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Independent Mediator to Resolve Impasse between B.S.I. and B.S.C.F.A.

The Belize Sugar Industries and the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association have agreed to employ an independent mediator, with only two months left before the opening of the 2022/2023 sugar [...]

B.S.I.’s Financial Director Chimes in on Performance of S.I.C.B. Advisor, Florencio Marin Sr.

We also asked Chavarria about the role of Florencio Marin Senior in the negotiation process. As we have reported, Marin was hired by the Government of Belize to be an [...]

Eleven New Varieties of Sugar Cane to Save the Sugar Industry

The world continues to grapple with the effects of climate change. In Belize, the sugar industry is facing a climate crisis. The industry has already recorded losses in the millions [...]

A Bill to Repeal and Replace the Belize Constitution?

During the house meeting on Monday, there was a second reading of the People’s Constitution Commission Bill. The proposed legislation calls for such a commission to draft and guide the [...]

When Will Fuel Prices Go down? Soon, Says PM Briceño

As fuel prices across the world are starting to take a dip, Belizeans have been asking when they will start to see the same at home. It was a topic [...]

PM Calls for More Sustainable Development in Light of Flooding

Hurricane Julia did not hit Belize directly, but the torrential rains that accompanied the category one hurricane caused severe flooding across Central America. Those flood waters are still affecting portions [...]

A Regional Energy Training Hosted in Belize

The Ministry of Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management through the National Climate Change Office and the Department of Environment is hosting a regional training course on energy [...]

Belize High School Robotics Students Return Home with Gold

Returning home today, after capturing gold at the Annual Global Challenge in Switzerland, was a group of students from the Belize High School in Belize City. Their achievement was the [...]

G.O.B. Strengthens Vehicle Fleet for First Responders and Highway Patrol

The usage of GPS tracking devices on government vehicles has been introduced as a means of gathering sensitive data from municipal bodies, as well as the Department of Transport.  On [...]

A Four-year-old Perishes in RTA on George Price Highway

Four-year-old Zanden Villanueva lost his life in a fatal road traffic accident this morning, along the George Price Highway.  A Ford Expedition was traveling between sixty and sixty-one when it [...]

Nine “Long Weekends” in 2023

The schedule of public and bank holidays for 2023 has been made official.  A release from the Ministry of Home Affairs and New Growth Industries earlier today indicates that as [...]

Beating Cancer – The Story of Six-Year-Old Jahziel Choj

Tonight, we bring you the success story of a six-year-old boy who, after battling cancer for over three years, can proudly say that he is cancer free. The story is [...]

What’s on the Menu This Kulcha Tuesday? Cultural Food

Belize’s potpourri of ethnicities brought with them, along with their customs and traditions, their favourite dishes to these shores and those recipes have helped to make Belize the unique and [...]