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“Teachers ga yu bak”…B.N.T.U. leads teachers to the streets of Orange Walk

Today, teachers from Orange Walk and Corozal stood strong and united, as the Belize National Teachers Union held rallies in those northern districts. The burning issue is of course the [...]

Some 95% of teacher turnout at rally in Corozal

From there our team moved on to Corozal, where teachers marched in unity. The issues are the same, and so was the message. Mike Rudon has the story. FOR VIDEO [...]

Farmers to meet to discuss counterproposal to bagasse agreement

Cane-farmers will meet on Sunday to discuss the way forward, and tonight that road is uncertain. On Wednesday the BSCFA submitted an interim agreement to the B.S.I.  The first point [...]

Tens of thousands of dollars missing from the Corozal Town Council

Eighty thousand dollars has been jacked from the Corozal Town Council, and it was an inside job. That’s the allegation from the northern municipality, where word surfaced that three employees [...]

One-on-one with resort owner kidnapped in the West

A pair of siblings on vacation in the Cayo District was kidnapped but rescued on Thursday morning by the police with the cooperation of residents from Bullet Tree Falls. The [...]

Plans in place to increase patrols to prevent reoccurrence

According to San Ignacio Police, the Kotay siblings are still in the country recovering from their ordeal. Statements from Manisha and Kathen reveal that they were not robbed of any [...]

Minor and 2 adults charged for cocaine bust

Early on Thursday, San Ignacio police along with Mobile Intercept Team (K-nine) descended on the home of forty-seven year old Sherlene Myvette of Unitedville. The K-nine soon enough sniffed out [...]

Offensive maps at immigration sport check in Flores, Peten, Guatemala

The inclusion of Belize as part of Guatemala’s territory, depicted on a number of geographical maps, is considered provocative given the political history of both countries in trying to resolve [...]

The gun laws come under fire

Earlier this week, Russell Roberts, came to our studios to voice his concerns over existing gun laws saying there is an urgent need to revisit them. Russell is upset because [...]

Activists garner support and speak on series of injustices caused by the gun law

Also at the head table of today’s press conference was the former Acting Supplies Manager at K.H.M.H., Delroy Herrera. Herrera blew the whistle on the irregular purchasing of supplies and [...]

Activists ask for public to exercise rights and have law revised or struck out

The press conference concluded with a public plea to citizens to exercise their rights and show civic pride. The group is asking everyone affected to make complaints to their area [...]

The story of a Belizean hoping to represent Belize in the Commonwealth Games

In tonight’s newscast, we feature Belizean Joel Hodgson, who left Belize at the tender age of four when he was adopted by a Scottish couple living in Belize at the [...]