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Prime Minister Briceño Responds to Union’s Demands on Increments

Prime Minister John Briceño was in San Pedro this morning for a regional event, which we will tell you about later in the newscast. While there, we caught up with [...]

Unions Want Their Increments, P.M. Wants Pension Reform

And, while Prime Minister Briceño says his administration is prepared to deal with the issue of frozen increments, there is a catch. He is calling on the unions to come [...]

“We are all in the same Belize Boat”, P.M. Briceño to Unions

P.M. Briceño also responded to questions about the drawn-out collective bargaining agreement negotiations between the Belize National Teachers Union and the Government of Belize. At Tuesday’s press conference, B.N.T.U. President [...]

PM to B.C.C.I.: “Walk the Walk”

Prime Minister Briceño was also asked about his administration’s position on the Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s draft campaign finance legislation. As we have reported, the B.C.C.I. has formulated draft [...]

Fatal Crash on Spanish Lookout Road

Just after midday today, there was a collision on the Spanish Lookout Road in western Belize. A man on a motorcycle reportedly collided head on with a white pickup truck [...]

Five-point-five Magnitude Quake Rattles Honduran Coast

There was an earthquake that rattled the Honduran coast this morning and some of the tremors were said to be felt in Belize. The first concern Belizeans had as a [...]

Fire Officials Say Fire that Destroyed House Was Accidentally Set

A house was destroyed by fire in Belize City on Tuesday evening, but the issue is a sensitive one because fire officials say the blaze was an incendiary one, which [...]

B.N.T.U. Says Legal Process Must Be Followed in Allegations Against Canaan High School Teacher

President of the Belize Teachers Union, Elena Smith, during a press conference on Tuesday responded to the allegations being made at Canaan High School against one of its teachers. The [...]

Parent of Canaan Student Calls Out B.N.T.U. President

Today, the father of the female student from Canaan High School sent our newsroom a voice note responding to the comments of the B.N.T.U. President. In his response, he called [...]

B.E.B.L. Saga Continues; Team Owners Send Message to Commissioner

Today, a virtual press conference was called by the owners of five of the eight basketball teams competing in the Belize Elite Basketball League to share their take on the [...]

What’s the Next Move for the B.E.B.L.?

So what’s the next move for B.E.B.L.? The team owners today said that they will not participate in any of the home games for the Benny’s Belize Hurricanes. Some say [...]

Former Dexta Daps Concert Promoters: We Will Repay Customers Who Bought Tickets for 2020 Concert That Never Happened

The much anticipated Dexta Daps concert brought even more publicity than expected. While the fans are looking forward to a night of great entertainment, promoters from the 2020 version of [...]

“John Saldivar is a Reflection of the U.D.P.”, PM Briceño

When asked for his take on the U.D.P. Belmopan convention, the P.M. had a mouthful to share about the newly elected U.D.P. Standard Bearer, John Saldivar and the Caucus for [...]

G.O.B. Prepares for Cuban President Visit to Belize

The Government of Belize is preparing for the arrival of Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez on Sunday, February twelfth. Belize is preparing a fitting welcome for the Cuban leader, reflecting [...]

Belize Host Regional Land Degradation A.G.M.

Land degradation is where lands deteriorate or lose their productive capacity due to unsustainable land-use practices. It is a pressing issue for both Latin America and the Caribbean. It is [...]

First CCAD Meeting Held in Belize

On Tuesday, before today’s A.G.M. in Belize, Belize hosted the first Central American Commission on Environment and Development Council of Ministers Meeting. Belize holds the Pro Tempore Presidency under the [...]

Caribbean Community Takes Global Lead in Implementation of EW4ALL

Studies have found that twenty-four hours’ notice of an impending hazard event such as a hurricane can decrease potential damages by up to thirty percent. Unfortunately, one in every three [...]

The Joy in the Gift of Life with Rotary

A medical team from the U.S. is back in Belize to assist with providing the gift of life to the children of Belize. It’s an initiative of the Rotary Club [...]

S.S.B. Donates $25K to Gift of Life Program

Today, the Social Security Board donated twenty-five thousand dollars to the Rotary Club of Belize to assist with the Gift of Life Program. The Rotary Club plans to use the [...]

St. Joseph RC School Gets a Playground from Rotary Club Belize Sunrise

Over at Saint Joseph RC School in Belize City, the Rotary Club Belize Sunrise officially inaugurated a playground inside the school compound. It has been five years in the making, [...]