Xate Blooming In The Forest Reserve

Tonight, there is some good news coming out of the Chiquibul National Park as the Friends for Conser...

Price for Regular Gasoline and Kerosene Reduce

As of mid-night tonight, prices for Regular Gasoline and Kerosene will see reductions at the pumps. ...

Well Known City Figure Charged For Courts Robbery In Corozal

Also arraigned at the Magistrate’s Court today was known city figure Samuel Halliday, who turned 26 ...

Ambassadors Present Credentials To Governor General

Four ambassadors presented their Letters of Credence today to the Governor General of Belize His Exc...

Preliminary Figures For Re-Registration Released

Today marks the start of week two in the mass re-registration exercise here in the Jewel. As the pro...

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    Tuesday, 10 July 2018 01:56
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    Tuesday, 10 July 2018 02:02
  • Well Known City Figure Charged For Courts Robbery In Corozal

    Tuesday, 10 July 2018 02:07
  • Ambassadors Present Credentials To Governor General

    Tuesday, 10 July 2018 02:14
  • Preliminary Figures For Re-Registration Released

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  • Belize’s Sugar finds its way across the Border

    On a yearly basis Belizeans consume some 13,500 tons of sugar – that works out to over 100 pounds of sugar per year per person. So far the Belize Sugar mill has produced 11,500 tons of white sugar and has 4,500 tons in storage. That’s well above the c...
  • OWTC Project no longer to be used as Bus Terminal

    By now everybody in Orange Walk Town knows about the Town Council project to cement the Barracks. CTV-3 was there when the project started, as the proud Mayor explained that the area would be used as a bus terminal which would be properly marked. It seeme...
  • Case of Froyland Gilharry against GOB Goes Back to Court

    Two weeks ago longtime bus operator Froylan Gilharry of Gilharry Bus Lines took Government to Court over the runs given to him in the new and much debated northern zoning. Gilharry, who has been in the business for more than three decades, lost the routes...
  • Criminals Burglarize San Francisco R.C School

    It seems that a thief or thieves were just waiting for school to close for the summer vacation in order to burglarize San Francisco Roman Catholic School. The incident happened sometime between 6:00pm on Saturday and 9:30am this morning when a burglar ...
  • Opposition Leader says There Were Other Ways to Deal with BTL Dilemma

    Late this evening we also managed to reach Leader of the Opposition John Briceno by phone, and he pulled no punches and spared no feelings in regard to the military takeover of BTL by the Government. First, though, we asked him if anything like this would...
  • P.U.P Calls on Government to Resolve BTL Situation

    This morning the Opposition People’s United Party issued its release on the ongoing crisis of ownership of BTL. It was no fire and fury sermon and lacked sulfur and brimstone, but the PUP makes very clear its grave concern over the power play which will...
  • OCEAN Collects more than 17,000 Signatures Needed for Referendum

    The referendum on offshore drilling – it’s been a big deal in the past few months as different organizations worked tirelessly to obtain 17,000 signatures. But now that milestone has been achieved and the militant stance on offshore drilling seems to ...
  • P.U.P Party Leader Endorsed as O/W Central Standard Bearer

    And in a welcome break from petty politics and power plays, we jump to some positive politics. Yesterday the Orange Walk People’s Stadium reverberated with cheers and chants as the blue machinery went into overdrive for the endorsement convention of the...
  • Dean Boyce and Dean Barrow at War Over BTL

    Before we get to today’s events as we promised, first we must touch on a couple of releases – the first from Belize Telemedia Limited on Saturday. We maybe we should clarify that. It was a release from Dean Boyce et al written on the BTL letterhead. T...
  • 2010/2011 Crop Season sees a Record Breaker in TCT’s

    The 2010/2011 crop season came to a close on Friday at 6:00pm and from all indications and figures despite the fact that the estimated 1.5 million tons of cane was not delivered to the factory, it was a good one. Final figures show that the average TCTS w...
  • FFB Wins Case against Government

    While it might not be nearly in the same category as the devastating decision by the Court of Appeal on Friday, today Government lost another important case in Court. The last time we spoke to a representative of the Football Federation of Belize, we were...
  • BTL/GOB Saga Continues to Unfold

    The BTL/GOB saga will no doubt continue to unfold for some time to come, and really, there’s no way of predicting the outcome. Right about now, rationality and procedure seem to have done disappearing acts, the Constitution is apparently worth less than...
  • Special Olympics Team Gets Royal Treatment in Greece

    Last week Friday the Belize National Selection for the Special Olympic World Games 2011 in Athens, Greece left Orange Walk with much fanfare and tremendous support. Since then we’ve been waiting anxiously for an update, so today we dropped in at St. Pet...
  • Mundialito Still Alive

    The future of football is uncertain right now, as the Government led by Prime Minister Dean Barrow and Minister of Sports John Saldivar wages war against the FFB and other stakeholders in football weigh in from all possible angles. It’s a mess…and rem...
  • Ministry of Educations Aim is to Increase Students Performance in PSE

    When the results for this year’s Primary School Examination were released by the Ministry of Education in the first week of June it showed that students’ performance on three of the papers was worse than last year. The results showed that compared to ...
  • Public Officers Celebrate Public Service Day

    Today public officers from across the country celebrated Public Service day under the theme “Striving for Excellence…Promoting Good Governance…Contributing to Our Nation’s Wealth through Our Public Service”. Each year Public Service Day is celeb...
  • P.U.P Releases Position Paper on Governments Take Over of BEL

    As expected, the Government takeover of a second private company since entering office has generated mixed feelings from the electorate, and a significant level of criticism from different entities including the private sector. The Opposition People’s U...
  • Ministry of Education Awards Top Ten PSE Students for the Northern Districts

    Last night the top 25 students for the 2011 Primary School Examination from across the country were recognized for their excellent performance in Belize City. Representing the Orange Walk District were three students from the Louisiana Government School -...
  • Ernestine Carballo Releases 1st Musical Album

    Belizean artist Ernestine Carballo is no stranger to the Belizean musical industry. She started in 1997 with the Young Artist Association and apart from performing with Leela Vernon Carballo has also performed with the Players Band in 2003. Today after ni...
  • New Bus Terminal a Disaster

    The current climate in Belize has been fraught with crises – from one to the next. This administration has been kept busy trying to skirt issues, muddy the waters and dodge the bullets from decisions it has made. The bus crisis, for example, is still la...