November 23, 2019

Public Service Union expresses major concerns about Belize Tax Services Department

The PSU said that chief among their concerns is the fact that the BTS was officially launched on August 2, but to date has not established [...]
September 29, 2019

Belize emergency services boosted by Canada – U.S. joint donation

By Aaron Humes: The two largest English-speaking nations in the Western Hemisphere combined to assist Belize's emergency services on Saturday.
September 14, 2019

Oldest living WW2 veteran turns 110

Brooks was stationed in New Guinea and the Philippines as part of the 91st Engineer Battalion, which was predominantly made up of African Americans serving under [...]
August 12, 2019

Trinidad attorney Chelsea Stewart joins Belize Bar

Originally from Trinidad and Tobago, Ms. Stewart has joined the law firm of Glenn D. Godfrey and Company to practice in civil litigation, corporate and commercial [...]
August 7, 2019

New office team for Belize Hotel Association

Ilechia Flowers succeeds Tessie Tonaco as Marketing Director, after Tonaco resigned to pursue other opportunities. Flowers, the former Membership and Marketing Executive, will now be responsible [...]
July 7, 2019

Olympic day postponed due to inclement weather

The event, which was to be the first-ever celebration of Olympic day in Belize, has been recheduled for Sunday, July 14.
May 31, 2019

Government CEO wins Ladyville property from Cancer Society

Presented with her prize this afternoon at the Society headquarters in Belize City, she said she hadn't thought about the ticket after buying it and had [...]
April 28, 2019

Broadcasting Authority supports code of conduct

Burns made note that the BBA, established under the Broadcasting Act, will endorse the final code of conduct agreed on by journalists attending today’s conference.