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David “Goofy” Phillips Murdered with Cement Block at Mile 8

A man was callously murdered overnight near the Western Pines community. The killer apparently used a cement block to kill David Phillips, otherwise known as Goofy. The incident happened behind [...]

B.D.F. Says IED Found on Maya Aircraft; Maya Says It’s a Rocket Motor

On Tuesday at midday, the Belize Defense Force was informed that a contraption which appears to be an explosive object had been found on an aircraft belonging to Maya Island [...]

Mahogany Heights Mother Pleads Guilty to Drug Trafficking

A Mahogany Heights resident has been convicted of drug trafficking after police discovered one hundred and seventeen grams of cannabis in her home. Reports are that on Wednesday night, police [...]

Mahogany Heights Family Charged For Marijuana Found in Home

Also in Mahogany Heights Village, a family of four was busted with forty-one grams of marijuana.  On Wednesday, police visited the home of Stephanie Copious and executed a search warrant [...]

Teenager Burglarizes Mother’s Home

Earlier today, an eighteen-year-old was facing seven years for burglary, until his mother appeared in court to drop the charge. Brian Hilton is accused of breaking into his mother’s home [...]

2nd Annual Elevate Training Expo – Improving Service Excellence

The Belize Tourism Board is hosting the second annual Elevate Training Expo at the Biltmore Plaza in Belize City. Stakeholders, including property owners, chefs, those in the hospitality sector and [...]

Updating a National Sustainable Cruise Tourism Masterplan

And while overnight tourist arrivals are up by ninety-one to ninety-five percent, what about the cruise tourism sector? Director of Tourism Evan Tillett says that the National Sustainable Tourism Masterplan [...]

Tourist Arrivals Up to 91% of 2019 Figures

Earlier this month, in an update on the state of the tourism industry, the C.E.O. in the Ministry of Tourism and Diaspora Relations confirmed that there are more carriers and [...]

Diversifying the Markets of Visitors to Belize

The Belize Tourism Board and Tourism Minister Anthony Mahler have been working on tapping into the European market. Today, when News Five caught up with Tourism Director Evan Tillett, he [...]

Into the Life of Comedian David Morey

In tonight’s installment of Belize On Reel, we take you down to Independence Village to find out more about a comedian who has become a familiar face to many Belizeans. [...]

Pickstock Land Clinic Draws Hundreds of Constituents

A land clinic for residents of Pickstock concluded today at the Belize City Center where hundreds of constituents were present to seek assistance with obtaining land titles or applying for [...]

Fifteen Women Empowered to Market Their Own Preserved Foods

Two weeks ago, News Five was present for the launch of the CRASH program at Hand in Hands Ministries. It stands for: Capacity Roadmap: A Sustainable Hope and its objective [...]

What Does Cordel Think of the P.U.P.’s Mayoral Debacle?

Deputy Party Leader Cordel Hyde finds himself in a peculiar situation where candidates for the mayoral seat in Belize City are concerned.  Incumbent Mayor Bernard Wagner is his brother-in-law and [...]

A New Law to Replace the Definitive Agreement is on the Horizon

The Briceño administration is getting ready to present a new piece of legislation to Cabinet and subsequently the House of Representatives, a bill that will replace the controversial Definitive Agreement.  [...]

Kelly Kellz & White Yardie in Belize for Fiyah Fi Dat!

We’re two days away from Fiyah Fi Dat – one of the biggest comedy shows to be organized in Belize. It will be held this Saturday, September thirtieth, at the [...]

Girls and Women are Disproportionately Affected by Climate Change in Trinidad and Tobago

Girls and women are disproportionately affected by climate change. Gender disparities have resulted in threats to the safety, health, and livelihoods of these groups, all of which are amplified during [...]