May 16, 2022

Universal Hardware is gearing up for its Mega Sale in Belize City from May 19-21

“It’s three days, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday,” said Dueck. “We hope everybody gets a chance to come out and get a deal. We open at 8:00 [...]
May 16, 2022

Can ‘Sowing Life’ help Belizean farmers?

During his visit to Belize last week, Belize signed on with the program, a 3.4 billion-US dollar tree-planting plan that is contemplated to address poverty and [...]
May 16, 2022

Prime Minister, Agriculture Minister give favourable report on Mexican president’s visit to Belize

During Friday’s meeting of the House of Representatives, Prime Minister John Briceno and Agriculture Minister Jose Mai talked up the benefits of Mexico’s decision to slash [...]
May 15, 2022

Minister of Culture on trade license for entertainers: “We cannot have an economy in which 50 percent of the participants follow the rules”

And, he says that while those affected will be welcome to voice their concerns at the Committee meeting on the Bill to be announced in due [...]
May 15, 2022

After backlash, Ministry of Local Government clarifies provisions of Trade Licensing Bill, 2022

It came as a shock in particular to entertainers, online business operators and others that they would now be made to pay fees to the trade [...]
May 15, 2022

Tourism Board sponsors the return of Cashew Fest in Crooked Tree

By Aaron Humes: After a two-year absence, the Crooked Tree Cashew Fest and Agricultural Show is back.
May 13, 2022

Orange Walk Beekeepers Group becomes full-fledged cooperative

By Rubén Morales Iglesias: The Orange Walk Beekeepers Pre-Cooperative today became the Orange Walk Beekeepers Co-operative Society Ltd, a full-fledged cooperative registered under the Department of [...]
May 12, 2022

Population and housing census officially launches today

The SIB said that the official data collection for the census will begin tomorrow, Friday, May 13, and will run for approximately 10 weeks.
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