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2008’s first murder may be drug related

After three weeks of peace in the streets, tonight homicide detectives are working on the first murder of the year. And as News Five’s Marion Ali reports, the motive behind [...]

Seine Bight man charged with molesting 2 year old

And while killing in the streets picked up right where it left off, crimes against the country’s children continues unabated. Police reports out of Seine Bight are that a twenty [...]

Babysitter and boyfriend guilty of Carnal Knowledge

Parchue will stand trial for the offence but on Monday a jury found two other people accused of child molesting guilty as charged. After deliberating for two hours, a nine-member [...]

Traffic accident leaves 1 dead, 5 injured

Details remain sketchy but reports are that around four this evening a head on collision on the Southern highway has left one person dead and five others injured. Witnesses tell [...]

Accused killers set free by D.P.P.

Two men accused of murder were free to leave the court today after the Director of Prosecutions withdrew the charges against them. In the first case, eighteen year old Kenroy [...]

Bakers Association: bread prices will go up soon

Following their first meeting of the year, tonight the Bakers Association of Belize is advising consumers that dramatic price hikes in flour could mean a rise in the cost of [...]

P.U.P., U.D.P., and Independents face off in Cayo Central

As part of our general elections coverage for 2008, News Five will be touring the country introducing candidates to the electorate. Tonight correspondent Ann-Marie Williams takes us to the Cayo [...]

Five Belizeans graduate from British University

Five more Belizean students have graduated from Anglia Ruskin University in the United Kingdom. Christopher McGann, Elmer Murray, Sergio Acosta, Caryn Ann and Leni Ysaguirre successfully completed their studies in [...]

Rotary raffles new wheels for “Gift of Life”

Over the last decade the Rotary Gift of Life has helped over three hundred Belizean children receive life saving cardiac care. To assist those patients and countless others with heart [...]

Dangriga school finally has enough space

At the start of every school year, a common complaint among administrators is a lack of space. But this week, one institution took time out to say “thank you” to [...]