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  • Atlantic Insurance Company Limited Gives Away $500.00 in Fuel

    Today one lucky client of Atlantic Insurance Company Limited won $500.00 worth of fuel redeemable at Shell One Stop in Orange Walk Town. The insurance company raffles $500.00 worth of fuel for their customers here in Orange Walk Town every six months. Aft...
  • FFB’S Faith Still Uncertain

    Today was the deadline given to the Football Federation of Belize by FIFA to get their matters in order – that is, to get registered by the National Sports Council of Belize so things could get back to some semblance of normal – that is, it is expecte...
  • Trouble in the Island of San Pedro

    Transfers of voters start tomorrow, July 1st and will be allowed for a period of two months. It’s a hectic time for political offices across the country as they streamline their voting lists for the run up to elections. As hectic as the process is, it r...
  • CCFZ Receives Two Compact Garbage Trucks

    Last year the government of the Republic of China on Taiwan donated a fully equipped fire truck to the Corozal Commercial Free Zone. Since the donation the fire truck has served as a form of security for the over 110 operational businesses, 2000 employees...
  • Seventy Eight Year Old Man says he did Nothing Wrong

    Last night we told you about the elderly man who was arrested on the 28th of June and charged with uttering threatening words to well known UDP crony Gaspar Luna. According to the report made to Police by Luna, the man identified as 78 year old Jose Albin...
  • Former Attorney General says Prime Minister of Belize should be Sent to Jail

    On Monday Prime Minister Dean Barrow and the UDP administration will go to the House of Representatives to enact some new piece of legislation which they feel will justify their seizing the private utility BTL for a second time. All legal pontificating as...
  • Belize’s National Special Olympics Team Does Good In Greece

    CTV-3 has been following the progress of Belize’s National Special Olympics Team representing the nation in Athens, Greece at the World Games. When we got an update last week the team had yet to play a competition game and were just having fun but now t...
  • Seventy Eight Year old Gets Charged for Using Threatening Words

    In our normal court rounds this week, the CTV-3 news team came across an interesting case lodged in the Orange Walk Magistrate’s Court. It’s no murder or robbery or rape or assault, and neither is it a drug related offense…but it caught our attentio...
  • OWTC Broke, No Pay for Workers

    And if you doubt us when we say that the Council is penniless, we were reliably informed that this morning when Council workers reported to Town Hall to collect their pay from Town Administrator Andre Moguel, they were informed that there is no money to p...
  • Good Street In O/W Hard To Find

    If you can name one street in Orange Walk Town which has been properly paved and maintained by the Orange Walk Town Council, we’ll pay you $5000. Well no, not really, but we’re just making the point that when it comes to infrastructure and maintenance...
  • Road Traffic Accident Leaves Four Persons Injured

    Four persons are lucky to be alive tonight after they were involved in a road traffic accident on the San Estevan Road. Douglas Cisneros, Zenin Zedassie, Ingrid Warllen and Liveini Cruz were traveling in this blue Ford Explorer when Cisneros lost control ...
  • One man Charged for Drug Trafficking

    On April 30th 2009 Francis Flowers, Leonel and Eldo Moralez and Germaine Martinez were all charged for drug trafficking after Orange Walk Police conducted a search at Flowers’ residence located in the village of Trial Farm. When Police searched Flowers...
  • Free Orthopedic Clinic Offered by Shriners Hospital

    The Rotary Club of Belmopan in collaboration with the Illinois Rotary District 6510 and the World Pediatric Project will be holding their annual Orthopedic Clinic here in Orange Walk Town on Thursday June 30th at the Northern Regional Hospital. Orthopedic...
  • 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 ...