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Pickup driver gives different version of fatal crash

It was a traffic accident that shocked and saddened two nations. Now, several days after the death of a Cuban volunteer doctor, the man driving her on that fateful morning [...]

Rosado’s widow receives cheque

He was a police officer in the wrong place at the wrong time…and paid the ultimate price. Today, the widow of Corporal Fernando Rosado, killed in the line of duty [...]

Ombudsman reflects on four years of service

While News 5 was visiting the Ombudsman’s office, we took the opportunity to ask Rodriguez to assess his experience after nearly four years of service. Paul Rodriguez “I think it [...]

CITCO teams up with Y.M.C.A. to spruce up city

Thanks to millions of dollars of investment and a resurgence of civic pride over the last decade or so, Belize City is finally beginning to lose its image as a [...]

Toledo village connects to high speed internet

For all those beleaguered Belizean computer users still waiting for their dial up connection to connect, tonight there is one more reason to be jealous. The students of San Luis [...]

Another manatee killed in city waters

Yesterday, in the wake of the discovery of a dead manatee north of Belize City, officials issued a warning to boaters to drive carefully along the coast. Apparently that warning [...]

Stabbing victim recounts assault

Earlier in this newscast we heard the testimony of a hospitalised driver who gave his version of a fatal traffic accident. Now we return to the K.H.M.H. to hear from [...]

Belize’s first cornea transplant saves boy’s sight

There are few senses more precious than that of sight. The next story spotlights the work of one Belizean organisation that has helped thousands of people to see better, and [...]