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Guatemala’s President Hosts PM Briceño in First Official Visit

Prime Minister John Briceño made his first official visit to Guatemala on Tuesday. This morning he participated in a press conference at the Presidential House with President Alejandro Giammattei Falla. [...]

PM Briceño Makes First Statement

In his statement today at the presidential house, PM Briceño opened by thanking the Guatemala’s President for the invitation and warm welcome. Briceño outlined areas such as commerce, tourism and [...]

Supreme Court Bail Hearing for Jasmine Hartin Adjourned

Two days after she was charged with manslaughter by negligence in the shooting death of Superintendent Henry Jemmott in San Pedro, today Jasmine Hartin was back in the court. Her [...]

The Search for a Man Allegedly Snatched by a Crocodile

Reports spread like wildfire this afternoon that a man had been pulled under water by a crocodile in the San Pedrito area of San Pedro Town. According to reports, the [...]

Creditors Reject G.O.B.’s Latest Super Bond Proposal

Bondholders of Belize’s five hundred and fifty million U.S. dollar external debt have once again rejected government’s proposal of new terms until a meeting is held among all parties.  The [...]

An Update from Cabinet

In cabinet news…Cabinet welcomed the comprehensive Completion Report of the Emergency Works carried out from November 2020 to May 2021 from Julius Espat, Minister of Infrastructure Development and Housing.  The [...]

Jose Alpuche – Belize’s Ambassador to the Republic of Guatemala

Jose Alpuche, Belize’s Ambassador to the Republic of Guatemala, presented his letters of credentials to Alejandro Giammattei Falla, the President of Guatemala, during a ceremony at the National Palace of [...]

US Embassy Resumes its Routine Non-Immigrant Visa Services

The U.S. Embassy in Belize officially resumed its routine nonimmigrant visa services today June second. These were suspended at the onset of the pandemic, but now, with strict COVID-19 protocols [...]

U.D.P. Says Patrick’s Leadership Intact

Opposition leader Patrick Faber is once again at the heart of a scandal, following a domestic incident involving the mother of his two-year-old daughter.  On Monday, footage of the incident [...]

Wesley College Shuts Down, Teacher Tests Positive for COVID-19

Students and teachers at Wesley College were dismissed from classes this morning when it was discovered that a member of staff had tested positive for COVID-19.  While that individual is [...]

Elvia Vega-Samos, Minister of State for Human Development

Move over, Gilroy Usher Senior; there is a new minister of state in the Ministry of Human Development, Families and Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs. On Tuesday, Corozal Bay area representative, Elvia [...]

Bus Conductor Hopes Police Have Picked Up Her Alleged Attackers

In a follow-up to our story earlier this week about an alleged attack on a bus conductor by employees of a rival company, Aaliyah Monima says Ladyville police told her [...]

Social Security Celebrates Anniversary with Gifts For Newborns

The Belize Social Security Board is celebrating forty years with a new twist. They are giving women who had a baby on their anniversary June first some special supplies.  Today, [...]