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  • Three Injured In Traffic Accident, One Victim Goes Into Coma

    Three men were injured in a head-on collision that occurred on Monday night at mile 79 on the Phillip Goldson Highway. We were at the scene shortly after the incident took place. We advise viewers that some of the images may be graphic for children. ...
  • Where Is Fourteen Year Old Jennifer Cowo?

    Tonight police officers attached to the Orange Walk Police Formation is asking for your assistance in locating a fourteen year old girl who went missing yesterday morning. According to reports, Gloria Hernandez, a resident of West San Martin Street locate...
  • Libertad Residents Up In Arms, Due To Unreliable Potable Water

    Residents of Libertad Village are up in arms over the lack of reliable access to potable water in the community. They complain that the water shuts off in the morning and doesn’t return until late afternoon. Today they called our news reporter out to...
  • BTV Calls On Government To Distract Disbursement Of One Million Dollars To Teachers

    Also speaking against GOB’ honorarium to teachers who did not strike is the Belize Territorial Volunteers who shared their discontent via a press release issued earlier this evening. The release states that despite the fact that the 2017 budget was u...
  • Tourism Continues To Bloom In Belize

    The Belize Tourism Board today released the first quarter statistics for the months of January through March of this year 2017 and is reporting an increase in overnight, cruise and airport visitors when compared to the same period last year which had seen...
  • Allege Land Grab In Corozal

    A cane farmer from the community of Estrella, located 2 miles south of Libertad Village in the Corozal District, is appealing for fairness and justice after his leasehold land on which he has been planting and harvesting sugarcane for decades, seems to ha...
  • Father-in-law Chops Son-in-law

    A domestic dispute involving an alleged abuse victim and an avenging father in Corozal landed a man in a critical state in the hospital on Friday night. Thirty eight year old Gabriel Zelaya was rushed to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital over the week...
  • Contraband COPS On The Loose

    The Belize Police Department is tonight once again at the center of controversy, this time its two officers attached to the Corozal Police Formation who are being accused of wrongdoings.  Police Corporal Abner Marroquin and Police Constable Elston Ro...
  • Six Year Old Dies In Traffic Accident

    A road traffic accident that occurred over the weekend here in the Orange Walk District has left one minor dead and four others injured. Sometime after midday on Saturday six year old Johan Thiesen, a resident of the Ship Yard Mennonite Community was trav...
  • Mr. Belize Gives talk To Track And Field Participants

    Nearly 150 athletes representing eight high schools from the Corozal and Orange Walk Districts gathered at the Corozal Community College this morning for the 2017 Track and Field Regionals. The event is hosted by Escuela Secundaria Tecnica Mexico. We foun...
  • New CEO For The Corozal Free Zone

    And while we’re on the topic of the Free Zone, we can report today that a new Chief Executive Officer has taken up his duties. Best information is that the new CEO is Valentino Blanco who was previously employed at the Department of Environment. We don...
  • Corozal Free Zone Increases Entrance Fee

    On March 13th, the Prime Minister announced that the social fee charged by the Free Zone Administration at the Commercial Free Zone at the Santa Elena Border in Corozal District would be going up as part of the new measures to generate over $88 million in...
  • CWU Condemns MOE Move To Reward Teachers Who Remained Strike Free

    On Monday, Minister of Education Patrick Faber confirmed that a million dollars has been set aside by GOB as compensation for teachers who showed up to work during the BNTU industrial action last October. That announcement however, didn’t sit well with ...
  • CWU Condemns MOE Move To Reward Teachers Who Remained Strike Free

    On Monday, Minister of Education Patrick Faber confirmed that a million dollars has been set aside by GOB as compensation for teachers who showed up to work during the BNTU industrial action last October. That announcement however, didn’t sit well with ...
  • Belize Leads Sugar Production Figures In The Caribbean

    Come October 2017 Countries who belong to the European Union’s preferential market will be bracing for direct competition following the recent EU reform on world sugar prices and as a direct result the importation to the EU from countries like Belize, w...
  • Two Men Remanded For The Murder Of Mojica

    This morning forty year old Saul Reyes and forty seven year old Juan Orellana appeared at the Orange Walk Magistrates Court where they were arraigned for the murder of twenty one year old Adiel Mojica. No pleas were taken from them today reason being that...
  • Police Vehicle Caught Red-Handed Engage In Contraband

    This has been a terribly bad publicity week for the Belize Police Department. One which started with videos posted on social media of two Police officers brutalizing a female in San Pedro and then firing their weapons wildly to keep at bay residents who t...
  • Cops Involved In San Pedro Shooting Placed In Interdiction

    Over the weekend social media was in turmoil following the release of an amateur video taken in San Pedro which shows local authorities manhandling a handcuffed woman, pinning her down and then hitting her several times. The event transpired in the wee ho...
  • PUP Says One Million Rewards To Teachers Spell Supplementary Allocation

    The fact that GOB wants to reward teachers who did not take part in the October 2016 and January 2017 strike has given much to talk about over social media. Given the crisis the economy is currently facing Belizeans are already chastising government for i...
  • BNTU Call GOB For Union Busting

    Back in February, the Belize National Teacher’s Union claimed a small victory following mediation sessions with the Ministry of Education over the Ministry’s proposed salary cuts for teachers who participated in the Union’s strike action in October ...