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N.I.P. Pending for Driver in Deadly Sand Hill R.T.A.

The families of three men who lost their lives in a deadly head-on collision on the Philip Goldson Highway on Tuesday morning are still reeling from the tragic road traffic [...]

Adhering to Road Rules for the Safety of All Road Users

Tuesday’s triple fatality has brought into sharp focus issues of road safety and driving behaviours. Reports over the past few years would suggest that traffic fatalities are among the leading [...]

S.I.B. Report: G.D.P. Increased by 13.5% in Second Quarter

The Statistical Institute of Belize today held its third press conference for this year and presented G.D.P. estimates for the second quarter of 2022, as well as the consumer price [...]

Free Laptops for Excelsior Students from Ministry of Education

It’s one of four Belize City high schools that have been selected for the Education Upliftment Program dubbed Together We Rise. Students who attend the four institutions: Sadie Vernon, Excelsior, [...]

Government Seeks Funds to Help Rebuild St Mary’s School

At the start of the school year, parents of children attending Saint Mary’s Primary School were taken aback when they learned that they needed to make eleventh-hour arrangements to have [...]

MoE Still Engaged with St Luke’s to Settle with Aggrieved Teacher

Back in May, we watched a Facebook live post in dismay as Saint Luke Primary School teacher, Joanna Ysaguirre broke down in tears and shared what she felt was sheer [...]

Minister of Culture Says September Celebrations Went Well

The September celebrations this year returned to normalcy, or as close to what it was in pre-COVID times, and the Minister of Culture believes that Belizeans embraced it well. Minister [...]

Belize International Institute of Neuroscience Performing Advanced Brain Disorder Diagnosis Test

E.E.G. machines are used to test the electrical activity in the brain using small metal discs that are attached to the skull. Through the years, diagnostic technology has been commonly [...]

What’s Happening with the 2022 Census?

The 2022 census was launched earlier this year and since May, the Statistical Institute of Belize data collectors have been deployed across the country to gather pertinent information from all [...]

Challenge of Census: Finding People at Home

But there are many who claim that they have not been engaged so far by any data collector.  Now, in terms of population density, Belize District, specifically the city, has [...]

Responsible Pesticide Management for Sustainable Food System

Earlier this year, we’re reported on the death of a child who ingested a pesticide in the north, as well as a case of a water system in the south [...]

Students Gravitate to Ann-Marie’s Book on Women in Politics

She’s long moved on from news reporting, the National Women’s Commission and politics. In fact, Ann-Marie Williams lives in Guyana where she holds the post of Deputy Program Manager for [...]

Belizean Student in Jacksonville, Florida Brace for Hurricane Ian Impact

Hurricane Ian picked up strength overnight off the coast of West Florida. It made landfall near Cayo Costa, Florida this morning as a category four hurricane with maximum sustained winds [...]

Hurricane Ian Claims Two Lives in Cuba, Leaves Entire Country without Power

In Cuba, millions are left without electricity after Hurricane Ian made landfall there on Tuesday, with heavy rains and winds of up to one hundred and twenty-five miles per hour. [...]

The Importance of Media Literacy in the Digital Age

This afternoon at Anglican Cathedral College, students participated in a skit depicting the harmful effects of spreading fake news, libel and slander, as well as maligning other individuals in the [...]