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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    A 37 year old man from Louisville is facing charges for dangerous harm and aggravated burglary after he stabbed his uncle. On Saturday, Alberto Cob, a resident of Louisville village was at home sleeping when he was awaken by a noise inside his house. ...
  • Two Men Expected to be charged for Home Invasion

    Fidel Lopez, a 37 year old resident of Chan Chen village, is lucky to be alive after he became the victim of a home invasion on Saturday afternoon. Lopez told Police that he was at home eating supper when three men entered his house. One of the men was ar...
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    For the past few weeks the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association has been conducting meetings with the different branches in both Orange Walk and Corozal to provide information and to get input on the proposed sale of majority shares in BSI to foreign bas...
  • Annual San Joaquin Fiesta Gets Underway

    The village of San Joaquin will be holding its 45th San Joaquin Fiesta, a tradition that was first carried out in 1976, organized then by Angelita Magana. Today the event is the biggest festival of the year in the village, attracting more and more visitor...
  • Cadets Take Promotion Exam

    183 cadets have been staying for the past week at the Escuela Secundaria Tecnica Mexico grounds for the 15th annual Belize Youth Cadet Summer Camp. The camp is coordinated every year to instill discipline in the participants through the work and activitie...
  • Pre-School Teachers Participate in Literacy Workshop

    Teachers all over the country are already gearing up for the upcoming school year, and over the past weeks have been participating in different workshops facilitated by the Ministry of Education. This week it was pre-school teachers who were in training w...
  • The Ugly Part of 9th Amendment Consultation

    Last night we showed you footage of the consultation on the 9th Amendment Bill held in Belize City Wednesday night. We showed you the good and the bad aspects of the event, and promised you the ugly…so here goes! But first, we thought we’d bring you a...
  • Opposition Leader John Briceno Speaks on 9TH Amendment Consultation

    Media houses have already pronounced judgment on the consultation held in Belize City on Wednesday, and as is expected in those things – from one set of events, everybody has taken a different spin. From what we saw and recorded, for example, it was cle...
  • Residents of Gravel Lane Want Police to Take Action

    Last night we told you about the confrontation that happened on Gravel Lane on Sunday night which it is believed led to the stabbing of Charlie Reyes on Tuesday night. During Sunday night’s confrontation between Reyes and the Mendez family, two shots we...
  • Neglected Streets And Culverts.. Symptoms of Mess At OWTC

    In tomorrow’s newscast we’ll tell you more about the money allocated for work on six streets which was diverted by Deputy Prime Minister Gaspar Vega, but first we touch on another source of much irritation and inconvenience in Orange Walk Town. No dou...
  • Customs Confiscate 100 Cases Of Beer

    Reports coming into our newsroom are that on Tuesday night, there was a shootout between Customs and some persons inside an SUV. The incident occurred on the Northern Highway around the Slaughter House area just before the northern border. All indicat...
  • Shots Fired on Gravel Lane And One Man Is Stabbed

    On Monday reports reached CTV3 News that on Sunday night one man had been shot and killed somewhere around Muffles Street and Cemetery Street. When we checked with Police we were told they had no knowledge of such an incident. So, there was no murder but ...
  • 9TH Amendment Consultation Gets Heated

    In the first segment of this newscast we showed you what we thought we’d call the good portion of the consultations held in Belize City last night. But there was also the bad, and plenty of it, as things got downright heated. Of course, that could have ...
  • The Good Part of Ninth Amendment Consultation

    The Belize City consultation on the 9th Amendment Bill proposed by the Barrow administration lasted approximately three hours, and to say it was a heated affair would be an understatement. Approximately 500 persons were inside the Holy Redeemer Parish Hal...
  • Minor accident in Corozal Leaves Two Injured

    Two drivers from Corozal Town sustained minor injuries after they were involved in a traffic accident early this afternoon. The incident occurred between miles 89 and 90 when Edward Miller who was driving his Red Honda CRV heading towards Corozal Town dec...
  • 150 Youth Cadets in OW for Summer Camp

    For the past 15 years the Belize Police Department has been holding the Belize Youth Cadet Summer Camp annually. This year youth cadets from all over the country came to Escuela Secundaria Tecnica Mexico for the Belize Youth Cadet Camp 2011. Today the gro...
  • Cleanup Campaign Gets Underway

    While there was a cosmetology course being conducted at the Youth for the Future Offices, another group participated in a cleanup campaign. The cleanup campaign started from eight this morning and was carried out on the main streets of Orange Walk Town. Y...
  • Y.F.F. Offers Cosmetology Course to 8 Youths

    National Youth Week is being celebrated under the theme “Youth - step up…be heard…take responsibility.” The activities officially kicked off in Belize City on Sunday with a parade and opening ceremonies. Following that activity Youth for the Futur...
  • D.P.M. Vega Diverts Money Targeted for Municipal Development

    Just about a month ago, CTV-3 interviewed Minister of Tourism Manuel Heredia at the groundbreaking ceremony of the BTIA Tourism Information Center. We couldn’t help but point out at the time that tourism in Orange Walk Town was surely not being promoted...
  • Ninth Amendment Bill Comes Under Public Scrutiny Tonight

    The first round of public consultations is scheduled for tonight in Belize City, and by all indications and their own admission, the UDP plans to turn it into a circus packed with paid supporters supplied by Minister of Works Boots Martinez. We’ve s...