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18 suspicious Belizeans waltz through P.G.I.A.

The Belize Police Department may be pursuing a criminal investigation and the Prime Minister is said to be considering his political options, but events continue to unfold that give the [...]

Body found in hotel, police suspect murder

Is it murder? Suicide? A drug overdose? Or simply a death by natural causes? That’s what police are trying to figure out following the discovery of a body in a [...]

Suspects sought in jacking, con

Tonight Belize City police are looking for two suspects in separate robberies: one of them a brazen gunman, the other a smooth talker. According to the cops, back in early [...]

Mexican drowns in Rio Hondo

A search party continues to look for the body of a man believed to have drowned in the Rio Hondo over the weekend. According to police, Felipe Rodriguez, a Mexican [...]

Brian Mossiah is new head of Press Office

His name is synonymous with the media, and tonight veteran broadcaster Brian Mossiah has a new job; head of the government Press Office. Forty-one year old Mossiah was picked for [...]

Business donate bikes to police

Determined to change its reputation in the eyes of the public, the Police Department has been actively working with the community to prevent and solve crimes. One part of that [...]

Police confident of impartial investigation

While at Racoon Street this morning, News 5 took the opportunity to speak to the department’s public relations officer, G. Michael Reid, about concerns that the police officers charged with [...]

Trade mission will go to Guatemala

Last month it was a sister city mission; this time it will be a trade mission that hopes to foster friendlier ties between Belize and Guatemala. A release from BELTRAIDE [...]

Nine-year-old has new lease on life

There is no shortage of stories on this newscast that cover the activities of various service and charitable organisations. Many times the coverage seems trite or needless, as it usually [...]