Tons of garbage left behind by Hurricane Lisa collected and

And tonight, five days after Hurricane Lisa’s devastation, the effects are still very visible across
Read More

Crooked Tree Lagoon on flood alert

Most of Belize City’s damage was caused by strong winds and not flooding. But the
Read More

Coast Guard Officers Assist in Restoring Belize City

The Belize Coast Guard continues to play a crucial part in the rebuilding and restoration
Read More

GEM Donates to Belize City Residents

Over the weekend representatives of Global Empowerment Mission (GEM) were in Belize visiting affected areas.
Read More

BSI Top Boss Says to BSCFA: “Let’s Be Reasonable”

Now we shift to the north, where an impasse between the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers
Read More

Farmers Receive Favourable Final Cane Price Payment

While BSI/ASR continues negotiations with the Belize Cane Farmer’s Association (BSCFA) to start the next
Read More

BSI’s New Products Prove to Be Fruitful on World Market

BSI/ASR highlights that this year’s cane price payment is the highest since the 2017 European
Read More

Was Avian Influenza Even in Belize?

Now we turn to the poultry industry…in mid-September, the Belize Agriculture Health Authority (BAHA) announced
Read More

Hurricane Lisa Damaged Chicken Barns

Hurricane Lisa devastated Belize City and parts of rural Belize District. Lisa made landfall as
Read More

AyinHa Farms donates to the CITCO clean-up crew

Today, AyinHa Farms and Brain Freeze Margaritas Bar provided lunch to eighty persons who were
Read More

Grigalizeans come together to help the Old Capital

As Belize City continues on the road to recovery after Hurricane Lisa, the spirit of
Read More

Primary School In Belmopan Sustains Damages from Lisa

Our Lady of Guadalupe Primary School in Belmopan received a beating from Lisa during last
Read More

UDP Constituencies Were Also Aided through Constituency Development Fund

This weekend the Belize District was bustling with Area Representatives visiting their constituents to provide
Read More

GOB Looking to Crack Down On Building Standards

The Government of Belize is now planning to raise the building standards and implement stricter
Read More

Mayor Wagner speaks on Hurricane Lisa’s lessons

Hurricane Lisa’s rampage of the Belize District has undoubtedly left a mark on many residents.
Read More

Belize participates at COP27; Caribbean gov’ts call for swift and

Belize is among several countries participating in the 27th Session of the Conference of the
Read More

Literacy program to be implemented in Punta Gorda Town

The residents of Punta Gorda Town are working with two organizations to implement a community
Read More

Belize reps at FOPREL meeting in Costa Rica

Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Immigration, Ramon Cervantes
Read More

ComPol Williams recovering from stomach ulcer

The Commissioner of Police Chester William is recovering after being hospitalized due to a stomach
Read More

Belize Continues to Rebound After Being Devastated by Lisa

The Government of Belize is in “relief mode” as area representatives continue to assist their
Read More

PM John Briceno Tours Affected Areas

And on Saturday, Love News spoke with PM John Briceno as he toured affected areas
Read More

BNTU Pres says they did not agree to quick return

The Ministry of Education said over the weekend that classes should resume today – that
Read More

Methodist Schools working on getting all its students back in

Schools in both the primary and secondary levels were affected by Hurricane Lisa. The efforts
Read More

Secondary Schools also picking up the pieces post-Lisa

Work has already begun at several high schools across the city as they too recover
Read More

GOB to Assess Damages that Schools Sustained to Try to

School buildings also took a beating last week and several of them experienced extensive damage.
Read More

BNTU President is not happy with how GOB is handling

While the focus of today’s event by the Belize National Teachers’ Union was the post-Hurricane
Read More

BNTU President says GOB’s reinstatement of CEO allowance “a kick

A kick in the face: that’s what Senator Elena Smith said today of the Government’s
Read More

9-year-old boy electrocuted by hanging power line

Belize Electricity Limited’s infrastructure suffered significant disruption because of Hurricane Lisa. While BEL has restored
Read More

BEL Looking to Wrap Up Post-Hurricane Power Restoration

As we mentioned, BEL’s teams continue to work in several areas of the Cayo and
Read More

Sister Cecelia Home for the Elderly Receive Donation from BWS

The roof that was blown off at Sister Cecelia’s Home for the Elderly has been
Read More

Community Leaders from Around the Country Assist in Belize City

A massive cleanup campaign in Belize City post-Hurricane Lisa took place over the weekend. On
Read More

Hurricane Lisa Damages Sports Facilities in Belize City

As you saw, Rodwell Ferguson was also on the streets of Belize City assisting in
Read More

Cayo North Constituents Experience Crop Damage During Hurricane Lisa

While Hurricane Lisa devastated much of Belize City and some areas of rural Belize, the
Read More

Belize’s Allies Offer Financial Assistance

After receiving the initial situation assessment report from NEMO’s Foreign Assistance Committee led by the
Read More

Police Officers Affected by Hurricane Lisa

One of the first responders to be on the ground post-Hurricane Lisa was the police.
Read More

Persons Arrested during curfew hours

As for the curfew which was put in place following the All-clear, Police Commissioner Chester
Read More

News in India Report on Belizean Man Arrested

 The Ministry of Foreign Afffairs says that it is aware the arrest of Francis Gegg,
Read More

Traffic incident out west leaves three people hospitalized

Tonight, three persons are hospitalized after being injured in a road traffic incident earlier today
Read More

Body of Missing Woman Found

After missing for a few days, 30-year-old Celia Florian was found dead on the Hummingbird
Read More

Three Injured in Shooting in Belize City

Police have confirmed that three persons were shot in the city early on Saturday morning.
Read More

Zinc Hunters in Belize City

One of the things that Hurricane Lisa revealed is that there are “zinc hunters” in
Read More

Bowen and Bowen employees held up in Valley of the

Police out west are investigating a robbery that took place in Valley of the Peace
Read More

Over 600 families assisted by the Belize Red Cross

Over six hundred families affected by Hurricane Lisa have received assistance from the Belize Red
Read More

The National Secondary School Volleyball Tournament continues out West

Over the weekend, the Western Regional Male and Female Volleyball competition was held at the
Read More

Tropical Storm Lisa to strengthen; hurricane force winds expected by

Tonight all eyes are on Tropical Storm Lisa. On the 61st anniversary of Hurricane Hattie,
Read More

Operation Fast Ball In Effect

The Minister of National Defence and Border Security has activated Operation Fast Ball. This means
Read More

CEMO Prepares to Activate Hurricane Shelters

The City Emergency Management Organization (CEMO) is currently making preparations to open hurricane shelters across
Read More

CEMO Outlines Evacuation Routes

CEMO Liaison Officer, Melony Dawson also says that part of CEMO’s hurricane preparedness plan is
Read More

The Bureau of Standards warns against price gouging

Tonight, the Belize Bureau of Standards (BBS) is warning the business community about price gouging.
Read More

The police are preparing for Tropical Storm Lisa’s arrival

The Belize Police Department is also gearing up for the arrival of Tropical Storm Lisa.
Read More

Tourism stakeholders brace for Tropical Storm Lisa

The Ministry of Tourism is also meeting with stakeholders to discuss possible steps that would
Read More

Animal Shelter Gives Advice on Ensuring Pet Safety Before the

Although hurricane shelters will be open to the public, unfortunately, there is a strict ‘no
Read More

Forest Fire at Deep River Forest Reserve

A forest fire is raging in the Deep River Forest Reserve in the Toledo District.
Read More

ComPol Williams comments on video of elderly man being beaten

The Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams, says that the police have made progress and are
Read More

Elderly Man Beaten to the Head With Wooden Plank

A disturbing video has been circulating on social media depicting a man being attacked by
Read More

The BPD receives 100 more body cameras

The Belize Police Department is hoping to improve its image with the use of body
Read More

Will body camera footage be shared with the public?

Recorded interactions between police officers and civilians have been used across the world to convict
Read More

GOB Launches Maritime Economy Plan

The Government of Belize Launched the Maritime Economy Plan today. This plan defines policies and
Read More

BTV visit the Sapodillas: illegal fishing still taking place

Over the weekend, the Belize Territorial Volunteers (BTV) went on a surveillance expedition of the
Read More

BTV: Wi wanh bak wi flag!

The Belize Territorial Volunteers (BTV) also were on the Sarstoon River this weekend, about six
Read More

Battle of the Drums hold Garifuna Song Contest

The Battle of the Drums Secretariat hosted the third Belize Garifuna Song Competition. An award
Read More

Hundreds attend the annual Japan Day activities

In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Belize and Japan’s diplomatic relations, on Sunday, the
Read More

Miss World Belize 2022 is Crowned

Six young women graced the stage at the Miss World Pageant that was held in
Read More

CARICOM Ministers are preparing for COP27

Countries in the Caribbean Community are preparing for the upcoming COP27 which will be held
Read More

Remembering Margo Branscomb

The Toledo community continues to mourn the death of sixty-nine-year-old Margo Branscomb. She died on
Read More

The BYM hosts cultural exchange event in the south

The Belize Youth Movement and the South Korean Young Leaders partnered over the weekend to
Read More

Dangriga youths launch clean up initiative

Over the weekend, Dangriga’s youth arm of the Belize Tourism Industry Association (BTIA) held a
Read More

Naybaz Store Targeted by Thieves

Belize City police are investigating a robbery that place on Sunday afternoon on Bay Street.
Read More

Hurricane Watch declared for entire coast of Belize

BELMOPAN — Effective midday, today, 31st October 2022, the Prime Minister of Belize, in his
Read More

#WEATHERUPDATE: Tropical Storm Lisa Forms

Here’s a look at the Four Day Forecast for November 01, 2022 to November 04,
Read More

National Meteorological Service of Belize closely monitoring Potential Tropical Cyclone

#WEATHERUPDATE: At 3pm (local time) Potential Tropical Cyclone #15 was located over the Central Caribbean
Read More

Former UDP Leader Protests In Front of UDP HQ

Former UDP Leader Patrick Faber has emerged- this time with a handful of supporters in
Read More

PM Briceno Responds to PSU’s Concerns on CEO Allowances

The Public Service Union yesterday called on the government to unfreeze public officers’ increment. This
Read More

Cabinet Secretary defends the restoration of CEO allowances

Tonight, Cabinet Secretary Stuart Leslie is defending the restoration of all allowances for government CEOs.
Read More

Poultry prices to increase nationwide on Monday

Come Monday the prices for poultry products will see a significant increase nationwide. Effective, October
Read More

UDP Leader says GOB does not prioritize well

The United Democratic Party hosted a press conference this morning at their headquarters in Belize
Read More

UDP Lead Senator criticizes GOB for its handling of Pact

Another issue that was raised was the Government’s decision to accede to the Pact of
Read More

UDP Shadow Minister of Health speaks on ‘emergency’ at KHMH

Coming off their press conference yesterday, the KHMHA Workers’ Union say that they are now
Read More

Female Leaders Included in the Socializing of the Revised National

Earlier this month, the National Women’s Commission launched the 2021-2030 National Gender Policy. The revised
Read More

The Age of Consent Remains As Is

The revised and revamped National Gender Policy also includes provisions that look toward the strengthening
Read More

Minister of Human Development Says Club Owners Need to Crack

During today’s interview with Minister Balderamos-Garcia, she also condemned nightclub owners who allow minors to
Read More

GOB Continues Consultations with Southern Maya Community about the FPIC

The Minister of Indigenous People’s Affairs, Dolores Balderamos-Garcia, gave an update on the consultations being
Read More

Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease Cases Slightly Increases in Shuga

Orange Walk residents have raised concerns over the Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease. Love News
Read More

Little Tikes Toy Company Donates Playground Equipment to Ladyville Park

The residents of Ladyville, Belize District inaugurated a brand new playground at the Janessa Jones
Read More

Will Ladyville Become a Town Any Time Soon?

For some time now, there have been talks of turning Ladyville Village into a town.
Read More

Medical and Dental Association hosts 39th Medical Congress

The Belize Medical and Dental Association today hosted the 39th Belize Medical and Dental Congress.
Read More

Viral Video show confrontation involving elderly man

A video, which has now gone viral on social media, shows a man, alleging he’s
Read More

Assailants rob and assault Cayo businessman

Authorities are investigating an armed robbery that happened early this morning in Cayo District.  Love News
Read More

Area Rep to Assist Reyes Family

Last night, we told you about the Reyes family of Holy Emmanuel Street in Belize.
Read More

Talking about mental health…in the workplace

How’s your mental health today? That’s perhaps a question we should ask ourselves each day.
Read More

Local Government examines expanding Dangriga’s boundaries

A public consultation was held last night in Dangriga Town. Residents gathered to speak with
Read More

The City of Belmopan holds cancer awareness walk

Residents of Belmopan this morning participated in their annual walk for cancer awareness. Correspondent Fem
Read More

Allowances for Government CEO’s Fully Restored

Allowances for government CEOs have been restored to one hundred percent. That was confirmed today
Read More

PSU Calls On Members to be Ready for Action

But the Public Service Union is not accepting the Prime Minister’s explanation. Today in an
Read More

DPM Hyde Comments on JUNT

And the Joint Union Negotiating Team isn’t too happy with the Government at the moment.
Read More

KHMH Staff wants to be pensionable

Yesterday, the leaders of the KHMHA Union hosted a press conference in which several issues
Read More

PM Provides Update on Sugar Impasse

The sugar industry is at a familiar but critical crossroad. The Belize Sugar Cane Farmers’
Read More

PM Briceno Comments on Mine Beers Case

And during our interview with the Prime Minister, we also asked him about Caribbean International
Read More

PM John Briceno explains the need to Ratify Pact of

On Monday Leader for Government Business, Senator Eamon Courtenay tabled a motion, asking the Senate
Read More

UDP to Endorse Ian Jones for Collet

Ian Jones, the former Director of the National Sports Council, will be endorsed as the
Read More