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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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Health Minister responds to concerns over shortages of medication

During today’s meeting with the Nurses Association of Belize, representatives of the association and the
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PM Briceno Responds to JUNT

Prime Minister John Briceno says his government is not ignoring the leaders of the Joint
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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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Tourism industry still assessing damage after Lisa

The tourism industry also sustained losses in the wake of Hurricane Lisa, which made landfall
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Cycling Federation gears up for new elections; one team says

Love News has learned that complaints about an unfair election process are abound as it
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Major Investments and Upgrades Highlighted at BSI/ASR

Today, the Belize Sugar Industries Ltd (BSI/ASR) gave the media a firsthand look at how
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Ministry of Economic Development and Belize Bureau of Standards ink

The Ministry of Economic Development, through the RRB Project, has also signed an MOU with
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Ministry of Economic Development inks MOU with the Met Service

The Ministry of Economic Development, through the Resilient Rural Belize (RRB) Program, signed a memorandum
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This year’s sugar cane quality might be affected by Hurricane

The quality of cane produced during this year’s sugar cane season will be poor in
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BSCFA says BSI/ASR needs to improve its milling capacity

As the sugar impasse between the BSCFA and BSI/ASR heats up, both parties continue to
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Belize secures $10 m loan from IDB

Belize has secured a 10-million-dollar loan from the Inter-American Development Bank. This funding will help
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St. Matthew Villagers concerned over group of alleged robbers

A resident of St. Mathews Village, Cayo says she is concerned over an apparent group
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US Secretary of State Accuses John Saldivar of Significant Corruption

John Saldivar is persona-non-grata in the US. That’s because the US Secretary of State, Anthony
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Father of two killed at home; police seeking three suspects

A father of two was slain last night in Rural Belize and police have detained
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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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The BSCFA says ASR/BSI is not being truthful

Tonight, after months of negotiations the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association (BSCFA) say they remain
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BSCFA says a no negotiator is yet to be identified

The start of the new sugar cane crop is expected to start in mid-December but
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The BSCFA say that the Government is not doing enough

The BSCFA is calling on the government to do more to resolve the sugar impasse
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PM Briceño speaks on newly installed People’s Constitution Commission

Prime Minister John Briceño’s government is hoping that the constitutional reform process will result in
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PM Briceño says everyone’s input counts in reform process

There are some 26 groups that have representation on the newly-formed People’s Constitution Commission. The
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Political and Constitutional Reform Minister says revamping the Supreme Laws

Yesterday’s launch of the People’s Constitution Commission is seen as a campaign promise being fulfilled
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Tropic Air launches new service to San Pedro Sula

Tropic Air has extended its services to another route in Central America. The new service
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Kim Vasquez named as the substantive Director of NICH’s Institute

Screenwriter, Kim Vasquez has been the acting Director of the Institute of Creative Arts for
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Belizeans’ Mental Health Crumbling Under the Impacts of Lisa

Coping with mental challenges in and of itself is hard and for many people who
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Dissenting opinions, a natural part of consultations

A group of more than two dozen organisations have a year and a half to
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PM Briceño says everyone’s input counts in reform process

Those 26 or so groups, which have representation on the newly-formed People’s Constitution Commission, saw
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Belizean Biker Prepares for the Baja 1000 Off-Road Race

Ever hopped on a bike and trekked thousands of miles? Most of us haven’t and
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Youths in Punta Gorda Learn how to mitigate effects of

And finally, young men and women in Punta Gorda Town are learning how they can
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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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Police confirm that Celia Florian was strangled to death

Police have confirmed that 30-year-old Celia Florian was strangled. Florian was reported missing on October
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Minor injured in traffic incident down South

A child was injured in the Toledo District yesterday evening in a road traffic incident.
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Cop clinging to life after falling out of a moving

Tonight, a police officer from the Cayo District is clinging to life after falling out
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Police Comment on Truck Collision in Carmelita Village

Another road traffic incident where several persons received minor injuries is also being settled out
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Thief Targets Chicken Truck

Police are investigating an armed robbery that took place at around 1:30 this afternoon at
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Corozal Town Councilors Come to Clean Belize City

Representatives of the Corozal Town Council were in Belize City over the weekend distributing pantry
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Peak Season Causes Delays at Port of Belize

Delays at the Port of Belize Limited are not unusual for this time of the
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Trestle Repairs at PBL are Complete

During our interview with the CEO of the Port of Belize Limited, Andy Lane, he
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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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Missing man found alive and well

Tonight, a businessman from Burrell Boom Village is back home with his family after being
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Belize City men charged for armed robbery

Two Belize City have been charged with firearm-related offences after holding up a businessman on
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Belize celebrates World Diabetes Day

Hundreds of nations across the globe are celebrating today, November 14, as World Diabetes. Each
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Belizean Living in the US Proposes Waste Recycling Project

A Belizean business owner living in the United States is hoping to become a catalyst
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Police in PG Addresses Residents’ Concerns

The Punta Gorda Police Formation in Toledo held a meeting with expatriates residing in the
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Dangriga Community Members Come together to address crime

And, in the Stann Creek District, the town council along with police officers underwent a
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NSSSA National volleyball championship held

The National Secondary Schools Sports Association (NSSSA) national volleyball championship was held this weekend at
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Dangriga Prepares for Garifuna Settlement Day

In Dangriga Town, Stann Creek District, residents have begun preparations to bring in the Garifuna
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Dangriga’s Hanigi Wagübürigu wins the 17th Battle of the Drums

The seventeenth Battle of the Drums competition was held over the weekend, in Punta Gorda
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UDP’s Internal Battle for Collet is On!

Ian Jones is expected to be endorsed in a convention tomorrow morning at the UDP
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NEMO’s damage assessment subcommittee still in the field

Last evening, we reported that NEMO’s initial assessment of the damage left in the wake
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Belize receives support from the IDB, CDB, and CABEI

In the wake of Hurricane Lisa’s devastation, the Government of Belize is receiving hundreds 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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Belize’s GDP will be impacted by Hurricane Lisa says CEO

Hurricane Lisa has not only caused severe damage to the country’s infrastructure but to Belize’s
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Minister of the Public Service weighs in on the restoration

Tonight, the CEO of the Ministry of Economic Development, Dr. Osmond Martinez is defending the
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The cost of goods are soaring

Common, everyday things are getting more expensive. From food to fuel and everything in between
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Belize’s Brown Sugar Sales Soar in the Caribbean

The success of Belize’s sale of brown sugar in the CARICOM market is looking bright.
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BSCFA Says BSI’s Audit Rights Were Offered at a Bad

Love News has been following up on the current state of the ongoing sugar impasse
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Truck Drivers Complain of Delays at PBL

Love News has received several calls from truck drivers who complained of a delay at
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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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PUP Chairman says the past two years have been a

Today, November 11, marks two years since the People’s United Party led by Prime Minister
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Curtis August charged for break-in at former ComPol’s house

 22-year-old Curtis Chris August has been arrested and charged by police.  The San Jose Nuevo
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Woman shot in the neck

Police in Belize City are investigating a shooting incident which left one woman injured. The
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CEO of Economic Development shares his thoughts on COP 27

A small delegation of Belizeans is in Egypt for COP 27. The country is hoping
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Fourteen Indicators Identified in Belize to be Used to Monitor

Belize is expecting to become one of the trailblazers in the region in climate change
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Belize Engages in More Talks About Strengthening the Country’s Cybersecurity

Belize commits to being more proactive in safeguarding the country’s cybersecurity. The Minister of State
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Ladyville Residents Receive Pantry Bags from ADRA

Over two hundred Ladyville residents received assistance today from the Adventist Development and Relief Agency
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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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Cultures come alive in Garden City

Yesterday, the Belmopan City Council and the National Institute of Culture and History (NICH) held
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Reports of abduction attempts are untrue, says police

The kidnapping attempts were a farce. That’s what the Police Department has determined after investigations
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Break-in at former ComPol’s home; guns recovered

Who broke into former Police Commissioner Allen Whylie’s home? Police tonight say that they have
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Police find guns and ammo on La Isla Bonita

While police are still trying to determine if any charges will come for the false
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Shooting in Sandhill Leaves Man Hospitalized

Twenty-four-year-old Jordan Murillo is hospitalized tonight after being shot last night in Sandhill Village, Belize
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COP 27 Update: Loss and Damage on the Agenda!

COP 27 is underway in Egypt. A Belize delegation is currently there with the hopes
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Climate Experts Observing US Midterms Election Results

And because the US is a big polluter country, Climate Change experts in the region
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BSI Says A Prospective Mediator Has Been Identified, But BSCFA

There is no reason why the new sugar cane crop season should begin within the
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BSCFA’s Global Price Analogy Inaccurate Says BSI

 And, while the final sugar cane prices for the season were looking up for the
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Hurricane Lisa’s hefty price tag

Millions of dollars are required to get the country on the road to recovery in
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LOO speaks on the UDP’s efforts to assist persons affected

In the wake of Hurricane Lisa, numerous organizations have mobilized to assist residents affected by
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Good Samaritans are working to rebuild the “Word of Faith

 The Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW) is working with residents of Hattieville Village to
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Forty golden citizens gifted by Help Age Belize

Today, forty elderly residents of Belize City were provided with a warm meal courtesy of
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Agriculture Ministry revokes order of areas infected with bird flu

There were no positive cases of influenza. That was the stance of the Belize Poultry
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Orange Walk businessman robbed at gunpoint in Belize City

Police in Belize City are investigating an armed robbery that took place in the St.
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Man Found Dead in Prison

A man was found dead at the Belize Central Prison this morning. We understand that
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Can the Price of Poultry Be Regulated?

The Government of Belize is looking at several products that will be price regulated, and
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Largest Number of Cattle to Be Exported by December

December should see the largest number of cattle being exported to Mexico since the fifteen
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Lab Techs Undergo Training to Prevent and Control Banana Disease

The International Cooperation Development Fund through the Embassy of the Taiwanese Embassy in Belize is
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New Sheep Barn Inaugurated at Central Farm in Cayo District

A newly built sheep barn was inaugurated today in Central Farm, Cayo District. The barn
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La Isla Bonita has 36 new Justices of the Peace

The JP Association’s San Pedro branch has 36 new members in its chapter. The Justices
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OW Car Dealer Criminally Charged

A car dealer from Orange Walk Town is in trouble with the law.  37-year-old Jonathan
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Ministry of Health and Wellness Continues HPV Vaccine Drive in

The Ministry of Health and Wellness is advising parents and guardians that nurses are currently visiting
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Belizeans appointed Order of the British Empire

Yesterday, we told you of the seven Belizeans, who’ve been honoured by the country’s head
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Female minor survives kidnapping attempt

Belize City residents are on high alert after an attempt was made to abduct a
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Six-year-old girl allegedly abducted up north

Today’s incident follows that of a similar nature, which happened in Orange Walk. A six-year-old
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BDF Chief of Staff explains how illegal structures at the

Shifting now to the borderline: A local news outlet in Melchor de Mencos, Guatemalan, is
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Minister of Agriculture Says Better Safe than Sorry After Bird

Yesterday Love News broke the story that there was no avian influenza in the country,
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