Taiwanese National Injured During Traffic Mishap

A Taiwanese national who resides here in Orange Walk Town is lucky to be alive tonight after he was ...

The Wanted Fugitive, Dr. Errol Elrington Still At Large

In December we told you about an extradition request made by United States authorities for Attorney ...

Prime Minister On Medical Check Up Leave

Prime Minister Dean Barrow departed the country today for a follow-up medical consultative appointme...

Why Did Guatemala Trio Military Walked Through Benque Border

A short video recording showing Guatemalan military officials walking through the Belizean border fa...

GOB Mums About Guatemalan Authorities Entering Belizean Territory

“We are following up”…that’s the only response so far on the matter from an official of the Ministry...

  • Taiwanese National Injured During Traffic Mishap

    Wednesday, 17 January 2018 02:26
  • The Wanted Fugitive, Dr. Errol Elrington Still At Large

    Wednesday, 17 January 2018 02:29
  • Prime Minister On Medical Check Up Leave

    Wednesday, 17 January 2018 02:33
  • Why Did Guatemala Trio Military Walked Through Benque Border

    Friday, 19 January 2018 02:40
  • GOB Mums About Guatemalan Authorities Entering Belizean Territory

    Friday, 19 January 2018 02:46

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  • BHOF Presents Herbal Exhibit

    Have you ever heard of an Herbal Exhibition? Well, the Banquitas House of Culture will be holding the first of its kind here in Orange Walk Town starting from September 2nd to the 16th. On display will be herbal medicines that can be found in one’s back...
  • Muffles College Students Perform Excellent in CSEC Exams

    Established in 1972, the Caribbean Examinations Council provides the CSEC exams every year to secondary school students of over 16 countries within the Caribbean. The main purpose of the examinations is to test the skills of the students as they are expec...
  • Belize’s National Football Team Travels to Grenada

    The Football Federation of Belize and the Ministry of Sports have arrived at an understanding as the Belize National Team prepares for an upcoming match this Friday. The Belize National “A” selection will be travelling to Grenada tomorrow for the seco...
  • Public Consultation on 9th Amendment Bill Comes to Orange Walk

    Tomorrow night promises to be a memorable one as the public consultation on Government’s proposed 9th Amendment Bill moves to Orange Walk. Perhaps inevitably, the debate has become somewhat shrouded in politics. In Belize City, the UDP pulled out all th...
  • Rotaract Donates to the Needy Children

    The Rotaract Club of Orange Walk also held another activity right after the summer camp. This time it had nothing to do with teaching the children about storytelling or art but it still had to with education. The club in its aim to promote education gathe...
  • Rotaract Annual Summer Camp Takes Place

    Since 2009 the Rotaract Club of Orange Walk has been conducting an annual summer camp for kids ages 5 to 12. The event takes place just before the opening of the new school and is fully sponsored by the Orange Walk Rotaract Club with the aim of promoting ...
  • Eight Students of Muffles College Score 4.0 GPA

    officially attended their first day of classes ready to face any challenge presented before them. For eight students of Muffles College that challenge is even tougher as they enter the new school year with a 4.0 GPA to live up to. Exceptionally commendabl...
  • Attorneys Say the 9th is Still Bad for Belize

    The 9th Amendment Bill proposed by the Dean Barrow Administration continues to be the cause of much criticism, even after Government committed to remove certain ouster clauses that bars access to the courts. Despite the proposed changes on section 65 and ...
  • Thieves Walk away with $5,740 in Cash

    Two thieves made away with $5,740 in cash after they targeted a fruit and vegetable vendor of Paraiso Village in the Corozal District. Forty four year old Roberto Tun told police that last night around 7:35 he was at home alone counting the money from his...
  • Crispin Moreno Freed of Murder Charge

    On June 21st 2011, 29 year old Crispin Moreno was charged at the Belize City Magistrates Court for the murder of Doctor Enrique Guerra who passed away on June 7th. Moreno’s arraignment in Belize City was due to his neck and back injuries sustained on Ma...
  • Civilian ends up Behind Bars after Calling Police for Assistance

    They take an oath to defend and serve the Belizean people from criminals but at times there are police officers who instead of defending the Belizean people, they abuse of the power given to them. That’s exactly what allegedly happened on Saturday e...
  • BHOC Offers Beading Program

    The Banquitas House of Culture will be carrying out a beading program for women in the Orange Walk District. The program is targeted at young women who would like to learn a trade in beading with the purpose of providing them with an avenue to make some e...
  • BMHS Prepares for New School Year

    Summer vacations for secondary school students will soon be over as high schools all over the country will be holding their orientation sessions tomorrow. But before embarking on a new year many schools are doing their internal school preparations, sensit...
  • Corozal Police Recovers Stolen Items

    Corozal Police have been successful in recovering items reported stolen earlier this week and in apprehending the culprits. Terrilyn Humes visited the station on Tuesday to report that between the 19th and the 21st of August her home was burglarized and a...
  • New Embassador of Mexico to Belize Meets with the Media

    On August 22nd 2011 the new Ambassador of Mexico to Belize His Excellency Mario Velasquez presented his credentials to the Governor General Sir Colville Young. Today we can say that the Ambassador officially started his tenure in Belize by having breakfas...
  • Despite Changes the 9th Amendment still Sees Objection in Corozal

    If the 9th Amendment Bill was a game and the victor was decided strictly by numbers and not by substance, then the UDP scored a victory last night at the consultation in Corozal. By the end of the night, the event had become less about rational consu...
  • Felipe Carrillo Turns 100

    The latest statistics show that the average life expectancy of males in Belize is at 66.53. It is therefore something to celebrate when one can reach beyond that age, and there is even more reason to celebrate when one can actually live to celebrate their...
  • 3G Network Coming Soon Says Smart

    For more than a month telecommunications upstart Smart has been embroiled in a battle with government-operated BTL. The body mandated to moderate the battle and decide its outcome, so to speak, is ironically the government-operated Public Utilities Commis...
  • P.U.P Corozal Bay Standard Bearer Says no to the 9th

    As we told you earlier in our newscast, government will be holding its public consultation on the proposed 9th Amendment in Corozal tonight, and all indications are that it will be well attended and the topic will be hotly debated. Today, to get a feel fo...
  • House Fire Leaves Corozal Family Homeless

    Tonight Gaylene Martin and her three daughters are homeless after their 35 by 30 foot concrete house located on mile 86 of the Northern Highway was engulfed in flames. Luckily no one was inside the residence when the fire started sometime around 8:00pm la...