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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  • Cane Farmers Day to be Celebrated Tomorrow

    Tomorrow the men and women who toil the soil in order to get the sweetest sugar cane in the north will be celebrating their day. For the first time in history the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association in collaboration with the business community will be c...
  • Johnny Briceno Hangs With the Kids at Summer Camp

    170 children, - that is the record breaking number of children that enrolled in this year’s Orange Walk Central Summer Sports Camp. The camp was initiated back in the year 2000 by Central Area Representative Hon. John Briceno, and today is celebrating i...
  • Transport Officers Crack Down on Tinting Offenders

    The new tinting regulation introduced by the Dean Barrow administration was scheduled to come into effect on June 1st 2011. But in view of the fact that many Belizeans had not removed their dark tints by the time the law was suppose to come into effect, a...
  • Tourism Stakeholders Hold Groundbreaking for Tourist Information Center

    It’s been a long time in coming, but if all goes well, very soon Orange Walk will have its own Tourist Information Center and Gift Shop, the initiative of this district’s branch of the Belize Tourism Industry Association. It’s an initiative that has...
  • Orange Walk Bus Terminal Revisited

    The Orange Walk Bus Terminal…it’s been a mess from the very beginning, and we mean mess in the very literal sense of the word. Just a day after it opened, the terminal was closed to pedestrian and bus traffic because it was covered in mud. But the rai...
  • Orange Walk Mayor Will Not Seek Re-election

    Tonight there is significant political news to report. The Mayor of Orange Walk Town, Phillip de la Fuente, has decided to throw in the towel. In an interview with CTV-3 today, the Mayor confirmed to us that he will not be running for re-election. Phi...
  • Scotia Bank O/W Branch Donates Scholarships

    In 2006 Scotia Bank kicked off a national initiative called Scotia Bank Belize Education Foundation 2006. The initiative is aimed at assisting students at the primary school level with a grant to cover tuition fees and school expenses. So far the initiati...
  • Women’s Group In Sarteneja Receives Training

    Sarteneja is a remote village in the Corozal District located approximately 40 miles from Orange Walk Town. Because of its pristine scenery and proximity to the Caribbean Sea the village is considered one of Belize’s best kept secrets. In order to promo...
  • FIFA Tells GOB to Mind Their Own Business

    In a follow up to the complicated mess surrounding FIFA, the FFB and GOB, CTV-3 has received two documents – one from the National Sports Council to the FFB outlining the reasons for its not registering that body, and one from FIFA to GOB basically tell...
  • More Scandal At Ministry of Natural Resources

    Last night CTV-3 broke the story of corruption involving a piece of land in San Estevan – land which had been legally owned by San Estevan resident Jose Castillo for more than 20 years. Imagine Castillo’s surprise when a title for his piece of land tu...
  • Robbers Go Bar Hopping

    In the past few weeks the Orange Walk Police have been receiving repeated reports of popular entertainment spots in town falling victim to robbers. The latest incident occurred last night when three men entered “Las Margaritas” in the Pasadita area an...
  • Orange Walk Records Murder Victim Number Eight

    Tonight the family of a 23 year old young man born and raised here in Orange Walk town is mourning his death after he was fatally shot last night. Orson Cardona, who was living in San Ignacio with his family at the time of his death, came to Orange Walk o...
  • Heavy Rains Cause Flooding in San Jose San Pablo

    For the past three days it has been raining on and off and today as our news team drove up the Northern Highway they were able to experience firsthand the effects of the rainy weather. Two sections of the highway are presently under water and while a numb...
  • Belize Plays Montserrat on Sunday in Honduras

    The FIFA/FFB/GOB mess seems to get more, rather than less complicated as time passes. Notwithstanding one appearance at the Supreme Court by all parties involved, the matter is no closer to resolution than it was a month ago. Tonight we can confirm re...
  • Banco Atlantida Wants Major Shares in BSI, says PM

    Late last year the Government of Belize awarded a 10 million dollar loan to Belize Sugar Industries Limited in order to provide them relief from some of their financial woes. But that was not the end of B.S.I’s financial crises because both internationa...
  • Carmelita Residents on Trial for Firearms and Ammunition

    Two persons from Carmelita are currently on trial at the Orange Walk Magistrate’s Court for the offense of keeping an unlicensed firearm. The first case dates back to November of 2009 when Loren Wade was arrested by Police after a search at his residenc...
  • Minister's Nephews Involved in Illegal Land Transaction?

    For the past few days at least, the BTL mess has been placed on the backburner by another critical scandal which is just about ready to erupt – rampant corruption in the Ministry of Natural Resources. For sure it is nothing new, but one local media hous...
  • OW DEMO Prepares for Wet Season

    The annual Atlantic Hurricane season is from June 1st to November 30th every year. During this season the National Emergency Management Organization prepares and stands by just in case of any emergency. The most recent emergency activation of NEMO was las...
  • OW Central Sports Camp Gets Underway

    The Orange Walk Central Sports Camp, now in its 12th year, has become one of the most anticipated events of the summer. Sponsored by Area Representative Johnny Briceno, the camp caters to youths between the ages of 8 and 12, and uses sports like football,...
  • Shotokan Karate School Wins Big at Invitational

    The Shotokan Karate School has been in our news quite a bit lately, and that’s because the 51 students in the dojo keep on performing and excelling and its membership keeps growing. Just last week the students received their first belt after weeks of tr...