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A Diaspora Donation

Two months after the devastation hurricane Lisa, community efforts to assist those that were affected are still underway. One such example is Nazarene High School; they recently distributed supplies that [...]

Final Testimonies in Manslaughter Case in Shooting Death of Laddie Gillett

Today, the final witnesses in the manslaughter trial against former Corporal of Police Kareem Martinez appeared in the Supreme Court before Justice Antoinette Moore and the defence closed its case [...]

M.S.M.E.’s to Benefit from B.C.C.I/I.D.B Technical Cooperation Agreement

Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises, also known as M.S.M.Es, stand to benefit from a technical cooperation agreement that the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Inter-American Development Bank [...]

Emil Torres on the Campaign Trail Ahead of Sunday’s Belmopan Convention

We are a few days away from the United Democratic Party’s Standard Bearer Convention in Belmopan. As we have reported, three persons are vying for the position in the open [...]

John Saldivar Confident of Belmopan Standard Bearer Convention Win

While we met Emil Torres on the campaign trail for a face to face interview, Saldivar was less open to talking with our newsroom. Instead, he opted to give one [...]

Tour Operators Want Their Vans Allowed Across the Swing Bridge

It’s the high season for Belize’s tourism industry and tour operators are trying to make much of every job they can land in the Old Capital, but the eighteen who [...]

The Harmonious Relationship between Coconut Water Sales and Single-Use Plastic Bottles

On tonight’s episode of Belize On Reel, we continue our coverage of the coconut water industry. We take a look at the symbiotic relationship between the sale of coconut water [...]

Manatee Man Makes Nat Geo’s Top 50 List

He’s known in Belize as the Manatee Man for his love of and campaign for the protection of the slow-moving aquatic mammals.  The West Indian Manatees have made it to [...]

Court Visits Scene of Laddie’s Deadly Shooting

Closing arguments in the manslaughter trial of Kareem Martinez, a former Corporal of Police charged for the shooting death of fourteen-year-old Laddie Gillett, will be heard on Thursday before Justice [...]

M.L.A. Responds to Toledo East Area Rep’s Vile Comments

The Maya Leaders Alliance has responded to offensive statements made by Toledo East Area Representative Mike Espat during the annual P.G. Day celebration on January twenty-eighth.  The comments were made [...]

A New Housing Project is Inaugurated at Blackberry Ridge Estate

This morning, Prime Minister John Briceño, Minister of Infrastructure Development and Housing Julius Espat and a handful of government ministers and C.E.O.’s were on hand for the unveiling of Blackberry [...]

Ritchie’s Bus Line Threatens to Sue the Department of Transport

Attorney for Ritchie’s Bus Line, Orson Elrington, has written to the Department of Transport, demanding that the bus line be given a renewal of the road service permit that it [...]

Belize’s Foreign Minister Assumes Chairmanship of SICA’s Council of Foreign Ministers

The Dominican Republic has officially handed over the chairmanship of the Council of Foreign Ministers of Central American Integration System (SICA) to Belize. Roberto Alvarez, the Minister of Foreign Affairs [...]

Migration Flow Out of Haiti a Regional Issue, Dominican Republic Greatly Affected

And, given the Dominican Republic’s geographic location to Haiti, we asked Foreign Minister Alvarez about the migration challenges his country is facing. The migration flow out of a severely impoverished [...]

How Well Can They Spell? The Bowen & Bowen National Spelling Bee Contest is Here

Today marked the start of the Bowen and Bowen National Spelling Bee competition among primary school students. The event, now in its twenty-sixth year, started today throughout the country in [...]

Are Immediate Relatives of Rodwell Ferguson Sr. Strong-arming Farmers’ Lands in Stann Creek West?

Tensions are brewing in the Stann Creek West constituency over a swath of land that covers a hundred and twenty-five acres. The tract is divided into equal parts among five [...]

Laddie’s Family Comments Ahead of Visit to Shooting Scene

Laddie’s father, Emil Bradley, is a former police officer and believes that the fourteen-year-old and his friend, Thomas Palacio, were being profiled in this incident.  This opinion aside, on Wednesday, [...]

Meet Retired Col. George Lovell, Vying for the Post of U.D.P. Standard Bearer for Belmopan

He is one of three candidates vying for the post of U.D.P. Standard Bearer for the Belmopan constituency, and his name, like those of former Minister John Saldivar and sales [...]

Animal Medical Centre Celebrates 25th Anniversary

Celebrating twenty-five years is a milestone that many couples and businesses only dream of, but in Belize, the Animal Medical Centre has made so much of an impact on the [...]

Henry Anderson Moves Over From D.F.C Chair to General Manager

On February first, the Development Finance Corporation, D.F.C., will have a new general manager, but the man who is succeeding Sandra Goff is no stranger to the financial institution. In [...]

Price of L.P.G. On the Rise

The National Gas Company Limited is signaling an increase in L.P.G. prices. A release from the National Gas Company Limited says that L.P.G. prices saw a downward trend to a [...]

B.A.C. 20 Peace Exhibit Opens at Image Factory

An art exhibit showcasing the works of Raymond “Naphty” Jones is set to open on Wednesday at the Image Factory in Belize City.  But tonight, we look at the cultural [...]

Belize Gets Ready for MICS7

A memorandum of understanding has been signed between the Government of Belize, UNICEF and the Statistical Institute of Belize, commencing the seventh round of the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey.  It [...]

MICS7 to Kick Off in Late 2023

The M.O.U. was signed by Doctor Osmond Martinez, Chief Executive Officer in the Ministry of Economic Development and Diana Castillo-Trejo, Director General of S.I.B.  The Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey will [...]

Akeem Augustine’s Family is Confident in Identity of Dismembered Body

On Friday, we reported on the discovery of a dismembered body in the vicinity of Jane Usher Boulevard. Tonight, the family of a missing Belize City resident has come forward [...]