August 29, 2020

Prime Minister optimistic that Belize’s economy will rebound despite deep contraction in second quarter

Hardly news, and he admitted that a 23 percent downturn in gross domestic product (GDP) in the second quarter, detailed by the Statistical Institute of Belize [...]
August 29, 2020

Belize’s International Airport (PGIA) set to re-open October 1, 2020

By that time, the stakeholders will have been trained and the movement through the airport will be “down pat,” and the October 1, 2020 date "is [...]
August 28, 2020

Pine Lumber Company “turns ordinary into extraordinary”

But it has been thinking big and over the years moved to a position at the front of Belize’s forestry industry, with its focus on sustainable [...]
August 28, 2020

Second round of Unemployment Relief Program begins Monday

There has been delay, P.M. Barrow said, because of the shift from the Social Security Board (SSB) to the National Bank and the various issues with [...]
August 28, 2020

PGIA to re-open October 1

By that time, the stakeholders will have been trained and the movement through the airport will be “down pat,” the P.M. assured.
August 28, 2020

UN chief calls for sustainable recovery of tourism from COVID-19

According to Xinhua News via China News, he identified five priority areas: mitigating the socio-economic impacts of COVID-19, building resilience across the entire tourism value chain, [...]
August 28, 2020

UB Faculty and Staff Union joins in rejecting Labour Amendment Bill 2020

“It is our view that the Bill is generally stacked against the employee and in favour of the employer. This cannot stand.  At this time, in the [...]
August 27, 2020

Cane farmers getting bounty under GOB’s farmer assistance programme

The first $1.2 million of two million dollars from the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) for sugar, allocated for drought relief, will be dispersed in September alongside [...]
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