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 ...

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

    Wednesday, 18 April 2018 03:03
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    Wednesday, 18 April 2018 03:11
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    Wednesday, 18 April 2018 03:14

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  • 10th Of September Block Party Cancelled

    There will be no block party for the 10th of September this year, though it’s an event listed on the September Celebrations Calendar. The traditional fete is something that residents of Orange Walk look forward to each year, so the news comes as somethi...
  • Ranchito Resident Vindicated In Court

    In 2007 the Ranchito Village Council gave out 216 parcels of land in three areas including Rancharan Layout. The Village Council Act empowers the Ranchito Village Council, just as any other village council, to recommend that the resident of a village be g...
  • Belize Defeated by Guatemala

    As we open our newscast tonight, it is to report with some disappointment that a little over an hour ago the final seconds ran out in the Belize/Guatemala matchup, and when the final whistle sounded our national team was down 2-1. More than 2500 football ...
  • San Jose Palmar Village Council has New Councillor

    In April of 2010 Palmar elected a village council consisting of chairman Orlando Balam and councilors: Teresita Pol, Hugo Tzul, Orlando Ayuso, Filomeno Cantun, Cesar Canche and Blanca Cantun. One of the councilors, Filomeno Cantun, has since resigned his ...
  • Fiesta Fm Celebrates 7th Anniversary

    Yesterday our sister radio station Fiesta FM celebrated its 7th anniversary at the Fort Cairns Market Plaza and as usual the turnout was huge as radio listeners from both the Corozal and Orange Walk Districts came out in numbers. The event kicked off at 2...
  • CSCP Holds Important Meeting

    In December of 2009 under the leadership of Vicente Canul, then general manager of St. Francis Xavier Credit Union, a new cane farmers association registered as a legal entity under the name Corozal Sugar Cane Producers Association. The Association starte...
  • Police Officer Robbed While Going to Work

    And while Philips will spend some time behind bars, Corozal Police are looking for two men who robbed one of their own. According to 26 year old Belizean Police Officer Luis Quixaj who is attached to the Ladyville Police Station, on Saturday September 3rd...
  • Shots Fired in Corozal, one Woman Arrested

    Corozal Town is well known for its peace and tranquility but on Friday morning that scenario changed, at least for one woman living in the Portzaul Area where gunshots were heard at around 10:00 in the morning. When Police visited the area they were met b...
  • BDF Corporal Remanded To Prison

    We often hear about law enforcement officers being accused of police brutality, and tonight there is a similar case to report. It does not involve a police officer, however. This time the person being accused is a member of the Belize Defense Force attach...
  • Rotaract Club Awards Scholarships

    Every year during Fiestarama the Rotaract Club of Orange Walk holds a drink sale as their biggest annual fundraiser. The money the club makes is used to carry out their community projects, including the annual Children’s Summer Camp and Educational Gran...
  • Book on Diabetes for Sale

    Over 3 million deaths are caused annually by diabetes related diseases. The disease is prevalent and according to the World Diabetes Foundation 6.4% of the world’s adult population lives with the disease. Belize is no exception. Some months ago Home...
  • Presenting the Candidates for the Miss Orange Walk Pageant

    The Miss Orange Walk Pageant was traditionally one of the main events in our September celebrations calendar and was carried out annually to choose the most outstanding example of beauty, talent and intellect. For the past 5 years the pageant has not gone...
  • San Pablo Women’s Group Receives Donation from Fair-trade Funds

    In this day and age women are always finding ways and means to excel in life and luckily apart from education there are several programs that give women that opportunity. To date, women are constantly participating in different workshops including cake de...
  • BI-Election in Carmelita to Take Place on Sunday

    In February of this year one member of the Carmelita U.D.P Village Council resigned from her post as councilor and three others including the Vice Chairman threatened to do the same as they felt that the mandate of the people was not being carried out. In...
  • Thieve or Thieves Get Away with $1080 in Tool Items and a $9,000 Outboard Engine

    Corozal Police are looking for the person or persons who stole a total of $1080 worth in tool items from 64 year old Fredrick Hyde. Hyde told Police the items including a power washer and press drill were stolen from his vehicle that was parked inside his...
  • Former U.D.P Minister Confused? Yes..no... maybe so

    Last night’s consultation was long and hot and crowded and vocal, with quite a few interesting moments and this very confusing, hilarious one featuring an old former UDP Minister Elodio Aragon. He was one of the speakers last night, and quite frankly we...
  • More Students Excel in CXC’s Exam

    For the past days we have been visiting the high schools to speak with the top scorers of each school as they commence a new school year. So far we have visited Muffles College High School and New Hope High School. Tonight our news crew stopped by Bishop ...
  • P.U.P Orange Walk Central Rep. Corrects Patrick Faber

    Orange Walk Central Area Representative John Briceno has remained for the most part calm and cool during the consultations in Belize City and Corozal, but that wasn’t the case last night as Chairman of the Committee Patrick Faber launched an unfair and ...
  • Corozal Police Comb the CCFZ for Alleged Hit-men

    Details reaching our newsroom tonight are still sketchy but CTV3 understands that yesterday before midday Corozal Police were on high alert at the Corozal Commercial Free Zone after they received information of a hit set up on a Mexican businessman with B...
  • Orange Walk Says No to the 9th

    Last night the official public consultation on the government’s proposed 9th amendment came to the sugar city, and let’s just say that it was a distinctly sour experience for the UDP politicos who have been putting in long hours and big bucks to garne...