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St Mary’s School Building Structurally Unsafe; Students Engage in Distance Learning

The news came simultaneously with flooding in low-lying areas of the city in the last week of June –St. Mary’s Primary School and Hall are no longer structurally sound. The [...]

Audubon Society Says Belizeans Shouldn’t Absorb Environmental Cost of Development

The Belize Audubon Society was one of several environmental NGOs that endorsed a letter written to Prime Minister John Briceño on August twenty-fifth. To date, there has been no formal [...]

Signed Petitions by Save Our Reef Presented to Cabinet

In the wake of that letter to P.M. Briceño, a wad of signed documents were also turned over to the Minister of Sustainable Development last week. Orlando Habet, whose portfolio [...]

B.A.S. Raises Concerns About Proposed Vulcan Mining Operations

Another controversial proposal that is being made by a foreign investor is the Vulcan project which has been met with strong objections from various quarters, including residents of Gales Point [...]

M16 Rounds, an AK47 and a 9mm Glock are Recovered by Police

The proliferation of guns into the country, firearms that are brought over illegally from neighboring Guatemala and Mexico, is a year-round issue for law enforcement.  A majority of those weapons [...]

Trial for Boat Explosion Case Ongoing before Chief Magistrate

The trial against San Pedro Jet Express and Boat Captain Ernest Delgado continued in the Belize City Magistrate’s Court today before Chief Magistrate Sharon Fraser.  The water taxi company and [...]

President of Rwanda to Make Historic Visit to Belize

Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda, is scheduled to visit Belize from September fourteenth to the fifteenth. The visit will be historic as it will mark the first [...]

Integrating Gender into Climate Change Policies, Programs & Projects

The Ministry of Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management, through the Enabling Gender-Responsive Disaster Recovery, Climate and Environmental Resilience in the Caribbean Project, is hosting a two-day training [...]

Landfolio Management System at Ministry of Natural Resources Receiving Major Upgrade

The Ministry of Natural Resources is upgrading its Landfolio software for greater efficiency within the Lands Department. This upgrade from the second generation of the Landfolio software to Landfolio seven [...]

Land Services at Department of Lands to Drastically Improve

Two hundred employees from the Ministry of Natural Resources are currently learning the software. When the new system does come online in the next few weeks, it is expected that [...]

Ministry of Natural Resources Call on Belizeans to Conduct First Registration

And, with the upgrade of the Landfolio system, now is a good time to conduct your first registration process, if you have not done so as yet. For those who [...]

Road Repairs for Most of Philip Goldson Highway to Begin

Dilapidated culverts along the Philip Goldson Highway are in the process of being replaced over the next few months. The replacements are part of a bigger project that the Ministry [...]

Two Ways of Fixing Unsteady Portion of Philip Goldson Highway

News Five asked Bradley how the ministry will seek to remedy the portion of the highway between miles three and five that is unsteady. He said there is a temporary [...]

Audubon Society Recognizes Retiring Board Members

Former board members Lascelle Tillett and Mike Heusner, pioneers in the ecotourism industry, were honored on Saturday by the Belize Audubon Society.  During a ceremony held at the Cockscomb Basin [...]