No Murder Charge As Yet In The Case of Braulia Pech

More than a month has gone by since the brutal killing of fifty-four- year-old Braulia Pech in the v...

New Species Of Shark Identified

A new species of shark has been identified as the Atlantic sixgill shark. The new species which for ...

Scotia Bank Belize Calls it Quits In Spanish Lookout And Placencia

Scotiabank Belize Limited made a public announcement yesterday informing the general public that it ...

  • No Murder Charge As Yet In The Case of Braulia Pech

    Wednesday, 21 February 2018 02:16
  • New Species Of Shark Identified

    Wednesday, 21 February 2018 02:20
  • Scotia Bank Belize Calls it Quits In Spanish Lookout And Placencia

    Wednesday, 21 February 2018 02:23

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  • Corozal resident wanted for Free Zone Burglary

    Corozal Police have tonight issued a wanted poster for Zamir Vivas, who is wanted in connection with the April 22nd burglary of Sai-Sidhi Store in the Corozal Commercial Free Zone. Corozal Police believe that Vivas, along with one Henry Lima and Keith Ben...
  • Corozal man Stays Homeless

    A man from the Corozal district is homeless tonight after his 28 foot by 36 foot concrete residence was engulfed in flames. On April 23rd, 37 year old Rygel Cob, a fisherman of Joseito Layout in the Corozal District, left home en route to Sarteneja Villag...
  • Corozal Police makes Huge Drug Bust

      Corozal Police made a big drug bust today after they searched a house located in the village of San Joaquin. At around 10:30 this morning Corozal Police executed a search warrant at the residence of 23 year old Farid Puck, a mechanic of San Joaquin Vi...
  • Vaccination Week Celebrated in the Americas

    The Public Health Departments in both the Corozal and Northern Regional hospitals have been working hard to increase awareness of the importance of adhering to vaccination guidelines. The immunization program is an ongoing and critical one, and with so la...
  • Orange Walk Twins Arrested in Cancun

    Details are still sketchy but CTV3 news understands that two men allegedly from Orange Walk were detained by Mexican authorities in Cancun on Thursday, April 21st. According to El Diario de Quintana Roo, 24 year old twin brothers Guilton Oswaldo and Walt...
  • San Carlos Onion Farmers Say BMDC Lied

    While most turmoil in the north is traditionally generated in the sugar industry, for the past two months it’s been all about onions – or should we say, all about onions which farmers have not been able to sell – hundreds of thousands of pounds of o...
  • Two Men Arrested for Corozal Free Zone Heist

    Two men from the Corozal District have been detained by Police after they burglarized a store at the Corozal Commercial Free Zone and tried to walk away with more than $118,000 in Mexican currency. On the 22nd of April free zone security officers were con...
  • Guinea Grass Resident Alleges Police Brutality

    A man from the village of Guinea Grass is tonight alleging that he was beaten by a Special Constable attached to Guinea Grass for no specific reason. This morning, 27 year old Otilio Garcia visited our studio and told us that sometime in the early hours o...
  • Four Shot in Attempted Robbery in Orange Walk

    While the rest of the Easter weekend would prove to be free of any significant criminal incident, it started off with a bang. On Thursday night a Chinese businessman from the Orange Walk District gave two burglars a taste of rough justice when he took ...
  • Easter Messages from Two Men of God

    As we head into the Easter season, Christianity is in the spotlight as the many faithful across the country hold their religious traditions close to heart and mind. But with all that said and done, the fact is that the faith which holds people together is...
  • Mexico Launches Children Painting Competition

    Are you a student between the ages of 8 and 12 and love to draw and paint? Then this is your opportunity to win a trip to Mexico for two from the 19th to the 25th of June with all expenses paid. The Mexican Embassy in Belize has launched its Children’s...
  • Catholic Church Plan Weekend Activities

    For faithful Catholics, the Church is organizing a series of activities for the weekend leading up to the end of Lent. The activities start tonight with the washing of the feet. Its symbolism dates back to the New Testament when Jesus washed the feet of h...
  • A Look at Traditional Cross-Buns

    And just like Christian practices, partying and fish are Easter traditions, so too are cross-buns which have become a staple on Good Friday. Making the buns to satisfy the demand is hard work, but today we visited a home in Orange Walk where the tradition...
  • BNTU to Elect New National President

    On the 26th, 27th and 28th of April the Belize National Teachers Union will be holding their National Convention in Dangriga. While on the first two days teachers will participate in a cultural event and will be provided with an annual report, the third d...
  • Police High Command Prepare for Easter Weekend

    While civilian residents prepare to celebrate the Easter weekend in a variety of ways, Police officers won’t have that luxury since they will be hard at work keeping us safe and our possessions secure. As the Corozal Police Department gears up for a...
  • Options for Entertainment in OW This Weekend

    The Easter Season is here and although religiously symbolic of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, for quite a few Belizeans the weekend is all about having fun. Many will be making the trip out to the cayes or down south to the beach; or even acr...
  • Loan Program for Cane Farmers Gets Underway

    There was a breakthrough in the Sugar Industry today as the Development Finance Corporation, DFC, launched its Sugar Cane Replanting Loan Program. The aim of the program is to increase the production of cane by offering a low interest loan to cane farmers...
  • Fish Market Fully Stocked for Easter

    For Belizeans blessed with a close proximity to bountiful waters, fish is a staple in most diets, but right about now as Good Friday approaches, the demand is even greater than normal. For Neto’s Fish Market, this is the time when they have to work over...
  • BMDC Saya Onion Crisis is Farmer's Fault

    From as far back as late February this news-station has been covering the onion crisis in the north. While the rest of the media seems to just be taking notice of an industry which stands to lose millions of dollars, we’ve travelled from Cristo Rey in C...
  • BNTU bashes the UDP

    The troubles of Prime Minister Dean Barrow and the UDP never seem to end, although it is hard to summon up even one iota of sympathy because it is all of their making. Today the Belize National Teacher’s Union, one of the largest in the country, issued ...