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Arrests made in two recent murders

More breaks in recent homicides were announced today as police escorted to Magistrate’s Court three young men they believe were involved in the killings of Floyd ‘Cinco Seis” Gladden and [...]

Police high command seeks to rally support

Police today used the arrests as one of the few bright spots in a presentation to the media on their efforts to cool off the situation in the city. Gerald [...]

Cops collar suspects in two Cayo robberies

Separate incidents in the Cayo district have resulted in the arrest of four suspected robbers. In the first case, investigators in Benque Viejo tell News Five that just after nine [...]

Minister: labour law is silent on disaster responsibilities

Life may be returning to normal for most Belizeans following the close call with Hurricane Felix, but some confusion and even bitterness remains in the often fragile relationship between labour [...]

Conservation group makes major relief donation

It’s a newly formed umbrella organisation that deals with the management of our nation’s protected areas: not the kind of group that immediately comes to mind in wake of a [...]

Library releases two news books

Today two new additions to the list of locally produced publications officially hit bookshelves. Treasures of a Century is a collection of twentieth century poetry collected and edited by the [...]

Pilots ok following chopper crash

Reports reaching News Five indicate that the two pilots of a British Army helicopter that crashed yesterday are uninjured but will undergo routine tests just to make sure. The Bell [...]

Carnival Road March moved to Sept. 22

In another type of correction, the Belize Carnival Association has reversed field and once again changed the dates of the Carnival Road March that had been postponed due to rains [...]

Jungle chess camp has kids motivated

During July and August this newscast was chock-a-block with our usual run of summer camp stories, covering activities ranging from art to football. That series of reports usually ends when [...]