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Former Prime Ministers Support G.O.B.’s Decision on Israel

The decision by the Government of Belize to suspend diplomatic relations with Israel has been met with strong support by former prime ministers Said Musa and Dean Barrow, as well [...]

Churches Criticize G.O.B.’s Position on Israel

On Tuesday, the Government of Belize announced a bold decision that it was suspending all diplomatic ties with Israel indefinitely.  In rationalizing its position, the Briceño administration pointed to the [...]

Why is NEAB Involved a Diplomatic Decision?

But why is the National Evangelical Association of Belize weighing on what is clearly a diplomatic position being taken by government?  According to Pastor Lance Lewis, it all ties back [...]

Belize Council of Churches Weighs in G.O.B.’s Israel Decision

The Belize Council of Churches also issued a release on the contentious issue earlier today stating, “the recent decision of the Government of Belize to suspend diplomatic relations with Israel, [...]

G.O.B. Responds to Belize Council of Churches and NEAB

In acknowledging the press releases issued by the Belize Council of Churches and the National Evangelical Association of Belize, the Government of Belize responded to the respective statements.  G.O.B.’s response [...]

Transport Minister Weighs in on Floralia Court Ruling

Last week, we reported that the road service permits that the Belize Transport Board had issued to Floralia over the past two years for runs to Punta Gorda and Independence [...]

Rodman Welch Stands Trial for Murder

Thirty-seven-year-old Rodman Welch, accused of the murder of Shakeem Dennison on October twelfth, 2020, appeared before Justice Nigel Pilgrim today after a no case submission was rejected.  This afternoon at [...]

Elderly Eve Street Couple Involved in Bitter Land Dispute

A bitter land dispute involving an elderly couple on Eve Street is in the news tonight because, according to Maria Magana, she has explored all avenues in effort to resolve [...]

Neonatal Unit Could Use More Assistance

On Wednesday, we showed you the life-saving services that the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the K.H.M.H. is providing for premature babies and full-term newborns with complications. The unit caters [...]

National Energy Policy Calls for More Local Production of Energy

The proposal for a National Energy Policy for Belize was presented in 2011, and over those years it took consultations with various sectors, and a call by the global community [...]

Energy Fair Serves to Highlight Cleaner Methods of Affordable Energy

We don’t stop to think about it too often, but the energy that a regular-sized standing fan burns in a day comes up to about five dollars. And the origin [...]

The Importance of Sports in Personal Development

On November twentieth, the world observes World Children’s Day, a UNICEF initiative commemorating the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The day serves as a platform [...]

Thoughts by Alissa Bradley

Imagination Factri, in collaboration with the Kirkland Smith School of Visual Art, proudly presents its latest art exhibition, “Thoughts” featuring the works of emerging artist Alissa Bradley. A graduate of [...]