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Changes to Curfew and Restaurant Vaccinations Beginning November 22nd

Curfew hours will be changing once again. Belizeans will two extra hours to be outside their homes on the weekends and one extra hour on weekdays. These changes will come [...]

PM Briceño Opens Investment Summit

The first ever Belize Investment Summit opened today on La Isla Bonita, San Pedro with potential investors arriving from around the hemisphere. The convergence is designed to attract much-needed capital [...]

Sustainable Tourism Plan Needed If Everyone is to Benefit

Protecting Belize’s pristine beauty, something unique only to us, is something that Minister of Tourism, Anthony Mahler agreed with Prime Minister Briceño about. At the core of that protection, Mahler [...]

Leader of the Opposition Attends Investment Summit

Also present at the official launch of the Belize Investment Summit was Leader of the Opposition Patrick Faber. While he is usually one of the government’s toughest critics, today he [...]

Opposition Leader Says Belize “Failing” in Fight Against COVID

And while the Ministry of Health and Wellness is announcing new curfew times, Leader of the Opposition Patrick Faber says the Briceño Administration is failing at fighting the COVID19 pandemic. [...]

Agriculture Sector Poised to Benefit from Investments

While Tourism, the Blue Economy, and Infrastructure Development are sectors that will no doubt be looking to benefit from the fruits the Summit will bring about, the agriculture industry is [...]

Local Businesses Hoping to Gain From International Investments

The Summit is something that business people in the agriculture sector have been waiting for. People like Ernest Thiessen who represent some three hundred dairy farmers, and Hazelita Kuylen, whose [...]

Stephen Harper on How Belize Can Capitalize on International Exposure

Keynote Speaker at today’s Investment Summit was former Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, who has a consulting and advisory company in Canada. He focused on the measures that Belize needs [...]

Defense Ministry Congratulates JIOC for Narco Plane Operation

Following the arrests made in the narco plane landing in the Bladen area of Toledo on November 4th, and the confiscation of drugs and firearms, the Ministry of National Defence [...]

COP26 Update: The Value of Belize’s Forest

On Tuesday, the Belize delegation to COP26 in Scotland made a presentation on the efforts of the REDD+ project in Belize so far. News Five’s Duane Moody found out more [...]

Dr. Heusner Shares How COVID Patients Can Lessen Transmission Risk

So when is the last time you visited the dentist? It’s something most people avoid, and recently were even more nervous about it due to COVID-19 fears. But as News [...]

16 Days of Activism Begins in Late November

Sixteen Days of Activism, an annual campaign to raise public awareness about women and gender-based violence, takes place later this month. It commences with a panel discussion on November twenty-sixth [...]

11 percent of those surveyed say it’s okay for a man to beat his partner

The Spotlight Initiative has released the results of a study of attitudes toward violence against women and girls, family violence, gender equity and discrimination. It was based on data collection [...]

Belizean Student Chosen as Volleyball Freshman of the Year in US

A Belizean athlete studying abroad, Fatima Ramirez, was selected as the Freshman of the Year for volleyball by the National Junior College Athletics Association. The last time we heard from [...]

Belize Won’t Advance to Next Round of Regional Cricket Tourney

Belize’s National Cricket Selection will not be advancing to another round of competition, following the T20 tournament in Antigua. That’s because the team has lost three important matches since the [...]