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Ruth Shoman Rescinds Withdrawal, Remains President-Elect

Last night, we told you that the Belize National Teachers Union’s president-elect, Ruth Shoman tendered a letter of withdrawal to the B.N.T.U. executive. Well, a lot has changed in the [...]

U.D.P. Supports Stevedores in Dispute with P.B.L.

Opposition Leader Shyne Barrow and the United Democratic Party came out in support of the waterfront workers today. Stevedores remain at odds with the Port of Belize Limited regarding the [...]

Shyne Says G.O.B. Should Consider Taking Over Port of Belize

Oddly enough, Barrow went on to say that perhaps government should consider nationalizing the Port of Belize.  Decades ago, the harbor in Port Loyola was owned and operated by the [...]

Opposition Leader Meets P.C.C. Chairman Tony Chanona

On Tuesday, the chairman of the People’s Constitution Commission met with Party Leader Shyne Barrow and U.D.P. Chairman Michael Peyrefitte to provide a comprehensive update on the work of the [...]

Shyne Says Let the People Vote on Monarchy

The mandate of the People’s Constitution Committee includes an in-depth look at the likelihood of a transition away from the monarchy.  The passing of the Queen of England in 2022 [...]

Minister of Education: Investigation Underway Into Reports of Bullying of Special Needs Student

Over recent days, reports have surfaced that a student with special needs attending Wesley Upper School has been the victim of bullying by his fellow schoolmates, and belittling comments from [...]

Kriston Francis Charged with Murder of Adrian Pook

The suspect who shot and killed Adrian Pook is on remand for murder at the Belize Central Prison. Eighteen-year-old Kriston Francis, a sanitation worker of Aloe Vera Street, was unrepresented [...]

Children of San Joaquin Primary Now Get Free Breakfast through Feeding Program

Today in the Corozal District, students as well as the faculty and staff of San Joaquin Primary School officially took over managing the school’s feeding resilient project. It is a [...]

Ladyville Tech Partners With N.B.B. to Teach Students Financial Literacy

The National Bank of Belize (N.B.B.) and Ladyville Technical High School are partnering to teach financial literacy to students at the institution. Today, a team from N.B.B. visited the school [...]

Improving Belize’s MRV System in Fight Against Climate Change

Today at Dream Valley Resort in Teakettle Village, stakeholders from across various line ministries, as well as the private sector gathered as Belize commence an Initiative for Climate Action Transparency [...]

Belize Chosen to Host Regional Office for ICAT

Belize has been successfully chosen to host the regional Climate Action Transparency center.  The center will be at the Ministry of Sustainable Development and is in partnership with the Central [...]

Government Looks at Turning Organic Waste to Energy

A workshop was held at the Radisson this morning, as part of an organic waste to energy pre-feasibility study.  The Ministry of Public Utilities, Energy, Logistics and E-governance is at [...]

Belize to Export Soybeans to China

In 2021, Belize exported over a million dollars worth of soybeans, mainly to Pakistan. Revenues from that export earner are expected to increase significantly this year, with the country now [...]

A Loss to the Creative Sector, Musical Icon Bella Carib Passes

Proud a Mi Kolcha, Bald Head Man, Rice and Beans – they are among the popular hits of legendary Belizean dancer, performer and musical artist, Bella Carib.  Today, creatives across [...]