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Book presents Belize case in Guatemalan claim

With hot button issues like the impeachment of a Supreme Court Justice and the imposition of burdensome new telephone rates dominating the nightly news, the perennial headline grabber–Guatemala’s claim to [...]

Toledo motorcyclist killed in crash

A motorcyclist is dead tonight after a traffic accident in the Toledo District. Police reports are that thirty year old Fidel Coc, a salesman from San Antonio Village, was driving [...]

Cayo restaurant hit by robbers

It seems it’s open season on Cayo businesses as yet another armed hold-up has been reported to police. According to forty-five year old Chen Weibin, around nine on Tuesday night, [...]

Four charged in San Ignacio beating

Meanwhile police say they have arrested and charged four young men for their involvement in a bar fight in San Ignacio that left another man in a coma. Nineteen year [...]

Community donates cycles to Cayo cops

While a police committee is looking for ways to improve the working relationship between cops and the community, people in the twin towns of Cayo have been taking some concrete [...]

Final presentations made in rape case

The arguments may have ceased in the Meerabux case, but downstairs in the courtroom of John Gonzales, a major criminal trial was still going on. News 5′s Ann-Marie Williams has [...]

D.F.C. shifts housing emphasis to low income

Middle income families who have traditionally turned to the Development Finance Corporation for reasonably priced housing loans will soon be asked to look elsewhere. That’s the word from Cabinet, which [...]

Monkey River gears up for tourists

Since Hurricane Iris ravaged parts of the Stann Creek and Toledo Districts in October, News 5′s teams have headed south on numerous occasions, first to assess the damage and later [...]