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Mother of Ayana Bennett Calls for Murder Charge

The shocking death of four-year-old Ayana Bennett, who was placed by the state in the foster care of Mennonite couple, Marvin and Lena Plett, in Spanish Lookout, has moved many [...]

PM Briceño Reacts to the Killing of Ayana Bennett

Reacting to the killing of four-year-old Ayana Bennett was Prime Minister John Briceño. He says he is urging investigators, including the Director of Public Prosecutions, to exercise the full extent [...]

Police Minister, “Ayana’s Death will be Thoroughly Investigated.”

The tragic passing of four-year-old Ayana Bennett has sent shockwaves across the country, evoking collective mourning and outrage. As citizens grapple with grief surrounding the loss of such a young [...]

Free Palestine March held in Belize City

In a powerful display of solidarity, supporters of Palestine today gathered in Belize City for the Free Palestine March, where the Palestinian flag flew alongside the Belizean flag. Led by [...]

PM Briceño Stands with Palestine, Condemns Hamas

As we have reported, the Government of Belize has cut diplomatic ties with Israel, calling for a total ceasefire. Today, Prime Minister John Briceño emphasized the importance of differentiating between [...]

Assad Shoman Does Not Condemn Hamas

And, while Prime Minister John Briceño condemns Hamas for the October seventh attack, former Foreign Affairs Minister, Assad Shoman, does not. In an interview with News Five today, Shoman refrains [...]

U.S. State Department Issues Travel Advisory for Belize

On November thirteenth, the U.S. Department of State issued a Level Two travel advisory for Belize, urging travelers to exercise heightened caution due to a notable prevalence of crime. The [...]

Ambassador Shoman Reacts to US Travel Advisory for Belize

The U.S. Department’s travel advisory came days after Belize sent a protest note, dated November eighth, to the Embassy of Israel in Mexico. That protest note stated that Belize, as [...]

“Shyne Barrow is not…in jeopardy”, says His Attorney “OJ” Elrington

The People’s United Party is once again challenging Opposition Leader, Moses “Shyne” Barrow’s voter’s registration. If found guilty of an offense related to elections, any elected official would be forced [...]

PM Briceño on Barrow: “Everybody Knows Where He Lives”

Earlier today, the media asked Prime Minister John Briceño for a reaction to the matter involving Moses Barrow that is before the Chief Magistrate. PM Briceño told reporters that when [...]

P.U.P. Chairman Weighs in on Barrow’s Case

Today, we also got the feedback on the P.U.P. objectors’ case against the Opposition Leader from Chairman Henry Charles Usher, who said that anyone who comes into question must face [...]

Field Day: Understanding Energy Transmission

In tonight’s episode of Bringing Energy to Life, News Five joins a team of technicians as they venture into a marshy area along the George Price Highway where inspections are [...]

Where is B.S.I. on Commercial Agreement with BSCFA?

Earlier today, the Belize Sugar Industries Limited provided an update on a proposed commercial agreement that has been presented to the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association.  In a media briefing [...]

Government Official Says Public Officers Are Now Trained in Good Governance

But while the month-long activities are important to help people detect corruption, it is also important to detect it within the public service, which is where a lot of the [...]

Boledo Contracts Signed at Close Event in Belmopan

The Belize Government Lotteries Limited (BGLL) signed contracts with the newly selected sales distributors of Boledo on Tuesday. The signing took place during a closed event at the George Price [...]

G.O.B. Says Belize is on Time with Anti-Corruption Law

Going back to the issue of anti-corruption, Minister Usher said that in order for Belize to adapt the conventions to which we have signed onto, including the UN Convention against [...]