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PM’s Midterm Address Broaches Cruise Tourism Mess

The Briceño administration has recorded a significant milestone, reaching the halfway point of its five-year term with several achievements, including steady economic growth, as well as a concerted effort towards [...]

Court of Appeal Rules in Favor of Stake Bank Enterprises Limited

Late this evening, Stake Bank Enterprises Limited issued a release following a decision handed down by the Court of Appeals.  The company says that it has been vindicated by the [...]

PM Addresses Constitutional Reform in Midterm Report

Another highlight of the prime minister’s televised address is constitutional reform.  While the People’s Constitution Commission met today to provide an update on its ongoing work, PM Briceño alluded to [...]

P.C.C. Ready to Launch Public Outreach Strategy

P.C.C. Chairman Anthony Chanona says that the initial challenge was managing the personalities of twenty-three organizations that form the commission.  A strategic plan was also adopted, as well as an [...]

Seven Months In, P.C.C. Holds Orientation Workshop

Today, and for the next two days, the People’s Constitution Commission is holding an orientation workshop where presentations will guide the P.C.C.’s Public Outreach Education strategy and Manuals. The aim [...]

PM Briceño Touts Steady Economic Growth

Going back to the Prime Minister’s midterm address, he also focused on Belize’s economic state of affairs.  He began by acknowledging the turnaround, as well as the implementation of the [...]

How Much Will the Revision of the Constitution Cost Us?

Earlier in the newscast, you heard about the People’s Constitution Commission being ready to launch its public outreach strategy, as it begins the revision of the Constitution of Belize. That [...]

The Role of the Diaspora in Constitutional Reform

There are thousands of Belizeans living in the diaspora who contribute to the development of the country and the revision process will ensure that they too are counted. But what [...]

C.D.B. Hosts 53rd AGM; Belize Lobbies for Climate Finance

The fifty-third annual general meeting of the Caribbean Development Bank is taking place in Saint Lucia. The AGM began on June twelfth and will conclude on the twenty-third, but the [...]

A Small Caribbean Kitchen with Universal Appeal

Tonight’s episode of Kolcha Tuesday takes us to Ladyville, along a busy backstreet where one enterprising young chef has set up shop to cater to the palettes of customers from [...]

Four Ostriches Hatch in Belize; Sixteen Didn’t Survive

Several months ago, businesswoman and ostrich wrangler, Nancy Marin introduced the first egg that was laid at her ranch after she was allowed to keep the birds that she had [...]

B.T.B and Florida University Offer Diploma Courses in Tourism

A two-day training for stakeholders in the hotel services and culinary arts industries will conclude on Wednesday at the Princess Hotel and Casino in Belize City. The workshop will be [...]

B.T.B. Course will Help Trainees Sharpen Their Skills

We also spoke with two of the trainees who explained why they thought attending the sessions was practical for the places they represent. Melissa Castillo told us that she is [...]

NEMO Names New Coordinator as T.S. Bret Maintains Westward Track

The National Emergency Management Organization, NEMO, has a new coordinator. Retired B.D.F Captain, Daniel Mendez has replaced Shelton Defour, who has been there for over two decades. It was announced [...]

Police Intake #96 Passes Out on Thursday

One hundred and forty-seven newly-trained officers will be graduating from the Belize Police Training Academy on Thursday. Recruit squad ninety-six is the second group of officers to undergo the Police [...]

“Hope Away From Hope” Exhibition

This morning, the Belmopan City Council and UNHCR hosted a market day exhibition in recognition of World Refugee Day. The exhibition featured hand-made goods and fresh produce from refugees and [...]

“Careless Drivers” – Transport Minister on Traffic Fatalities

We have been reporting on a number of fatal road traffic accidents on major highways across the country. In fact, in last week alone five persons lost their lives in [...]

Five Female Footballers Head to Princeton University’s Sports Camp

Five female football athletes have been selected to take part in the first Belize U.S. Visitor Sports Program. The five under-eighteen national team players will be at the Princeton University [...]

Developing the Sport of Golf in Belize

The Latin America and Caribbean Director of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club (R&A), Mark Lawrie, is in Belize on a working visit. The Royal and Ancient Golf Club is [...]