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Fugitive returned to U.S. ? tipsters vie for Oprah’s reward

At this hour fifty year old Niles Scott, the U.S. fugitive apprehended this week, is safely behind bars, in either Texas or Ohio. But here in Belize the drama is [...]

P.S.U. calls for “work to rule”

Monday is a public holiday, but when business resumes on Tuesday government employees belonging to the Public Service Union will be instituting a “work to rule” industrial action. This means [...]

Prosser must pay G.O.B. legal fees for “frivolous motion”

In related news, the Belize Government has won a minor victory in its continuing legal battle with Jeffrey Prosser in the U.S. courts. It seems that in a preliminary attempt [...]

Top officials head to security meeting in Miami

Government has made up its mind over who will meet with U.S. Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and his Central American counterparts next week in Miami. The delegation will be led [...]

Cop accused of rape by female officer

A police officer has been charged with rape following a report by the alleged victim, who happens to be a female cop. The twenty-nine year old woman claims Sergeant Leslie [...]

Disorderly bus rider shot by police

An unruly passenger who would not get off a bus was shot in the leg by police on Wednesday. Police say the driver asked an officer at the Burrell Boom [...]

Taiwan/Belize relations closer than ever

On Monday the Republic of China on Taiwan will celebrate its ninety-fourth birthday. To mark that milestone News Five’s Stewart Krohn sat down with Ambassador Charles Tsai to find out [...]

Border communities celebrate common bonds

For many of us, the Belize-Guatemala talks under the auspices of the Organization of American States are a rather abstract concept, but today, some very concrete and visible strides were [...]

Notice to viewers

Viewers are informed that due to a public and bank holiday on Monday, there will be no newscast. The next broadcast will be on Tuesday, October 11th.