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June 10, 2023

Belize Electricity Limited working on restoring power after unplanned outage

Outages were already in place in parts of Stann Creek and near Price Barracks to work on lines in those areas. Power is expected to be [...]
June 9, 2023

Port of Belize Limited plans to sue former Minister Erwin Contreras

PBL says it intends to sue “for misfeasance in public office arising from the Defendant's deliberate, willful, unlawful and clandestine signing of the Definitive Agreement between [...]
June 9, 2023

Christian Workers’ Union to strike over Port of Belize refusing to negotiate sugar award

The CWU and Port of Belize have been at odds concerning the alleged redundancy of stevedores with respect to the sugar industry, which has moved and [...]
June 9, 2023

Ministry of Agriculture delegation meets Belizean students at highly-recognized Zamorano Pan-American Agricultural School in Honduras

By Rubén Morales Iglesias: On the final leg of a three-day exploratory tour of Honduras, the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security, and Enterprise (MAFSE) delegation visited [...]
June 8, 2023

Ministry of Agriculture hosts 2-day training workshop on Coconut, Pitahaya and Potato cultivation

By Rubén Morales Iglesias: The Ministry of Agriculture is hosting a two-day training workshop to develop specific action plans and pilot projects to improve the Value Chain [...]
June 8, 2023

San Narciso RC School students enjoy eating boiled corn they cultivated in school project

By Rubén Morales Iglesias: After months of work, the San Narciso RC School students in San Narciso, Corozal District were able to reap the corn they planted [...]
June 8, 2023

Belize City fishermen to pay nearly $100,000 in fines after bust of out-of-season conch and lobster and prohibited fish species

The bust was made by Fisheries Department officials on June 6 at 3:45 a.m. on a vessel located 1 1/2 miles south of the Stake Bank [...]
June 7, 2023

‘The economy (and crime), stupid!’: recent poll says Government needs to reduce cost of living, increase employment

In a word, Belizeans told pollsters Viking Strategies that the economy was bad – likely due to the lingering effects of the COVID pandemic and the [...]
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