Calvin Chapman story and photos Over 4000 fans witnessed the Guyana Golden Jaguars beat Belize 2-1 in the final round of the Concacaf Nations League (CNL) at the National Track and Field Center (NTFC), Leonora, last night...
Over the weekend, senior officials from Belize Water Services Limited held a meeting with residents of San Jose Succotz in Cayo over high water bills. As we reported earlier in [...]
School children all around the country have had a busy month with meaningful and fun activities. This year, Child Stimulation Month, is being held under the theme, âHug me, Listen [...]
As activities wind down in celebration of Womenâs Month, the Belize City Council today singled out a group of outstanding women from all walks of life and ages for their [...]
Since the beginning of the week, News Five has been taking an in-depth look at the state of Belizeâs conch fishery.Â There have been serious concerns raised about enforcement of [...]
The Belize Bus Association remains at odds with the Department of Transport tonight after two Guatemalan bus operators were given licenses to traffic passengers to and from Guatemala to Belize [...]
Former City Administrator Candice Miller appeared before Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin this afternoon for mediation with Belize City Mayor Bernard Wagner.Â Miller was suspended from her post as the most [...]
The high profile trial for William âDannyâ Mason and company has been adjourned because he needs new legal representation after attorneys Herbert Panton and Rachel Montejo stepped away from the [...]
BELMOPAN, Belize (CMC) â The Belize Government says it is taking action to address the challenges facing the country's sugar industry and that of the wider Caribbean.In a statement, the Ministry of Investment, Trade...
Since presenting an updated legal opinion on the Belize/Guatemala dispute and the possibilities of a resolution at the I.C.J., Professor Stephen Vasciannie has been sought after to discuss his findings [...]
On Thursday, the Senate ratified a loan agreement between the Government of Belize and the Caribbean Development Bank for five point nine million U.S. dollars. The monies have been earmarked [...]
Five computers were donated to Saint Lukeâs Methodist Primary School in Belize City to boost its computer lab. The now thirteen functioning stations will assist teachers and students with their [...]
And so the phase out is a staggered process that starts with the importation followed by local production. The ban will affect the bottom line and even see many importers [...]