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NGOs to P.M.: Halt All E.I.A.s Until Environmental Laws are Amended

It’s no secret that several of Belize’s environmental regulations need to be updated. Potential investors have openly stated, time and again, that Belize’s standards fall short of international ideals. The [...]

NGOs Also Ask Waterloo Consultant to Clarity on E.I.A.s

The same group of NGOs also wrote to Allan Herrera, in his capacity as Principal Consultant for the Port of Belize Cruise Tourism Facility and Cargo Expansion proposed by Waterloo [...]

Gales Point Village Council Prepares Response to Vulcan

A great portion of this week’s news focused on Vulcan Materials Company and the proposed mining project about a mile away from Gales Point Manatee Village. Last weekend, Vulcan held [...]

P.M. Briceño Departs Country on Duty Leave

Prime Minister John Briceño is out of the country. He left today. A release from the Government of Belize says he is on duty leave. In his absence, Cordel Hyde, [...]

Reese Fitzgibbon to Stand Trial for Being a Member of a Gang

Thirty-four-year-old Reese Fitzgibbon has been served with an eighty-two page disclosure for allegedly being a member of a gang. The Supal Street resident recently pleaded guilty to keeping a firearm [...]

Trio Remanded for Father’s Day Murder Appears in Court

A trio of men, including twenty-three-year-old Shemaud Nunez, eighteen-year-old Azzane Kaylon Domingo and twenty-one-year-old Damion Saldano appeared before the magistrates court for the first time after they were arraigned individually [...]

B.T.B.’s 7th Digital Marketing Summit

Today at the Biltmore Plaza in Belize City, stakeholders within the tourism sector, as well as private sector businesses and N.G.O.s, gathered for the seventh Digital Marketing Summit organized by [...]

Caribbean Shrimp Company Awarded International Aquaculture Stewardship Council Certification

A small shrimp farm in Ladyville has been awarded an International Aquaculture Stewardship Council Certification after meeting exacting industry standards. The certification comes on the heels of investments undertaken to [...]

M.I.D.H. Engineers to Design Rural Roads under Resilient Rural Belize

The Government of Belize’s Resilient Rural Belize program is a forty million dollar, six-year project, geared towards enhancing small and medium enterprises in the agro-productive sector. The program began in [...]

M.I.D.H. Rural Road Designs Promises Savings for RRB Program

The Resilient Rural Belize program is scheduled for completion in 2024.  We also heard from Victor Espat, the C.E.O. in the Ministry of Infrastructure Development and Housing. He noted that [...]

Gift of Life Belize Back in Belize to Assist Congenital Heart Disease Patients

The Rotary Club of Belize and the Gift of Life Program have been providing care to congenital heart disease patients in Belize for over a decade. Annually, the organizations host [...]

Port of Belize Gives Back to Port Loyola

This morning, the Port of Belize limited handed over a cheque to Port Loyola Area Representative Gilroy Usher Senior, as well as a donation of school bags to Inspirational Promotions.  [...]

A teacher’s classroom

Last week, Sabreena Daly shared the behind the scenes of a seamstress’s high season when preparing for a new school year. This week, she went out to meet a teacher [...]