Archive

Dual Weather Systems Threaten Belize: Heavy Rains Expected Tonight

There are two weather systems in the region that are headed in Belize’s direction and
Read More

Son of Police Academy Cook Charged in Attack on Commissioner’s

The son of one of the cooks for the Belize Police Training Academy has been
Read More

Prime Minister Endorses 90-Day Detention in Latest State of Emergency

As it relates to the current State of Emergency, the Prime Minister registered no objections
Read More

Mother of Murdered Solomon Coleman Pleads for Justice 30 Days

Thirty days ago, on May 28, Solomon Coleman was killed in Belmopan.  A few days
Read More

Attorney Saldivar Criticizes City Council Over $459,000 Judgment Dispute

Attorney Arthur Saldivar, attorney for Antonio Novelo, former owner of Novelo’s Bus Terminal, was interviewed
Read More

Mayan NGOs Deliver Relief to Families Affected by Forest Fires

A group of Mayan NGOs have come together to distribute relief supplies to families in
Read More

Government Pledges $1 Million for Families Hit by May Fires

The Government of Belize is also working to provide relief to the hundreds of farmers
Read More

Villagers Protest Against Legal Challenge by Maya Leaders Alliance, Minister

Last week, residents of Indian Creek Village took to the steps of the National Assembly
Read More

Toledo East By-Election Preparations Underway: Training for Election Workers Held

The by-election for the Toledo East constituency is quickly approaching and the Elections and Boundaries
Read More

Minister Balderamos Garcia Faces Tough Decision in Corozal Bay Convention

Who will Minister Dolores Balderamos Garcia support in the Corozal Bay convention, her Minister of
Read More

Belize Government Ordered to Pay Nearly $10 Million in Land

Yesterday we told you about the Caribbean Court of Justice ruling that saw the government
Read More

PM Briceno Attends Groundbreaking Ceremony for Auditorium in Mother’s Honor

Prime Minister John Briceno shared in a special groundbreaking ceremony held this afternoon in Orange
Read More

CRESAP Advances with $16 Million Agreement to Boost Climate-Resilient Farming

The Climate Resilient and Sustainable Agriculture Project (CRESAP) made significant progress yesterday when an agreement
Read More

Inclement Weather Postpones Band Fest 2024: Safety Concerns Prompt Decision

The inclement weather forecast for the weekend has seen the postponement of several events, including
Read More

DFC Partners with Royal Mayan Shrimp Farm to Revitalize Belize’s

The Development Finance Corporation (DFC) has partnered with Royal Mayan Shrimp Farm Ltd in hopes
Read More