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Prime Minister Briceño Tours Southern Belize

November twentieth will make three years since Prime Minister John Briceño has been in office, elected by the people of this country. For the past two days, the PM has [...]

Major Developments, Briceño Administration Working in Dangriga

The prime minister’s tour of the south is currently in the Dangriga constituency, which includes Hope Creek and Sarawee. There have been significant developments in this division that residents have [...]

G.O.B. to Resuscitate Citrus Industry in the South

We’ve been reporting on the citrus industry being on life support; the once booming sector that, at its peak, was exporting millions of boxes of juices annually. It has been [...]

PM on Sugar Price: Increase Production, Better Prices

The Prime Minister also reacted to the record sugar cane price that stakeholders in the industry realised this year. On Monday, A.S.R./B.S.I. announced that all cane farmers’ associations with whom [...]

Sugar Scarcity Spreads; What’s G.O.B.’s Intervention?

If you’ve been going to major supermarkets in several municipalities, including Belize City, you would find that there is no sugar on the shelves. As early as the beginning of [...]

High Court Grants DCP Bart Jones Leave for Judicial Review

Earlier today, the High Court of Justice Genevieve Chabot handed down a decision in respect of a matter filed by Deputy Commissioner of Police Bart Jones against the Security Services [...]

New Gun Licenses Board to Be Composed

The amendment to the Firearm Act was passed in the House at the last sitting and is expected to have already been signed into law. So anyone who wants a [...]

Commissioner Says Relative or Not, Everyone Will Face Consequences

Police reported today that on Tuesday night around seven-thirty, while they were conducting patrols in the Wilson Street area of Belize City, they saw four persons walking on the street [...]

Police Commissioner Presides over Regional Police Conference

As we reported in the last story, Commissioner Williams presided over a conference of the Regional Commission of Chiefs of Police and Police Directors of Central America, Mexico, the Caribbean, [...]

Minister of Home Affairs Says Regional Police Conference is First Ever in Belize

Minister of Home Affairs, Kareem Musa, says that he and Commissioner Williams will review the details of the two-day conference. On the face of it, one of the challenges of [...]

Another Court Trial Goes in Favor of Meighan Brothers

Brothers Tyrone and Ellis Meighan have beaten yet another case in court. In October when we reported that the brothers were found not guilty of being members of a gang, [...]

Parliamentarians Can’t Be Compelled to Attend House Meetings

We’re witnessing it in the present administration and we’ve also seen it in the last administration – that elected parliamentarian refuse to attend House meetings and represent the people who [...]

$1.3 Million to be Invested in Stann Creek ITVET

As we reported earlier in the newscast, the prime minister is on a tour of southern Belize and among the many stops was a visit to the Stann Creek Institute [...]

Women In Business Enhance Skills Through Training

Twenty-four women entrepreneurs from Belize City are on their way to improving their businesses and increasing their profits. Today, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in collaboration with the United Women’s [...]

Celebrating 200 Years of Garifuna Presence in Belize

Across the country today, various branches of the National Garifuna Council launched their respective itineraries for celebration events in the month of November.  In Belize City, there was a brief [...]

Caribbean Countries Require More Representation on Global Climate Resilience Initiatives (Online Exclusive)

Climate change has taken an unfathomable toll on the Caribbean. Through discussions on how climate events have impacted communities regionally, there’s a realisation that such experiences aren’t properly represented in [...]