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Pulled AstraZeneca Vaccine not the one administered to Belizeans says

Over the weekend, residents grew concerned after the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines were pulled from medical
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Belize Secures Energy Boost and Export Opportunities in Mexico Pact

Belize can now look forward to exporting a new list of products to Mexico.  It
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Port of Belize Eyes Partnership with Chetumal Free Zone in

With the government now owning the Port of Belize, Prime Minister Briceno was able to
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Belize Hosts Historic Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police Conference

The 38th annual conference of the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police (ACCP) is being
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Belize Asserts Sovereignty Amidst Recent Border Tensions with Guatemala

It’s been a little over two weeks since members of the Guatemalan Armed Forces (GAF)
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Fortis Belize Faces Pressure to Lower Rates Amidst Renewable Energy

Fortis Belize has responded to the Prime Minister’s call to lower their rates. On Friday,
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Businessman Challenges Opposition Leader in Mesopotamia Constituency Bid

Businessman Lawrence Ellis says he’s going to give the Leader of the Opposition a run
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CEO Takes Leave to Pursue Political Ambitions, Igniting Debate on

Chief Executive Officer for Economic Development, Dr Osmond Martinez has taken leave from the public
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Belize Sugarcane Farmers Association Disputes ASR/BSI Report on Handling Fees

The Belize Sugarcane Farmers Association (BSCFA) says that Belize Sugar Industries (ASR/BSI) did not properly
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UDP Calls for Public Utilities Minister’s Resignation

The United Democratic Party (UDP) issued a release on Friday, calling for the removal or
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State Funeral Honors Late Minister Michael Espat in Punta Gorda

On Saturday, a state funeral and mass of thanksgiving was held in Punta Gorda Town
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