COLA Demands GOB Bust Open The Books On Faber's Road Contract

And as we told you last week, COLA is also highly sceptical of the million dollar contract and has e...

Franz Parke Is Appointed To The Courts Of Appeal Despite Growing Opposition

Despite growing opposition, this morning Governor General Sir Colville Young proceeded with the appo...

PUP Says 8 Million Dollars Farbers Road Contract Is Bloated

The controversy continues over a contract awarded by the Ministry of Works to Imer Hernandez Develop...

BNTU Scold PM Barrow And Demands Answers By October 20th

On October 3rd, the Belize National Teacher’s Union held a special ceremony in Belize City to commem...

Opposition Leader Weighs In Over The $8 Million Contract To Imer Hernandez

Yesterday the Opposition voiced their concerns over the awarding of an $8 million contract to Imer H...

  • COLA Demands GOB Bust Open The Books On Faber's Road Contract

    Tuesday, 17 October 2017 02:37
  • Franz Parke Is Appointed To The Courts Of Appeal Despite Growing Opposition

    Tuesday, 17 October 2017 02:42
  • PUP Says 8 Million Dollars Farbers Road Contract Is Bloated

    Tuesday, 17 October 2017 02:59
  • BNTU Scold PM Barrow And Demands Answers By October 20th

    Tuesday, 17 October 2017 03:05
  • Opposition Leader Weighs In Over The $8 Million Contract To Imer Hernandez

    Wednesday, 18 October 2017 03:05

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  • Loan Program for Cane Farmers Gets Underway

    There was a breakthrough in the Sugar Industry today as the Development Finance Corporation, DFC, launched its Sugar Cane Replanting Loan Program. The aim of the program is to increase the production of cane by offering a low interest loan to cane farmers...
  • Fish Market Fully Stocked for Easter

    For Belizeans blessed with a close proximity to bountiful waters, fish is a staple in most diets, but right about now as Good Friday approaches, the demand is even greater than normal. For Neto’s Fish Market, this is the time when they have to work over...
  • BMDC Saya Onion Crisis is Farmer's Fault

    From as far back as late February this news-station has been covering the onion crisis in the north. While the rest of the media seems to just be taking notice of an industry which stands to lose millions of dollars, we’ve travelled from Cristo Rey in C...
  • BNTU bashes the UDP

    The troubles of Prime Minister Dean Barrow and the UDP never seem to end, although it is hard to summon up even one iota of sympathy because it is all of their making. Today the Belize National Teacher’s Union, one of the largest in the country, issued ...
  • OW to Host Talent Search

    While a group of students pick up acting skills Donald Sandoval is also searching for talent. Sandoval, in collaboration with Savannah Wild Splash will be holding a Talent Search Competition on April 30th. Children between the ages of 7 to 17 who love to ...
  • 18 Students Participate in Drama Workshop

    High School and Primary School students are presently on Easter vacation, meaning that they have plenty of time to spare. But for a group of about 18 students Easter vacation is not about sitting at home idly - it’s about being able to participate in va...
  • OW Pastor Offers Easter Advice

    With the Easter weekend approaching, Belizeans are already making preparations depending on their priorities. Some have plans which include drinking and partying; others will relax with family and friends and many others will take the time to reflect on t...
  • Cancer Walk Boasts Unprecedented Success

    On Saturday morning the Orange Walk Cancer Support Group held its third annual Cancer Walk to remember those who have been taken away by cancer and to support those who have survived or are suffering from the deadly disease. The Cancer Walk is held every ...
  • Fuel Costs Kill Dollar Taxis

    We regret to inform you of the death of the very popular and much utilized ‘Dollar Taxis.’ Well maybe we should rephrase that – the taxis are still out there performing a valuable service – but that service won’t be costing you a dollar anymore....
  • Chan Chen Burglar Sought by Corozal Police

    Tonight Corozal Police are on the lookout for a resident of Chan Chen after a report of a burglary and assault. According to Petrolino Oba, on Sunday he found a man identified as Lazaro Copo inside his yard. Oba allegedly accosted Copo, conducted a search...
  • Corozal Cops Nab Two Accused Robbers

    An American national was robbed by two male persons who appeared to be armed with a firearm. John Owen, a guest at the Sea Breeze Hotel told Police that last week Thursday he was walking on 1st Avenue in Corozal Town when he was approached by two male per...
  • Mexican National Faces Counterfeit Charges

    Remember Mexican national Jose Luis Robles Beltran, who was detained by Corozal Police after he was found in possession of a .25 caliber pistol, nine rounds of ammunition and 18 $100US counterfeit notes while shopping at the Corozal Free Zone on February ...
  • National Karate Junior Championship held in O.W.

    Yesterday the Shotokan Karate Dojo in Orange Walk hosted the second annual National Junior Karate Championship. Seven dojos from across the country joined in the competition with participants raging from ages 4 to 17. The competition consisted of two ...
  • Ranchito PUP Village Council holds annual meeting

    Last year the people of Ranchito in the Corozal District voted in a PUP slate as their village council representatives, and one of the primary commitments of that council was transparency. It’s a commitment which the body takes very seriously, and on Su...
  • Band Fest 2011 attracts thousands of spectators

    Orange Walk was the center of attraction over the weekend, as thousands of Belizeans from all over the country made the trip to “Sugar City” to witness Bandfest 2011. The much advertised and anticipated event had the participation of over 14 marching ...
  • Hundreds of Orange Walkenos march against cancer

    The Orange Walk Cancer Support group is one of the biggest non-profit organizations in the community, assisting persons with cancer by providing them with access to medication and, perhaps just as important, offering support. Every year the group organize...
  • Easter Bunny comes early for children of Orange Walk East

    Easter is right around the corner and while for some children the four day holiday is all about being out of school on Easter vacation, for the younger ones it means egg hunting. And while some children will need to wait for Easter Sunday to hunt for thos...
  • San Lorenzo residents take measures to safeguard neighbourhood

    Last week we told you about the “high-energy” gang members that have been assigned to work and live here in Orange Walk Town. The five men now reside at the San Lorenzo Housing Site and their presence has made the residents very uncomfortable, to say ...
  • Orange Walk East UDP Executive Committee sends GOB to the curve

    In late March as the budget was being debated in the House of Representatives, the leadership of the United Democratic Party was very boldly criticized by one of their own. Well, at least he was one of their own back then, but no more, as Orange Walk East...
  • Mexican Embassy and Consulate closes for the Easter Holidays

    Due to the Long Easter Holiday starting from Friday April 22nd to Tuesday April 25th the Mexican Embassy in Belmopan, Belize City and the Honorary Mexican Consulate in Corozal will be closing its doors. CTV3 News understands that the consular services in ...