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  • PM Measures Words When Speaking On Saldivar's Use Of US Vessels

    The Prime Minister was on damage control mode today, responding to a number of controversies that have surfaced over the past weeks. Another is the admitted report that coast guard vessels were used to ferry members of sports teams privately owned by the ...
  • What Is The Future OF Yellowman

    But while Castro escaped public chastisement, Macebearer Brian “Yellowman” Audinette was not so lucky. You would recall that Yellowman and UDP Chairman Alberto August led disruptions of the Senate hearing two weeks ago. Yellowman even turned on member...
  • PM Barrow Speaks On Castro's Visas Revocation

    The news that UDP Minister Edmond Castro’s U.S. tourist and diplomatic visas were revoked by the United States Embassy has resulted in political embarrassment for the Barrow Administration. Yesterday Opposition Leader Hon. John Briceno called on Prime M...
  • Belizean Receives International Diana Award

    The International Diana Award is an award issued every year in Honor of the late Princess Diana of Wales to young role models from across the world who live an exemplary life by selflessly transforming the lives of others throughout their community. This ...
  • Rebecca Rath Remains As Miss Belize

    Tonight the Miss Belize Saga continues and it appears that Rebecca Rath is back in as reigning Miss Belize. Viewers may remember that on Friday night, Belize’s National pageant Director Opal Enriquez issued a release cutting short the reign of Rebecca...
  • Ministry Of Defense Supports Use Of Coast Guard Vessel

    This afternoon the Ministry of Defense also responded to the use of Coast Guard vessels by the Belmopan Bandits. The Ministry, which coincidentally is headed by Minister Saldivar, methodically explains why shuttling the Belmopan Bandits Basketball team to...
  • COPS Cleared From Contraband Charge

    In early April the Corozal Police Department suffered a black eye when two of its officers were seen speeding away in a newly donated Police vehicle, with Customs officers in hot pursuit. Customs officials claimed the cops were trafficking contraband item...
  • US Revokes Edmund Castro VISA

    There is major news tonight over actions taken by the United States Government against a Cabinet Minister in the Barrow Administration. Late this evening, we received confirmation on reports that the United States Embassy had revoked the tourist visa held...
  • Corozal Town Resident Found Dead Along The Bay

    The lifeless body of a Corozal resident was discovered this morning floating in the rough waters of Corozal’s Bay, in an area in front of St Francis Xavier Primary School. The individual has been identified as 43 year old Anthony Edwin Pasos, a labou...
  • House Burns On Carmelita Village

    In less than two weeks, three households here in the Orange Walk District have completely burnt down causing the families to lose all personal items. Viewers may recall that on the 20th of May the home of fifty six year old Lyncoln Pratt located in the Ch...
  • CEMJC Celebrating Graduating Class Of 2017

    This past weekend, Centro Escolar Mexico Junior College in San Roman Village in the Corozal District celebrated their 9th commencement exercise with the largest graduating class yet consisting of 129 students. The keynote speaker at this year’s gradu...
  • Corozal Police Officers Accused Of Extortion, Abuse And Threats

    Three members of the Corozal Police Department are facing serious accusations of alleged threats and extortion by a resident of Corozal Town. Elijio Briceno has given CTV-3 News an account of brazen abuse of power by police officers. According to Briceno,...
  • Murder In Orange Walk, Victim Remains Unidentified

    Orange Walk Police are tonight investigating a case of homicide after the badly decomposed body of an unidentified Hispanic male individual was discovered yesterday morning sometime before midday. Official reports indicate that at around 9:00 a.m. a male ...
  • Art Competition Seeks To Promote Recycling And Marine Protection

    Over the weekend, Oceana in Belize held a national annual initiative to raise awareness on the importance of protecting our marine environment. The initiative is known as Hands Across the Sands and involves people turning up to make a human chain as a sym...
  • BAJC Graduate Receives Top Prize In Regional Competition

    Eighteen year old Jo-Elisa Clarke, a recent graduate from the Belize Adventist Junior College, has received the top prize in a regional competition held by the Caribbean Association of National Telecommunications Organization (CANTO) to promote technology...
  • Minister Of Immigration Weighs In On Immigration Scandal

    We also caught up with Lead Government Senator and Minister of Immigration Godwin Hulse and asked him about the violent actions by Yellowman at last week’s Senate hearing. Godwin Hulse, Lead Government Senator/Minister “I know that questio...
  • Chairman Senate Inquiry Explains Postponement Of Hearing

    After building quite a lot of sensational hype, over the appearance of Ministerial visa hustling whistleblower Alvarine Burgess at the Senate Select Committee hearing scheduled for today; and whether UDP Chairman Alberto August, National Assembly Macebear...
  • Father And Son Burglarize Mary Hill R.C. School

    Police have detained a man and his son, a minor, after they were caught leaving the Mary Hill R.C. School compound in San Andres Village in the Corozal District last Wednesday. While you may think maybe they went for a PTA meeting, the duo was actually se...
  • Media Demands Yellow-man Not Be Permitted At Senate Hearing

    Tomorrow’s Senate Select Committee hearing will be closely watched by the public. This is because, firstly as we have announced, the witness is slated to be Alvarine Burgess, the whistleblower who spilled out information about UDP politician Edmond Cast...
  • Principal Accused Of Bullying

    An Orange Walk Primary School Principal is tonight under fire after allegations of bulling are being brought against her. Evangelina Alamilla, the mother of a twelve year old standard four student at the Solomon’s Seven Day Adventist Primary School...