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Price of flour skyrockets, bread stable for now

There is no shortage of news tonight, including a major political showdown, but we’ll lead with a late evening announcement from the government declaring a major jump in the price [...]

New P.U.P. executive sworn in at special convention

It was the first political party since Independence to win two consecutive terms. But in the wake of its crushing defeat on February seventh, the Peoples’ United Party, buffeted by [...]

Teen accused in copper theft shot by police

The theft of copper wire and fittings have become a highly profitable business for criminals but tonight a teenager is hospitalized following a shootout between police and suspected thieves in [...]

Four men injured in separate weekend shootings

The weekend’s second shooting was a ride-by on one of the old capital’s busiest streets. According to police, twenty-six year old Maurice Slusher, his brother John and fifteen year old [...]

O.W. fugitive caught, charged with Kidnapping

He’s been on the run for two months but tonight an Orange Walk man wanted for kidnapping is behind bars. According to Orange Walk police, on Sunday officers on patrol [...]

Student accuses older man of carnal knowledge

Yet another Belizean man has been accused of a sexual offence involving a minor. In the latest report, a fourteen year old student has told authorities that twice in February, [...]

Traffic accident leaves Cayo motorcyclist critical

A man narrowly escaped death when a Toyota pick-up truck collided head on into his motorcycle on Saturday afternoon in San Ignacio. The mishap occurred around two on Joseph Andrews [...]

Police quarterly report claims serious crime is down

Police have published statistics for the first quarter of the year and, if the figures are to be believed, serious crimes have decreased drastically over the last year. In a [...]

Audubon, Works Minister clash over Crooked Tree road

His nickname is “Clear the Land” but tonight Edmond Castro is being accused of clearing land without proper permission. Since taking office as Minister of State in the Ministry of [...]

Brown Sugar files for contempt in wall case

Today attorney for Brown Sugar Marketplace, Fred Lumor, began the first step of a civil suit against the Fort Street Tourism Village for what they allege is contempt of court. [...]

Hankook Verdes win B.P.F.L. Championship Series

Good evening I’m James Adderley and it is with great pleasure we bring you this serving of Sports Monday. We’re inside the Norman Broaster where yesterday the B.P.F.L. championship series [...]

News Five seeks Reporter

A vacancy exists for a reporter to join the staff of one of the region’s most highly honoured television news organisations. Applicants should possess the following qualifications: – Associate’s or [...]