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Chamber of Commerce & Industry Explains Concerns About One-off Holiday

The business community remains optimistic that a recent request made to the Ministry of Labor regarding Monday’s public and bank holiday, will be resolved amicably. On Wednesday, Chief Executive Officer [...]

Chamber Says Ministry of Labor Could Have Convened a Zoom Meeting

According to Blake, other mediums could have been used to convene a meeting of the relevant government bodies to discuss the matter of employee compensation. The chamber president also spoke [...]

Shyne Barrow Says It’s Time for Belize to Do Away with the Monarch

While the topic going into the extended weekend is the payment of wages for persons who are working on Monday, the statutory holiday in observance of the funeral of Queen [...]

Shyne Barrow Says Reparations is a Must!

While the Leader of the Opposition is not fond of the monarchy, he is resolute in his conviction that all Commonwealth countries should do away with the age-old system and [...]

The U.D.P. Discusses Politics and the Redistricting Exercise

The resignation of Martin Aldana from the Redistricting Task Force has raised serious questions about the alleged politicization of the ongoing redistricting exercise.  Aldana, a statistical analyst, stepped down as [...]

Shyne Visits Gales Point Manatee and Talks Vulcan

Opposition Leader Shyne Barrow led a fact-finding mission to Gales Point Manatee following cabinet’s decision last week not to allow any mining activity near the community. Along with Barrow were [...]

B.P.F. Leader is Part of Observer Team for Brazil Elections

Leader of the Belize People’s Front, Nancy Marin has been invited to be a part of an international observer team that will oversee the upcoming elections in Brazil. The movement [...]

Patriotism Revitalized at the Belize City Children’s Rally 2022

For the past two years, it has been held virtually, but today thousands of primary school students converged at the Belize City Civic Center for the annual children’s rally. The [...]

Y.M.C.A. Has Space for Infants Students

On Thursday, the Young Men’s Christian Association, Y.M.C.A., was a recipient of school supplies from a U.S-based group, facilitated by Eglah’s Training Centre in Belize City. The “Y” as it [...]

Team Belize Wins Historic Bronze Medal in U-19 Central American Male Volleyball

Belize won bronze in Honduras. The Under-19 Central American Male Volleyball Championship was held in Santa Rosa de Copan, Honduras, this week. Team Belize won the bronze medal, the first [...]

Oliver Samuels Celebrates Fifty Years in Theater, ‘Guilty With Explanation”

Comedian Oliver Samuels will be performing live at the Bliss Center for the Performing Arts on September twenty-third, twenty-fourth, and twenty-fifth. The upcoming show is entitled Guilty Without Explanation, written [...]

Travellers Rum Goes International with Belizean Blue

Today, the Perdomo family, makers or Travellers Liquors, introduced their first international rum at the Travellers Liquors Heritage Museum in Belize City. The new product is the result of a [...]

CitCo Revenue Stream Gradually Resurging

Belize City Mayor Bernard Wagner says that it feels good to be outside again with so many activities happening across the city. The council has also been working with law [...]

An Update on the Parking Meter Pilot Project in Belize City

It’s been almost six months since the Belize City Council embarked on a parking meter initiative and proceeded to install the devices along the entertainment strip on Newtown Barracks and [...]

CitCo Continues to Address Garbage Issue

We have not reported on any impasse surrounding garbage collection and that is a good thing. But this responsibility, which lies solely with the Belize City Council, carries a hefty [...]

Cattle Ranching Persist along Belize’s Western Border, Despite Belize- Guatemala Agreements

Illegal cattle ranching along Belize’s western border persists, five years after the first reports were made. This illicit activity is taking place within Belize’s forest reserves and has become a [...]

Classical Composer Frankie Reneau Speaks the Language of Music

During the month of September, patriotism is at its highest, as we celebrate Belize’s Independence. Notable songs for the festivities ring out and radio favourites are played the entire month. [...]