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Former Border Manager Gunned Down in Succotz

A well-known resident of San Jose Succotz is dead. Gonzalo Rosado was in charge of the Border Management Agency at the Belize/Guatemala border for a number of years before stepping [...]

Almost 700lbs of Mexican Weed Busted in the North

There was a sizeable haul of high-grade Mexican marijuana in Yo Chen, Corozal District on Monday morning, despite the suspected smugglers being able to evade capture.  Police confiscated almost seven [...]

Curfew Extended for Another 30 Days

If you were hoping that a decrease in COVID-19 cases might mean an end to the ten p.m. to five a.m. curfew, think again.  The Government of Belize has announced [...]

Where Do You Fit in the COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout?

This week, as the limited supply of COVID-19 vaccine doses Belize obtained from Barbados is being used for frontline healthcare workers, you may be wondering when vaccinations will be available [...]

Healthcare Workers Across the Country Get Vaccinated

Frontline healthcare staff began receiving their vaccinations today. Among the first this morning were health workers at the Corozal Community Hospital, Matron Roberts Poly Clinic, Central Health Regional, San Pedro [...]

B.M.A. Staff Receives COVID-19 Vaccine Shot

As the administering of some five hundred doses of COVID-19 vaccine gets underway at the nation’s public health hospitals and clinics, over at the Belize Medical Associates in Belize City, [...]

Dr. Cuellar Reacts to One-Third of Healthcare Workers Not Accepting Vaccine

Doctor Cuellar also reacted to the information shared by Ministry of Health and Wellness personnel which suggests that a startling thirty-five percent of frontline healthcare workers do not want to [...]

What Happens If Teachers Refuse to Take Vaccine?

But what about teachers? Well, Belizean educators will be relieved to find out they are among one of the first groups included in the vaccine rollout plan. Because the Ministry [...]

B.H.S. Hoping to be Included in the Reopening of Schools Pilot Project

Minister of Education Francis Fonseca recently commented on plans to kickstart the reopening of schools for all Belizean students in August and September and a possible phased reopening even earlier.  [...]

Ministry of Tourism & Diaspora Relations to Invest in Infrastructure

The Belize Tourism Board is re-strategizing the way forward for the industry. Changes include rerouting funding to bolster domestic Belizean tourism and improving basic infrastructure at major and emerging tourist [...]

Fostering Longer Stays by International Visitors

The Ministry of Tourism and Diaspora Relations is also looking at the competitiveness of Belize as a long stay destination within the region. Whether international visitors are coming to Belize [...]

Continuous Training for Tourism Stakeholders

Continuous training for tourism stakeholders is also part of the strategic plan for the tourism industry. Tourism Minister Anthony Mahler explains its importance.   Anthony Mahler, Minister of Tourism & [...]

Guatemalan Foreign Minister to Meet with Minister Eamon Courtenay

The territorial dispute between Guatemala and Belize is before the International Court of Justice, with Guatemala having completed its submissions to the court on its claim of Belize’s land and [...]

U.D.P. Ready for Municipal Election 2021!

The Municipal Elections 2021 polls open in less than twenty-four hours, starting at seven o’clock on Wednesday morning.  There are sixty-seven municipal seats up for grabs and the residents of [...]

B.H.S. to Host Robotics Competition for 9-14 Year-Olds

There’s an exciting robotics competition happening later this month. It involves fun learning where students pick up new skills that they can apply in other areas of their studies. Belize [...]