March 24, 2022

Spanish Lookout hosts best of Belizean business at commercial and industrial expo

More than a hundred businesses and organizations will be showcasing their products and offering steal deals in the first such public event of its kind since [...]
March 24, 2022

Prime Minister John Briceño: ‘Agriculture is our first line in the fight against poverty’

“Agriculture is our first line in the fight against poverty,” said Prime Minister John Briceño on Tuesday at the inauguration of a renovated export cattle corral [...]
March 24, 2022

Government belatedly confirms regular fuel price increase

The Ministry claims the increase is “entirely attributable to the acquisition costs of the product” and that the Government reduced all levies on regular fuel by [...]
March 24, 2022

Belize cattle exports to Mexico moving up to 800 head per week

“From day one since our Administration took office, we took swift action to rescue and revive the live cattle trade with regional partners,” said Prime Minister [...]
March 24, 2022

Minister of Education Francis Fonseca: ‘We did not sit and cry’

And while the new Government could have sat and “cried” and “waited for the deluge”, he said, they “rolled up their sleeves and got to work,” [...]
March 24, 2022

Cordel Hyde pays tribute to public officers for economic recovery: ‘They felt pain’

The furniture money that Moses ‘Shyne’ Barrow criticized was for furnishings at the new building in the Lake Independence area, he explained, for example.
March 24, 2022

Leader of the Opposition on Budget: ‘You said would do better…this is a betrayal’

Likewise, the Office of the Prime Minister’s budget is up to $24 million, with some earmarked for certain unnamed “organizations.”
March 23, 2022

Chicken prices going up by average of nine cents – but not cost of food, says Poultry Association

Manager Armando Cowo confirmed the price increased and cites both rising fuel prices and the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war on commodity production: “It is not [...]
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