O. to G.O.B.

The second of two U.S. Air Force flights that were scheduled to transport emergency response vehicles to Belize in July, arrived today carrying two ambulances, two support trucks, and medical [...]

B.I.M.F.F. is Expected to Bring Additional Economic Activity to San Pedro

The Belize International Music and Food Festival is less than two weeks away, and while the performing artists are fine-tuning their sets, the San Pedro Town Council and Area Representative [...]