Will The Barrow Administration Honor CCJ Ruling And Pay Belize Bank?

What will the Barrow Administration do about the $89 million which the Caribbean Court of Justice ha...

What Will Be The Belize Banks Next Move?

Would Belize Bank seek an order to jail the Prime Minister for non-compliance with the CCJ’s order? ...

PUP Says 90 Million Dollars Payment Is Borrow's Headache.

The PUP’s Parliamentary Caucus met this evening to discuss the CCJ ruling and events leading up to t...

Hurricane Season About To End.

Tomorrow November 30 officially marks the end of the 2017 Atlantic Basin Hurricane season. As antici...

Belizean Athletes Represents At Central American Games

Over the past two weeks, Belizean athletes from different sporting denominations, including basketba...

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    Thursday, 30 November 2017 02:46
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    Thursday, 30 November 2017 02:52
  • PUP Says 90 Million Dollars Payment Is Borrow's Headache.

    Thursday, 30 November 2017 02:54
  • Hurricane Season About To End.

    Thursday, 30 November 2017 02:59
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    Wednesday, 13 December 2017 02:19

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  • Armed Robber Apologizes to Victim

    Tonight more details have emerged regarding the broad daylight robbery of Pay Day Advance in Corozal which was first reported on our newscast last night. Twenty three year old sales clerk Yesenia Marin told Police that she had just returned from lunch and...
  • Muffles Student Beaten to Death

    A Muffles Sixth Form student is dead after he was allegedly hit in the head with a piece of pipe at about 4:00 this evening. Our news team got the call and headed out immediately. Here’s that story. Carmelita Perez- Reporting This evening CTV-3 ...
  • Escaped Convict Captured by Police

    A 22 year old prisoner sentenced to one year imprisonment last week escaped police custody on Saturday. Edwin Chimal was sentenced at the Magistrate’s Court last week for the crime of theft. After the sentencing Chimal was imprisoned at the Corozal ...
  • Corozal Police Investigates Home Burglary

    Corozal Police are currently investigating a burglary which netted the perpetrators over $8,000 dollars worth of jewelry. 62 year old Mavis Myvett told Police that between 10:00am on Saturday and 7:45am on Sunday two of her bedrooms were ransacked. St...
  • Wanted man Captured by Corozal Police

    After a week as a wanted man, Zamir Vivas has been arrested by the Corozal Police and charged for the crime of burglary. A wanted poster for Vivas was circulated last week after the burglary of the Sai-Sidhi Store in the Corozal Commercial Free Zone, whic...
  • Stolen Computer items Recovered by Police

    Orange Walk Police have been able to recover one H.P Printer, three C.P.U.s, two monitors, one photocopier and one computer keyboard stolen from the San Pablo Community School this past Friday. The stolen items were found approximately three lots away fro...
  • CTV3 News Cameraman goes Undercover with O/W Police

    The war on drugs is an overwhelming one, considering that our small nation is the most popular and frequented transshipment zone to points north. Added to that is a chronic lack of resources and a lack of political will. But with that said, Police Departm...
  • Several Shots Reportedly Fired During Chase for Contraband Goods

    Details are still sketchy tonight but CTV3 News understands that late Sunday there was a gun-fire free for all in the village of Louisville in the Corozal District, and by all reports the culprits of what residents call a frightening ordeal are no other t...
  • Robbers take off with more than Eight Grand

    A broad daylight armed robbery in Corozal Town has left a money and pawn lending institution out of more than $8,000 worth of cash and jewelry. The incident happened at Pay Day Advance sometime before one this afternoon. Details are still sketchy but CTV3...
  • Cane Farmers Unable to Deliver 1.1 million Tons of Cane to the Factory

    Last night in our newscast BSI’s Manager of Research and Cane Farmer Relations Eduardo Zetina commended farmers for the quality of cane being brought into the factory, but at the same time called for an increase in the quantity. He claimed that for the ...
  • No Date Set for Implementation of new Bus Routes

    At the end of February all bus owners from the north were summoned to a meeting here in Orange Walk where they were informed by the Minister of Transport Melvin Hulse that there were going to be some changes in the way things were done. Those changes inc...
  • BSCFA Being Audited by Fair Trade

    Fair Trade sugar – it’s a certification which allows our Belizean product to command premium prices in foreign markets. And that’s not all. Sugar Cane stakeholders will tell you that there are a variety of very valuable benefits which have come our ...
  • Free Health Clinic Huge Success

    The free Health Clinic at the Joshua Evangelical Church located at the corner of Cuello’s Street and Pasadita Street was announced yesterday and today a huge crowd turned up and took advantage of the opportunity to get a general checkup or to consult wi...
  • Hit and Run Accident Leaves One Man Dead

    A male resident of San Antonio Village in the Cayo district was the victim of a hit and run accident in Corozal Town. At around 12:55 this morning Corozal Police was called to the scene between miles 84-85 on the Northern Highway where they observed the m...
  • Petition Circulated to Remove High Energy Gangsters

    Prime Minister Dean Barrow has come under far from favourable scrutiny lately for his decision to employ and relocate what he referred to as ‘high-energy’ gang members. In fact, some of that scrutiny has come from our neck of the woods, Orange Walk, w...
  • PUP East Executive Hosts Free Medical Clinic

    Tomorrow at eight in the morning there will be a clinic day held at the corner of Cuello’s Street and Pasadita Street at the Joshua Evangelical Church. The event is being organized by Dr. Marco Tulio Mendez and his East Executive Committee. Adolfino Vas...
  • Belizean Sugar to be Exported to the US

    When our news team spoke to BSI’s Manager of Research and Cane Farmer Relations Ed Zetina this morning, he told us that this year the factory plans to export between 14,000 and 16,000 tons of sugar to the US. According to Zetina, the market has been ava...
  • Northern Highway Drug Plane Trial Starts in OW

    On the 7th of March 2008 a twin engine Beechcraft plane with a Venezuelan flag on its tail wing landed at mile 41 on the Northern Highway. It is believed that the aircraft was refueling when it was intercepted by authorities. An exchange of gunfire damage...
  • BSI Says Quantity Delivered to Factory Must Increase

    BSI’s two turbines are up and running. That news was circulated via a press release sent out a couple days ago by the factory. With operations back to normal, we thought it would be a good time to drop in at BSI for a routine update on the industry whic...
  • Good Samaritan Hands over Van to Corozal Police

    The Corozal Police Department has received a donation in the form of a van from an American Good Samaritan living in the Consejo Shores Area. The individual, who preferred to remain anonymous, donated the 8 cylinder van to the Police a few days ago. The v...