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Government reveals its blueprint to combat spiraling cost of living

Government this morning presented its plan to combat the rising costs in basic food items which are hitting Belizeans where it hurts the most … in the pockets. But as [...]

City resident evicted from land, house dismantled

Since Monday night through to this morning, the dwelling of George Betson at mile two on the Northern Highway was dismantled at the instructions of Supreme Court Marshals and the [...]

Chester Williams turns up information on his accusers

Senior Superintendent Chester Williams is back in the news tonight. Williams, who is off the beat until the merits of his transfer and suspension are resolved, has turned up vital [...]

Two walk free of murder charge for lack of witnesses’ testimony

Two men walked away from the Supreme Court free men this morning when a chief witness in the case claimed amnesia and two others disclaimed they knew anything of the [...]

Police officer behind bars for Carnal Knowledge

Tonight a police officer is behind bars at the Hattieville Prison, charged with Carnal Knowledge. Magistrate Sharon Frazer denied Constable Horace Portillo bail after the prosecution objected on the grounds [...]

Police seeking family of dead accident victim

And in other news from the police, authorities say they need help in locating the family of a Honduran man who died shortly after he was admitted to the San [...]

Project Belize kicks off at Anglican schools in the city

At this time of year, schools are closed and children are enjoying their well deserved summer holidays. But this week, those between ages ten and fourteen at four Belize City [...]

Gann’s Rest House gets much needed assistance

The homeless situation in Belize has always been a cause for concern. But with the ongoing facelift to revitalise downtown Belize City, addressing that sensitive challenge has a priority. Today, [...]

Revellers prepare for Carnival Season 2008

This afternoon at the House of Culture, the Belize Carnival Association officially unveiled its logo and launched the 2008 carnival season. And while all the bands and revellers are looking [...]

Arthur victims rebuild, fear floods of coming tropical wave

The floods of Tropical Storm Arthur caught residents of southern Belize unprepared. Residents say they have never seen the waters rise so high and today News Five’s Ann-Marie Williams and [...]