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P.S.U. Goes after Minister of Health and FinSec

This afternoon, just as most people were preparing for the long weekend, the Public Service Union of Belize issued a release blasting the “posturing and hypocrisy of the government” only [...]

Tourism Stakeholders’ Turn to Get Vaccinated!

On Wednesday, Belize received a first batch of thirty-three thousand six hundred doses of AstraZeneca vaccine through the COVAX Facility.  It is a crucial development as the country continues on [...]

C.E.O. Cagy About Split with Former Tourism Director

In March, the Ministry of Tourism and Diaspora Relations announced the departure of Tourism Director Karen Bevans from the Belize Tourism Board.  Bevans had a lucrative one point two million-dollar [...]

Tourism Trends: Increasing Number of Tourists to Belize

While domestic tourism during the COVID-19 pandemic has helped with the survival of the industry, since October first when the P.G.I.A. opened, there has been an increase in international tourist [...]

Increased Flights to Belize

It was recently announced that COPA Airlines is to resume flights to Belize. This is welcome news on both the economic and tourism fronts because it allows for the country [...]

When Will Cruise Tourism Really Start?

The anticipated resumption of cruise tourism in the region at the end of May early June may not stand true at this point in time. That is because the Centre [...]

Dr. Carla Barnet under Consideration for CARICOM Secretary General

Belize has nominated Doctor Carla Barnett, former CARICOM Deputy Secretary General, for the post of Secretary General of CARICOM. Dr. Barnett has worked across the CARICOM region during her roles [...]

Alleged Sea Pirate Escapes from Dangriga Police

Nineteen-year-old Fernando Avila is on the lam after escaping lawful custody on March thirty-first.  The Dangriga resident is one of six Belizeans who were caught by Honduran authorities in Puerto [...]

No Preferential Treatment for Melonie Magdaleno

Melonie Magdaleno has come under fire in the past for purportedly being afforded preferential treatment by the Belize Police Department because of her mother, Deputy Commissioner Dezerie Phillips-Magdaleno.  Some even [...]

ComPol Speaks on Reprimand of Female Officers

As we’ve reported, police officers Shantel Berry and Alleeya Wade are facing disciplinary actions internally for violating the regulations of the Belize Police Department.  They appeared as guests on Channel [...]

Father in Kidnapping Case Released and at Home

In an update to a story a few days ago, a father who had been remanded to prison for kidnapping his son to the United States has been released. The [...]

Hot Cross Bun and Fry Fish Tradition Lives On

The long Easter weekend is upon us. Across the country, Belizeans are prepping their tables and stomachs for the traditional hot cross bun and fry fish dishes. While the COVID-19 [...]

Belizean Chefs Prepare Traditional Easter Meals

Belizean Easter cooking also includes those delicious hot cross buns. Paul Lopez went looking for the secrets to these with Chef Ainsley Castro of the Naked Chicken on Mahogany Street [...]

Ya’axche Sounds Urgent Call for Help with clearings in M.M.N.F.R.

Tonight, we take you to Toledo where another protected area is under threat from Guatemalans illegally clearing large swaths of Belizean land.  The Maya Mountain North Forest Reserve incursions are [...]

B.H.S. Advances in Caribbean Girls Hackathon

The Belize High School has advanced in the Caribbean Girls Hackathon. It’s a regional event where programmers get together to find solutions for a real world problem.  B.H.S. entered three [...]

Father Zipple Shares Message on the Joy of Easter

And finally tonight, as Belizeans prepare to observe the Easter holidays, whether by travelling somewhere in the country, or staying home with family and friends, we thought it fitting to [...]