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  • 63 Year Old Becomes Victim Number 10 for O/W

    The report of a 63 year old man who was badly beaten on Thursday, June 30th never made it on our newscast. But tonight it will, because four days after he was beaten Hermino Blanco of August Pine Ridge lost his life and his case was upgraded to murder....
  • The Circus Is In Town

    If you’ve been around the People’s Stadium anytime in the past three days for sure you’ve seen the big top taking over the entrance. A closer look at the stadium grounds will also reveal the wild animals from camels to donkeys to tigers, all part...
  • National Youth Week Filled With Activities

    National Youth Week is going to be observed this year from the 7th to the 13th of August, and yesterday youth from all over the country gathered in Belize City where they participated in a parade and short ceremony that kicked off the start of youth week....
  • Eighty One Year Old Man Charged for Aggravated Assault

    Corozal Police have in their custody an 81 year old man to be charged with aggravated assault of an indecent nature. The arrest came after a 5 year old girl visited the station with her mother to report the incident. The minor told police that on Friday s...
  • Chaos at Libertad Factory as 100 Workers Are Terminated

    There was chaos at the Libertad Factory this morning as approximately 100 workers blocked the entrance gate of the factory after they were fired. The men were terminated by the factory’s management which is now owned by a Mexican Company, after equipmen...
  • Multi Complex Comes to Life with Gabriel’s Magixs

    On August 13th the Multi Purpose Complex will light up with magic as Gabriel Garcia presents Gabriel’s Magix for the third year. The event will bring to life Garcia’s talent in design, choreography and decorating as he combines fashion and dance. Toda...
  • Motor Boating Race Rio-Hondo/Bacalar Takes Place

    I am sure that as Orange Walkenos we have all heard or even visited Botes, a small remote Mexican village located across from the community of Santa Cruz. Over the past years the area has been branded as one of Orange Walk’s hot spots for contraband goo...
  • Family Fears the Worst for Jason Herbert

    Since July 6th 21 year old Jason Herbert has been missing. We spoke to his common law wife, Angelica Young, on Tuesday and she told us that the last time she saw Herbert was at 11:00pm on the 6th of August. Young told us that her common law husband had no...
  • Tensions Run High at OWTC

    We’ve given the Orange Walk Town Council a break this past week, but if you think that’s because all has been going well for Mayor Phillip De La Fuente and his crew, you would be very wrong. In fact, reports are that things are in a state of chaos rig...
  • Controversy on GOB’s Proposed 9th Amendment Continues

    As we told you last night, the 9th Amendment Bill debate is gathering fire and fury and the first public consultations will be held next week Wednesday in Belize City. The government wants this thing to happen, though, very bad, and isn’t being stingy w...
  • One Man Detained for Rape

    Corozal police have detained one man in connection with a report of rape. A 16 year old female of San Jose Village visited the Police Station and reported to Police that last night at around 8:00pm while at her job at the Corozal Free Zone, one of her co-...
  • Costa Maya gets Underway

    20 years ago a group of businessmen from San Pedro Island gathered to organize a festival under the San Pedro Chapter of the Chamber of Commerce. The main idea was to create an event that would attract locals and tourist during the month of August, since ...
  • Miss Mingie Turns 101

    It is not often that we feature someone who is celebrating their birthday on the news, but tonight we make an exception because the birthday girl is celebrating 101 years of life. Can you imagine living that long? Well, for Mrs. Dominga Ayuso, better know...
  • More Workshops for Teachers

    “Quality Child Friendly School Initiative” is a proposed program drafted by the Ministry of Education since 2008. Last year the first tryouts for the program were carried out in 9 schools in the country. As it was a success, this year the Ministry is ...
  • U.D.P Village Chairman Victimized by his Own Government

    Land issues around the country continue to plague poor Belizeans as more are victimized by the current administration every day. In most cases the victims are persons who are believed to be supporters of the People’s United Party but even UDP supporters...
  • New House of Culture on the Way for Corozalenos

    With the Caribbean Sea flowing along its bay Corozal is definitely one of Belize’s best kept secrets. With a population of some 10,000 residents Corozal boasts numerous Maya Ruins including Cerros and Santa Rita. But despite efforts like Art in the Park...
  • Chamber of Commerce and Industry Against 9th Amendment Bill

    But one section of the public which is not waiting until next Wednesday to make its point of view crystal clear is the Chamber of Commerce and Industry. In a release issued yesterday, the Chamber states that when it comes to the proposed 9th Amendment, an...
  • Ninth Amendment Bill Comes Under Intense Scrutiny

    The public consultations on Government’s proposed 9th Amendment Bill will start next week Wednesday in Belize City, but long before that, the Bill has become the subject of intense scrutiny and discussion and has taken on a life of its own. On Monday th...
  • YAM Needs Your Assistance

    The Belize Family Life Association is responsible for providing access to quality comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services. Going further than its duties the non-profit organization also has a youth arm known as the Youth Advocacy Movement. ...
  • Sports Servants Back In Belize

    For the past years Zack Hood and his team of Sports Servants have been coming to Belize every summer conducting workshops in football. But it’s not only the basics of football that the organization seeks to instill in teachers and youth. Sports Servants...