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Hurricane Lisa’s Aftermath: Is Help Really on the Way?

It’s been a week since residents in central Belize collectively awaited the arrival of Tropical Storm Lisa with bated breath.  Despite carefully tracking the progress of the weather system, as [...]

P.M. Briceño Stresses Accountability and Transparency During Hurricane Relief

Prime Minister John Briceño has wasted no time in responding to the needs of residents who have been most affected by Hurricane Lisa.  Various government and non-government organizations have also [...]

Coast Guard Helps with Distribution of Hurricane Relief Supplies

The time-consuming recovery efforts are well underway in the ravaged areas of Belize, in the aftermath of Hurricane Lisa. An integral part of those efforts is the Belize Coast Guard, [...]

Coast Guard Commandant: The Public Happy with Relief Efforts

Rear Admiral Bennett said the public has shown gratitude for the help they have received through the relief efforts. And while there are still some people they need to reach, [...]

Third Payment for Sugar Increase By 30% for Cane Farmers

Sugar cane farmers in the north are being paid thirty percent more per ton of cane than last year’s payment. On Monday, A.S.R./B.S.I. announced its third payment to sugar cane [...]

Elena Smith on Reinstated Allowances for C.E.O.’s, “it is not fair”

The Belize National Teachers Union has polled its membership to get their thoughts on the recent reinstatement of living and entertainment allowances for government C.E.O.’s. All those responses have been [...]

Joint Union Negotiation Team Calls for Meeting with Prime Minister

B.N.T.U. President Elena Smith says the prime minister has not responded to letters from the Joint Unions Negotiation Team requesting a meeting. According to Smith, the joint unions requested to [...]

Concerned Mother Says Police Indifferent to Detained Son’s Health Issues

A mother took to the media today to vent her frustration after she says her efforts to explain to investigating officers that her son, Ashton Moody, who they detained, pending [...]

Concerned Mom Says Her Son Can Prove His Innocence

The concerned mother told us that in addition to all the inconveniences and health risks that she feels her son is currently enduring being in custody, she knows he will [...]

The Crippling Cost of Construction

It may surprise you just how much the cost of construction materials has increased over the course of the last two years. The COVID-19 pandemic did not only bring lockdowns [...]

Belize Attends COP 27 in Egypt

The Twenty-Seventh Session of the Conference of Parties of the United Nation Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 27) is being held in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. Like COP 26 [...]

N.G.C. Announces Slight Changes to November 19th Calendar of Events

Tonight, we resume our Kolcha Tuesday segment after a brief pause due to Hurricane Lisa.  After all, it is the month of November and many are still anticipating a calendar [...]

Garifuna Mass of Solidarity Welcomes All Belizeans

Unlike previous pageants, only six contestants will be participating this year.  Those young ladies hail from various Garifuna communities across the country.  In respect of the Mass of Solidarity, an [...]

Zoo Needs Help after Hurricane Lisa Wrecked Enclosures and Displaced the Animals

Hurricane Lisa certainly left its mark long after it ripped through Belize City and the central part of the country. Many are still cleaning up the debris that the category [...]