December 7, 2023

Water-based tour activities suspended at Nohoch Che’en and ATM caves

and Nohoch Che’en Caves.
December 5, 2023

UNICEF Belize and CEMO collaborate for school outreach program 2024

The materials will be used to enhance children's participation in climate change awareness and disaster risk reduction (DRR) initiatives.
December 5, 2023

Developers face stop order after dredging without environmental clearance in Marine Protected Area

The order was issued on November 29 and was addressed to both the owner of the island and his company, Sunset Caye LLC, as well as [...]
December 4, 2023

Minister of Sustainable Development, Climate Change, and Disaster Risk Management leads Belize delegation to COP28

“It has been eight years since the Paris Agreement, and the need for actionable progress toward achieving the 1.5-degree target has never been more pressing. Today’s [...]
December 4, 2023

International News: Venezuela approves referendum on sovereignty over Essequibo region of Guyana

The Government of President Nicolas Maduro argues the land was “stolen” from Venezuela when the border was drawn more than a century ago; Guyana maintains the [...]
December 1, 2023

Six-foot boa constrictor lured out by midweek rains found run over, then chopped to death

The snake was seen crawling onto Mosul Street headed for Orange Street around 7 p.m. Wednesday when a vehicle ran over it. It survived but was [...]
December 1, 2023

Entrance fees at Archaeological Reserves set to increase next year

During that session, cabinet agreed that to safeguard investment in Belize’s archaeological reserves, an increase in the entrance fees at archaeological reserves in Belize is being [...]
November 29, 2023

Belize City drenched by constant rain all day, streets flood

The weather forecast called for all-day rain and it’s taking its toll in the country’s main city as streets and other areas are already flooding