August 1, 2020

Emancipation day reflections Part I – The mindset of ‘blacks’ in Belize

By Hugh O'Brien: This article was written after deep reflection and with resilient optimism that where there is a will there is a way. It is [...]
June 29, 2020

Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) pays tribute to late Dominican attorney

Dominican news media report that tributes have been pouring in from friends and colleagues including broadcaster Ken Richards, formerly of the BBC, and now president of [...]
June 12, 2020

Tourism Industry Association loses support from some members following split on decision to re-open airport

The BTIA wrote that it cannot appease all members all the time, but that it has concentrated its lobbying efforts to look after the best interests [...]
February 18, 2020

Belize is removed from the EU List of Harmful Preferential Tax Regimes

The Government of Belize has been informed that the recent amendments to both the Income and Business Tax Act and Tax Administrative and Procedure Act on [...]
January 17, 2020

Belize Youth Movement “Outraged” by Julian Cho audit report

The BYM noted with concern the fact that it was reported that a member of the national sports council allegedly misappropriated $50 stipends that was supposed [...]
January 12, 2020

Young Belizean with high aspirations meets pilot, tours plane’s cockpit

Miguel had a plan and sprung it into motion when he approached the flight crew with his request and two gifts to give to the pilot [...]
August 12, 2019

Belize: Settle Out of Court With Guatemala

By Richard Harrison: Yesterday, Guatemala elected a new president, Dr. Alejandro Giammattei…which opens new opportunities for Guatemala and all who does business with them.
July 14, 2019

PUP can win in 2020

By Micah Goodin: For the first time since the collapse of the Said Musa administration, the People's United Party (PUP) is poised to sweep the next [...]