Business Woman Confirms Brutal Assault, Says Its The 6th Time

Back in December 2016, we had reported on the brutal assault and robbery of a businesswoman in Coroz...

Belizeans Caught Fishing Illegally In Guatemalan Waters

Reports coming from Guatemalan media “Guatevision” indicates that two Belizean citizens along with a...

BTB Offers Scholarships For Tourism Programs

The Belize Tourism Board is offering scholarship opportunities to interested applicants for Tourism ...

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    Wednesday, 18 April 2018 03:03
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    Wednesday, 18 April 2018 03:11
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  • New NTUCB Leader Sets The Tone

    The National Trade Union Congress of Belize held elections over the weekend to re-elect a new executive. If you would recall, back in December the Union body held elections and returned Marvin Mora to his position of National President. But because of the...
  • Police Finally Make Move On Victor Cituk's Case

    You might remember aggrieved Corozal resident, Victor Cituk. The 36 year old resident of Corozal Town has been on our newscast twice, accusing the Police Department of unfair treatment. Cituk was severely injured when he was knocked down by the driver of ...
  • Opposition Leader CommitsTto Proper Government Audits

    Opposition Leader Hon. John Briceno has expressed grave concern that the figures presented by Prime Minister Dean Barrow in his forecasts of the upcoming fiscal year are not matching up. Prime Minister Barrow says the economy will grow with a primary surp...
  • Identitiy Of Human Skull found At Dump Site Remains Unknown

    Police investigations are tonight still ongoing in the gruesome discovery of the charred remains of a human skull. The discovery was made over the weekend in the dump site situated at the Chan Pine Ridge road.        &nb...
  • Former PUP Standard Bearer Lobbys For Free Internet For Primary School

    As you heard in the interviews a number of local leaders also had an input in making today’s initiative a reality. These include former area representative for Corozal South West Ramiro Ramirez and elected Village Council members. We spoke to Ramirez an...
  • Will Opposition Participate In Bilateral Discussions In Guatemala?

    At a press conference held on Friday, Foreign Minister Wilfred Sedi Elrington commented on the Opposition’s participation in the bilateral discussions with Guatemala. According to Elrington, the Opposition has been invited to all events and encounters, ...
  • Opposition Leader Comments On Taxes In Belize

    Last week Prime Minister Dean Barrow announced that his Government will be implementing a series of revised tax measures to raise $88 million dollars in the new fiscal year that commences on April 1st. Taxes will be going up on fuel, on the departure fee ...
  • EU Says Goodbye To Sugar Cane

    Belize along with various other countries who belong to the European Union’s preferential market are now bracing for direct competition following the recent EU reform on world sugar prices. In view of the introduction of beet sugar in Europe, Belize wil...
  • Human Skull Found At Dump Site In Orange Walk

    The charred remains of a human skull was discovered here in Orange Walk over the weekend. CTV3 News understands that on Saturday at around 12:25 in the afternoon, police were called out to the garbage dump site located on the Chan Pine Ridge road after...
  • Twenty Five Workers Sacked From Princess Casino Near Free Zone

    Reliable information to CTV-3 news is that about twenty five employees of Princess Casino located at the Santa Elena border have been suddenly let go from their jobs. According to a reliable source, the notice of termination came via abrupt phone calls...
  • Mayor Bernard Weigh In On Budget Presentation

    The Prime Minister’s 2017/2018 $1.18 billion National Budget presented on Monday is giving much to talk about. The plan for the Barrow administration is to raise close to $80 million dollars in revenue from increased taxes which will then be used to plu...
  • Opposition Leader Speaks On Upcoming Debate

    The Barrow Administration’s 2017-2018 draft Budget presented on Monday of this week will go under heavy scrutiny by the Opposition People’s United Party on Thursday March 23rd and Friday March 24th when the House meets once more for its annual budget ...
  • PUP Leader Dialogues With Students Of Belize Adventist College

    There were listening ears and curious minds at the Belize Adventist Junior College in Calcutta Village, Corozal District this morning, as the Leader of the Opposition Hon. John Briceno paid a special visit to address the students of the institution. ...
  • US Marshall Offer Reward For Detainment Of RJ Believe To Be In Belize

    The United States Marshals are offering a reward of five thousand dollars for any information that might assist them in locating and detaining Raymond “RJ” McLeod who is considered a person of interest in the death of his girlfriend, Krystal Mitchell....
  • Fishermen Slapped With Stiff Fines For Under Size Conchs

    Four Fishermen from the north were today fined almost $10,000 in court after they were found in possession of a large number of undersized conchs. The men, namely 26 year old Wilson Hernandez and 24 year old Aldo Hernandez both of Sarteneja Village,...
  • Ghost Passport In The System

    The second witness at today’s Senate hearing had even more criticism of the passport system utilised by the Immigration Department. Francisco Gonzalez, who shared his expertise with the Auditor General’s audit team shared some of his concerns about th...
  • Senate Inquiry Exposes Weaknesses In Passport System

    The Senate Select Committee held its fourteenth hearing session today in which it took a deep look at the technical aspects of our passport system. Rodolfo Bol, the Information Technology manager at the Department of Immigration since August 2012, managed...
  • Belize Represented In Cuba

    Belize’s Ambassador to Cuba, Her Excellency Annie Lou Burns and Belize’s Ambassador to CARICOM, His Excellency Daniel Gutierrez, travelled to Havana Cuba last week to attend the 22nd Session of the Ordinary Meeting of the Ministerial Council. The meet...
  • Newly Formed Group Gives Back To The Community

    On Friday’s newscast we told you about the newly formed Charity group in the Carmelita Village under the name ‘The Carmelita Sporting Club: Willingness is our priority’ and their mission to provide a helping hand to the residents of their community....
  • What Does PM Think About Revelations Made During Senate Hearings?

    And while the topic of the Senate inquiry came up, so did the names of well-known UDP agents Eric Chang and Patrick Tillett who testified last week about their roles in immigration scandals including the Kim Won Hong fiasco and the visas stolen from the W...