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A Chilling Home Invasion in West Landivar

There’s a cautionary tale to share with our viewers tonight and it has to do with keeping large sums of money at home.  Just before daybreak in Belize City, four [...]

Cyclist Killed Near Biscayne

On Monday evening a traffic accident between miles twenty-seven and twenty-eight on the Phillip Goldson Highway resulted in the death of a man from Biscayne.  Police report their initial investigation [...]

Opposition Has Yet to Respond to Supreme Court Justice Recommendations

The Office of the Prime Minister is still awaiting a response from the Leader of the Opposition, Patrick Faber, on four proposed Justices of the Supreme Court.  The Prime Minister’s [...]

C.E.O. of P.B.L. Discusses “Near Shore” Location for Dredged Silt

We recently reported on the public consultation that was held by the developers of the Port of Belize Expansion Project. The Department of the Environment also participated. One of the [...]

Multipurpose Port Can Accommodate Cargo and Cruise Ships

Dredging over seven million cubic meters of silt is the largest aspect of the Port of Belize’s expansion undertaking. It is also the most costly part of the venture. C.E.O. [...]

Port of Belize Has Three Cruise Lines Interested

As it relates to the competitiveness of the Port of Belize’s proposed cruise port, in comparison to the cruise ports currently being developed in Belize, C.E.O. Lane says Port of [...]

DOE: Causeway Was Approved

Environmental clearance is one of the first steps that must be done for any proposed development in Belize. The National Environmental Appraisal Committee is responsible for giving that green light. [...]

Causeways Were Approved After Consultation

According to Alegria, a public consultation was held and taken into consideration for the causeway. He speaks to the concerns and what was agreed to.   Martin Alegria, Chief Environmental [...]

Details of Approved Causeway Shared by DOE

Chief Environmental Officer Martin Alegria gave his professional advice on the causeway and spoke of what was agreed to in order for the ECP to be approved. He says that [...]

PAHO Donates Equipment to KHMH for Vaccine Surveillance

The Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization continues to support the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital with the latest donation of IT equipment and office supplies for its surveillance activities as [...]

Video of Brown Water Investigated in Seine Bight

A video circulating on social media shows brown water being pumped off a beach and into the sea in Seine Bight Village. The resident who posted the video is heard [...]

DOE Investigating Seine Bight Video of Brown Water

W hen we spoke to Chief Environmental Officer Martin Alegria this evening, he informed us that D.O.E. is looking into the matter.   Martin Alegria, Chief Environmental Officer “I saw [...]

Seine Bight Chairman Says People Support Gas Station

We also asked Chairman Aleman if the village council has a position on the proposed gas station development.  As we reported, representatives of two groups, the Garifuna Nation and the [...]

DOE Says Gas Station Will Have Additional Safeguards

Chief Environmental Officer Martin Alegria also commented on the proposed gas station development. According to Alegria, D.O.E. conducted site visits along with the Fire Department. And, at the end of [...]

A FIFA Grassroots Football Course at the F.F.B.

A FIFA Grassroots Football Course got underway at the F.F.B. headquarters in Belmopan today. A FIFA trainer is conducting the course with football coaches and instructors from across the country [...]

SATIIM Launches Xe’il Clothing Line

Fashion shows are not common these days, given the COVID-19 pandemic. But that did not stop the Sarstoon Temash Institute for Indigenous Management from bringing a group of Mopan Maya [...]