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Fuel up again; 50% is tax

Anyone who depends on motorised transport–and eventually that means all of us–took another hit in the wallet today as the price of the latest shipment of petroleum-based fuels rose to [...]

Suspect investigated for second burglary

On yesterday?s newscast, we chronicled the story of Jason Fitzgibbon, a man nabbed by Police and charged for the burglary of the Seventh Day Adventist Mission in King?s Park. Tonight [...]

922: Fen tips, plenty of booty calls

And speaking of 922, today was the day, as promised, that the Crimestoppers hotline for anonymous tips to police was rerouted to Miami. The idea of having the calls answered [...]

Doctors seek help for Spina Bifida

It may be several months away, but in November Friends of Paediatrics will launch a massive one-week awareness campaign to help children suffering from a rare condition called Spina Bifida. [...]

Orange Walk road bypass nears completion

Infrastructure: roads, bridges, airports, electricity, telephones. It?s the bedrock of national development. Today, as the nation?s latest highway project neared completion, News 5′ Patrick Jones explored the issue of how [...]

Segway scooter debuts at resort

You may have seen this strange machine on television but if you?re fortunate enough to visit an exclusive island near San Pedro you can actually see it for real…and maybe [...]