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American National Dies in Traffic Accident on Hummingbird Highway

An American national lost his life as a result of injuries he sustained in a road traffic accident on Wednesday evening. According to police, forty-eight-year-old Steven Savarda was driving a [...]

A Blood Appeal for Soldier Injured in Accident

It’s been exactly two weeks since Private Roxanne Hill, of the Belize Defence Force, lost her life in a road traffic accident on the George Price Highway near Cotton Tree [...]

Overnight Rains Add to Deplorable Street Conditions; Help is on the Way

Heavy rains were once again recorded overnight that affected various parts of the country, including the low-lying areas of Belize City.  No sooner than the Briceño administration had gone to [...]

S.S.B. Says Number of Insured Persons Now Over 107,000

It’s been around since 1981, collecting contributions from the working class and returning it to them as sickness or retirement benefits. Now the Social Security Board has transitioned from manual [...]

S.S.B. Online Portal Easy As ABC

Now that S.S.B has gone digital, everyone can create their own account and use it to access personal information, find out general details about an application or even apply for [...]

COVID Symptoms Less Severe but COVID Payout Remain High

One interesting revelation today was that while the number of COVID cases is fewer today and the symptoms are less severe than a few months ago, the Social Security Board [...]

S.S.B Actuary: Salary Increases Will Cause Inflation

While employers in the minimum wage bracket have been clamoring for an increase, S.S.B’s Actuary, Hernando Montas explained that because everything in economics is linked, an increase in salaries will [...]

Bakers to Received $1.5 Million Subsidy on Bread, Finally

On Wednesday, the Government of Belize sought approval from the House of Representatives to spend one and a half million dollars on bakers across the country as a form of [...]

Mobile Land Clinic Serves Freetown and Caribbean Shores

Constituents from Belize City, in Caribbean Shores and Freetown, queued up at the Belize City Center today to take advantage of the Ministry of Natural Resources’ Mobile Land Clinic. The [...]

Mobile Land Clinic Generating Revenue

We also asked Minister Hyde about the revenues being generated from these mobile land clinics. Here is what he told us about that.   Cordel Hyde, Minister of Natural Resources [...]

Two Thousand Parcels of Land for Belize City Residents

On Wednesday, the Government of Belize sought approval from the House of Representatives to spend two million dollars to develop land in the Mile 8 community. According to Minister of [...]

First-time Land Owners in Caribbean Shores

Of the two thousand parcels of land distributed in the Mile 8 community, Caribbean Shores constituents received seventy-five lots. Area Representative Kareem Musa says those first-time land owners from his [...]

Police Prosecutors Participate in a Second Round of Training

Police officers attached to the National Prosecution Branch are participating in a three-day training course geared towards sharpening their skills in effectively pursuing criminal cases in court.  Today at the [...]

Women’s Commission Joins Investigation into Suicide of B.D.F. Micah Miguel

The Belize Defence Force has been faced with a number of tragedies in recent weeks. While with Brigadier General Azariel Loria earlier today, he was asked for an update on [...]

What’s Penalty for B.D.F.

The Belize Police Department is also carrying out an investigation into the allegations of sexual assault of Micah Miguel. It is not the first time that allegations of crimes of [...]

A New Classroom for Ladyville Tech

Four days into the start of the new school year, Ladyville Technical High School is the recipient of an addition to one of its existing buildings which will be used [...]