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Belize Takes Honduras to World Court Over Sapodilla Cayes

It caused quite a stir in the upper house a few weeks ago, when the Leader of Government Business introduced a motion to include Honduras’ claim over the Sapodilla Cayes [...]

G.A.F. Confiscated Belize Flags Returned to Punta Gorda

Today, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs returned the Belize flag that the Guatemalan Armed Forces illegally confiscated from the Sarstoon Island. As was reported, the Belize Territorial Volunteers took an [...]

Facebook Spat Between Faber and U.D.P. Stalwarts Over Saldivar Designation

The designation of former Minister of National Security John Saldivar by the U.S. Department of State, for his purported involvement in bribery and other acts of corruption while serving as [...]

Significant Growth in Belize’s Economic Production

Moody’s Investors Service, or Moody’s, a bond credit rating company in the U.S., has upgraded Belize’s ratings following marked economic improvements in 2021 and 2022. According to Moody’s report, Belize’s [...]

Inflation Continues to Affect Belize

We also asked Minister Coye about Belize’s low income levels referred to in Moody’s Investors Service’s report. According to the data, the country’s low income level exposes Belize to high [...]

Regular Gas Price Saw Slight Decrease in September

Another area where Belizeans are severely feeling the pinch is at the fuel pumps. But, while you may not have taken note of it, the price of regular gasoline actually [...]

The High Cost of Diesel

The same cannot be said about diesel. The price of diesel continues to increase on the global market, largely due to the conflict between Ukraine and Russia. Minister Coye told [...]

At Least Eighty Schools Suffered Damages Caused by Hurricane Lisa

Hurricane Lisa left many Belize City residents in distress and while some people have been able to recover from their losses, a lot are still taking it a day at [...]

Mexico Donates to Belize’s Hurricane Relief Efforts

Earlier today, the National Chamber of Commerce, Tourism and Services of Chetumal handed over a donation of relief supplies to the Government of Belize.  The donation which will assist persons [...]

Ministry of Blue Economy & Civil Aviation Signs M.O.U. with U.B.  

The Ministry of the Blue Economy and Civil Aviation today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the University of Belize for institutional cooperation. The signing comes only two weeks after [...]

M.O.U Calls for U.B Aviation Day

The M.O.U also calls for collaboration between U.B and the ministry that will afford the national university an opportunity to focus on civil aviation projects. This is an aspect of [...]

Minister of Civil Aviation Says Belize to Acquire its Own Radar

The drug planes seem to have subsided with their wanton landings in the remotest parts of Belize. When they do, it’s primarily because what we currently have does not enable [...]

G.O.B. Responds to Oceana’s Referendum Call

Late this evening, government issued a press release responding to Oceana. In its statement, G.O.B. clarifies that it has not entered into any agreements for seismic studies nor for oil [...]

A Space for Children & Youth Voices at the UN Conference of the Parties

COP27 is winding down as final meetings are being held. Today, there were bilateral discussions held with the leadership of the Belize delegation, a methane ministerial session and a meeting [...]

Indigenous Peoples & Climate Change – Survival of a Way of Life

Like the youth, there is also an indigenous people’s pavilion at COP27. They believe that as traditional stewards of the earth, they should have a seat at the negotiation table, [...]

Three Persons Detained For Broad Day-Light Attempted Robbery

Police have revealed the identities of the persons detained in connection with an attempted robbery at Lina Supermarket on Mahogany Street in Belize City. They are twenty-three-year-old Marquise Conorquie, twenty-three-year-old [...]

Minister of Culture: Kim Vasquez Was the Most Qualified for Promotion at ICA

Earlier this week, we heard the news that Kim Vasquez has been promoted to the post of Director of the Institute of Creative Arts, ICA. But while Vasquez has been [...]

Ministry of Health and Wellness Makes HPV Tests Available Free of Cost

Ninety percent of cervical cancer cases are connected to the human papilomavirus or H.P.V. Cervical cancer is the second most common type of cancer among women in Belize.  Today, the [...]