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Americans Rescued At Sea By Coast Guard

The Belize Coast Guard has rescued two American women who were attempting to reach the US on a sailboat.  The foreign-flagged sailboat named Sencilla had left Livingston, Guatemala en route [...]

Coast Guard Warns Mariners and Amateur Sailors to Heed Weather Conditions

Thomas warns seafarers who want to venture out on long marine voyages to pay keen attention to the weather advisories to avoid getting caught in thunderstorms and rough sea conditions [...]

Second Shipment of Pfizer Vaccines Arrive From US

Another shipment of Pfizer vaccines arrived from the US today. This second shipment of one hundred and seventeen vaccines is in addition to one of roughly the same amount in [...]

Electronic Passport System At Midway Point

Today officials from the Ministry of Immigration gathered to mark the midway point in the development of a new e-passport system which will transition Belize towards passports that contain a [...]

Renewable Energy Programs For Rural Belize

Currently, thirty-six rural communities across Belize are without electricity. Out of that number, twenty-eight do want it in their villages because they are cut off from the level of communication [...]

BTL Working Along with BEL on Rural Projects

Access to electricity paves the way for access to devices like cell phones and radios, critical items in times of emergency as well as information sharing. DIGI representatives are touring [...]

Electric Buses Coming to Belize City and Out West

Public transportation systems across the world are often accused of being huge carbon emitters for their heavy reliance on fossil fuel, as well as the pollution they create. But, as [...]

Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency at COP26

It is not one of the most contentious issues being discussed at the Conference of the Parties in Glasgow, Scotland, but today, a key discussion on the agenda was renewable [...]

Minister Habet at Commonwealth Climate Finance Hub

The Minister of Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management arrived in Glasgow on Wednesday and hit the ground running. Today News Five’s Duane Moody found him at a [...]

Minister of Blue Economy Presents at COP26

Simultaneously, over at the United Nation Framework Convention on Climate Change pavilion, a discussion on NDC development, implementation and how these efforts can speak to other potential nature-based solutions was [...]

Human Trafficking Symposium Held Today

People who engage in the effort to discourage human trafficking today gathered to further their discussion on the topic.  The assembly included personnel from the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Council, members [...]

Indian Belizeans Celebrate Diwali

The arrival of East Indians to Belize dates back to the eighteen hundreds.  From these early origins and waves of more recent immigration, many Indian Belizeans have taken the lead [...]

The Impact of COVID on the Churches

Tonight on COVID Chronicles, we look at the role of the churches in abiding by the existing COVID-19 regulations, as well as the impact of the pandemic on the religious [...]