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Sarstoon Forward Operating Base is Under Serious Threat of Erosion

It has been a little over six years since the Sarstoon F.O.B. was inaugurated at the southernmost end of the country. Viewers would recall that at the time of the [...]

Belize Upgraded in Human Trafficking Rank

The U.S. Secretary of State has released its twenty-second annual Trafficking in Persons Report and has upgraded Belize’s status to Tier Two. It’s a significant improvement that comes after two [...]

Briceño Administration is Pleased with Belize’s Revised Ranking

The Anti-Trafficking in Persons Council, (ATIPS), is chaired by the Ministry of Human Development and is the multi-sectoral body which coordinates Belize’s response to human trafficking.   On the phone: [...]

B.C.C.I. and G.O.B. Discuss Private Sector Readiness for Climate Change

The buzz words since the Earth’s surface temperatures began to increase two decades ago have been “global warming”, “climate change” and “climate resilience.” But while much discussion has surrounded the [...]

C.E.O. Osmond Martinez: Belize Aggressively Pursues Finance We Almost Lost Out On

As we reported earlier, Belize is now aggressively pursuing finance from the developed countries in order to be able to assist private sector businesses in the event of a climate [...]

Several Communities Benefit from Green Climate Finance

Martinez says that some of the finances from Green Climate Finance are already being put to use to mitigate the full impacts of climate change events. There are several rural [...]

Belize Seeks to Attract More Foreign Direct Investments as Trends Improve

Belize is seeing trends in foreign direct investments that are more encouraging now than in previous years. In the past, there were a lot of bureaucratic procedures that discouraged foreigners [...]

$1.6 Million Fuel Subsidy for Bus Operators in the Transport Sector

Today in front of the NEMO headquarters in Belmopan, the Ministry of Transport held a small ceremony to signal the rollout of its fuel subsidy program. Almost a hundred bus [...]

Paul Jex Jr. is Convicted of Rape

Twenty-six-year-old Paul Jex Junior has been found guilty of rape, following a verdict handed down by the Supreme Court. This is in respect of an incident that occurred in December [...]

Former Special Constable Andre Gordon is Guilty of Rape

There was another rape conviction handed down in the Supreme Court this afternoon, also in the courtroom of Justice Ricardo O’Neil Sandcroft.  Thirty-seven-year-old Andre Gordon was found guilty after careful [...]

B.N.T.U. Celebrates Its 52nd Anniversary

Today, the Belize National Teachers’ Union celebrated its fifty-second anniversary. The union marked the day by acknowledging and thanking those who have fought diligently over the years to preserve and [...]

Nazarene High School Tests its Intruder Protocol

You’ve seen on international news where students are executed on school grounds by gun-wielding attackers. While such an incident has never happened in Belize before, one school has a series [...]

Belize Attends CANTO 37th Annual Conference & Trade Exhibition

The Thirty-Seventh Annual Conference and Trade Exhibition concluded in Miami today. CANTO, as it is referred to, is a non-profit association made up of operators, companies and individuals in the [...]

Ten Hopefuls Survive Week 1 of KTV the Remix, Season 4

On Tuesday night, the ten hopefuls who survived the first round of eliminations on KTV the Remix, Season Four were announced before a packed auditorium. They then took to the [...]