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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  • Rural Schools Top The Lists of Overall Performances in P.S.E

    On Monday night’s newscast we featured one of the schools in the Orange Walk District that made it on the list of top ten overall performers in the P.S.E.s at a district level. For Saint Peter Anglican School the excitement was enhanced because apart fr...
  • Attorney Says BSCFA's Proposal Will Benefit B.S.I Workers

    Last night we showed you the first segment of an interview with Arthur Saldivar who touched on almost everything affecting Belize’s Sugar Industry today. Last night Saldivar revealed some very important information on the Trust which was confusing to me...
  • Anselmi Trimino Remanded To Prison

    26 year old Anselmi Triminio also appeared in Court today to answer to the charge of theft. The incident occurred yesterday at around 9:00 in the morning when Iralia Keme, a 68 year old domestic from Trinidad Village told Police that she was walking on Be...
  • Case Against Israel Garcia Adjourned

    This morning Israel Garcia, a resident of Guinea Grass, reappeared in Court for an adjournment on his case. Garcia is being accused of burglarizing the residence of Adib Cima between the 26th and 27th of July 2011. Stolen from the premises were a school b...
  • Mennonite Charged $700 For Stealing Tools

    And in news from the Orange Walk Magistrate’s Court, a Mennonite from Shipyard was fined $700 after he stole welding tools from inside a vehicle. The incident occurred on the 13th of September when Franz Petkau parked his truck in front of a bar in the ...
  • Father of the Nation Undergoes Surgery

    At the top of the news tonight is a report that Father of the Nation George Price is listed in critical condition at the Universal Healthcare Partners medical facility in Belize City. CTV-3 understands that Price was at his Pickstock Street home this morn...
  • Carlos Carilllo and Cuenta Conmigo

    Carlos Perrote was born in Cuba and has now made Belize his home. He has been in the music for over 32 years, and his skills include the paino and percussion. In 2009 Perrote released “Omolewa Osain” a work he dedicated to his friend and colleague And...
  • BMHS Elects Its Student Government Association

    The election campaign for Student Government Association at Bishop Martin High School kicked off last week with the nomination of two teams. Team one called itself JUICEF - Juveniles United in Creating Education Fun. Team two called itself HYPEST- Helping...
  • Preliminary Inquiry for Henry Mortins Gets Underway

    On November 12th 2010 Abram Derkens, a six year old student of Tres Leguas in Blue Creek, was walking home for lunch when he was knocked down by Henry Mortins. At the time of the incident Mortins was driving an unlicensed maroon Max motorcycle. To make ma...
  • Taking A Look At the B.S.I Trust

    BSI has until September 30th to pay off its debt to ING. What is holding the payment back is the fact that the workers who are the major share holders of the company have not decided who they will sell their shares to or even if they will sell. Presently ...
  • Stolen 25 Foot Fiberglass Skiff Recuperated

    On the 18th of August Atonio Novelo gave CTV-3 News an interview on his stolen 25 foot fiberglass skiff. Novelo told us that the last time he had seen the boat was on Tuesday afternoon as it was anchored by the Slaughter House area. Now it is not freq...
  • Bail Denied For Police Officers Accused of Abetment to Commit Robbery

    This morning the Corozal Magistrate’s Court and surrounding grounds were packed with spectators waiting for the arrival of Police Officers Elston Rojas and Rudolf Azueta, accused of purposely aiding and facilitating Emerson Skyars to commit a robbery. ...
  • Jorge Ruano Composes A Book Of Poems

    Most people would probably tell you that chivalry and good old fashioned romance are things from a long lost era…writing love poems is certainly not a common practice, since it has been replaced by expensive gifts or posts on Facebook. But with that sa...
  • U.D .P Holds Endorsement Convention

    On September 10th the United Democratic Party held a poorly attended gathering in front of Town Hall, followed by a poorly attended parade with UDP politicians and aspiring politicians festooned in bright red followed by a few cronies. From there it was o...
  • BHOC Holds Herbal Heritage Exhibit

    Herbal treatment or herbalism is the use of plants and plant extracts for their medicinal and therapeutic value. Herbal treatments have been in our culture for many years as their use has been a practice by our ancestors who vouch for their effectiveness....
  • Saint Peters Anglican School 8th on the Top List of Overall P.S.E Performers At A District Level

    When the results of the 2011 Primary School Examination were released by the Ministry of Education we highlighted the students from the Orange Walk and Corozal Districts who were top performers at the national and district level. But what about those rura...
  • B.T.L Tower Comes Crashing Down In Trinidad Village

    A BTL tower came crashing down to the ground over the weekend. The approximately 60 foot tower was grounded at the Iglesia de Dios Santisima Trinidad property for as long as residents can remember. The tower was used for the public phones, but due to upgr...
  • Two Police Officers and One Civilian Accused of Robbing $70,000 At The Free Zone

    Two Police Officers, one attached to the Corozal Police Station and the other to San Pedro, along with a man from the village of Carmelita in the Orange Walk District are tonight behind bars after being accused of the robbery of BZ$70,000. Today Polic...
  • Denny Who? Says Party Leader

    Since the PUP Leader was kind enough to take the time out of his busy schedule to give us an interview today, we decided to pass on some political gossip to him. Our news team broke the news that the UDP, after months of searching and begging and wheeling...
  • Primary Schools Celebrate International Literacy Day

    In November of 1965 the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) declared September 8th as International Literacy Day. The main objective is to highlight the importance of literacy to individuals and societies. The latest ...