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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  • Trouble Brewing in the Transport Industry

    Last night we told you about the letter that was written to the CEO in the Department of Transport Candelaria Saldivar by 11 Northern Bus Operators who are completely dissatisfied with the new routes and schedules issued to them during a meeting held on T...
  • Alleged Hit set for News Editor and Prominent Businessman

    At news time tonight, word coming out of Belize City is that Channel 7’s news editor Jules Vasquez and prominent businessman Lascelle Arnold are claiming that they narrowly averted death after a contract was put on them. We haven’t gotten all the ...
  • Corozal Mayor Hilberto Campos Denies Allegations

    On Monday night CTV-3 reported on allegations coming out of Corozal concerning an audit which turned up financial discrepancies which resulted in the termination of Town Administrator Carlos Sawyers. Since then we’ve been digging, but like with most sto...
  • Belizean Police Officers Recieve Ballistics Training

    Forty members of the Belize Police Department and the Belize National Forensic Science Services are currently participating in a five day training course on Forensic Ballistics conducted by a specialist from the Mexican Federal Attorney General’s Office...
  • O.L.O.G. RC School Holds Cultural Expo

    Our news teams have covered all different types of expos and exhibitions in every corner of the north, and have thoroughly enjoyed every experience. Today, we were invited to a cultural expo held by the Our Lady of Guadalupe RC School in Altamira, Corozal...
  • PUP Leader Talks About National Executive Changes

    Last night as PUP Leader John Briceno addressed his constituents we took the opportunity to ask him about the recent changes in the National Executive of the PUP. Those changes, including the return of Area Representatives Mark Espat and Cordel Hyde to th...
  • OW Bus Operators Say 'NO' To Northern Zoning

    Bus operators from the Orange Walk District are furious after a meeting held yesterday in Belmopan with the Minister of Transport Melvin Hulse and members of his ministry. In fact, we understand that all 11 bus operators walked out of the meeting yesterda...
  • PUP Leader John Briceno Holds Neighbourhood Meeting

    The responsibilities of a good area representative are many, especially at a time when the nation is faced with crippling issues piled up like hurdles. So imagine the case of an area representative turned leader of the PUP, who is suddenly faced with new ...
  • Man Tells Judge He is a Spy

    Today a man from Orange Walk revealed to the Court that he is actually a spy in our country, one of four agents conducting industrial espionage. In May 2010, Kitlin Valdez was apprehended by Police after he robbed the People’s Store. He was charged ...
  • Case Adjourned for Two Men Accused of Murder

    Also appearing on murder charges at the Magistrate’s Court today were Benedicto Tillett and Giovanni Diaz. Both young men are accused of killing 26 year old Josue Velasquez of San Lazaro Village. It is believed that on the 8th of March 2010 both Ben...
  • Accused Murderer Osmar Sabido Returns to Court

    Today accused murderer Osmar Sabido appeared in Court for the third time since his arrest on February 28th. Sabido was charged for fatally stabbing Christie Carrasco as she arrived in front of her home at the San Lorenzo Housing Site. Today Sabido’s...
  • 15 Women Showcase Cake Decorating Skills

    Fifteen women in our community have today mastered the art of not only creating scrumptious cakes, but fabulously decorated ones as well. These women graduated from a 12 week program sponsored by the Institute of Creative Arts here in Orange Walk, and alt...
  • La Inmaculada Holds Spelling B Competition

    It wasn’t the Coca-Cola Spelling B, but it had all the pomp, ceremony, organization and enthusiasm of that much larger annual event. This morning 10 Infant Two students from La Inmaculada took center stage in the auditorium to test their spelling skills...
  • Galen Offers Business Program in OW

    Galen University, established in Belize in May 2003, has gained recognition as one of the premier educational institutions in the country, offering programs at the undergraduate, graduate and professional level in business, arts and sciences, and educatio...
  • FFB Proposes New Football League

    Last week a press release from the Football Federation of Belize carried the surprising news that the FFB as we know it is looking to hang up its hat. But don’t get excited just yet. What is actually being proposed, according to the release, is the form...
  • Customs Collaborate in Santa Cruz Clean-up

    What comes to mind when you hear the words Santa Cruz and Customs Department in the same sentence? Yes, we know exactly what you’re thinking but in this case you would be very wrong. This morning our news team headed to Santa Cruz where a day long clean...
  • $600 Fine for Stealing $40 Bike

    A resident of Trial Farm ended up having to pay $600 for a bike worth $40 today. Marlon Carrillo was taken to Court by Patricia Reid who claims that on the 25th of April she had her bike parked at home when Marlon Carrillo took off with it. Reid made ...
  • Neighbours Fight Over Stolen Cell-phone

    Traditional wisdom dictates that neighbours should be, for lack of a better word, neighbourly, sharing sugar and stuff…but that’s certainly not the case we found in Orange Walk Magistrate’s Court today between two neighbours from Guadalupe Street. C...
  • Corozal Supreme Court Session Opens

    The Supreme Court session for the Corozal District officially opened today, and at least nine cases will go to trial during this session. The first case file on the list is for Eusebio Campos who is being charged with maim and attempted murder. The ca...
  • La Inmaculada Holds Math Marathon

    La Inmaculada School has organized a series of activities in commemoration of education week which is being celebrated from the 3rd to the 15th of May. The theme for this year is “Education empowers: Creating change, nurturing minds, embracing the futur...