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TIDE, MARFUND Wrap Up Million-Dollar Project in South

The Meso American Reef, like many other coral reef systems, is vulnerable to a number of threats, including coastal development, habitat loss, overfishing and unsustainable fishing. Similarly, climate change increases [...]

Pathlight Prepares Teachers and Administrators for the New School Year

For the first time in ten years, an annual teacher training conference, previously organized and held in the west, was hosted at the Radisson in Belize City. Pathlight has been [...]

Belize’s Artistic Future on Display at ICA Summer Camp

The annual Creative Arts Camp organized by the Institute of Creative Arts culminated today with a routine showcase of what the young performers have learned at the camp. Over the [...]

Belizean Artists to Astana International Expo

Cocono Bwai, Denise Castillo, the Belize Dance Company and Project Inebesei are tonight in Kazakhstan representing Belize at Expo Astana. The international trade show began on June tenth and ends on September tenth, 2017, with [...]

“Dara” Robinson Sets Off on Ride for Hunger

Popular Belizean philanthropist Dara Robinson is preparing once again for the school year ahead by hosting the sixth annual Ride for Hunger.  The event takes place this Sunday where the [...]

Preview of Lucky Dube Tribute Concert Next Weekend

Isle where Dara and friends have organized the tenth annual Lucky Dube Tribute.  As usual, fans of reggae music and those wanting to contribute to the feeding program are being [...]

Transport Suspends J & J Bus Runs over Highway Confrontation Caught on Tape

Tonight, the Department of Transport has come down on a bus company operating out of the west, following the release of a video exposing dirty tactics by a driver on [...]

Guatemala Still Resists Sarstoon Protocol

The realization of the Sarstoon Protocol has been up in the air ever since the Guatemalan government suspended negotiations with Belize, following the death of Guatemalan minor Julio Rene Alvarado [...]

New Ambassador from Guatemala to Belize

There will be a new Guatemalan Ambassador to Belize.  While that individual has not been named officially, Guatemala is already in talks with a replacement for Manuel Estuardo Roldan Barillas. [...]

Congress Gets to Decide before Guatemalan I.C.J. Referendum

To go to the ICJ or not to go the ICJ? It is a question that Guatemalans may be deciding on very soon. Earlier this year, we reported that Guatemala [...]

Taiwan Cements Formal Relations with Belize as Foreign Affairs Minister Visits

Taiwanese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Doctor David Tawei Lee and his wife, Chih Lin arrived in Belize on Wednesday and were hosted at an event in Belmopan. While the media [...]

U.B. Formally Welcomes Clement Sankat as New President

The University of Belize, its faculty and staff, student body, as well as the country, formally received its new president this evening here in Belize City.  It was an installation [...]

Natural Resources Warning on Mining from San Pedro

The Ministry of Natural Resources has received complaints of increased illicit mining and dredging activities within the marine environment surrounding San Pedro, Ambergris Caye. In a release issued today, the [...]

Trial for Accused Arsonist of Patrick Faber’s Government Vehicle

Chief Magistrate Ann-Marie Smith today committed thirty-year-old Allen Martinez to be tried in the Supreme Court on an arson charge. He is accused of setting afire a silver Mazda car [...]

Flowers Family Broken after Zacaranda Street Arson; Help Needed

A Belize City family is tonight seeking public assistance to recover some of what they’ve lost, following a fire that destroyed their home and all its contents three weeks ago. [...]

36 Years of Success for B.C.V.I.

Approximately one thousand, three hundred persons countrywide have conditions that may lead to visual impairment, whether total or partial. The top causes are removable cataracts, irreversible glaucoma, or diabetic retinopathy [...]

TIDE and MARFUND Show Off Successes Down South

We’ve shown you the Port Honduras Marine Reserve down south. It’s an economically important piece of the south, but it is also a nationally protected marine reserve. One of the [...]

How the Ports of Central America Will Work Together

On Tuesday, the thirty-ninth Central American Port Forum opened in Belize. The annual event is being hosted by Central American Commission for Maritime Transport in collaboration with the Belize Port Authority, the Port of [...]

Visually Impaired, But Big Dreamers Dominate BCVI Camp

For this next story, close your eyes and sit down in front of your television set to watch the news. Think about any of the things you do normally. Now [...]

The Y Makes Summer Better

Over three hundred and seventy students successfully completed the annual summer classes at the YWCA. It featured primary and high school students taking on additional work during their annual break [...]

Belize Out of Medals at Commonwealth Youth Games

The Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas have been completed and Belize’s team of five athletes returned on Tuesday. Their results were less than stellar, with track runners Joshire Stanley [...]

Athletes Encouraged, Vow Better Performances

For the youngsters themselves, this was no time to hang their heads. Lino, Ysaguirre and Stanley are scheduled for further competitions this year – in fact, Stanley was due to [...]

Healthy Dieting, Healthy Living

The truth about fad diets and super foods. Fad diets are targeted at people who want to lose weight quickly without exercise. Some fad diets claim that they make you [...]

Senate Public Hearing Canceled over Dispute about Audit Team Witnesses

Those tuning in to Channel Five this morning expecting to see our live coverage of the Senate Special Select Committee’s public hearings will have been disappointed to see that they [...]

After Break, Godwin Visits Committee; What about P.M.?

The Senate Select Committee is now scheduled to go on break for the entire month of August. Chairman Salazar told reporters that their visit to the department is scheduled for [...]