PSU President Reinstated Under Conditions

On Saturday a special meeting was held at the Public Service Union headquarters in Belize City with ...

Sarteneja Resident Venture Into Food And Cosmetology Businesses

Back in January we had introduced the group of 30 men and women who were enrolled in a 6-month skill...

Guatemalans Detained For Panning For Gold In Belizean Territory

Over the weekend, a patrol unit consisting of BDF soldiers and an FCD Ranger managed to detain six G...

Orange Walk Resident Shot During Altercation With Custom And BDF Officers

Unconfirmed reports to CTV3 news is that a confrontation between Orange Walk residents and officials...

Regular and Diesel Prices Increase

If your gas tank is running close to empty, our advice to you would be to full up before midnight be...

  • PSU President Reinstated Under Conditions

    Tuesday, 15 August 2017 02:47
  • Sarteneja Resident Venture Into Food And Cosmetology Businesses

    Tuesday, 15 August 2017 02:49
  • Guatemalans Detained For Panning For Gold In Belizean Territory

    Tuesday, 15 August 2017 02:53
  • Orange Walk Resident Shot During Altercation With Custom And BDF Officers

    Wednesday, 16 August 2017 03:08
  • Regular and Diesel Prices Increase

    Wednesday, 16 August 2017 03:10

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  • San Joaquin Chopping Murder Turns Himself In

    Information to CTV-3 News is that 33 year old Arturo Tzul, who was sought by Corozal Police in relation to the chopping murder of 20 year old Amilcar Omar Morales Gonzalez and the wounding of 21 year old Doniver Ruano, turned himself into authorities over...
  • Corozal DYS Summer Program Kicks Off

    Summer has officially started and that means there will be host of summer activities in the Orange Walk and Corozal Districts. Here at CTV-3 News, we will do our part to keep track and highlight the events. Today we spoke to Corozal District Youth Officer...
  • Free Zone Workers Unhappy About New Immigration Rules

    Over the weekend, the northern border turned chaotic as Free Zone workers attempting to cross the Immigration point early in the morning to get to work in the Commercial Free Zone were told that they will be required to bring their passports or apply for ...
  • Opposition Leader John Briceno Concerned About Labor Stats

    Gaspar Vega’s Police security was just one of the matters that attracted a fiery back and forth in the House meeting held last Friday. Another issue was one brought up by the Opposition Leader Hon. John Briceno on the recently released labour force stat...
  • Magistrate Throws Out Case Against Pastor Wade, Cites Excessive Abuse Of Authority

    On May 19th, the outspoken Plus TV news director and Rise and Shine morning show host, Pastor Louis Wade, was summoned before the San Ignacio Magistrate Court where he was charged for “common assault” and “indecent words”. The charges came from cr...
  • Did Police Neglect Duties Following Report Of Suspicious Individuals Lurking In Downtown

    Yesterday we showed you our interview with well-known Corozal community activist and senior citizen Fred Orio who was the victim of a brazen assault and robbery. Orio explained that an individual entered his store located downtown Corozal and ambushed him...
  • US State Department Classifies Belize As Worst Traffic Offender In Central America

    The US State Department has issued its 2017 Trafficking in Persons Report - and similar to the past two years, Belize remained as a tier 3 country, classified as the worst trafficking offender in Central America. According to the report - which was rele...
  • Addy Pacheco Grilled By Senate

    As we mentioned earlier in the newscast, Immigration officer Ady Pacheco was back before the Senate Committee today, for a third interrogation session. In the seven months of Senate hearings, no other person has made as many appearances, and there is a re...
  • 2016/2017 Crop Ends On Friday

    After 30 weeks of milling, the 2016-2017 sugar cane crop season will officially come to a close on Friday June 30th, the announcement was made today by the Sugar Industry Control Board and the Sugar Cane Production Committee. This decision was taken after...
  • Was Boots' Visa Revoked?

    One final matter brought up in the Boots interview is the allegation that Edmond Castro is not the only UDP Minister who has had his U.S. visa revoked. There have actually been reports that Boots has had his travel visa cancelled, but today he claimed tha...
  • What Cabinet Discusses Is Secret Says Boots Martinez

    While the media had Minister Boots in front of the cameras he was also asked about the decision by Cabinet to monitor Ministers like him and political agents who were issuing recommendation letters for visa applicants. The question: why did the Cabinet fe...
  • Boots Categorizes The Senate Hearings As A Circus

    The hearings of the Senate Select Committee resumed today with a third, consecutive full day of interrogation of the former Assistant to the Officer in Charge in the Nationality Section, Ady Pacheco. While we have the highlights of her testimony, the day ...
  • Opposition Leader Says COMPOL Must Go

    PUP Leader Hon. John Briceno also took the time to respond to a number of issues that have been on the front burner lately, commencing with the swift release of the Castro brothers after they were detained for traffic violations and for assaulting a polic...
  • PUP Prepares For Municipal Election

    Last night we showed you the spirited launching of the Oppositions municipal team for Corozal Town led by 5-time Mr. Belize winner Rigo Vellos. This is the first municipal slate in the entire country, and according to PUP leader Hon. John Briceno who trav...
  • Oppositio Leader Weighs In On IMF Recommendations

    Ten days ago, an IMF team concluded an official 10-day visit to Belize conducting what is called an Article IV consultation. The visit was followed by the release of a preliminary statement in which the global financial institution warned that despite hav...
  • Another Black-eye For Belize Police Department.

    This past week was celebrated as Police week and throughout the country officers planned various activities geared at regaining the confidence of the public and clearing the department’s image which does not actually stand out with the community at the ...
  • Wanted Poster Issued For Man Suspected To Have Murdered 90 Year Old August Pine Ridge Resident

    The Orange Walk Police Department has issued a wanted poster for the man who they believe murdered ninety year old Pedro Pol approximately two weeks ago in the village of August Pine Ridge. He is twenty six year old Amin Ricardo Cho, a resident of Guinea ...
  • Guinea Grass Resident Accused of Dropping Drugs Inside Police Mobile

    A woman from the Village of Guinea Grass is tonight facing the long arms of the law after she allegedly dropped five grams of crack cocaine in the police mobile. Orange Walk cops were on mobile patrol on Friday June 23rd when they stopped and searched a m...
  • CZL Businessman Robbed Of More than $50,000

    There was a brazen robbery of a Corozal Town businessman in Ranchito Village in the Corozal District last Friday June 23rd afternoon. Avinash Deshmukh, an Indian store owner, was robbed of a large amount of money at gunpoint, just after he disembarked ...
  • Officer Not Complying With Minister's Request Had Bad Results, Says Pacheco

    In last night’s newscast, you also heard Pacheco’ testifying to the Committee that she felt intimidated by the presence of Ministers at the Immigration Department. The Immigration officer explained that when a Minister was involved with applications, ...