COLA Demands GOB Bust Open The Books On Faber's Road Contract

And as we told you last week, COLA is also highly sceptical of the million dollar contract and has e...

Franz Parke Is Appointed To The Courts Of Appeal Despite Growing Opposition

Despite growing opposition, this morning Governor General Sir Colville Young proceeded with the appo...

PUP Says 8 Million Dollars Farbers Road Contract Is Bloated

The controversy continues over a contract awarded by the Ministry of Works to Imer Hernandez Develop...

BNTU Scold PM Barrow And Demands Answers By October 20th

On October 3rd, the Belize National Teacher’s Union held a special ceremony in Belize City to commem...

Opposition Leader Weighs In Over The $8 Million Contract To Imer Hernandez

Yesterday the Opposition voiced their concerns over the awarding of an $8 million contract to Imer H...

  • COLA Demands GOB Bust Open The Books On Faber's Road Contract

    Tuesday, 17 October 2017 02:37
  • Franz Parke Is Appointed To The Courts Of Appeal Despite Growing Opposition

    Tuesday, 17 October 2017 02:42
  • PUP Says 8 Million Dollars Farbers Road Contract Is Bloated

    Tuesday, 17 October 2017 02:59
  • BNTU Scold PM Barrow And Demands Answers By October 20th

    Tuesday, 17 October 2017 03:05
  • Opposition Leader Weighs In Over The $8 Million Contract To Imer Hernandez

    Wednesday, 18 October 2017 03:05

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  • Students target the highway to raise funds

    Students from San Jose Government School were conducting a dollar drive this morning on the northern highway. The initiative arose after the school saw the need to fund raise to be able to construct a stage and a gazebo at the school grounds. Teacher Omar...
  • CJC Students portray marketing skills

    Corozal Junior College alumni were today exhibited their work for the general public, as the institution held its annual expo where students exhibited their business, science, and English language projects. In addition different businesses from the commu...
  • Death surprises man while going home

    A man from the Village of Chan Pine Ridge is dead tonight after he was knocked down by a cane truck while coming from work at around 6:00 yesterday evening. When we arrived at the roundabout located by Bowen and Bowen Limited Orange Walk Branch, 38 year o...
  • Junior Karate Championship Scheduled for this Weekend

    Karate is a martial art developed in Japan back in the 19th century. Over the years this martial art has been spreading around the world and more and more persons are becoming interested in the discipline. Here in Belize martial arts has become a very pop...
  • 22 Women from Guinea Grass Graduate

    Five months ago Guinea Grass Village Councilor Noemi Disus approached 33 women from the village and asked them if they wanted to learn a trade in order to earn some extra cash in their free time. The women agreed and started to take cake decorating classe...
  • OW Mayor Claims Disrespect by Minister of Transport

    A few weeks ago when we spoke to Mayor of Orange Walk Town Phillip de la Fuente, he told us about a project which was set to get started here in town. That project included cementing the entire area near the Barracks where buses usually park. Today we wer...
  • High Energy Gang Members in San Lorenzo

    Remember when Prime Minister Dean Barrow said that he would dispatch 15 high energy gang members to rural areas? And remember when we told you that at least five of them were coming to Orange Walk Town? Well, he wasn’t lying – he did send them. And we...
  • Fuel Increases Will Force Cost of Living Increase

    Two days ago fuel prices skyrocketed again, and in the case of premium gasoline it passed the $12.00 mark. With the new increases which came into effect at midnight on April 12th, the price for a gallon of premium gasoline went from $11.57 to $12.21 while...
  • Onion Crisis Cripples Local Producers

    Our news teams have travelled to three locations in the north of the country – Cristo Rey, Little Belize and San Carlos – and everywhere we go the story is the same. There is an onion crisis. Farmers through no fault of their own are in real danger of...
  • Primary Schools participate in Festival of Arts

    While the morning was allocated to the best, brightest and most talented from the rural areas of the district, this afternoon primary schools from the Orange Walk District had their time to shine, and shine they did. This afternoon’s Festival of Arts wa...
  • 2011 Band Fest comes to Orange Walk

    The Annual Band Fest is coming to Orange Walk Town this weekend, and to say that it is a much anticipated event would be an understatement. This morning when we passed by the People’s Stadium preparations were already underway for the battle of the band...
  • Festival of Arts gets underway

    Every year the Ministry of Education schedules a day for preschools and for primary schools to showcase drama, singing, and dance presentations. The day is called the Festival of Arts, and is an event eagerly anticipated by the students, their teachers an...
  • Man charged for drug possesion

    Tonight a resident of San Estevan is behind bars after he busted on a bus with drugs in his possession. According to an official report, yesterday at about 1:30pm Police conducted a search on 30 year old Melvin Perdomo, who was travelling on a Tillett’s...
  • Men acquitted for 2004 Belize Bank robbery

    The broad daylight bank robbery at the Belize Bank Limited Orange Walk Branch in March of 2004 left residents shaken, especially after a shootout between the five men who entered the bank and Orange Walk Police led to the death of one of the robbers. ...
  • Orange Walk men held at gunpoint

    Three men from the Orange Walk District, all employees of the Circle R Food Supply Company, were victims of a vicious armed robbery last night in Belize City. Reports are that at around 9:00 last night two trucks belonging to the company were returnin...
  • U.S fugitive captured in Corozal Town

    Fugitives from the United States for some reason seem to consider Belize a safe haven where they can hide from justice indefinitely. That may have been the case at one time when technology and communication between law enforcement officials globally weren...
  • Shyne concert

    If we were a newspaper rather than a newscast, the headline would probably read – Belize’s Musical Ambassador Accused of Scamming Belizeans – or maybe – Prime Minister’s Son on the Run after Concert Con…well, you get the picture. On Saturd...
  • Prime Minister's Condones attack on woman

    When the U.D.P’s Guardian newspaper published an offensive photograph of the President of the United Women’s Group of the People’s United Party on the front page of their March 17th edition, it sent shock waves across the nation. Women’s groups f...
  • Work on Sugar Industry turbines moving slowly but surely

    There is still trouble in the sugar industry. After the 2011 cane crop got off to a late start, the Belize Sugar Industries factory had to be temporarily shut down due to malfunctioning turbines at the BELCOGEN plant. Late last week, things were lookin...
  • Murder conspirators of Shoman Family back in Court

    The five men who are on trial for allegedly plotting to kill businessman, Jose Shoman, and his family were back in court for the umpteenth time.  This morning, Justice Adolph Lucas instructed the nine member jury to acquit Eswin Rozalez, Carlos Ju...