November 9, 2023

Ministry of Natural Resources executes National Soil Survey

The Ministry of Natural Resources, Petroleum and Mining and the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security and Enterprise in collaboration with the Partnership Initiative for Sustainable Land [...]
November 9, 2023

Water-based tour activities resume with caution at Nohoch Che’en

The Xunantunich Archeological Reserve and Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) cave remain closed.
November 8, 2023

Boa constrictor attacks 6-year-old child

According to 7News Belize, the family was asleep when the snake bit the child.
November 4, 2023

NEMO says flood conditions possible tonight in Cayo District as major bridges, ferries closed

A broad area of low pressure continues to produce a large area of disorganized showers and thunderstorms over the western Caribbean Sea and Belize.
October 30, 2023

Jamaica PM: Earthquake damage ‘minor’ but remain calm for aftershocks

By Aaron Humes: Following a magnitude 5.6 earthquake this morning, Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness has reported that initial assessments have found damage to apparently be [...]
October 29, 2023

Concerns over too much borrowing dominate debate in Senate on $14 million loan for blue economy project

They had another opportunity in the Senate on Thursday with a US$7 million (BZ$14 million) loan from the Inter-American Development Bank to execute a blue economy [...]
October 29, 2023

Referendum Act now includes provision for mandatory referendum on amendment to moratorium

The government had promised that if it ever changed its position on offshore oil exploration, it would go to the public in a referendum first. Following [...]
October 26, 2023

Luke Martinez on occupational health and safety: ‘Enact this bill now’

Martinez, filling in as temporary Senator, informed the Senate that a deadline set following a meeting with Labour Minister Oscar Requeña and previously with Prime Minister [...]