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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  • OWTC Project Almost Complete

    The infrastructural works being carried out by the Orange Walk Town Council as part of the restructuring of ten heavily trafficked streets throughout the town is coming to its final stages. Two very crucial roads, namely Orchid Drive and Bethias Lane rece...
  • Police Constable, Edward Vargas Recognized As Police Of The Month

    Every month police departments throughout the jewel take the time out to express appreciation and gratitude for officers who stand out among others in the department as they constantly display responsibility and commitment to their community fighting agai...
  • Another Drug Buss In Orange Walk

    As a result of the good relationship shared between the Orange Walk police and members of the community, today authorities were able to remove a total of 286.8 grams of suspected cannabis from the streets of town. According to reports, around 7:30 this...
  • Referendum Voting Threshold To Be Reduced

    Following the amendment of the Referendum act in cabinet next week, the Senate is expected to meet, where the ratification of the 2008 ICJ Special Agreement, which will allow both countries to proceed independently of each other to hold a referendum on wh...
  • Referendum Act To Be Amended To A Simple Majority

    There has been much talk about taking the long standing territorial dispute between Belize and Guatemala to the International Court of Justice for final resolution, but for the case to be taken to the ICJ both countries must first hold a national referend...
  • Belize's Credit Rating Plunge Further Into Junk Zone

    It was just eight  days ago that we told reported on Standard and Poors’ lowering of Belize’s long-term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings from B minus to CCC plus. We all know that anything graded that falls from B to C is bad n...
  • MOH Looks To Upgrade Pharmaceutical Standards

    Last week a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Labour, Local Government and Rural Development aimed at improving and monitoring peddling activities in Belize as well as the further monitoring of busin...
  • Another Hurricane Formed

    With only eight days remaining until the official closing of the 2016 hurricane season, tonight we can report that another hurricane has formed this time in the south-western Caribbean marking it the seventh one for this season. Though it had been classif...
  • Union Farmers Called To Urgent Meeting

    A few years ago, the small onion industry in Belize appeared chaotic and counter-productive when close to $1.5 million worth of locally-produced onions were left to rot on fields as the imported vegetable from Holland swarmed the market. The Belize Market...
  • Mexican Buen Fin Huge Success Thanks To Belizeans

    Yesterday we showed you the massive traffic jam at the Northern Boarder over the weekend after more than 12 thousand Belizeans flocked to neighboring Chetumal to take advantage of rock- bottom prices being offered during what is known as is BUEN FIN – ...
  • More Contraband Beers Confiscated By Customs

    A few weeks ago the Customs department made a huge bust in the village of San Pablo here in Orange Walk when they confiscated a total of one hundred and twenty cases of contraband beers valuing at over four thousand dollars.   Last night Custom Officer...
  • Speaker Of The House And Julius Espat Meets Face To Face In court

    On October 31st Cayo South Area Representative Hon. Julius Espat took the Speaker of the House Hon. Michael Peyrefitte to Court following the August 26th commotion inside the National Assembly which saw Hon. Espat dragged out of the chambers by the Police...
  • Millions Of Dollars Spent Across The Border Over The Weekend

    If we didn’t know any better, the images of long lines of vehicles heading to the northern border could appear like some kind of mass exile from Belize. But there was no human repatriation going on; what there was is BUEN FIN – an entire weekend when ...
  • House Burnt Down In Libertad Village

    There is a strange case of suspected arson in Libertad Village to report tonight. On Sunday evening, a small thatch house measuring about 8 feet by 10 feet in size, went ablaze and was completely destroyed. The house belonged to Cirilo Gomez, a seenage...
  • BNTU Not In Agreement With Additional School Days

    While the salaries of teachers who participated in the eleven day strike will not be docked in the end of November, following the Chief Justice’s decision in favor of BNTU which forced the Ministry of Education to wait until the case is fully heard for ...
  • Opposition Leader Asks PM To Intervene In Salary Deduction Scenario

    As you heard, the Ministry of Education has to wait until the case is fully heard for salaries to be deducted, that is if the ruling is in their favor. While that will be one case that the nation will be monitoring, the Leader of the Opposition, Honorable...
  • Victory For BNTU, Judge Rules In Their Favor

    Representatives of the Belize National Teachers’ Union and the Ministry of Education were back in court this afternoon where Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin handed down his decision to accept the application for an injunction made by the BNTU, which mean...
  • BDF Volunteer Charged For Causing Fatal Traffic Accident

    BDF Volunteer, 24 year old Norman Slusher, of San Roman Village has been slapped with five charges after he knocked down and killed a resident of San Narciso Village on Saturday night. Reports are that Slusher was driving this Nissan Sentra with Orange...
  • Businesses Come Together To Assist BNTU Orange Walk

    While it will be decided tomorrow if the teachers who participated in the 11 day strike back in October, will be paid at the end of November, residents of Orange Walk are still currently raising funds to assist BNTU Orange Walk with expenses incurred duri...
  • BNTU Injunction Case Against Government Goes To Court Tomorrow

    In an effort to halt the Ministry of Education’s plan to dock the salaries of those teachers who took part in their 11 day strike in October, the BNTU applied for an injunction on the Ministry of Education in the Supreme Court. That injunction will...