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International Music and Food Festival Draws Controversy

The hottest concert ticket in town is yet to go on sale and the controversy that has come with an announcement by the B.T.B. that there will be a first-of-its-kind [...]

Leader of the Opposition on Belize International Music and Food Festival

While Mahler touts the upcoming festival as one that promotes Belizean music and cuisine, the United Democratic Party is calling for transparency and accountability in the handling of the three-quarters [...]

Concert Ticket Will Go on Sale in June

So with dates set for the end of July, when will tickets officially go on sale and what will the logistics behind this mega event entail?  Well, according to Minister [...]

Opposition Leader Calls for Greater Belizean Representation at International Festival

But according to Shyne, if it is a true Belizean event then more Belizean artists should be on the line up. He says that while he does not frown on [...]

Mahler and Shyne Go Tit-for-Tat

With all the criticism from the Leader of the Opposition, this morning the Minister of Tourism took a swipe at him by questioning his accomplishments as Music Ambassador during the [...]

Independence Fishermen Worried About their Livelihood

At this hour in San Pedro, the Ministry of Blue Economy is hosting a public meeting with fisherfolk from the island to discuss a recent amendment to the Fisheries Act. [...]

Will Revised Fisheries Act Affect Tourism?

While the Ministry of Blue Economy makes its rounds across the country consulting with fisher folks, we spoke with the Minister of Tourism earlier today to get his take on [...]

Cattle Export Leads to Increase in Price of Beef on Local Market

The National Agriculture and Trade Show comes up this weekend, but fan favorite Running W Brand Meats says it will not be attending the event this year. The company, in [...]

Battle for Belizean Cattle Creates Local Imbalance

Minister of Agriculture, Jose Abelardo Mai, reiterated Garcia’s position during his appearance on Open Your Eyes this morning. According to Minister Mai, his team conducted a survey over the past [...]

Ministry of Agriculture to Address Increase in Beef Prices

And, according to Minister Mai, a balance must be struck to ensure that local buyers are not struck out of the equation. One option is for Belizeans slaughterhouses to play [...]

Belize Tourism Board Hosts BOOM Forum

Building On Our Momentum, it’s a one-day forum that was hosted by the Belize Tourism Board today to highlight major achievements and opportunities, as well as the future outlook for [...]

BSCAP Comments on Trade Licensing Bill

The Trade License Bill 2022 continues to be a matter of grave concerns for Belizean artists and musicians. As we told you on Monday, the House Committee met to discuss [...]

CYEN Launches Climate Justice Program Open Call

The Indigenous Livelihood and Climate Justice Program is giving youths from indigenous communities an opportunity to take climate action in their communities. The program is being spearheaded by the Caribbean [...]

Former GM of St Francis Xavier Credit Union Shares Details of Letter from the Board

The controversy continues over the operations of the second largest credit union in the country. Today, Former General Manager of Saint Francis Xavier Credit Union, Rafael Dominguez called a press [...]

Scuffle Between Credit Union Official and Supervisory Committee Members

Dominguez alleges that just today, an official at the credit union assaulted two members of the credit union’s supervisory committee, resulting in them suffering injuries. Those two persons, he said, [...]

Belizean Rugby Player Gains International Attention

 Two weeks ago, a Belizean rugby team went to play among others in their category in the 2022 Rugby American North Sevens Qualifiers, which was held in Nassau, Bahamas. The [...]

Rugby Player Says He Looks Forward to Scoring for Belize Again

Usher explained that he was able to score the goal not once, but three times, and it all has to do with his lightning speed, which he was able to [...]

Other Basic Goods Seeing Price Increases

We turn once again to the inflation that has been affecting the cost of goods on the shelves. During an appearance on Open Your Eyes this morning, Agriculture Minister Jose [...]

Agriculture Minister discusses recent trip to the Guyana

Minister of Agriculture Jose Mai says Belize is prepared to expand its agro trade with CARICOM member states when the leaders of those nations take greater action on their commitments [...]

Say Yes to the Dress with Project Royalty

It’s the prom season and students wanting to get dressed up to attend this gala event often struggle with its associated. One initiative by an Independence resident will see a [...]