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COVID-19 Numbers Are Back Up

Health officials are closely monitoring the number of new COVID-19 cases. That’s because the ministry
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Briceño Administration Reduces Petrocaribe Debt by Millions

The Government continues to negotiate with Venezuela to restructure the current Petrocaribe debt. During today’s
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Independent Media says registry merger opens corruption’s dark door

The independent media says that the recent merger of the IBC Registry and the Companies
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PM Briceño Says New Online Business Registry System Was Necessary

Prime Minister John Briceño also touched on the contentious topic of the newly launched Online
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GOB Continues to Tackle Inflation

Prime Minister, John Briceño, says GOB is exhausting every method to reduce the rate of
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Will Stakebank Approval Lead to Legal Battle?

The Stakebank Project recently got the green light from the National Environmental Appraisal Committee (NEAC)
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The Good Governance Unit says GOB is serious about subscribing

Today, December 9, is observed as International Anti-Corruption Day, and the Good Governance Unit says
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NTCUB President says several laws need to be enacted now

Belize and the rest of the United Nations’ members are marking World Anti-Corruption Day today.
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The BPM says GOB needs to get serious about tackling

The Belize Peace Movement (BPM) is calling on the Government to take meaningful steps toward
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Minister of Home Affairs Chimes in On the Transparency of

The emergence of the Online Business Registry System as a result of a merger between
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Investigation to Be Launched In Connection With American Fugitive’s Stay

Minister of Home Affairs, Kareem Musa, says a full investigation will be carried out concerning
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Caye Caulker Restaurant Owner Turns American Fugitive Over to the

American fugitive, Aldrick Scott, is back in the United States in the custody of the
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The Fire Department says last week’s fire in Sandhill was

The Fire Department has confirmed that the blaze which destroyed the scene of last month’s
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Will A Mediator Help With the Sugar Impasse?

The Belize Sugar Cane Farmer’s Association (BSCFA) and the Belize Sugar Industries Limited/American Sugar Refinery
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The U.S. Embassy holds candlelight vigil to show support against

The new US Ambassador to Belize, Michelle Kwan, has joined the call to end gender-based
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Chief Environmental Officer Explains Why Waterloo’s Port Project was Rejection

Yesterday, the Department of Environment (DOE) announced that it had rejected the Port of Belize
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Oceana Belize responds to PM on seismic testing issue

Oceana Belize raised the alarm in November on a report that the Government of Belize
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Belize Government receives accolades for restructuring the Bond

The Government of Belize has received the award for Sovereign Restructuring Deal of the Year.
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DOE Rejects Port of Belize Port Expansion Project

This evening, the Department of the Environment has announced that it will not be giving
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Is COVID-19 back on the rise?

Tonight, health officials are closely monitoring the recent spike in COVID-19 cases. That’s because the
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MOHW Says No Mask Mandate this Holiday Season

While the Ministry of Health and Wellness is not expecting another major outbreak of the
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MOHW is working to keep its Belize’s medical professionals in

And as you heard, the ministry is not recommending a return of a face-mask mandate,
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Medical Supply Shortage Should Improve by Next Tender Cycle

Minister of Health and Wellness, Kevin Bernard, also addressed the claims of a continuous shortage
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Punta Gorda Lights Up Christmas Tree

The Punta Gorda Town Council illuminated the municipality’s streets last night with the official lighting
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Smith’s family says the police are also to blame for

The family of twenty-six-year-old Cleon Smith says that the police are to blame for his
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Will Gang Members from Honduras Flee to Belize?

Authorities here in Belize are monitoring developments in Honduras. The Central American country has declared
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Fire guts the scene of last month’s triple murder in

A fire in rural Belize gutted the house where three men were gunned down last
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BTB Ordered to Pay Over Two Hundred Thousand Dollars to

The Belize Tourism Board (BTB) has lost another legal battle due to the wrongful termination
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PM Briceño responds to Oceana’s concerns

There has been much discussion lately over seismic testing. We stress that Government has not
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Teenager Dies After Being Involved in a Vehicular Crash Two

Tonight there is sad news to report. Seventeen-year-old Jaheem Williams died early this morning after
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Murphy Family Affected by House Fire On Their Property; One

A fire this afternoon destroyed a Belize City house. The inferno broke out at the
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Two persons found guilty in the 2014 murder of Chryslin

 Tonight, the family of 16-year-old Chryslin Gladden has received justice for her brutal 2014 murder.
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Lord’s Bank resident shot while on the job in Belize

A man employed by the Leadership Intervention Unit was injured in a shooting incident this
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The Public Sector Workers’ Trust steps into assist persons affected

About three weeks ago Hurricane Lisa battered the Belize District and left many citizens reeling
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Guatemala says hold on Honduras we own the Sapodilla Cayes

Guatemala is asserting its claim over the Sapodilla Cayes and is expressing its disappointment in
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CCJ Says All Eyes are on Belize’s Maya Land Rights

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) held a court hearing this morning to get a
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UDP Chairman Discusses Letter to U.S. Secretary of State

UDP Chairman, Senator Michael Peyrefitte has written to U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, asking
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Patrick Faber’s future in the UDP depends on Faber, says

As for former Party Leader, Patrick Faber, where does he stand? The day the news
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What’s difference between Saldivar’s and Faber’s public scrutiny?

After former Prime Minister Dean Barrow left the leadership of the UDP in his rear-view
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BCE’s Apples for Kids Charity Fundraiser is Back Again

As the Christmas season rolls around once again, the Belize Camping Experience (BCE) will be
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Prime Minister Revives Petro Caribe Agreement During Recent Trip to

Prime Minister, John Briceño, returned to Belize today after a three-day official visit to the
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PM Briceño Says No Seismic Testing for Now

Prime Minister John Briceño says no seismic testing plans are set in stone. However, he
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Will Rejection of Waterloo’s Project Prompt a Legal Battle?

Can Waterloo Investment Holdings mount a legal battle after the Cruise Tourism Facility and Cargo
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Police Department Investigating John Saldivar

Former UDP Minister John Saldivar is challenging the United States Government to produce evidence that
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BDF Soldier Shot While On-duty along Belize/Guatemala Border

A Belize Defence Force soldier was shot on Saturday during an incident near the Valentin
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Missing man found dead; his former employee charged with his

Tonight, the family of 66-year-old Owen Tucker has received closure but in one of the
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Police say they will follow the science in Elvis Polanco’s

Investigations continue into the murder of businessman, Elvis Polanco. He was gunned down on Saturday,
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Labour Complaints Can Now Be Submitted Virtually

The Ministry of Labour launched today the Labour Complaints Management System – an online portal
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PM Briceno and President Madura Sign Agreement

Prime Minister John Briceno is in Venezuela tonight. He was officially welcomed this evening by
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Senior citizen goes missing; police detain one of his employees

A senior citizen from Rural Belize has mysteriously vanished and in the wake of his
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The MHA suggests GOB establishes a special unit to assist

The Mental Health Association is calling on the Government to establish a specialized unit to
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Sixteen Days of Activism Begins Today

Today marks the beginning of the Sixteen Days of Activism geared at raising awareness to
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The NWC To Become A Statutory Body

The National Women’s Commission will now be able to exercise more autonomy over its affairs.
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GOB Looks To Revise Sexual Harassment Policy and Take it

Minister of Human Development, Dolores Balderamos-Garcia, also highlighted that these sixteen days of activism promote
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CCJ Judge says a ‘technological’ solution may be necessary to

The Caribbean Court of Justice wants to help with Belize’s backlog of cases in the
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John Saldivar says he is innocent and will be challenging

Tonight, John Birchman Saldivar is fighting back and says he is innocent of all the
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John Saldivar says let the people of Belmopan decide

While Saldivar says he will be challenging the US’s decision, he also has to prove
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Waterloo’s Port Project sent to the rubbish heap

Waterloo’s Port of Belize Cruise Tourism Facility and Cargo Expansion Project has been rejected. According
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Teen Remains Paralyzed After Being Involved in Fatal Ranchito Vehicular

One month and thirteen days – that’s how long fifteen-year-old Jaheem Williams has been prostrate
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The Mental Health Association wants GOB to do more

The Mental Health Association (MHA) is calling on the government to do more to address
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Youth Parliamentarians at Commonwealth Youth Parliament in T&T

Belize is participating in the 11th Commonwealth Youth Parliament. The five-day event, which is taking
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The UDP establishes a committee to investigate accusations of corruption

The United Democratic Party (UDP) has decided to establish a special committee to investigate the
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The UDP’s legal advisor resigns

Attorney Estevan Perrera resigned as the UDP’s legal advisor this morning. Perrera’s resignation comes after
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APSSM President says increments are not automatic

Public sector workers and teachers saw the ten percent pay cut, implemented by the Briceño
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APSSM President talks allowances

Even though increments are not automatic, the APSSM President, Sharon Frazer also discussed the issue
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The Court’s Ceilings Came Crashing Down

Urgent repairs – at least for the short-term – are necessary after a part of
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The Magistrate Court Is In Bad Shape

As we mentioned, last week Cabinet approved a supplementary appropriations bill to allocate funds to
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Cop injured in traffic accident out West

 A police officer was injured in a road traffic incident on the outskirts of Belmopan
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Belizean-Americans visit St. Joseph RC and Garifuna Museum in Barranco

A group of Belizean Americans returned home for Garifuna Settlement Day this year. A part
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Gideon Ishim Falls to his death

A resident of the Stann Creek District lost his life on Saturday evening in a
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Motorcycle Indecent Leads to One Man Losing His Life

A road traffic incident near the San Estevan roundabout in Orange Walk Town led to
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BDF To Receive New Aircraft from U.S. Embassy

The Belize Defence Force (BDF) will be welcoming a new Cessna Caravan aircraft into its
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Price of New Sarstoon BDF Base To Be Determined

The Ministry of National Defense is meeting with an engineer who will assess the Forward
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Price Barracks Needs Damage Control After Lisa

Price Barracks is due to undergo much-needed repairs. Hurricane Lisa’s brute winds battered the Belize
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Three men gunned down in Rural Belize; police say it

Police are investigating a triple homicide that took place last night in Sandhill Village. All
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Police Are Still Trying to Connect an Identity to Skeletal

Police have yet to determine the identity of the skeletal remains that were found out
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Four Men Charged in Connection with Attempted Armed Robbery at

The trio of assailants that attempted to rob Lina’s Supermarket on Thursday afternoon appeared in
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Belize Police Department Receives Body Camera Donation from LIU

The Belize Police Department received a second donation of body cams from the Leadership Intervention
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Belize applies for ICJ to resolve Honduras claim of the

Yesterday, Belize deposited its application with the Registrar of the International Court of Justice (ICJ)
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Skeletal remains found in Cayo District

Investigations by police continue into the discovery of a human skeleton that was found yesterday
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Oceana Asks How the People Feel About Removal of Offshore

Today, Oceana announced that it will be launching a petition to trigger a national referendum.
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Oceana Not Impressed by Waterloo Consultations

Oceana is one of the environmental groups that has been vocal about Waterloo’s port expansion
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Cabinet okays budget supplementary to be taken to the House

Efforts to help families recover, especially in Belize City, continue on various fronts. Prime Minister
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Belize City robbers stopped dead in their tracks

Tonight, three men are behind bars after they were arrested in a dramatic fashion after
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BSI Outlines what BSCFA Can and Can’t Have to Conduct

And, this constant back and forth between BSI/ASR and the BSCFA goes beyond just the
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BSI Hoping the New Sugar Crop Season Can Start On

 The start of the new sugar cane crop season remains in limbo since a new
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No Need for GOB to Intervene in Sugar Industry Negotiations

Earlier in the news, we heard Prime Minister, John Briceño, say that the Government will
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PM Comments on Belize Coalition of Medical Professionals

Last week, the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital Authority Workers Union (KHMHAWU), Nurses Association of Belize
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Health Minister meets with Nurses Association

And while the KHMHA Union was not ready to meet with Health and Wellness Minister
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Latest Update on Hurricane Lisa’s damage

Category One Hurricane, Lisa, caused millions in damages in Belize City two weeks ago. The
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Police Corporal Knocked Down and Killed in Unitedville

A police officer was fatally injured in Unitedville Village, Cayo while on the job. According
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Waterloo Back for Second Round of Port Expansion Project Consultations

Friday night saw the second public consultation that was held by Waterloo Investment Holdings Limited
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Waterloo Consultants Say Arrival of Larger Vessels Means Less Pollution

Waterloo’s port expansion project heavily promotes the introduction of a new cruise ship terminal in
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PBL CEO Talks About the Importance of Public Consultation

Taking both meetings into account, this sums up to over nine solid hours of recorded
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Intruder found dead inside a home in Bella Vista Village

A family in Bella Vista Village received the fright of their lives over the weekend
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Constitution Committee officially begins its work

For the first time in more than 20 years, Belizeans will see the start of
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The US Government donates $90,000 to residents impacted by Hurricane

The US Government has provided ninety-seven thousand US dollars worth of essential items to the
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The Japanese provides assistance to families in the wake of

The efforts to help Belize recover following Hurricane Lisa’s passage have continued to take shape.
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Minister of the Public Service weighs in on the restoration

A public consultation is being held tonight for the cruise tourism facility and cargo expansion
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Families left picking up the pieces post-Lisa

Part of NEMO’s ongoing assessments of structural damage to homes and businesses took also consider
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