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CEO Osmond Martinez Resigns from Ministry of Economic Development; Carlos

Chief Executive Officer Osmond Martinez had taken leave from the Ministry of Economic Development on
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Benque Marching Band Faces Court Battle Over Noise Pollution Claims

Bandfest 2024 is a few weeks away and as bands perfect their performance for the
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Joint Unions Demand Government Commitment to Collective Bargaining Agreement

The Joint Unions, better known as JUNT, are upset with the Government, alleging that it
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Belize Peace Movement Criticizes Opposition’s Redistricting Stance as Inadequate

The Belize Peace Movement (BPM) has doubled down on labeling the opposition’s stance on the
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People’s National Party Praises Shyne Barrow’s Support for Redistricting Efforts

While the Belize Peace Movement has labelled the opposition leader’s support for redistricting as weak,
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Corozal Beekeepers Targeted in $2,000 Honey and Beeswax Heist

A bee-farming family in the Corozal District became the victim of a break-in this week.
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BAHA Refutes Claims of Illicit Sugar Exports; Affirms Export Compliance

The Belize Agricultural Health Authority (BAHA) has rejected the rumor that an export license was
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BSI/ASR Welcomes COI on Sugar Industry, Raises Concerns Over Confidentiality

While officials at BSI/ASR are reluctant to give an interview on the recent developments with
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APAMO Calls for Moratorium on Slash-and-Burn Farming to Protect Ecosystems

The Protected Areas Management Organizations (APAMO) is calling for a moratorium on the burning of
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Southern and Western Fires Worsen Air Quality, Affecting Health in

The fires burning in the south and west are impacting both rural communities and those
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Belize Launches ‘Support Sports BZ’ App to Boost Funding for

In recognizing that there were deficiencies and gaps in Belize’s sports sector, Minister Rodwell Ferguson
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Belize U-19 Basketball Team Prepares to Face Argentina Amid Criticism

Belize’s National U-19 Basketball Team is facing off against Argentina tonight in the Fiba 2024
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Belize Unveils September Celebrations Theme: ‘A Nation Proud and Free:

The 2024 theme for the September Celebrations was unveiled this afternoon just after two o’clock. 
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Belize Gears Up for COP29, Aims to Secure Greater Climate

Belize is preparing for the 2024 United Nations Climate Change Conference commonly known as COP29.
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University of Belize and DOE Launch GEO Belize 2024 Environmental

The University of Belize and the Department of the Environment (DOE) launched the GEO Belize
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Toledo Man Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on Thomas Vincent Ramos

A man from Edridgeville in the Toledo District, is recovering after being injured in a
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Kenrick Longsworth Found Guilty of Manslaughter in Stepson’s Death

Kenrick Longsworth, the son of the late Lavern ‘Anti-Christ’ Longsworth, was found guilty of manslaughter
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Maskall Teen Remanded for Unlawful Sexual Intercourse with Minor

A teenager from Maskall Village, Belize District, was sent to prison today after the magistrate
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Country Meats Employees Robbed at Gunpoint in Belmopan

Two Country Meats employees were robbed in Belmopan earlier today. The men Francisco Melgar and
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Humana People to People Belize Reinforces NGO-Government Partnership with New

Today, Humana People to People Belize, a local NGO, reinforced its relationship with the Government
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Sadie Vernon Technical High School Students Graduate from Grief Recovery

Twenty seven students from Sadie Vernon Technical High School successfully completed a course dubbed, “The
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Anglican Cathedral College Visual Arts Students Host Live Painting Exhibition

The visual arts students of Anglican Cathedral College (ACC) launched an exhibition this morning.  The
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ACC Students Showcase Skills in Career Capstone Event

The art exhibition was not the only event at the school.  This morning, a Career
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