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  • MOH Monitoring Closely The Epidemic Of Conjunctivitis In The Country

    So just how serious is the outbreak of infectious conjunctivitis in our country at this time? The Ministry of Health is currently engaged in a nationwide campaign monitoring the situation. Head of the Epidemiology Unit in the Ministry of Health, Dr Ethan ...
  • Ambassador Of Belgium Presents Credentials To GG

    His Excellency Antoine Evrard, Ambassador of Belgium, presented his Letter of Credence today to the Governor General of Belize H.E. Sir Colville Young at the Belize House in the City of Belmopan.   Ambassador Evrard expressed his pleasure in being in...
  • Chunox Fishermen Charged for Undrsized Lobster

    On Saturday September 16th thirteen fishermen from the village of Chunox in the Corozal District were caught by a team of officers from the fisheries department in possession of over one hundred undersized lobsters. The officers were conducting patrol aro...
  • BPP & PUP Chastise GOB For Inaction At Sarstoon

    The main Opposition, People’s United Party, also released a statement on the issue, stating its [quote] “strongest condemnation of the actions of the Guatemalan Armed Forces and the inaction of the Government following the blatant harassment of Belize...
  • GAF Harasses Participants Of Sarstoon Eco-Challenge

    The second annual Sarstoon Island Eco Challenge took place on Saturday September 16th. This is a canoe race which sees paddlers leave from Barranco towards the Sarstoon Island. The winner is the one who circles the Sarstoon Island first, along the Belize ...
  • Corozal Police Seeks Advice From DPP On charges For Fatal Traffic Accident

    Corozal Police authorities have indicated to CTV-3 News that they are awaiting on legal guidance from the office of the Director of Public Prosecution to know whether they will proceed with charges against 41 year old Francis Sharp in relation to the traf...
  • Gun License Fees To Be Increase

    In an effort to minimize the number of illegal firearm and ammunition currently on the streets of our country, the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Belize Police Department today issued an advisory to all gun dealers and holders informing them of new fees...
  • Speical Treatment Offered To Guatemalan, No Need To Apply For Extension

    One other interesting matter that came up in Wednesday’s hearing is an anomaly between what is policy and what is practice when it comes to Guatemalan tourists in Belize. Under the SICA framework, movement through Central America is allowed which means ...
  • Are Senate Hearing Costing Belizeans?

    A cloud of uncertainty looms over the future of Senate Select Committee hearings following an August 3rd letter from Prime Minister Dean Barrow to the Clerk of the National Assembly Eddie Webster that no more funding would be provided to the Committee hea...
  • Petro Caribe Will No Longer Roll It

    The Party is over and we’re not talking about anything related to the September celebrations. The PetroCaribe party and it’s sourcing of cheap oil and easy money for the Barrow Administration is over. Today Alba Petrocaribe Belize Energy Limited (APBE...
  • BNTU Orange Walk Branch Award Members Of The Community And Elects New President

    The Belize national Teachers Union has been in existence for the past 47 years and is one of the largest unions currently in our country. The union was formed with the objective of looking out for the rights and benefits of teachers in our country. Eve...
  • Honorary Council Re-Opens In Chetumal Quintana Roo

    In December 2016, Jorge Valencia’s term as Belize’s Honorary Consul to Chetumal came to an abrupt end. His responsibilities included helping tourists with visa application to Belize and assisting Belizeans who travel across the border with tourism and...
  • Homemade Bomb Found In Corozal Town

    Corozal Town is making major news tonight after what seems to be an improvised explosive device was found in a yet to be disclosed area of the town on Saturday evening. Police authorities have disclosed very little, except for giving confirmation that ...
  • Guatemala Congress Voted To Keep Jimmy Morales Immunity

    The Guatemalan congress has voted against the lifting of President Jimmy Morales’ immunity from prosecution, blockings further legal action against the President as a result of allegations by the International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala, w...
  • BNTU Threatens PM With Strike Action If Senate Select Committee Is Sabotage

    The Belize National Teacher’s Union has reacted to the Prime Minister’s notice letter to the Clerk of the National Assembly, Eddie Webster, which informs that his Government will no longer provide any more financial support to the work of the Committe...
  • Two Women And One Minor Injured In Traffic Accident

    Three persons including an 8 year old boy were seriously injured following an accident on Saturday evening in Corozal Town. The accident happened on San Andres Road, right at this junction that leads to the Baeza Layout area between a motorcycle and a ...
  • Dr. Jane Usher Celebrates 100th Birthday

    Today Belizean icon, Dr. Jane Ellen Usher who is also recognized as the longest running Chief Executive Officer in the country of Belize is celebrating her 100th birthday and today we look back at a few of her many contributions to our jewel over the past...
  • Category 5 Hurricane Irma Barrels Through Leeward Island

    We’re barely four months into the 2017 hurricane Atlantic season but this morning the 10th storm was named Jose and we could be witnessing the naming of the 11th if a tropical depression in the Gulf of Mexico strengthens before making landfall. But t...
  • Guatemala's Congress To Decide Whether President's Impunity Will Be Revoke

    Since last week we have been reporting about the political crisis faced by Guatemala in relation to the investigations being carried out against President Jimmy Morales who is being investigated for allegations of illegal campaign finances amounting to ap...
  • Corozaleno Residents To Reappear In Court For Drug Trafficking Offenses

    Corozal residents, thirty one year old Jose Garcia and thirty year old Bryan Hernandez, today reappeared in the Orange Walk Magistrates court for charges of drug trafficking after they were caught with more than twenty pounds of weed back in July of this ...