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  • Council of Churches Support NEW 9th Amendment Bill

    While the Government was vague in its release, the Belize Council of Churches and the Belize Council of Evangelical Churches was not. In a release issued this evening, those entities state that following meetings and clarifications with the Prime Mini...
  • Corozal Money-Changer Shot During Attack

    A money-changer from Corozal Town, Juan Magana, was shot on Friday night. Magana told Police that at around 6:50pm he arrived home in his green Kia. He parked in front of his fenced yard and saw two male persons riding on a white motor cycle which was com...
  • Tornado Targets San Lazaro...

    As we mentioned earlier in our newscast, the only damage recorded here in the north was in the villages of Crooked Tree and San Lazaro. The damages were caused by what some residents of Crooked Tree are calling a water spout which seems to have formed ove...
  • PM Barrow Forced To Backtrack on 9th...

    Late this afternoon, with very little fanfare and in masterful language designed to mask its true import, a release was issued by the Belize Press Office stating that Prime Minister Dean Barrow had been forced to backtrack on the 9th Amendment Bill as it ...
  • TS Harvey Passes With Little Ado...

    On Friday the Government of Belize declared a Tropical Strom Warning for the entire Coast of Belize due to the threat of Tropical Storm Harvey. The weather system was expected to make landfall on Belize on Saturday with 60 miles per hour winds. Tropical ...
  • Activities Cancelled due to threat of Harvey

    With Tropical Strom Harvey posing a real threat to Belize a number of activities scheduled for the weekend are being cancelled or postponed. One of those activities is the third annual one-day summer camp organized by Rotaract Orange Walk. The event was s...
  • CDF Holds National Youth Rally

    The Child Development Foundation is an organization that was formed approximately two years ago in Belmopan with the aim of educating and protecting children and adolescents in Belize from Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse. Today members of ...
  • GLOW Holds National Summer Camp

    Last month five girls from the Orange Walk District travelled to the Cayo District to Log Cab Inns where they joined girls from all over the country for the 5th annual GLOW summer camp. The girls travelling to the camp are all students at Chan Pine Ridge ...
  • Bailed Offered for an unlicensed Firearm and two counts of keeping unlicensed Ammunition

    18 year old Lorenzo Martinez of Corozal Town had been remanded to prison since the 27th of March of this year when he was found in possession of ammunition and a gun without a license. On that date a search on Lorenzo Martinez turned up a black 9mm pis...
  • Carmelita resident Remanded to Prison

    A resident of Carmelita was remanded to prison after a bench warrant was issued for him. Back in April of 2009 Daniel Mcfadzean of Carmelita Village was riding his bike on the outskirts of the village when Orange Walk Police on patrol asked him to stop an...
  • One man Charged for Aggravated assault and Threatening Words

    On the 22 of September 2010 customs official James Saunders reported to Police that Yo Creek resident Bartolo Novelo had assaulted him with a machete and a 16-guage shotgun. Following the report Bartolo Novelo was detained by Police and charged for aggrav...
  • Tropical Storm Harvey threatens Belize’s Coastline

    Tropical depression number eight has turned into tropical storm Harvey and by all indications it is heading straight toward our coastline. By midday today Harvey was located at 285 miles east south east of Belize City. Winds are currently at 45 miles per ...
  • $52,000 Vessel goes Missing

    Tonight a well know Orange Walk businessman is out more than $50,000 after his boat was stolen from where it was anchored. According to Antonio Novelo, the last time he saw his 25 foot white boat with a 250 horsepower engine was on Tuesday at around 4:30p...
  • Northeno Participates in Belize National Song Competition

    This year Belize will be celebrating 30 years of Independence under the theme “Honoring Our Past; Celebrating Our Culture; Uniting for Peace” and activities for this year’s September Celebrations are already being organized. One of the main events i...
  • P.U.P Prepares for Upcoming Municipal Elections

    The 9th Amendment Bill might be all the rage right now, but trust us when we say that more than a few eyes are focused on the upcoming municipal elections which will, political pundits say, be an indicator of which political party will be victorious in ge...
  • Corozal Police Removes a Deadly Weapon off the Streets

    A search in an abandoned lot led Corozal Police to a prohibited firearm and 5 live rounds of ammunition. The discovery was made yesterday at around 9:50pm when Corozal Police received a tip and searched an abandoned lot located in the South End area of Co...
  • Is the 9th Amendment a done Deal?

    In previous newscasts we announced that the next public consultation on GOB’s proposed 9th Amendment Bill was set for August 24th in Belmopan, but for reasons unknown, Government has changed the schedule of consultations. Next week Wednesday, the 24th, ...
  • Opposition John Briceno weighs in on CCJ’S Decision

    The debate over the government’s proposed 9th Amendment Bill continues to rage across the country. More fuel was added on Tuesday when the Caribbean Court of Justice ruled that it will look at and pass judgment on the July 2011 re-acquisition of BTL by ...
  • Rotaract Club to Host One Day Summer Program

    Back in 2009 the Rotaract Club of Orange Walk held a one-day camp for children ages 5-8 where they promoted reading and education through children’s games. The initiative was a success and the club decided that they would adapt it as an annual tradition...
  • Search for Good Streets in O/W Continues

    Due to a mounting vehicle maintenance and mechanic bill, our news team was forced to take a break from its weekly quest to find a good street in Orange Walk Town. We did continue our coverage of the dilapidated and neglected streets, though, and last week...