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P.M. Briceño Says At Least $20 Million Dollars Needed for Hurricane Recovery

The Briceño administration has come up with a tentative figure that is needed to assist the rebuilding of storm-ravaged communities in Belize District. In the wake of Hurricane Lisa, aerial [...]

Rebuilding Belize with Stronger Construction Materials

According to P.M. Briceño, a majority of the structures that were damaged during the passage of Hurricane Lisa were homes that were constructed with plywood.  The plan going forward, he [...]

Briceño Administration in Full Recovery Mode Post Hurricane Lisa

Since the all-clear was given on Thursday, Prime Minister Briceño has been busy, working closely with all relevant government agencies to restore a sense of normalcy in Belize City.  Monies [...]

Utility Companies in Overdrive to Restore Necessary Services

This morning, we caught up with Minister of Public Utilities Michel Chebat at an event in Belize City. We used that opportunity to speak with him about the work that [...]

Teachers and MoECST at Odds Over School Reopening

The Belize National Teachers Union is up in arms tonight after the Ministry of Education announced on Sunday that classes within the Belize District will resume on November seventh. According [...]

B.N.T.U. Says, Teachers Have Lost Trust in MoESCT

And, President Smith says her teachers have lost trust in the ministry. She says, based on this weekend’s event and previous occurrences, teachers are no longer able to believe that [...]

ComPol on Curfew Arrests: I Wish Officers Had Used More Discretion

The impact that Hurricane Lisa has had on Belize City prompted the government to impose a district-wide curfew through the weekend. But because the storm lasted several hours and the [...]

Police Patrolled Until Just Before Hurricane Hit

While the advice from the authorities prior to the passage of Hurricane Lisa was for everyone to move promptly to their shelter and stay indoors, as essential workers they had [...]

Several Police Officers Suffered Personal Losses to Hurricane

Commissioner Williams said that none of the police formations suffered any damage to their buildings or vehicles, but that some police officers suffered personal losses, particularly in Belize City and [...]

Three Men Shot on Wagner’s Lane in Ongoing Gang Rivalry

Three men escaped grave injuries during a shooting incident on Wagner’s Lane in Belize City on Saturday morning. According to police, twenty-seven-year-old Khalil Heusner, twenty-six-year-old Malique Humes, and twenty-one-year old [...]

Missing Woman Found Dead; Criminal Investigation Underway

A woman who went missing last Monday and was reported missing two days later, was found dead over the weekend. Thirty-year-old Celia Celeste Florian, a self-employed resident of Mariposa Street, [...]

Bowen and Bowen Truck Robbed at Gunpoint on Valley of Peace Road

Police are also investigating a robbery of a Bowen and Bowen delivery truck in the Valley of Peace community. The incident occurred on Saturday afternoon, and the thieves made off [...]

A New Roof and a Handsome Donation to Sister Cecilia’s

On Thursday morning when we visited Sister Cecilia’s Home for the Elderly, following the passage of Hurricane Lisa a few hours earlier, we observed major damage to the roof of [...]

Placencia Residents Donate to Belize City Relief Efforts

The Placencia Village Council and residents of the peninsula teamed up to gather much needed supplies for Belize City residents affected by Hurricane Lisa. Over the weekend, the Placencia Village [...]

Ministry of Human Development Launches its Hurricane Lisa Relief Operations

Over the weekend, the Ministry of Human Development began distributing relief supplies to residents affected by Hurricane Lisa in Belize District. From the ITVET compound in Belize City food, tarps, [...]

ComPol Back from Medical Treatment in Mexico

And while Hurricane Lisa was bearing down on Belize City and surrounding areas, Commissioner Williams was battling health issues in a hospital in Mexico. Today, he told us that while [...]

Sporting Facilities in Belize City Shuts Down Temporarily in the Wake of Hurricane Lisa

Welcome to this week’s edition of Sports Monday, I am Paul Lopez. With the passing of Hurricane Lisa came devastation across Belize District. Many residents are still picking up the [...]