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Double murder in Bermudian Landing said to be drug related

When the village of Bermudian Landing is mentioned on this newscast it is usually in connection with cricket, a sport which thrives in the green pastures of the Belize River [...]

Woman stabbed by three other gals

Police are looking for three women following an attack they believe stemmed from an old beef. The incident ended in a stabbing that has left a fourth woman in critical [...]

Belize Farm Center payroll jacked by gunman

The Belize Farm Centre on North Front Street in Belize City was the target of an armed hold-up around eleven this morning. While the lone gunman didn’t hurt anyone, he [...]

Rice scarce as farmers hold out for higher prices

A trip to many of Belize City’s most popular supermarkets has confirmed what shoppers have been saying for several days. No rice no deh. The problem apparently lies in that [...]

Plane crash in Honduras leaves five dead

In regional news, a TACA Airbus 320 carrying one hundred and twenty four passengers and crew slid off the runway at Toncontin International Airport in Tegucigalpa Honduras around eight thirty [...]

Accident on Hummingbird Hwy. may be fatal

Reports just in from the Stann Creek district indicate that an accident on the Hummingbird Highway may have resulted in a fatality. Reports reaching News Five indicate that a towhead [...]

Police receive 12 bikes for new initiative

Belize City police will no longer work their beats solely on foot as they’ve stepped up their patrols to include two wheels. It’s all part of a new initiative called [...]

Early rains may slow downtown street project

The dry season came to an apparent end this week and a tropical depression which promises to dump some four inches of water overnight on the old capital will have [...]

Briceño says the P.U.P. can and will come back

On last night’s newscast leader of the Opposition John Briceño offered his reaction to Prime Minister Dean Barrow’s first hundred days in office. Tonight the conversation turns to Briceño’s own [...]

Manatee population healthy but future not assured

Belize has long been regarded as home to the region’s largest population of those curious creatures known as manatees. And while many scientists have documented that prolific presence, the public [...]

Wall down, boardwalk restored. Is controversy over?

When we last left the battle between the Fort Street Tourism Village and Brown Sugar Marketplace, F.S.T.V. had ten days to rebuild the boardwalk that they had broken or face [...]

New recruits, new commander for B.D.F.

Today was a big day for the nation’s military as a new Minister of National Security welcomed new recruits and their new boss. News Five’s Kendra Griffith reports from Price [...]