San Joaquin Resident Dies In Traffic Mishap

A resident of San Joaquin and well-known taxi-driver 52 year old Eriberto Tzul passed away in a traf...

Mother Of Two Succumbs To Injuries Sustained During RTA

The family of twenty eight year old Shakira Villanueva is preparing to lay her to rest after she was...

PC Constable Injured In Traffic Collision

A Police Constable attached to the Guinea Grass Sub-station is tonight in a critical condition at th...

New Year...New Fuel Prices

If you visited the gas station over the weekend you might have noticed that there were some changes ...

No Internet Access At High School In The South

On Friday we told you about the Loan Guarantee Motion that sparked feverish debate at the House of R...

  • San Joaquin Resident Dies In Traffic Mishap

    Tuesday, 09 January 2018 02:23
  • Mother Of Two Succumbs To Injuries Sustained During RTA

    Tuesday, 09 January 2018 02:28
  • PC Constable Injured In Traffic Collision

    Tuesday, 09 January 2018 02:30
  • New Year...New Fuel Prices

    Tuesday, 09 January 2018 02:34
  • No Internet Access At High School In The South

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  • Auditor General Speaks On Mismanagement In VISAS And Nationality Section

    In last night’s newscast, we showed you snippets of the Senate Special Select Committee hearing on the Auditor General’s special audit into immigration department. Tonight we continue to air several aspects that caught our attention. Firstly, in...
  • Armed Robbery at Chinese Store in Corozal

    Corozal Police are investigating the armed robbery of a Chinese store in the Santa Rita area of Corozal Town on Tuesday night. Two armed robbers targeted Ban Store located on Mile 85 on the Phillip Goldson highway just before the store closed its shutt...
  • Teachers Wont Cut Their Holiday Short

    Last month we told you that the Ministry of Education had announced its decision to include six additional days to the school calendar in order to make up for the time lost as a result of the eleven days of strike carried out by the Belize National Teache...
  • AG Says GOB Will Take Vega and Pitts To Court

    The Attorney General also provided an update on two of the highly questionable land deals. The first one is the compensation deals for Andre Vega and Sharon Pitts that the Attorney General was looking to overturn and bring to a head with orders that will ...
  • Another Maya Mound Destroyed In OW For Land Fill

    Tonight the archeological Department of Belize is investigating the case of another Mayan Monument being destroyed here in the north. This time though, the ministry of Works is allegedly the one to blame for bulldozing the Mayan Mount located about 1.5 ki...
  • What caused Retreage To Retire From Politics

    So what triggered Retreage’s sudden retreat and the need for PM Barrow to scramble to fix re-appointments in Cabinet? Is the Ministry of Natural Resources haunted by the ghost of Gaspar Vega that no one can hold the Ministry for too long? Reports up ...
  • AG Vanessa Retreage Quits, Triggers 3rd Cabinet Shuffle In 4 Months

    Attorney General Vanessa Retreage will not continue as Attorney General in the Barrow Administration, a post she has held since November 2015. Today Retreage confirmed what up to yesterday were strong rumours - that she had opted out of what was a secure ...
  • Corozal Police Arrest And Charge Bladis's Gonzales Alledge Murderer

    A Corozal man is sitting behind bars tonight at the Central Prison after he was formally arrested and charged for the brutal murder of 30 year-old Bladis Gonzalez who was stabbed to death inside his home in October of this year. 44 year old Robert L...
  • O/W Christmas Tree Goes Up In Flames

    The Orange Walk Town Council together with Orange Walkenos are tonight working tirelessly in an effort of bringing back our Christmas tree after it was destroyed in an unfortunate incident over the weekend. On Saturday night news spread like wild fire t...
  • Unfinished Project At San Lorenzo Road Costs Belizeans Millions Of Dollars

    $2.6 million – that’s how much the Government of Belize spent on the road to the San Lorenzo Housing site. This is a project that has lasted over six years and yet remains finished up to today. At Friday’s House Sitting, Opposition Leader and Orange...
  • More Land Scandal Coming Out At Lands Department

    On Friday’s House Sitting, PUP National Deputy Leader Hon. Cordel Hyde exposed what can only be described as a land grab bonanza by the family of the former Minister of natural resources, the already embattled Gaspar Vega. Hyde brought documents to the ...
  • BDF Lieutenant Receives Silver Medal Award

    Belize Defense Force Lieutenant Anthony Velasquez has received the Silver Medal Award from the Central American Armed Forces Conference (CFAC) on Wednesday November 30th, 2016 during its meeting in El Salvador. This recognition was awarded Velasquez in...
  • Pitts, Vega And GOB To Meet Face To Face In Court

    The 30 days given to Andrea Vega and Sharon Pitts by the Attorney General’s office, to respond to the Government’s order requiring the return of $800,000 which Vega and Pitts obtained as compensation in questionable land deals, has expired. CTV-3 N...
  • Prime Minister's Trip Back To Belize Delayed

    Prime Minister Dean Barrow left the country on Saturday to attend a meeting in New York City to further carry out Superbond negotiations with bond stakeholders.  While the PM was expected to return to the country today following those meetings, a rel...
  • Senate Select Committe Meets And Discusses Recommendations Made By Ministers

    The senate select committee’s much-anticipated hearings on the Auditor General’s special audit report on immigration resumed for second session today at the National Assembly building in Belmopan. Today’s hearing resumed right where the first ...
  • The system of Corozal Railway System

    Students and members of the public gathered at the Corozal Junior College conference room this morning for the second part of the Corozal House of Culture’s lecture series titled “Perspectives of the Past”. Today’s presentation featured well-known...
  • IDB Continues Assisting Caribbean Victims

    Back in the month of August Hurricane Earl made landfall in Belize causing widespread damages across the entire country resulting in hundreds of millions of dollars in losses. Following the aftermath of Earl a number of organizations both locally and inte...
  • Will SIMIS Eliminate Phantom Farmers?

    For the past week we have been reporting on the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association suspension from Fairtrade which came after an audit was conducted by FLOCERT and turned up a major non- compliance in the association. The problem stemmed after Former B...
  • No Christmas Cheers This Year, GOB Admits Economy Is Grim

    The Barrow Administration’s plans for a third Superbond renegotiation has intensified with Prime Minister Dean Barrow returning to New York this week to hold further discussions with bond stakeholders. The Government’s team, led by senior advisor Amba...
  • Caledonia Resident Charged For Rape

    This afternoon, Corozal Police escorted 35 year old Roger Alcoser to the Magistrates Court where he was formally arraigned on charges of rape of a minor and unlawful sexual intercourse. Alcoser, who is a Belizean national from Caledonia Village is accu...