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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  • Controversy On Re-opening Of School

    The dispute between the Belize National Teachers Union and the Ministry of Education, over the makeup time for the eleven days strike taken by BNTU, continues to unfold. As viewers may be aware, the Ministry of Education along with school managements agre...
  • Noble Refuses To Provide Specimen for Examination

    Earlier you heard Noble’s attorney accusing the Police of pandering to the public pressure and acting prematurely in proceeding to place charges on his client. Well, the police prosecutor in the case Assistant Commissioner of Police Chester Williams rej...
  • UDP Mouthpiece Knocks Down and Kills Bicycle Rider

    Alfonso Noble, the Editor of the El Guardian newspaper, which is the newspaper organ of the United Democratic Party, and also a well-known co-host of the UDP morning radio show on Wave Radio, was arraigned in Court this morning after he reportedly knocked...
  • Custom Officer Takes Police Officer To Court

    Before the Christmas break, we had reported on an incident at the northern border between a Police Officer and the head of the Customs designated for the area. The reports had not been fully confirmed because neither side wanted to speak to the press abou...
  • Seven Injured In Traffic Accident Near Carmelita Village

    Also on Friday night, as many as 7 individuals including 4 minors were injured in a traffic accident, this time near mile 42 on the Philip Goldson Highway. According to Orange Walk Police, acting upon information received of a traffic accident near the Cr...
  • Mennonite Knocked Down And Killed In Orange Walk

    A seventeen year old boy is tonight dead, following a fatal traffic accident just one day before Christmas Eve on the August Pine Ridge Road. Reports from Orange Walk Police indicate that the victim, Benjamin Grant of Shipyard camp 23, and his older broth...
  • Centaurs' Corozal Winner Collects His Prize

    A lucky Centaur Cable customer has already felt maximum Christmas cheer when he came by the Centaur office on 4th Avenue to pick up his Christmas raffle grand prize. 76 year old Feliciano Tun of 8th North Street here in Corozal Town was selected as ...
  • No Charges Against Pakeman As Yet

    Popular mechanic Dean Dawson of Gardenia village was killed in an accident on the Philip Goldson highway back in March this year involving the Director of the Government Press Office, Dorian Pakeman. But a full 10 months and a half later, there has...
  • MAMAS Continue To Empower Women

    There are a number of initiatives that are carried out across the north to empower women in society. One group however, has without a doubt left their mark here in the Orange Walk District, Mujeres Ayudando A Mujeres a Superarse, MAMAS has been operating ...
  • Orange Walk COPS Gear Up To Fight Crime

    The Orange Walk Police Formation has undertaken several security measures in an attempt to minimize the level of crime throughout our town in sight of the fast approaching Christmas season. The reason for that is the fact that majority of culprits seem to...
  • BBB Concern About Belize's Increasing Debt

    The Belize Business Bureau, which is a chartered private business sector group, has raised alarm over the economic situation in the country. The Bureau issued a release today indicated that it is concerned that Belize is at risk of devaluation if the stat...
  • A Double Murder In Belize Thirty Eight Years Ago, One Man Is Charged

    A 75 year old elderly man has been arrested in California for a killing that happened in Belizean waters over 38 years ago. Two British students, Peta Frampton, and her boyfriend Christopher Farmer came to Belize on vacation in June of 1978, the couple hi...
  • Human Smugglers Got Belizean Passports And Nationality

    There have been numerous reports of Human Smuggling rings in Belize. There have been Police arrests and confiscation of vehicles in the past, but no significant bust of any sort of operation. But perhaps greater efforts will or are going towards cracking ...
  • More Visa Irregularities

    Still on the topic of visas, the hearing took time to look over the process of distribution by Foreign Service offices. The Auditor General’s report cited that there were a number of irregularities in the processing of visas by embassies and consulates....
  • Senate Committee Questions How Visas Were Illegally Sanctioned

    There were also other cases of visas illegally sanctioned by the Ministry of Immigration. One such case reviewed during the hearing had the Chairman Senator Aldo Salazar ask, “how did that happen??!!”. Aldo Salazar, Chairman, Senate Select Commi...
  • Auditor General Speaks On Mismanagement In VISAS And Nationality Section

    In last night’s newscast, we showed you snippets of the Senate Special Select Committee hearing on the Auditor General’s special audit into immigration department. Tonight we continue to air several aspects that caught our attention. Firstly, in...
  • Armed Robbery at Chinese Store in Corozal

    Corozal Police are investigating the armed robbery of a Chinese store in the Santa Rita area of Corozal Town on Tuesday night. Two armed robbers targeted Ban Store located on Mile 85 on the Phillip Goldson highway just before the store closed its shutt...
  • Teachers Wont Cut Their Holiday Short

    Last month we told you that the Ministry of Education had announced its decision to include six additional days to the school calendar in order to make up for the time lost as a result of the eleven days of strike carried out by the Belize National Teache...
  • AG Says GOB Will Take Vega and Pitts To Court

    The Attorney General also provided an update on two of the highly questionable land deals. The first one is the compensation deals for Andre Vega and Sharon Pitts that the Attorney General was looking to overturn and bring to a head with orders that will ...
  • Another Maya Mound Destroyed In OW For Land Fill

    Tonight the archeological Department of Belize is investigating the case of another Mayan Monument being destroyed here in the north. This time though, the ministry of Works is allegedly the one to blame for bulldozing the Mayan Mount located about 1.5 ki...