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Freetown Area Representative Weighs in on Redistricting Exercise

The Redistricting Taskforce is currently undertaking an exercise to bring Belize’s electoral divisions in alignment with the Constitution of Belize. The constitution requires that the size of each electoral division [...]

Fort George Area Representative Suggests Splitting Elections and Boundaries Commission

We heard from another Belize City area representative today, Henry Charles Usher, who represents the voters of Fort George. He was also in Belmopan. Here is what he told us [...]

Briceño Administration Celebrates Decrease in October 2022 Unemployment Rate

On Wednesday, the Statistical Institute of Belize announced that the unemployment rate for October 2022 stood at five percent. Belize has not seen such a decrease in the unemployment rate [...]

P.C.C. to Launch Public Education Campaign on the Constitution of Belize

We also asked Henry Charles Usher, in his capacity as the Minister of Public Service and Constitutional Reform, for an update on the undertakings of the People’s Constitution Commission. The [...]

Ministry of Health & Wellness to Upgrade Ambulance Fleet

Individuals, who are into micro, small and medium-sized businesses are poised to get a boost to help them along through a loan that the government has decided upon. At this [...]

Ministry of Education and M.I.D.H. Address Neglected Rural Roads in Southern Belize

Francis Fonseca, the Minister of Education says students in Trio Village and San Pablo will be able to return to school after the long weekend. Earlier this week, we told [...]

M.O.E. Says Its Number One Priority is removing All Barriers That Prevents Access to Education

According to Minister Fonseca, there is a system of reporting for schools to voice their concerns, such as deplorable road conditions, to the district centers. He says these issues would [...]

Road Works in Toledo to Be Completed Shortly

This week, the Ministry of Infrastructure Development and Housing had to scramble to repair the access road to Trio Village so that the bus could take the teachers in for [...]

Bullet Tree Road Also Gets Needed Attention

Another thoroughfare that is getting attention is the Bullet Tree Road in Cayo. The road is paved but the Chief Engineer explained that it has some issues that need urgent [...]

Belize Receives Funds for Free Zone Road  

And while those roads that need urgent attention are being addressed, up north in Corozal, there will also be work on the portion of the road from the bridge that [...]

Let Belize Live, Speeches of the Premier Exhibit Launched in Belmopan  

Right Honorable George Cadle Price, the Father of the Nation, would have celebrated his one hundred and fourth birthday on January fifteenth. To honour his life and legacy, Sunday is [...]

Two Men Sentenced for Murder of Belize City Businessman, Oscar Rosado

Two men convicted of the April 2018 murder of Belize City businessman, Oscar Rosado, Senior, were sentenced today in the Belize City Supreme Court. Brandon Hughes received a life sentence [...]

Samuel August Gets Twenty-five Years in Prison  

Thirty-nine-year-old Samuel August Senior, the father accused of killing his five-year-old son and the little boy’s grandmother, has been sentenced to twenty-five years in prison. The lengthy sentence was handed [...]

Senator Elena Smith Winding Down Last Term as B.N.T.U. President

Belize National Teachers’ Union President, Elena Smith will make way for a successor in six months’ when her term of office expires. Smith has served as national president for two [...]

Bird Flu Affecting Brown Pelicans in the Region

The Belize Agricultural Health Authority, BAHA, issued a warning last Friday about the detection of a virulent strain of bird flu in the Central American region.  Avian influenza has been [...]

U.B. Teams Up with University of Auckland for Soft Book Launch

The University of Belize, along with Professor Camille Nakhid from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, have teamed up for the soft launch of a book that focuses on culturally [...]

San Ignacio Polyclinic Gets Medical Supplies through Private Sector Ties

The San Ignacio Polyclinic has benefited handsomely from a donation of medical supplies through ties that Medical Electives Belize, a Belizean company owned by businesswoman Nancy Marin and Kirkwood Nursing [...]

Marlyn Vansen takes a look on the Bright Side  

To start the New Year, Sabreena went looking on the Bright Side of living through singer and performer, Marlyn Vansen. Marlyn is a mother, wife, and young artist, known for [...]