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  • Teachers Become the Students as they learn more On HFLE

    Most people would probably believe that for teachers around the country, summer vacations is a time for much needed rest. But that hasn’t been the case lately, as teachers all over the north seem to be taking advantage of the summer programs being offer...
  • Teachers learn to become Learning Coaches

    Last night we told you about the participation of principals and vice principals of the Orange Walk District in the 4th annual Belize/Alberta Literacy Project. But the initiative does not only benefit principals and vice principals, but also teachers who ...
  • BSCFA Holds Branch Meetings With Cane Farmers

    On June 12th during a general assembly the cane farmers of the north passed a resolution for the BSCFA to find means and ways of how they could become the majority shareholders of the Belize Sugar Industries Limited which is presently up for sale. One...
  • Police Officers Undergo Training In Media Relations

    Members of the Belize Police Department and the media don’t often have a good relationship but hopefully that’s about to change, thanks to a Media Relations Workshop presently being conducted by the Ministry of Police and Public Safety. The workshop w...
  • Shell One Stop Orange Walk Wins Award for Customer Service

    Shell One Stop Belize City is the number one service station when it comes to customer service in the region and Shell One Stop Orange Walk is second - that’s according to a program carried out globally by Shell. The program called ‘People Make the Di...
  • Principals and Vice Principals Take Part Literacy Project

    The Belize/Alberta Literacy Project started off in 2007 as an initiative undertaken by the Rotary District 5370 and the Rotary Club of Orange Walk, comprised of educators from Alberta, Canada coming to our country every summer to assist the education sect...
  • P.U.P Orange Walk South Standard Bearer Consults with Cane Farmers About the Sale of B.S.I

    The BSI/GOB/Banco Atlantida deal is the biggest thing happening in the north right now, as BSI attempts to convince farmers and employees that the potential buyer is the only way to go, even as a September deadline for payment to a previous financing inst...
  • Dismal Crowd But Huge Message Sent During Rally

    Public criticism against the Barrow Administration continues to mount as more and more Belizeans become dissatisfied with the government’s method of running the country, or more accurately, running the country into the ground. Lately the issues surround...
  • After 18 Days Jason Herbert Still Missing

    There are no leads yet as to the whereabouts of 21 year old Jason Herbert. Herbert was reported missing by his mother last week after being missing for 18 days. Today, a week after being reported missing and almost a month of being away from home, there a...
  • CZL Cane Farmer Threatened With 9mm Pistol

    And also in the news from the Corozal District, a cane farmer got the fright of his life yesterday when he opened his front door and was greeted by a 9mm pistol. Yesterday at around 4:10am Pedro Guerra was walking out of his house through the front door w...
  • $7,100 Stolen During House Burglary

    Corozal Police are investigating a burglary that has left a customer service agent of Corozal Town out of $7,100 in cash. According to Carlos Ku a burglar or burglars entered his home sometime between the hours of 8:00am and 12:50pm yesterday and stole an...
  • Well Known Orange Walkeno Takes Away his Own Life

    A well know Orange Walkeno is dead after it appears he took his own life sometime last night. The lifeless body of 46 year old Oscar Garcia, a long time employee of Bowen and Bowen Limited Orange Walk Branch, was found this morning hanging from the beam o...
  • BTL/PUC Sabotage of Smart Continues

    On March 31st 2011 the Supreme Court ordered that the terms and conditions of interconnection between the government-controlled Belize Telemedia Limited and telecommunication upstart Smart be delivered by the Public Utilities Commission no later than July...
  • San Estevan Convent Reopened

    The Catholic Church has over a billion faithful, making it the most dominant religion in the world, but that accomplishment is not without its challenges, as ministering to those many faithful requires a huge number of religious personnel. Back in 2008, t...
  • Media Colleague Attacked at UDP Political Event

    This morning our news team obtained a piece of amateur footage filmed in Armenia in the Cayo District by our media colleague Vaughan Gill. We’ll show you that footage, but first some background. The event was a public one in which the United Democratic ...
  • San Roman Chairman Says DPM Vega Won't Help Them

    In 2009 residents of San Roman elected a UDP village council to serve them, and since then things have seemed to go downhill for the community. The problem doesn’t seem to be a negligent Council, but from what we have been told, a negligent Area Represe...
  • Friday Night Traffic Accident Claims Life of OW Businessman

    Orange Walk has seen its share of deadly traffic accidents, and it has been our duty, though not one we enjoy, to report on them. On Friday night our news team was called out to the scene of a terrible accident a couple miles past the Mameyal Curve, where...
  • Fiesta Rama Filled With Activities

    Fiesta Rama is an event that was started by Mayor Rick Burgos approximately 12 years ago. Since its inception Fiesta Rama has become a family tradition seeing hundreds of visitors during the three day event. This year we are sure will be no exception and ...
  • Women Graduate from “Needs Assessment and Proposal Writing”

    On Monday ten participants started receiving training on “Needs Assessment and Proposal Writing”. The aim of the training, facilitated and funded by the Social Investment Fund, was geared at educating participants on the correct method of writing a pr...
  • Youth Participate in Summer Camp

    In commemoration of Youth Awareness Month, Youth for the Future is carrying out a Regional Youth Leader’s Camp. The camp which started on Sunday and is taking place at Mary Hill RC School in Corozal Town is seeing the participation of over 80 youth from...