Since February of this year, the Youth Advocacy Through Arts has been traveling the country and visiting high schools across the city performing its latest play entitled Sleepless Girls. The [...]
On Saturday, personalities from various media houses will come together to ask Belizeans for help. Friends who have joined to form the Kareem Clarke Memorial Fund will be holding their [...]
A resident of the Georgeville Community on the George Price Highway in Cayo has started a cleanup campaign to inspire civic pride among the villagers. This past Sunday, Albert Pandy, [...]
In September of last year, News Five aired a story on which three hundred lots had been surveyed and granted to residents as part of a proposed subdivision for the [...]
A Taiwanese businesswoman who was caught with eighteen undersized lobster tails at her business was today dragged to court on fisheries offenses. But she pleaded not guilty and is challenging [...]
The hurricane season started in June but in time for the school, year, the City Emergency Management Organization wants your support in purchasing exercise books that they say has very [...]
The story of the stevedores has been in the news for some time and it doesnât appear that the collective bargaining agreement is any closer to a conclusion. According to [...]
Canadaâs twenty-two man roster has been selected ahead of a two-game home and away series against the Belize Jaguars in the third round of World Cup Qualifiers.Â On Thursday, veteran [...]
Shoman has tried to pass a motion once before, requesting an official Senate special select committee investigation into corruption in the Immigration Department. Thanks to a government majority in the [...]
Opposition Senator Lisa Shoman is unrelenting on the issue of the incursion in the Sarstoon by the Guatemalan military. Today she wrote to the Clerk of the National Assembly informing [...]
The first confirmed case of Chikungunya was recorded in Belizeâs public health archives back in November, following a rash of the mosquito-transmitted fever across the Caribbean and Latin America. Since [...]
A FAR MORE meaningful contribution can be made by the international business sector to this countryâs social and economic development. In fact, International Business Minister Donville Inniss is of...
In tonight's news: Twelve confirmed dead in Dominica and that number is expected to rise. Hundreds of primary school teachers to be appointed. Kierre Beckles fails to reach the 100 metre hurdles...
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados - The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has announced that an emergency relief grant of US$200 000 is being made immediately available to the Government of Dominica in the wake of Tropical...