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PM Briceño Promises Full Disclosure on Courtenay Coye Payments

Prime Minister John Briceño promises full disclosure by his administration on the total that has been paid out to Courtenay Coye L.L.P., the law firm of Foreign Minister Eamon Courtenay [...]

PSU Prez: While Older People Have Wisdom, They Shouldn’t Displace the Young

Flowers says that he appreciates the wisdom of the elderly, however, they should not displace the younger workforce. He also said that the thirty-six thousand dollars that Marin will collect [...]

Price of Pack Bread Remains Fixed, Despite Increase in Production Cost

In a Cabinet release that was issued earlier today, it was agreed that notwithstanding an increase in the cost of production, the price per sixteen ounce loaf of bread will [...]

Andre Perez: Smaller Bakers Feeling the Pinch

Minister of Blue Economy Andre Perez, whose family owns and operates a bakery in San Pedro, has also chimed in on the cabinet decision surrounding the cost of bread. Currently, [...]

LPG Prices Sky Rocket in 2022

For 2022, the price of butane peaked in the month of March. Since then, it has seen a steady decline. Despite those decreases, Belizeans are now paying over forty percent [...]

NGC, Contributing to Growth in the Local Economy

Daniel Gutierrez, the spokesperson for the National Gas Company, also gave us an update on how the establishment of N.G.C. has contributed to the economy since it began operations in [...]

New Sugar Prices on World Market Favor Belizean Farmers

There’s a new price regime for sugar on the international market that is favorable to cane farmers in the sugar industry. This morning, Prime Minister John Briceño told reporters that [...]

P.S.U. Wants To Know Who Will Fill Deputy Director of Immigration Post

 It has been four months since the C.E.O. in the Ministry of Immigration, Doctor Gilroy Middleton, has not forwarded the results of the interviewing panel as it relates to the [...]

PSU President: PM’s Comments about Crown Counsels in A.G Ministry were Disrespectful

Earlier in the news, we heard from P.S.U. President Dean Flowers, who chided the government for hiring former P.U.P. Minister, Florencio Marin Senior. But that was only one issue that [...]

PSU Wants To See OSH Bill Passed

The National Trade Union Congress of Belize (N.T.U.C.B.) is the umbrella union that has been spearheading the effort, along with the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry, to get the [...]

Mitigating Sargassum in San Pedro

It has been several weeks since we showed you the devastating images of sargassum plaguing the coastline, particularly across tourist destinations. Today, we returned to the island town of San [...]

Belmopan Celebrates Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Earlier this year, the Rotary Club of U.K. asked the Rotary Club of Belize if its members would be interested in joining Rotarians across the Commonwealth in lighting a beacon [...]


And while Belizeans will get an opportunity to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in Belmopan, Dame Froyla Tzalam, the Governor General of Belize, is in London for a weekend of [...]

Area Rep Andre Perez Welcomes B.I.M.F.F.

The first-ever Belize International Music and Food Festival will be held in San Pedro and will see seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars invested into putting off the event. While [...]

National Sports Council Employee Targeted Near Work Compound

An employee of the National Sports Council was targeted by gunmen only a short distance from his workplace. Thirty-three-year-old Michael Meighan left the National Sports Council compound at around ten [...]

Media Correspondent, Javier Gutierrez Arraigned on Two Counts of Sexual Assault

Well-known media personality, Javier Gutierrez faces two counts of sexual assault upon a former female employee who worked with the Border Management Agency at the western border. Earlier today, Gutierrez [...]

PUP Party Leader Says No Comment on Micah Goodin Fiasco

Prime Minister John Briceño has commented once again on the situation involving embattled Deputy Mayor Micah Goodin, who has been asked by his colleagues in the Belize City Council to [...]

PM Briceño Comments on New COVID Wave

The sharp increase in the number of active COVID cases is cause for concern to many. The daily infectivity rate is the highest it has been in several months. But [...]

Third Cohort Completes BELTRAIDE’s Female Entrepreneurship Program

This morning at Tower Hill, Orange Walk, a graduating class of businesswomen from northern Belize was recognized by the Government of Belize and the Taiwanese Embassy, for completing several courses [...]

Team Belize in the CONCACAF Nation’s League; Game 1

  Belize suffered its first loss in a home game against the Dominican Republic in the CONCACAF Nation’s League tournament this evening. After ninety four minutes of game play, including [...]

Positive Response to New Children’s Vaccine Reported at St Joseph’s RC in Cotton Tree

Since the launch of the new vaccine for children ages five to eleven on Monday, there has been no report of any child having adverse reactions. In fact, from all [...]