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Prime Minister John Briceno Addresses Sarstoon River Tensions Amid Drug

Belizeans are being chased from the Sarstoon due to drug trafficking, and not the territorial
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PM responds to Opposition Leader’s Assertion that Patrick Faber has

Prime Minister John Briceno had very little to say regarding the opposition leader’s statements made
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Opposition Leader Accuses Collet Area Representative of Floor Crossing

Opposition Leader, Moses Shyne Barrow, has, by all indications, jumped the gun when he went
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Government of Belize monitoring Middle East Crisis, Belize could see

Just today, Al Jazeera News Agency reported that, “international rights experts are raising the alarm
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Balancing Economic Growth and Conservation Amid Climate Financing Demands

On the backdrop of the recently signed agreements between US Capital Energy and several southern
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Cabinet Discusses Deployment of Belizean Soldiers to Haiti

Cabinet met this week for their regular session with the deployment of Belizean soldiers to
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San Pedro Town Council Bans Golf Carts from Water Taxis

The San Pedro Town Council is being criticized after it implemented a policy on the
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Consent Agreements and the Free Prior Informed Consent Protocol

While five villages have given the green light for exploration in their communities, two villages
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Amendments to the Referendum Act Announced Amid Offshore Oil Exploration

While Oceana is still awaiting feedback from the government reference the referendum on offshore oil
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Climate Vulnerability Reduction Project Aims to Mitigate Flooding in Belize

Dodging knee-high waters when traversing Belize City in the rainy season may now be a
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Belize Issues Heat Advisory as Unusually High Temperatures Persist

Belize is experiencing unusually high temperatures across the country.  Chief MET Officer, Ronald Gordon, says
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Belize Electricity Limited Addresses Increased Energy Demand Amid Heatwave

Belize Electricity Limited says that the ongoing heatwave has driven up the country’s demand for
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Economic Support Packages for Farmers Under Sembrando Vida-Belize Project

Farmers in northern Belize received economic support packages this week under the Sembrando Vida-Belize project.
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Construction of New Fire Stations in Belize City Set to

The Ministry of Disaster Risk Management says that construction will soon begin for new fire
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Prime Minister Wraps Up Toledo District Tour with Focus on

The Prime Minister has wrapped up his tour of the Toledo District where he met
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Minister Mai Attends Caribbean Week of Agriculture in the Bahamas

Minister of Agriculture, Food Security and Enterprise Jose Abelardo Mai is in the Bahamas for
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Dangriga Resident Found Dead Off the Coast of Tobacco Caye

Sixty-one-year-old Dangriga resident, Ramon Delbert Liva, also known as Moncho, was found dead yesterday but
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Trial Begins for Rodman Welch in Shakeem Dennison Murder Case

Three years after the fatal shooting of Shakeem Dennison, thirty-seven-year-old Rodman Welch is standing trial
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Belize City Resident Remanded for Aggravated Assault

Tonight, Belize City resident Steven Flowers is on remand at the Belize Central Prison after
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Lord’s Bank Resident Charged with Theft of Motorcycle

A Lord’s Bank resident is out on bail after being charged with theft. Twenty-three-year-old Phillip
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Belize City Resident Charged with Handling Stolen Goods

Twenty-year-old Belize City resident Jahale Craig is out on bail tonight after being charged with
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Capacity Building Workshop Aims to Create Tourism Employment in Dangriga

The Ministry of Economic Development is seeking to create tourism employment opportunities in Dangriga by
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