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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  • Appeal Denied Belize One Hundred Million In The Hole

    Belize today suffered a major loss and setback in international litigation against the Ashcroft Alliance. Back in December, the United States’ acting Solicitor General, Ian Ger-sheng-orn advised the US Supreme Court to refuse to hear an appeal that the ...
  • High Speed Chase Leads To Suspected Marijuana

    In Friday’s newscast we reported on the drug trafficking case being investigated by police which involved a high speed chase between cops and this grey Jeep in the village of Trial Farm. As mentioned on Friday, Orange Walk Police intercepted the vehicle...
  • Was Fetus Aborted In Church Bathroom In Patchakan Village?

    There is a very strange report coming from Patchakan Village today. On Sunday afternoon, as the administrators of the Catholic Church in the community were cleaning up the compound after holding a Patron Saint Day activity the day before, they discovered ...
  • Bus Driver And Conductor Held Up By Armed Robbers

    Armed robbers held up a Valencia bus driver and conductor in Corozal Town last night. The bus had arrived in Corozal Town on its regular schedule about 8:20pm and the bus driver 45 year old Carlos Canelo had parked the bus on 6th Street South, when out of...
  • Police Suspect Child Molester Abducted Thirteen Year Old

    Local authorities are tonight asking for your help in locating 13 year old Anaseily Gonzalez, who was last seen on Friday, December 6th boarding a bus to her home village of Chunox in the Corozal District. It is alleged that the teen was kidnapped by h...
  • Guatemala Continue To Invade Belizean Waters

    The Belize Territorial Volunteers led by Wil Maheia and their monitoring of the southern waters and the continued encroachment by illegal Guatemalan fisherfolk has not relented into the New Year. Today Maheia visited media houses to alert Belizeans that t...
  • Former Immigration Director Discusses Political Culture At Immigration Department

    As you heard in our report of the Senate hearings earlier, the name Elvin Penner kept surfacing. Penner, you would recall, was in the thick of the 2013 immigration scandal involving illegal nationality and passport granted to South Korean national Won Hon...
  • Senate Committee Exposes Weakness In VISA Application Process

    Even though she was moved from the Immigration Department in September 2013, following the Penner/Won Hong Kim scandal, Marin’s name has been called out in numerous reports that followed. Most recent, the Auditor General’s special audit report named M...
  • Former Immigration Director Says Passport System Must Be Wiped Up Clean

    The Senate Special Select Committee hearings into the Auditor General’s report on Visa, Nationality and Passport irregularities continued today at the National Assembly in Belmopan with the cross-examination of former Director of Immigration Maria Marin...
  • Former Speaker Of The House Sworn In As New Attorney General

    This morning Hon. Michael Peyrefitte was sworn-in as Attorney General before the Governor General of Belize, H.E. Sir Colville Young at the Belize House in Belmopan. The former Speaker of the House of Representatives succeeds Senator Hon. Vanessa Retre...
  • Corozal Resident Knocked Down

    A Ranchito family has started the New Year with some terrible news after their loved one passed away in a road traffic accident on Monday evening just outside Xaibe Village. 47 year old Valdemar Cawich, better known to his friends as “Baby”, was dr...
  • Teachers In Corozal Ditch The Classrooms

    The Belize National Teacher’s Union’s insistence that classes should open on January 9th instead of the Ministry of education’s advised date –January 3rd – seems to have been resoundingly accepted by teachers and even parents at most schools in ...
  • Teachers Country Wide Stay Away From Classrooms

    The gates of most Primary and Secondary schools remained closed here in Orange Walk today, contrary to what had been decided by the Ministry of Education and Managers of Pre, Primary and Secondary schools who decided that classes were to resume today, Jan...
  • BNTU And MOE Try To Solve Their Issues Out Of Court

    On December 16th, officials of the Ministry of Education and executives of the Belize National Teacher’s Union met at the Supreme Court where their respective attorneys informed the Chief Justice that they were accepting his advice to seek mediation to ...
  • More Delays On Dorian Pakeman Case

    Approximately nine months have gone by since the death of Gardenia resident 45 year old Dean Dawson and still no charges have been levied against Director of the Government Press Office Dorian Pakeman, the man believed to be responsible for causing the ac...
  • San Andres Chairman Demands That Roads Be Fix

    Christmas has come and gone and the Chairman of San Andres Glenford “Choco” Melvin did not get one of his Christmas wishes. This wish was to see the roads in his community free of pot holes. The main San Andres Road, particularly a section about 900 f...
  • BAPSS Sides With Ministry Of Education With Reopening of Classes

    While the BNTU has made clear their position of returning to the classroom until Monday January 9th, the Belize Association of Principals of Secondary Schools, (BAPSS) and the Belize Association of General Managers of Pre and Primary schools reiterated to...
  • Tug And War Between MOE And BNTU

    Students, parents and even teachers are caught in what has become a thug of war between the Ministry of Education and the Belize National Teacher’s Union over which date classes should resume, following the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. As you...
  • BNTU Sticks To Its Guns, Classes Reopens January 9th

    Tonight the burning question on everyone’s mind continues to be, will classes resume early in the new year- on January third? That continuous to be the date implemented by the Ministry of Education and the School Managements but the BNTU tonight remains...
  • Chinese Business Woman Shot During Arm Robbery

    Forty two year old Belizean Chinese businesswoman, Yan Zhen Yu is lucky to be alive tonight after she was shot last night while at her business establishment, Taisan Supermarket located in the Louisiana Area here in Orange Walk Town. Reports indicate t...