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Egbert Arnold Sr. is Killed in Hattieville

Sometime after ten p.m. on Monday, gunshots rang out on the George Price Highway and when the shooting subsided, residents in that area of Hattieville discovered the lifeless body of [...]

Justin Daniels Survives to Tell Tale of Disappearance at Sea

Last night, we told you about a daring rescue at sea after tour guide Justin Daniels disappeared when he jumped out of his boat to address a mechanical issue. This [...]

Shyne Barrow, “My response was totally in order.”

Friday’s house meeting wasn’t without its share of disagreement on the contentious topic of the stillborn, no-confidence motion that was requested by Opposition Leader Shyne Barrow.  According to Barrow, the [...]

Opposition Leader Calls Out Apparent Bias in Parliament

In giving his reason for responding in the rudely brief manner in which he did, Barrow says that, notwithstanding his reaction, he is second to the prime minister in terms [...]

LOO Calls Out Network of NGOs’ Hypocrisy

On Monday, the Belize Network of NGOs, led by Senator Janelle Chanona, issued a statement in which it supports the call for the Privileges Committee of the House of Representatives [...]

Filming for Shyne’s Bio-doc Wrapping Up in Belize

The weeklong filming for Opposition Leader Shyne Barrow’s biography documentary is wrapping up in Belize.  As we mentioned earlier, the production crew accompanied Barrow to San Pedro this afternoon for [...]

Reggie’s Herb and Tea House, a Closer Look at Traditional Medicine

For the past three decades, one Belize City man has been working to keep traditional medicine alive. Reginald Hamilton, known by many as Doctor Reggie, the founder of Reggie’s Herb [...]

A New Healthy Belize Diet Being Promoted in Schools

Several key ministries in the government are working in partnership to introduce a healthier diet to primary school children in the Belize District, as a pilot project that will eventually [...]

Will Belize Need New COVID Vaccine?

As the new COVID variant spreads across the U.S., concerns have been raised at home as to whether Belizeans would need to receive a new vaccine that has been created. [...]

Integrating Conservation with Income Diversification Opportunities

Members of the Maya Centre Women’s Group are enhancing their skills and producing better quality products and offering improved services, thanks to capacity building and skills training offered by the [...]

Climate Change Takes Center Stage at CBU AGM

A team from News Five, including C.E.O. Marleni Cuellar, Production Manager Rick Romero and reporter Duane Moody, is Antigua for the fifty-fourth annual general meeting of the Caribbean Broadcasting Union. [...]

A New “Home” for Belize’s Declaration of Independence

Having been stored in a metal safe in the office of the Clerk of the National Assembly for the past forty years, the Declaration of Independence now has an accompanying [...]