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Calaney Flowers to Stand Retrial for 2012 Murder

Ten years after the horrific death of twenty-nine-year-old Lyndon Morrison, his former girlfriend, Calaney Flowers, is heading to court once again for a re-trial.  Viewers would recall that on March [...]

NEMO Monitoring P.T.C -13’s Projected Path to Central America

The National Meteorological Service of Belize and the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) is monitoring a potential tropical cyclone located just north of Venezuela. Referred to as P.T.C 13, the [...]

Avian Flu Contained: No More Positive Cases Detected

In mid-September, we told you about a strain of avian influenza that was detected in the poultry industry in the north. In the wake of its detection, eight farms – [...]

Changes in Testing Process for Poultry Industry in Wake of Influenza

Millions of dollars in losses have been recorded for the poultry industry in the north, but Minister of Agriculture, Jose Abelardo Mai, says that the country will not experience any [...]

Still No Agreement; Final Attempt to Resolve Impasse in Sugar Industry

The impasse between the sugar cane farmers association and the millers continues. All efforts to come to an agreement ahead of the 2022 sugar crop season have been futile and [...]

What Will Happen When Bread Subsidy Expires?

Are Belizeans still at risk of paying a higher price for a sixteen-ounce pack of bread? That is a decision that will be made by cabinet at the start of [...]

Six Belize City Residents are Charged for Being Members of Gangs

Six Belize City men, from various neighborhoods, have been arrested and charged for the crime of being a member of a gang.  Earlier today, twenty-year-old Jaheed Shamar Baptist, a baker [...]

Central Farm Resident Busted with Stolen Motorcycle

On Saturday night, sometime around eleven p.m., police responded to an area along the Branch Mouth Road in Cayo District where they observed thirty-four-year-old Roquelino Ortega suffering from an apparent [...]

St Mary’s Students Settling in at Samuel Haynes Institute of Learning

Students of Saint Mary’s Primary School, who from the start of the school year have had to travel over to Mahogany Street to have classes in the Samuel Haynes Institute [...]

Will S.J.C Steal U.B’s Thunder? Not At All, Says Education Minister

In 2021, Saint John’s College was granted a license to operate as a four-year institution, now making it one of three tertiary-level educational institutions that offer undergraduate and graduate studies [...]

All Saints Receives Projectors from the Ministry of Education

Covid taught us that in the face of a global health debacle, life needed to progress, even when the pandemic restricted us from interfacing with each other. The digital and [...]

Paved Road Coming to Entrance of Guinea Grass Village

Residents of Guinea Grass are up in arms over the deplorable road conditions in the village and clamoring for repairs. For years, the main road through the community has needed [...]

An M.O.U. to Improve the Link between Buyers & Agro-Producers

A lot of effort has been put into developing resilient farms and ensuring that local produce is at top quality for consumers and the local markets.  But our local farmers [...]

How Much Has Been Investment Through Resilient Rural Belize?

While with C.E.O. Doctor Osmond Martinez, we asked for an update on how much has been invested so far from Resilient Rural Belize Program which is funded by the Green [...]

U.S. Government Donates Half a Million Dollars to BAHA for Fruit Fly Eradication Program

Today, at the Belize Agricultural Health Authority Office in Belmopan, the U.S. Government handed over approximately half a million dollars towards the Fruit Fly Eradication Program. It is part of [...]

Francis Fonseca Says He Worries Not About His U.D.P Opponents in Freetown

The United Democratic Party has named two persons who will vie for their Freetown constituency convention. They are current caretaker, Orson Elrington and former two-time Belize City Mayor, Zenaida Moya. [...]

Francis Fonseca: If the U.D.P Leader Can Treat Patrick Faber Like that, Imagine…

While we were on the issue of politics, News Five asked Fonseca for his views on the U.D.P’s move to disbar his predecessor at the Ministry of Education from even [...]

Freetown Area Rep. on Redistricting: Let’s Wait for the Results

Another current topic that will make for interesting news when it is completed is the redistricting exercise. Currently there are thirty-one constituencies across the country, with boundaries that range from [...]

Ian Mariano Sr. All-Star Classic To Bring Belize Civic Center Alive

In November 2020, the sports community was rocked by the passing of Ian Mariano Senior. He was an exceptional basketball promoter and sports personality. He was featured in our newscast [...]

La Fiesta Del Pueblo Celebrates 21st Anniversary in Orange Walk

San Jose Nuevo Palmar Village, in Orange Walk District, will come alive on Sunday for La Fiesta del Pueblo. This is the twenty-first year the community is hosting the event [...]

Calling All Birdwatchers for Urban Bird Watch 2022

Birders across the country are invited to come out this weekend to participate in Urban Bird Watch 2022. The Belize Audubon Society has organized an event for October eighth at [...]