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One Man Detained Pending Investigation in Case of Missing Belizean American Missing Man

Today, the search officially began for missing Belizean American businessman Owen Tucker Senior. A group of police officers, relatives and friends gathered at the Washing Tree Eco-Park and Resort, formerly [...]

Case Struck Out Against Alleged Partygoers During COVID S.O.E.

A group of eleven persons, many of whom are family and friends, walked free from charges that were brought against them in August 2021.  They were arrested following an alleged [...]

Chunox Fisherman Busted with Conchs in Conservation Zone

Twenty-four-year-old Nicholas Trapp, a fisherman of Chunox Village, appeared unrepresented before the lower court today where he was charged with a single count of fishing in a conservation zone. It [...]

Leonardo Mesh Challenges Charge for Fisheries Offense

Another fisherman, also from Chunox Village, was equally charged for the offense of fishing in a conservation zone. Thirty-five-year-old Leonardo Mesh, however, is challenging the allegations brought against him by [...]

NEAC’s Decision on Port Expansion Project is Yet to be Formalized

Mum’s the word at the Ministry of Sustainable Development, in the wake of a decision taken by the National Environmental Appraisal Committee on Thursday.  Following a final round of public [...]

The First Meeting of the UN/G.O.B. National Steering Committee  

On Thursday, a joint United Nations Government of Belize National Steering Committee meeting was held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Belmopan. The meeting was to ensure that the [...]

Public Sector Workers Trust Launches Food Assistance Project

As the country continues to recover from the impact of Hurricane Lisa, a little over three weeks ago, the gaps in basic needs are being exposed. Earlier this week, we [...]

P.S.W.T.’s Process for Accessing Food Assistance

There are over seven thousand beneficiaries of the P.S.W.T.’s food assistance program and Doctor Philip Castillo says that already the office is being contacted by the membership on how they [...]

Students Hold Mature Children’s Parliament Debate

Belize’s elected parliamentarians oftentimes get a bad rap for unsavory comments towards each other and the general manner in which they conduct themselves during national debates in the House of [...]

Student Debate on Vocational Education Development Draws Solid Arguments from Both Sides

The debate continued for well over an hour, after which there was also a session set aside for student senators. But the arguments for and against the further enhancement of [...]

Visually Impaired Student Parliamentarian Lobbies for Consideration for Special Needs People

One student who stood out during the debate was Maria Cal, Student Area Representative for Belmopan, not because she is visually impaired, but because even with her physical restrictions, she [...]

Sixteen Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence Begins Today

We keep hearing of nerve-racking incidents of violence within the home or between spouses that sometimes end up fatal. It all seems to be a never-ending cycle of abuse that [...]

Activists Say the Awareness Campaign against Gender-based Violence is a Year-round Effort

But while gender-based violence continues to be a perpetual problem in our society, the education and awareness campaign does not stop. In fact, while the sixteen days of activism is [...]

EntreCon is Back After COVID Break  

This morning at the Belize City Center, entrepreneurs from across the country gathered for the grand return of EntreCon, a business showcase organized by BELTRAIDE. The event had been placed [...]

P.U.C. Hosts Web Development Competition for High Schools

The Public Utilities Commission hosted a web development competition this morning for secondary school students from eight high schools across the country.  The tech-based challenge, in some ways, replaces its [...]

San Pedro to Construct Bigger Airstrip for Bigger Planes  

The tourism season has just entered its peak season and the number of flights arriving in San Pedro from the Philip Goldson International Airport with visitors at this time has [...]

San Pedro to Undergo over a Mile of Beach Reclamation

Earlier this week, we showed you how the volume of trash and plastic carelessly discard winds up in the waterways around San Pedro. That, coupled with the clearing of mangroves, [...]

A Christmas debris wreath

Sabreena Daly is bringing in the Christmas spirit in this week’s look on the bright side and her meeting with Maureen Navarrete might change your view of all the debris [...]