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Police Recover Firearms Stolen from Former Commissioner’s House

Police have recovered several guns that were stolen from the residence of the former Commissioner of Police, Allen Whylie in Lemonal. The firearms were discovered in two different locations, one [...]

Police Say Kidnapping Reports by Two Children are Made Up

Last evening, we reported on two incidents of attempted kidnappings that involved children, in one case, a six-year-old in Orange Walk, and a teenager in another instance, as she walked [...]

Jonathan Burgos is Charged for Stealing from a Belize City Attorney

Thirty-seven-year-old Jonathan Burgos, a businessman from Orange Walk, is accused of stealing three thousand, five hundred dollars in cash from a well-known attorney in Belize City. While the alleged theft [...]

P.M. Briceño to B.N.T.U.: Teachers’ Early Return to School is Non-Negotiable

The Government of Belize is standing firm on its decision to have teachers and students return to the classroom only four days after Hurricane Lisa made landfall. Prime Minister John [...]

Government Footing Majority of the Fuel Bill for Hurricane Lisa Cleanup Campaign

We have been reporting on the ongoing cleanup efforts across Belize City and the fact that over one thousand truck loads of debris have been transported to the transfer station [...]

A.S.R./B.S.I. Flips Blame to B.S.C.F.A., says Sugar Cane Farmers Are Stalling C.A. Negotiations

The Belize Sugar Industries Ltd. has set a tentative date of December nineteenth to start the 2022/2023 season.  The announcement was made today during a press conference called by A.S.R/B.S.I. [...]

A.S.R./B.S.I. Hopeful Common Sense Approach Will Prevail in C.A. Negotiation

Despite the tension between A.S.R./B.S.I. and the B.S.C.F.A., the management of the sugar mill is still hopeful that a commercial agreement can be signed before the start of the sugar [...]

B.S.I. Says B.S.C.F.A.’s Regional Sugar Cane Price Comparisons is “Misleading”

In discussing the financial benefits to farmers as a result of B.S.I.’s move to the Port of Big Creek, McLachlan noted that farmers were able to save just over three [...]

Meet the Belizean COP27 Delegation

The News Five team of reporter Duane Moody and cameraman Kenroy Michael are at the United Nation’s Conference of the Parties, better referred to as COP27, being held in Sharm [...]

Belize’s Mangrove Protection Lauded at COP27

There are a number of additional activities in which members of the Belize delegation will be engaged. But apart from the negotiations, meetings and side events, bilateral meetings are equally [...]

Loss & Damage Officially on the COP27 Agenda

Victory has been declared at the United Nation’s Conference of Parties, even before the twenty-seventh edition of the World Climate Change conference is completed. On Wednesday, something those small island [...]

Belize’s Bi-Lateral Partners Aid in Hurricane Lisa Relief; More Contributions to Come.

The international community has united assist Belize’s recovery efforts. Today, the Government of Japan decided to provide emergency relief items in the form of generators, sleeping bags and blankets. Also, [...]

P.M. on Hurricane Lisa Recovery: “We Want to Build as Many Homes as We Possibly Can”

Many residents in the Belize District are without a roof over their heads, following Hurricane Lisa. The Government of Belize is intent on rebuilding a number of these homes. In [...]

Red Cross is on the Go in Vista del Mar

“Help is coming.” It’s a widely used trope when discussing humanitarian relief.  In the case of the Belize Red Cross, hurricane-ravaged communities are being visited systematically in order to assist [...]

Tourist Arrivals are Expected to Increase During Upcoming High Season

The high season for tourist arrivals this year is expected to perform well, although not at pre-pandemic levels.  Notwithstanding the impact of Hurricane Lisa, every effort is being made in [...]

HelpAge Assesses Hurricane Damages to Shut-ins’ Homes

It’s been around for decades, providing help to Belize City’s elderly and immobile citizens, visiting with them and offering them a hot meal each week. Today was no different for [...]