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Minister of Health Meets with Nurses Association, Cooler Heads Prevail

Minister of Health and Wellness Kevin Bernard met with the Nurses Association of Belize earlier today to address a number of issues pertaining to the shortage of pharmaceuticals in the [...]

Minister’s Meeting was not Prompted by So-called Ultimatum

According to Bernard, the Ministry of Health and Wellness is seeking permission from Cabinet to proceed with expediting the tendering process to avoid unwanted delays.  He also pointed out that [...]

Prime Minister Receives Financing from CABEI for Hurricane Relief

The Central American Bank for Economic Integration, CABEI, has signed an agreement with the Briceño administration to donate two million Belize dollars to assist with humanitarian support in the wake [...]

M.O.U. to Develop Quality Standards in Honey Industry

The Ministry of Economic Development and the Belize Bureau of Standards are collaborating to standardize the honey industry in Belize. Through a Memorandum of Understanding, the Belize Bureau of Standards [...]

National Met Services Partners with Small Farmers To Create Climate Information App

The Ministry of Economic Development also signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the National Meteorological Service of Belize for the development of a climate information system. The system will provide [...]

Police Foil Midday Robbery at a Belize City Supermarket

Four men are in police custody tonight after a foiled robbery attempt at Lina Supermarket on Mahogany Street in Belize City. Just before midday a group of armed thieves entered [...]

A Media Tour of B.S.I. Factory and the Stainless Steel Investments

The entrance of Tower Hill looks the same way it did ten years ago. But the interior where sugarcane is milled and converted to sugar has undergone a series of [...]

B.S.I. Says B.S.C.F.A. is Being Irrational with Its Demands

The dispute between the American Sugar Refinery, Belize Sugar Industries Limited and the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association has gone on for the better part of a year and perhaps [...]

Despite the Differences, B.S.I Hopes to Reach an Agreement by December Nineteenth

There have been some demands that the B.S.C.F.A has made on A.S.R/B.S.I., to furnish financial documents that the company does not feel it is obliged to provide since those documents [...]

Saldivar Declares His Innocence in the Face of US Department of States’ Designation

The United Democratic Party remains in shambles and yesterday’s designation of former U.D.P. Minister John Saldivar, by the U.S Department of State, has sunken the party into further despair. Saldivar [...]

P.M. Comments on P.C.C. Autonomy

Taking you back to the launch of the People’s Constitutional Commission earlier this week, the work has begun towards developing a renewed Constitution of Belize. And, as we reported, the [...]

P.C.C. on Tight Deadline to Complete Consultations

The People’s Constitutional Commission has eighteen months to fulfill its obligations, before making its submissions to the Prime Minister. But, is eighteen months enough time for the P.C.C. to carry [...]

Belize Meets with UNFCCC Exec Sec to Ensure Loss & Damage Fund is Established

The Belize delegation also had a bilateral meeting with the recently appointed Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Simon Stiell (Steel).  The meeting was to [...]

Exploring Water Resiliency in Climate Change

Today, inside the CARICOM pavilion at COP27, the Barbados Water Authority and the Caribbean Community Climate Change Center signed off on the next step of a wastewater project for the [...]

Commonwealth Climate Finance Access Hub Assisting Belize with Capacity Building

For some time now, the Government of Belize has been the beneficiary of a climate finance advisor, in the person of Ranga Pallawala. Pallawala took up office in Belize through [...]

Dredging Concerns Allayed, Port Loyola Residents Need Jobs

The approval of an environmental and social impact assessment for the proposed expansion of the Port of Belize Limited which will include a cruise terminal in Port Loyola, is now [...]