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Will Stake Bank Appeal Latest Supreme Court Decision?

Guerra also spoke of the possibility that the latest decision of the Supreme Court may be appealed yet again by Stake Bank Enterprise.   Hector Guerra, Attorney-at-law “The primary reason [...]

Be Alert of All Storms; Even Small Weather Systems Can Be Devastating

The 2022 Atlantic hurricane season is going to be an above-average one for hurricanes, and while Hurricane Agatha currently poses no threat to Belize, it is projected to cause major [...]

Several Storms Predicted for This Year, Six to Ten becoming Hurricanes

Gordon advised that there are factors that are going to be in play during this hurricane season’s above normal prediction. Already, he said, there are between sixteen to twenty-one storms [...]

Tips to Avoid Catching Monkey Pox

Monkey Pox – it was first discovered in 1958 when two outbreaks of a pox-like disease occurred in colonies of monkeys kept for research. Then the first human case of monkey [...]

You Should Seek Medical Treatment if You Develop These Symptoms

 But what should you be looking for if you’re not sure that you might be infected with monkey pox? Hidalgo says the symptoms are varied but quite pronounced and they [...]

H.R.C.U. AGM; 4% Dividend and 10% Rebate for Member-Owners

  Over the weekend, Holy Redeemer Credit Union held its annual general meeting. The meeting with the member-owners of H.R.C.U. follows the cancelation of the 2020 and 2021 A.G.M. Aside [...]

Coming Soon: Fully Digitized Government and Municipal Services at your Fingertips

In the coming weeks and months, Belize will join the rest of the world in replacing the current way of doing business within the public sector with a whole new [...]

Recap of Agric 2022

The National Agriculture and Trade Show 2022, held over the weekend recorded approximately twenty-six thousand, eight hundred persons who attended the fiftieth anniversary of the event. While Saturday saw upwards [...]

Business Made Easy at Agric with Belize Bank’s Ekyash

Belize Bank’s digital wallet, E-kyash was also a big feature at the National Agriculture and Trade Show in Belmopan. Taking a selfie with Raymoni mascot gave visitors an opportunity to [...]

Belizean Musician, Alexander Evans, Makes Finals on PanoGrama

Belizean musician, Alexander Evans is one of ten contestants to make it to PanoGrama’s finals. Evans is currently in ninth place and made the cut into the top ten of [...]

Hundreds of Youth Athletes Tryout to Make the U16 National Team

During the course of Saturday and Sunday, the Belize Basketball Federation convened tryouts, as it searches for the best athletes fifteen years old and younger who will form the male [...]

Mayor Bernard Wagner Breaks CitCo’s Silence on Micah Goodin Fiasco

The Belize City Council met in caucus on Thursday, the first session since Mayor Bernard Wagner returned from a working visit to Barbados. On adjournment, a motion was tabled by [...]

Micah Goodin has Fourteen Days to Step Down as Deputy Mayor

Prior to his departure for Barbados on May fourteenth, Mayor Wagner informed the council that in the wake of the shooting incident involving Deputy Mayor Goodin, he would retain oversight [...]

PM Praises Micah Goodin’s Success Story And Faults His Youthfulness

We caught up with Prime Minister John Briceño just before news time in Belmopan. We asked him to weigh in on the internal leadership crisis at City Hall and his [...]

“It’s a Tough Job.” – Mayor Wagner

So how does Belize City Mayor Bernard Wagner find his way amid the constant personality clashes within his administration?  Here’s how he responded.   Bernard Wagner, Mayor, Belize City Council [...]

B.E.L. Says Power to Be Restored to Entire Country By 7 p.m.

The entire country was thrust into an unplanned power outage around five this evening and the electricity supplier, B.E.L. issued notices on its Facebook page. The utility company blamed the [...]

Jasmine Hartin Loses Custody Battle for her Twins

Canadian national Jasmine Hartin has lost the custody battle for the five-year-old twins she shares with Andrew Ashcroft.  News Five has confirmed that on Wednesday, Director of the Belize Family [...]

The Shooting Death of Henry Jemmott, One Year Later

Tomorrow marks one year since the shooting death of senior cop Henry Jemmott, which occurred in San Pedro on May twenty-eighth, 2021. His family continues to mourn his death, as [...]

PM Briceño Defends Courtenay Coye LLP

The Opposition has written to the Government of Belize under the Freedom of Information Act, requesting full disclosure on how much the government is paying Courtney Coye LLP in legal [...]

G.O.B Contracts Former Deputy Prime Minister Florencio Marin Sr. in Agriculture

Prime Minster John Briceño confirmed that the Government of Belize is contracting former Deputy Prime Minister Florencio Marin Sr. as an advisor in the Ministry of Agriculture. PM Briceño justified [...]

Florencio Marin Sr. Takes on Sugar Industry

Minister of Agriculture, Food Security and Enterprise, Jose Mai played a critical role in brokering an intervention between sugar cane farmers and A.S.R./B.S.I. back in December of 2021. So, if [...]

B.T.B. Official: C.D.C.’s Classification of Belize As “High Risk” Destination Is Reality

As we reported on Thursday, Belize has been classified as a “high” risk category destination for travelers by the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The classification for [...]

Belize’s High Risk COVID Status Has Not Resulted in Tourism Cancellations

Castaneda says that despite the “high risk” classification that Belize has received, it has not and hopefully will not negatively impact our tourism arrivals.   Abil Castaneda, Director of Cruise, [...]

Mayor Wagner Discusses Eternal Gardens Contract

There has been some controversy at City Hall regarding the purported awarding of a contract to Cattouse Trucking for the expansion of the Eternal Garden Cemetery at mile thirteen on [...]

Experiencing E-transit in Barbados

Mayor Wagner returned from a recent trip to Barbados earlier this week.  While he met with other Commonwealth officials during his visit, Mayor Wagner also took the opportunity to experience [...]