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Corozal Busitos Convert Vans from Fossil Fuel to LPG

Taxi drivers in the north are reportedly converting their vehicles from fossil fuel to Liquefied
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Labour complaints tribunal empaneled

In cases where workers are unjustly terminated by an employer, those labourers feel as if
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Hawkesworth Bridge Needs Repairing

The iconic Hawkesworth Bridge San Ignacio/Santa Elena is in need of repairs. A tender notice
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Culverts installed in Cayo after weekend floods

The floodwaters of the past weekend continue to affect parts of the Cayo District days
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Update of Flooding in Cayo

We also asked Chief Engineer Lennox Bradley about the road infrastructure following the flooding that
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Crooked Tree Causeway Being Upgraded

In the Belize District, the Ministry of Infrastructure Development is working on mitigating the possible
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Women’s Commission continues advocacy for policies to address gender-based violence

The National Women’s Commission says it continues to advocate for reforms necessary to end discrimination
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New National Gender Policy Aims to Tackle Domestic Violence from

The newly revised National Gender Policy is going to be implemented over ten years. President
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New Passport to be More Secured

There is much talk about the new passport fee that has been proposed. The increase
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Bridge in PG to be fixed

Meanwhile, in Punta Gorda Town, concerns are mounting as it relates to a damaged bridge.
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Toledo Roads to be Upgraded

Several roads in the Toledo District need urgent repairs. Chief Engineer Lennox Bradley explained that
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Well-known Belmopan Pastor Dies

A well-known pastor in Belmopan passed away on Wednesday. Pastor Alvan Gentle died while at
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Belize Free on Avian Influenza

Cabinet announced yesterday that Belize is now free of the Avian Influenza virus. Agriculture Minister
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Cabinet provides support for 22 rural communities without water systems

Cabinet approved just over 677,000 Belize dollars in additional funding for the Ministry of Rural
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Hand In Hand Ministries Celebrate Twenty Years of Service to

The Hand in Hand Ministries is celebrating its twentieth anniversary in Belize. Today, they held
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The “Stray Dog” Problem

It’s a common problem in all municipalities and communities…stray dogs by the hundreds. It’s one
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Addressing Animal Abuse

In the past few months, there has been an increase in reports of animal cruelty.
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CAWS Cares for Animals

Morelli heads the Cayo Animal Welfare Society or CAWS. The organization works on improving the
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Joint Union Not Happy with Briceno Administration

The Joint Unions are upset with the Briceno Administration and in particular with Prime Minister
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PSU Says Appointment of Chairperson for the Public Service Commission

Prime Minister, John Briceño, informed Cabinet that after accepting to serve as the Chairperson of
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PSU President Says Tax Monies Need to Be Paid to

 President of the Public Service Union (PSU), Dean Flowers, says the Auditor General urgently needs
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DOE taking action against Westline for oil spill out west

The Department of the Environment (DOE) is taking action against Westline Bus Company for its
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Government appoints new Belize ambassador to the EU

Belize has appointed its new ambassador to the European Union. She is Dr. Gianni Avila,
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The proposed new prices for passports leaked; Cabinet yet to

Today, social media was abuzz with news that the fees for a Belizean passport have
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Port Loyola Resident Fed Up With Deplorable Condition of the

Torrential weekend rains brought by Julia left many Belize City streets flooded, with some areas
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The BTB holds its first Elevate Training Expo

The Belize Tourism Board (BTB) has launched a project seeking to build the Belizean brand
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BTB is assessing Julia’s damage to the tourism sector

Several businesses in Belize’s tourism sector were negatively impacted by the floods brought on by
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Lord’s Bank gets new bridge

The Lord’s Bank community is getting a new bridge. That’s the result of a collaborative
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Conservation NGOs improve enforcement and patrol in national parts in

An important part of managing the country’s national parks is to enforce the laws to
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UB Celebrates Indigenous People’s Resistance Day

The University of Belize celebrated Indigenous People’s Resistance Day with a commemoration ceremony paired with
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MSME Roadshow Moves to Dangriga

The MSME Roadshow is being held in Dangriga Town this week. Correspondent Harry Arzu attended
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A New Miss Earth Belize has been chosen

Belize is hoping to hold on to the Miss Earth crown for a second consecutive
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Was the upgraded Coastal Road ready for the deluge?

The driver of a truck was washed off the Coastal Highway on Monday as that
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Health Ministry Cautions Public on Drinking from contaminated Water Sources

The Ministry of Health and Wellness is advising the public that due to flooding caused
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Flood waters can be source of infectious disease

The ministry is also advising that flood waters can be the source of many infectious
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John Franklin Charged with Murder of Celso Cawich

Twenty-seven-year-old John Franklin has been charged with murder. He is accused of murdering 38-year-old marine
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Doration Salam Charged with Murder of Kevin Williams

Forty-three-year-old Doratian Rogatian Salam has been charged with murder. He stands accused of fatally stabbing
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US Fugitive Arrested in Belize and Deported

A man accused of tax fraud was arrested in Belize and deported to the US
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Belize’s Judiciary is working to reduce the huge backlog of

The US Government through its Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) is
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Supreme Court Registrar says additional judges played a key role

A major contributor to the decrease in backlogged cases at the court was the arrival
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Belizean Answered the Cries of Elderly Couple

Last week we brought you the story of 69-year-old Lorna Nixon and her common-law-husband 63-year-old
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Gang Member recorded saying he killed persons and plans to

A voice recording of a street figure has emerged and is being investigated by the
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Gang Members Fleeing to the US

The man who is heard in the recording is currently in the US. Apparently, he
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Belizean Maya activists speak on the importance of Indigenous rights

Yesterday, Maya activists, Cristina Coc, Pablo Mis, and Filiberto Penados held a panel discussion at
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Underwater Mayan structures unearthed in southern Belize

Archaeologists have unearthed a rare set of underwater Mayan structures in the south of Belize.
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Belmopan’s water supply interrupted

Ten o’clock tonight: that’s the time, at which Belize Water Services Limited says it will
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It’s National Climate Change Week!

Belize is marking Climate Change Week with several activities. Today, the week kicked off with
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Bad Road Conditions in Toledo

Bad road conditions in the south are presenting challenges for students who are travelling to
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LPG prices have fallen by 20 cents

The price you pay for LPG – the gas you cook with – has seen
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Video Showing Former UDP Leader Patrick Faber head-butting Woman Emerges

Embattled politician and expelled UDP member Patrick Faber is in the news again, and again,
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Stranded Motorist Rescued from Flood on Coastal Road

A truck driver traveling along the Coastal Highway was caught in a potentially life-threatening predicament
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NEMO Says More Floods Are Expected

Flooding has reportedly mostly devastated areas of the Cayo District such as Calla Creek and
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In Person Teaching Resumes Tomorrow

In-person class sessions are expected to resume tomorrow in the rural areas of Cayo.  The
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Tourism Stakeholders Out West Get Affected by Floods

While this weekend’s torrential rains caused major flooding out west, resulting in homes being destroyed
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It’s not over yet! More flooding in some major rivers

The National Hydrological Service advises that additional flooding in some of the country’s major waterways
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Chalillo, Vaca and Mollejon are safe during rains

Another area of concern is the dams, which are operated by Fortis Belize. We are
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A recap of a weekend of rains, thanks to Hurricane

Belize’s extended weekend featured lots of rain and floods. The west and south were mostly
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More flooding expected in the Cayo District

Over the weekend, hurricane Julia slammed into Nicaragua and brought heavy rains to Central America.
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Flooding in the west damaged Cayo’s agriculture sector

The Ministries of Disaster Risk Management and Agriculture have submitted a preliminary report on the
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Parents Raise Concerns Over Invasive Survey Issued to Students

Parents are raising concerns regarding a controversial questionnaire that is reportedly being issued to students
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Students learn the importance of saving!

Some 30 students from across the Belize District were at the Holy Redeemer Credit Union
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Taiwan Expo showcases a variety of businesses

 The Taiwan Expo returned for the 2022 installment over the weekend in Belize City. As
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San Jose Palmar Celebrates Twenty-Second Fiesta Del Pueblo

The twenty-second Fiesta Del Pueblo was held this weekend in San Jose Palmar Village, Orange
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PG Fire Service temporarily relocated

The Punta Gorda Fire Service has been relocated temporarily. That’s because the current building is
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Belizean Youth Ambassadors take on Pensacola

Nine Belizean youths and their chaperone are in the U.S. participating in a State Department-sponsored
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Yo Creek Villager Targeted by Gunman

Also in the Orange Walk District, a man was shot last night in Yo Creek
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Electric Buses are the Way to Go

In early 2023, the Government of Belize will receive the first fleet of electric buses
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Electric Taxis Are Coming

The e-transit plan not only comprises electric buses. According to Mayor Wagner, the plan also
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Holy Emmanuel Street being Upgraded

And as we mentioned, the electric buses will serve the entire city, first leaving off
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Belize Remains Free of Monkeypox

Belize remains free of the Monkeypox virus. To date, there have been more than severity
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New COVID-19 Cases Continue to Decrease

We also asked Dr. Diaz for an update on the number of COVID-19 cases. According
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An Update on the Vaccination Rate

As for vaccines, Dr. Diaz shared the latest number of persons who have received the
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Tilapia Fingerlings In Quarantine After Being Affected by Bacteria

Fish at the Tilapia Hatchery in Central Farm, Cayo are being affected by bacteria. A
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US Government provides financial support to BAHA for medfly program

The US Government, through the US Department of Agriculture, provided two hundred twenty-six thousand dollars
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Over Twenty Farmers Receive Training in Soursop Cultivation

Farmers from the Cayo District participated in a one-day workshop in Central Farm on soursop
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San Jose Succotz Woman Attacked on Her Property

Sixty-six-year-old Martina Col, a resident of San Jose Succotz Village in the Cayo District, says
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Mayor Wagner Updates on City’s Tax Collecting Efforts

During the interview with Belize City Mayor Bernard Wagner, he also spoke about the council’s
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GOB Gives Parcel of Land to Panamanian Embassy so An

The Embassy of Panama in Belize received its land papers and is now looking to
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Garden City Gets New Garbage Bins for Plastic Bottles

The Child Advisory Body (CAB) has launched its new clean-up initiative.  Newly build petal-shaped garbage
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The Belize Cancer Society launches its 5th Annual Cancer Awareness

The Belize Cancer Society Dangriga Branch has announced the launch of its 5th Annual Cancer
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The National High School Volleyball Tournament makes a return

As schools return to operating under some form of normalcy, so are the sporting competitions
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Reggae artist Etana is preparing in advance for her upcoming

Reggae artist Etana is in Belize to drum up attention for her upcoming concert on
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The Met-Service is keeping a close eye on a new

The National Meteorological Service is currently monitoring another weather system developing in the eastern Caribbean
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Belize continues to work toward greater climate resilience

The Ministry of Blue Economy and the UN body, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO),
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TASA Signs Grant Agreement to Continue Conservation Efforts

Bigger fish and more fish: that is what the Turneffe Atoll Sustainability Association (TASA) is
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Over a dozen women take the steering wheel in BDF

Sixteen Belizean women are learning how to drive a motor vehicle. The Young Women’s Christian
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Belmopan Land Dispute Ventilated

The former UDP Belmopan City Council is being chastised for de-reserving a piece of land
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Santa Rosa Village Resident’s House Demolished because of Land Dispute

Santa Rosa Village resident, Godfrey Sho says that the house in which he lived for
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Miguel Lopez Shares his Side of the story

A resident from San Jose Succotz Village, Cayo District tells the other side of what
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Marissa Longsworth, new Honorary Consul of Canada

Former President of the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Marissa Longsworth is the new
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Corozal and PG Community Hospitals to receive autoclaves to safely

The community hospitals of Corozal and Punta Gorda Towns are receiving autoclaves, thanks to a
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Farming communities to improve irrigation systems

Several farming communities across Belize are improving their irrigation systems. That’s the main objective of
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BDF Soldier Private Martells Is on the Road to Recovery

Belize Defense Force Private Cory Martells is on the road to recovery and is expected
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BDF Working to Get Blood Bank Equipment

BDF Commander, Brigadier General, Azariel Loria, says that after this incident, they realized that they
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Making Workplaces Safe Spaces

The realities of life can be consuming. For many of us, the challenges faced outside
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Belize pilots CARICOM Youth Development Action Plan

Belize is joining the rest of the Caribbean Community in pressing forward with what’s called
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San Jose Palmar Village to Host Fiesta Del Pueblo

The twenty-second Fiesta Del Pueblo is going to be held this weekend in San Jose
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Belmopan Cancer Society receive donation for financial assistance program

Getting cancer treatment and being administered the necessary tests are expensive. For those living with
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YWCA elects new Board of Directors

The Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) has elected its new board of directors. At its
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