Opposition Leader CommitsTto Proper Government Audits

Opposition Leader Hon. John Briceno has expressed grave concern that the figures presented by Prime ...

Police Finally Make Move On Victor Cituk's Case

You might remember aggrieved Corozal resident, Victor Cituk. The 36 year old resident of Corozal Tow...

Standard & Poor Lowers Belize's Long Term Foreign Currency

Standards and Poor Global Ratings has lowered its long-term foreign currency rating on Belize to sel...

Twenty Three Year Old Killed In Traffic Accident

The family of a twenty three old Orange Walkeno is tonight mourning his death after his life came to...

Immigration Clerk Discloses Penner Brought Chinese National For Application

Today, the Immigration clerk who was centrally involved in processing the passport application for t...

  • Opposition Leader CommitsTto Proper Government Audits

    Wednesday, 22 March 2017 02:21
  • Police Finally Make Move On Victor Cituk's Case

    Wednesday, 22 March 2017 02:25
  • Standard & Poor Lowers Belize's Long Term Foreign Currency

    Wednesday, 22 March 2017 02:42
  • Twenty Three Year Old Killed In Traffic Accident

    Thursday, 23 March 2017 02:55
  • Immigration Clerk Discloses Penner Brought Chinese National For Application

    Thursday, 23 March 2017 02:58

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  • Local Potato Producer In Verge Of Losing Thousands Of Dollars

    Potato farmers from the community of San Carlos here in Orange Walk stand to lose tens of thousands of dollars because their locally grown product is being cast out of the local market by imported potatoes, which continue to saturate vegetable stands and ...
  • MOW Messes Streets In Orange Walk East, Who Is To Blame?

    Since the beginning of 2017 the Orange Walk Town Council made a commitment to the residents of Orange Walk East to work on streets in the area which are in desperate need of repair. Although the council has been keeping with their mandate, and commenced w...
  • Senior Immigration Disputes Ruth Meighan Statement

    Yesterday, Former Officer in Charge of the Nationality and Permanent Residence Sections of the Immigration Department, Gordon Wade, appeared before the Senate Select Committee and attempted to distance himself from any wrongdoing cited in the Auditor Gene...
  • More Street Works Coming To Orange Walk

    Since taking office in 2012 the Orange Walk Town Council has been hard at work in improving infrastructure in our Town and have successfully rehabilitated a total of 35 streets across town in addition to five drainage projects and cemented 8 intersections...
  • Pedestrian Ramp Completed By Solomon's' School

    Earlier in the week we told you about the works being carried out by the Orange Walk Town Council to construct a pedestrian ramp in front of the Salomon’s Seven Day Adventist School, a project, which the school and surrounding residents have been advoca...
  • Truckers Back At Work But For How Long?

    Yesterday we told you about the small protest carried out in front of the Sugar mill at BSI/ASR by the men responsible for driving the trucks that deliver the company’s cane quota to the factory in their pursuit of fair treatment. As reported yesterday ...
  • Another Rise In Fuel Prices

    Just last week consumers received some much needed release as the prices in fuel saw a small reduction, but those low prices were short lived as fuel prices will see a hike effective midnight. So…if your gas tank is running near empty, our advice to you...
  • A Call For Gaspar Vega To Resign

    On October seventeenth of last year, Former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture, Hon. Gaspar Vega resigned from cabinet following the unearthing of land scandals involving his son Andre Vega and UDP insider Sharon Pitts, which cost GOB almos...
  • Senior Immigration Officer Testifies Before Senate Select Committee

    Former Officer in Charge of the Nationality Department, Gordon Wade, appeared before the Senate Select Committee today as it held its eighth hearing session as part of a probe into the Auditor General’s special audit report into Immigration irregulariti...
  • Opposition Leader Explains Why Members Voted In Favor Of Bill To Protect Belize's Assets

    A special Sitting of the House of Representatives was called on Friday where two new bills were debated. Both bills were basically designed to protect Belize's foreign reserves from, Belize Social Development Limited and Caribbean Investment Holdings Limi...
  • Opposition Leader Shares Solutions For Super Bond Issue

    Belize’s depressed economy has taken center stage in national discussions for quite some time now and even more so recently following GOB’s failed attempt at re-negotiation Super Bond 3.0. A few days ago the Government offered bond holders to bring th...
  • Corozal Taxi Driver Alleges Police Extorted Him

    A well-known taxi driver from Corozal is making some serious allegations against a couple Orange Walk Police officers who he says stole money from him. Jorge Sanchez, better known as Chino, says that he had driven to Orange Walk last night to deliver some...
  • Nanes Captured By Mexican Authorities

    David Nanes Schnitzer – the name made headlines back in November 2015 – when it was discovered that the man who was wanted by Mexico authorities for alleged international scams was caught hiding in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye. Schnitzer, who had develo...
  • Education Minister Attacks BNTU And COLA

    But Prime Minister Dean Barrow didn’t have a similar response for his colleague Deputy Prime Minister Hon. Patrick Faber who prior to Hon. Espat’s comments, had gone off on a tirade. In fact, while the P.M. called for bi-partisanship at Friday’s mee...
  • Espat Back in The House Of Representatives

    An issue that was fully overlooked from last week Friday’s House of Representatives meeting was the return of Cayo South area representative Hon. Julius Espat to the House. Since his forced suspension in August 26th, when he was removed violently by mem...
  • Much Needed Pedestrian Ramp Constructed In O/W

    Since the tragic death of nine year old Geraldo Lopez, a student of Solomon’s SDA Primary School which occurred back in December of 2015, the administration and staff of the school had been advocating for the construction of a pedestrian ramp which they...
  • Opposition Passes Four Resolutions And Makes Demands

    As mentioned earlier in the newscast the People’s United Party held the first National Party Council meeting of the New Year here in Orange Walk where Party Leaders and supporters gathered to discuss matters affecting the nation. The N.P.C. discussed an...
  • Is There Corruption In The Immigration And Nationality Department?

    Viewers may remember that attempts made by Opposition Leader John Briceno at Friday’s House sitting to discuss proceedings of the Senate Select Committee into the Immigration scandal including revelations made by former Director Ruth Meighan, were immed...
  • Opposition Leader Speakers On Revelations During Inquiry

    Over the weekend the People’s United Party held its first National Party Council meeting for the New Year at the Crystal Palace Auditorium, here in Orange Walk. But we’ll tell you more on the meeting later on in the news cast, first we cover an extens...
  • Miss Belize Dazzles In The Philippines

    With the highly anticipated 65th Miss Universe Pageant scheduled to kick off in only three days in the Philippines, the competition has evidently become much more intense as all eighty six beauty ambassadors continue to work tirelessly to obtain the covet...