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Truck accident causes oil spill in O.W.

Residents of Orange Walk woke up to an oil spill on their doorsteps following an early morning trucking accident. Around five today a private tanker was carrying several thousand gallons [...]

Johnny Briceño: We need help in oil industry

Today’s oil spill in Orange Walk has reignited safety and health concerns posed by the growing petroleum industry. This morning Minister Johnny Briceño readdressed questions surrounding the lack of an [...]

San Pedro robbery leaves one hospitalised

A San Pedro man remains admitted to ward tonight following a robbery on the island just after one this morning. According to police, forty-nine year old Jian Shan and his [...]

N.Hway damage causes long traffic delays

If you had the need to travel on the Northern Highway between Haulover Bridge and Ladyville today, then you experienced bumper to bumper traffic as work crews sought to repair [...]

Roaring Creek fugitive busted in Bmp. warehouse

Five days after he repeatedly stabbed eighteen year old Nazelie Neal, Belmopan police have captured twenty-five year old Roaring Creek resident Kurt Vasquez. The drama unfolded around two this morning [...]

Students, survivors march against domestic violence

The arrest of Louie Ganzie Gentle and Kurt Vasquez has done little to quell the public outcry against the recent spate of domestic violence. This morning, News Five’s Jacqueline Godwin [...]

U.S. Army to build classrooms in Bz., O.W. Districts

Throughout the year, school officials across the country bemoan a lack of classroom space available to students and teachers. But as News Five’s Kendra Griffith reports, this year, members of [...]

O.W. students claim top honours in Nutrition Quiz

Today seven high schools from across the country faced some tough questions in the annual ADM Belize Mills Nutrition Quiz Competition Finals. At the end of five rounds of questioning, [...]

Regional efforts fight to save Amatique Bay

In June 2004, News Five’s Janelle Chanona toured the Gulf of Honduras as part of a tri-national alliance by Belizean, Guatemalan and Honduran organizations to highlight the environmental significance of [...]