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November 25, 2021

Land borders to reopen in early 2022, Prime Minister Briceño tells Belize Chamber of Commerce

The announcement came at a meeting the Prime Minister and Christopher Coye, Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance, Economic Development and Investment had with [...]
November 24, 2021

Agriculture Ministry conducts poultry vaccination against Newcastle Disease in Belize City

“Our officers went out in the area yesterday to find out how many birds are in the area, and they found out that there are about [...]
November 23, 2021

Tourism on the move – Officials discuss flights from Mexico to Belize

The high level delegation from Belize included Hon. Anthony Mahler (Minister, Tourism and Diaspora Relations), Hon. Andre Perez (Minister, Blue Economy and Civil Aviation), His Excellency [...]
November 22, 2021

Agriculture Ministry training sheep trainers in Sheep/Goat Nutrition Management, Reproductive Biotechnology

Practical sessions on the subject are being held at the National Sheep and Goat Breeding Center at Central Farm.
November 21, 2021

Marcel Palma, former mayoral candidate for the BPP and prominent agriculturalist, passes

In a release issued on Sunday morning, the BPP said that it "is deeply saddened and mourns the untimely passing of our beloved brother and friend" [...]
November 19, 2021

BSCFA gets meeting with PM Briceño and Agriculture Minister over commercial agreement

A summary of the ongoing points of discussion was presented by the Leaders of the Association, which had been trying to get an audience with the [...]
November 19, 2021

Take advantage of the Gold Rush Super Sale at Caribbean Tire in Spanish Lookout on Friday & Saturday, November 19-20

Don’t miss out on the ‘Buy 3, Get 1 free’ promotion on Hankook tires and the 17% discount on Laufenn tires, whether its mud-grip, all-terrain, or [...]
November 18, 2021

Hot pepper farm demonstration held in Alta Vista, Stann Creek, aimed at re-energizing the industry, meet Marie Sharp’s demand

“These activities are aligned to support the re-energizing of hot pepper producers in the District to drive towards that 1 million-pound demand for Marie Sharp,” said [...]
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