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Suspect arrested in Bermudian Landing double murder

He was acquitted less than two months ago of the 2005 slaying of Mara Noemi Garcia in Lord’s Bank … and now eighteen year old John Chessman, a resident of [...]

Rivers rising in North as villagers prepare for flood

Relief efforts gained momentum today in areas affected by Tropical Storm Arthur. Having traveled south yesterday, today News Five’s Ann-Marie Williams, accompanied by cameraman Chris Mangar, journeyed north. While the [...]

Gales Point and Mullins River dig out from mud

Marleni Cuellar Here in studios, we have Kendra Griffith who is just off the boat from her trip down south to Gales Point and Mullins River who is going to [...]

Scotiabank, P.U.P. donate cash to relief efforts

While government and private relief agencies work to repair damaged lives and infrastructure, the money to make that rebuilding possible has to come from somewhere. On Tuesday Scotiabank announced a [...]

Weather radar won’t operate until September

There will naturally be plenty of second guessing regarding what the Meteorological Service could or couldn’t have done to better prepare people for the floodwaters spawned by Tropical Storm Arthur. [...]

B.E.L. outages punish Belize District

Belize Electricity Limited continues to have major problems satisfying the nation’s need for dependable power. The latest fiasco resulted in a blackout that had part of the Belize City north [...]

Merchants ignore minister’s price controls

There is a saying usually attributed to U.S. president Theodore Roosevelt which says something to the effect of “speak softly, but carry a big stick.” We are dismayed to report [...]