Will The Barrow Administration Honor CCJ Ruling And Pay Belize Bank?

What will the Barrow Administration do about the $89 million which the Caribbean Court of Justice ha...

What Will Be The Belize Banks Next Move?

Would Belize Bank seek an order to jail the Prime Minister for non-compliance with the CCJ’s order? ...

PUP Says 90 Million Dollars Payment Is Borrow's Headache.

The PUP’s Parliamentary Caucus met this evening to discuss the CCJ ruling and events leading up to t...

Hurricane Season About To End.

Tomorrow November 30 officially marks the end of the 2017 Atlantic Basin Hurricane season. As antici...

Belizean Athletes Represents At Central American Games

Over the past two weeks, Belizean athletes from different sporting denominations, including basketba...

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    Thursday, 30 November 2017 02:46
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    Thursday, 30 November 2017 02:52
  • PUP Says 90 Million Dollars Payment Is Borrow's Headache.

    Thursday, 30 November 2017 02:54
  • Hurricane Season About To End.

    Thursday, 30 November 2017 02:59
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  • Minister of Health Paves a Section of Road Passing infront of his Home

    This next story, captured on tape while our news team was tracking down a story in Corozal, was just too good to pass up. While driving around town we came across this beautiful stretch of freshly paved road. It’s not a large stretch of road by any mean...
  • Could the BSCFA be Facing Decertification

    Rumors spread like wildfire this morning that the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association would be decertified by Fair Trade due to a number of irregularities found during an intensive audit conducted by members of FLOCERT. If you have been following the up...
  • Three Minors Charged for the Death of a19 year old

    This afternoon 19 year old Shamir Gonzalez was laid to rest by his family and friends. And while we are sure that there is no consolation to be had when it comes to the death of a loved one, this morning three minors were arraigned at the Orange Walk Magi...
  • BSI Experiences Boiler Problems

    The last time operations at the BSI Factory came to a full stop was on February 11th when the 2010/2011 crop was interrupted for more than 18 days due to two malfunctioning turbines belonging to BELGOGEN. Tonight news is that the factory is once again shu...
  • Mexican Nationals Celebrate Cinco de Mayo

    Chances are that if you live in, Los Angeles, Chicago or Washington DC, and you have friends of Mexican Nationality you might know that today is a very special day for them. Mexicans worldwide are today celebrating (el cinco de Mayo) or the 5th of May. Th...
  • A look at two Senior Citizens to be Honoured for Mothers Day

    On Tuesday we told about a special program organized by the Institute of Creative Arts Orange Walk in commemoration of Mothers Day celebrated on May 10th. The program is called “Honoring and Appreciating Our Senior Moms” and the name says it all since...
  • Medical Brigade Team Provides Free Health Clinic

    In the last week of March and the first week of April 2011 a Medical Brigade Team comprised of members of the United States Army provided free health clinics to rural areas in the north. The free health clinic attracted Orange Walkenos by the hundreds and...
  • Son Threatens Mother with a Machete

    A mother from Calcutta Village has made a report against her son after he threatened her life. Geraldine Bradley a 49 year old resident of Calcutta Village told police that whilst at home her son Erwin Rancharan started behaving strangely. Bradley tri...
  • Mexican National Jose Luis Beltran back in Court

    Mexican national Jose Luis Beltran has been in and out of court after he was detained by Corozal police. Beltran was arrested after he was found in possession of a .25 caliber pistol and nine rounds of ammunition along with 18 U.S$100 counterfeit notes wh...
  • Woman brings Charges against her Husband for Domestic Abuse

    Many times we hear about domestic abuse cases which go unreported. Women and sometimes even men decide to keep silent because of several reasons. But that is not the case when it comes to a woman living in the Village of Pathchakan who decided to speak ou...
  • Four Persons Including Three Minors Detained for Shamir’s Murder

    And while Shamir’s family is mourning his death and screaming for justice, Orange Walk Police have detained four persons including three minors and have their own version of what happened yesterday. According to police reports investigations have re...
  • Family of Murdered Victim Speaks Out

    The senseless death of 19 year old Shamir Gonzales has left his family, friends and residents of the Louisiana Area in shock. Gonzalez who was studying to be an electrician at ITVET Orange Walk was hit with a pipe on the back of the head by 17 year old Ab...
  • ICA Hosts Mother's Day Program

    On Tuesday May 10th mothers across the globe will be honored by their loved ones for Mother’s Day. Here in Orange Walk the celebration starts on Sunday with a number of activities organized in mom’s honor. One of those activities has been set up by th...
  • Gaspar Vega's Convention Flops

    On Sunday, Deputy Prime Minister and Orange Walk North Area Representative Gaspar Vega held his endorsement convention in Trial Farm, and by all reports we have received it was a singularly unremarkable affair. Our news team at CTV-3 didn’t get arou...
  • PUP Announces Changes in PUP Executive

    Today the People’s United Party held a National Executive meeting at Independence Hall and immediately after issued a release announcing changes within the Party which has set the political grapevine buzzing. The less startling news coming out of th...
  • Supt. Miguel Guzman Transferred to Belmopan HQ

    Superintendent Miguel Guzman has been at the forefront of the fight against crime as OC of the Corozal Police Department for the past two years and half. But sometime this week there will be a new Sheriff in town, as the seasoned law enforcement officer i...
  • Bullet Catcher Donated to Corozal Police

    Do you know what a bullet catcher is? Well, the name probably says it all - it’s a piece of equipment used to catch bullets. The bullet catcher is mostly used by Police Departments for ballistic purposes. Here in Belize there are no ballistic facilities...
  • Police Investigate Burglary in Corozal

    Corozal Police are also investigating a burglary that has left a 54 year old businessman out of more than $12,000 in cash and jewelry. Fernando Williams, a villager of Calcutta, told Police that yesterday between 9:00am and 11:45am his room situated on th...
  • Man Shot in Foiled Robbery Charged

    On Holy Thursday at around 9:30pm two armed robbers decided to target a Chinese store located on Zericote Street in Orange Walk Town. It was the typical plan to walk in armed and come out loaded with cash but things didn’t go quite as planned for the ro...
  • Burglar Charged for Carnal Knowledge

    Yesterday Zamir Vivas was charged for the April 22nd burglary at Sai-Sidhi Store located at the Corozal Commercial Free Zone after being on the run for more than a week. But apparently Vivas had other skeletons in his closet and was also charged today for...