Belize - Belize News - - Great Belize Productions - Belize Breaking News
Home » November, 2021 You are currently browsing entries posted in: November, 2021

Four Policemen, two Mennonite Farmers and Several Others Charged in Drug Plane Landing

It was a dramatic event, with a narco plane landing not in a remote patch of ground somewhere in the country’s interior, but right in the middle of the Southern [...]

DCP Marco Vidal Steps Down as Commander of Operations

Deputy Commissioner of Police Marco Vidal, in the wake of what transpired over the weekend, has been transferred from his post as Commander of Operations.  That post is now being [...]

4 Rogue Cops Arrested, Will There Be Any Convictions?

The police department has moved quickly to bring charges against four of its own and as many as seven other civilians whom they believe worked in concert to land a [...]

Who Will Prosecute DPP’s Former Bodyguard?

One of the officers implicated in Thursday’s drug plane landing is the assigned bodyguard for the Director of Public Prosecutions.  The question of whether the matter will be prosecuted by [...]

Police Investigating Murder on Vernon and Mopan Streets In Belize City

A man was killed on Sunday night at the corner of Vernon and Mopan Streets in Belize City.  The victim was apparently stabbed to death as he was socializing with [...]

PM Says Arrest of High Ranking People Will Help Win Back Public Trust

And in relation to Friday’s bust and today’s arraignment, the Prime Minister said this morning that this historic bust will help to win back the trust of the public, and [...]

Prime Minister: Blue Bonds “Win-Win” for Belize and Mother Earth

On Friday the details of the much touted Blue Bonds arrangement were finalized. The initiative includes the buy-back of over five hundred million dollars of the Super bond and the [...]

TNC Says Relevant Stakeholders Provided Input for Blue Bonds

As you heard, the Prime Minister is calling the Blue Bond agreement a win-win for Belize and the globe.  In terms of details, eighty million dollars will be invested annually [...]

Minister of State Coye: “The Super Noose No Longer Exists”

Not only is the purpose of the Blue Bond to protect the marine environment, the Government of Belize is realizing massive savings to the tune of more than have a [...]

Serial Defaulting “A Thing of the Past”

These huge savings afforded to Belize through the Blue Bond agreement is not money in hand, however. The savings are translated into significantly less public funds going towards debt repayment, [...]

New to Us: 2004 Fire Trucks Arrive From Canada

Belize City and the twin towns of San Ignacio/Santa Elena will see an improvement in the services they receive from the National Fire services, with a donation of three fire [...]

New Fire Station Construction to Begin in 2022

The Marion Jones Sporting Complex has been the home of the National Fires Service in Belize City for the better part of 2021. And it will remain the home of [...]

Pediatricians Family Asking for Blood Donations

The family of Dr. Cecilio Eck is asking the public’s assistance in donating O positive type blood after he underwent surgery. Last week, Dr Eck was taken off a ventilator [...]

Over 100K Protest for Climate Justice in Glasgow Scotland

In Cop26 news, on Saturday as government leaders and climate change experts were holding discussions in Glasgow, Scotland, tens of thousands converged to protest against more talk and to advocate [...]

Crunch Time at COP26

Today, environment/climate change ministers from across the world get down to work, tasked with the important role of finalizing that critical document that will be produced out of COP26. Ambassador [...]

Loss & Damage to Environment Must Be Established

One concept that is being included is loss and damage. Ambassador Felson says that the barrier reef in Belize is at the brink of being destroyed as a result of [...]

The Harsh Reality of Climate Change

The goal of the Paris Agreement signed back in 2016 is to limit global warming to well below two, preferably to one point five degrees Celsius, compared to pre industrialist [...]

PM Talks About COP26 and His Frustration With Some Developed Countries.

Prime Minister Briceño also commented this morning on his experience in Glasgow at COP26, going this time as a national leader, and his frustration with some of the larger countries [...]

Condolences to Channel Five CEO on the Passing of Her Mother Alvina Cuellar

On a somber note, the staff of news five would like to extend our condolences to our CEO, Marleni Cuellar, following the passing on Friday night of her mother, Mrs. [...]