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Western Hwy. home destroyed by fire; suspect detained

Just after dawn today fire and police officials responded to reports of a blaze on the Western Highway. And as News Five’s Jacqueline Godwin explains, while no one was hurt, [...]

Another special A.G.M. called for citrus growers

The citrus controversy is heating up again in the south as a published notice to growers is calling for yet another special general meeting. According to the advertisement, the meeting [...]

B.N.E.: Spanish Lookout reservoir clear of oil

Belize Natural Energy continued its damage control efforts today, releasing a copy of a letter from Belize Water Services regarding possible contamination to Spanish Lookout’s water reservoir. In the document [...]

O.W. resident bleeds to death in cane field

An Orange Walk family is in mourning tonight after their loved one bled to death in a cane field. Police investigations reveal that around one on Thursday afternoon sixty-two year [...]

Roaring Creek man killed in traffic mishap

Police officers in the Cayo district are tonight looking for the driver of a vehicle who knocked down and killed a Roaring Creek resident. Reports are that around eleven-thirty on [...]

Teen detained in attempted jewellery heist

Manuel Matute may be thirty-eight years older than the thief who tried to rob him, but that fact didn’t stop the well known jeweller from chasing and catching the culprit. [...]

Student activist cleared of court charges

In 2005, Moses Sulph became a household name as the militant student activist from the University of Belize. But Sulph’s reputation came under fire in April of that year when [...]

Musician advocates against domestic violence

As the hunt for accused killer Louie Ganzie continues, thirty-three year old Allison Hemsley, better known as Dan Man, has been touring the media circuit with his latest release. The [...]

New study says Nassau grouper is disappearing

Today international experts on fish ecology and the human impact on marine ecosystems dropped a bombshell on local environmentalists: a popular fish species is disappearing. From the depths off the [...]

Experts: Caribbean extremely vulnerable to climate change

For many people, the term “climate change” invokes thought on environmental policy, especially regarding global warming and its effects on life as we know it. But as News Five’s Kendra [...]