March 31, 2022

Belize begins to aim for national identification system

A first stakeholder workshop was held on Monday by the E-Governance and Digitalization Unit under the Ministry of Public Utilities, Energy, Logistics & E-Governance, with the [...]
March 11, 2022

BREAKING: Two women in the race for new NGO Senator – voting underway

Those contesting the position are Dr Sharmayne Saunders and Janelle Chanona, both well known in NGO circles and exemplary women in their respective fields.
March 3, 2022

Build Belize makes donation of laptops to students

Under its “Donate to Educate” program, student recipients will be required to demonstrate responsibility and a certain level of accountability for the devices. As a part [...]
March 1, 2022

Lawyers for Christian Workers’ Union (CWU) assert they did nothing wrong in paying stevedores

Attorney Darrell Bradley, who along with Magalie Perdomo represents the Union, argued that nothing was in place preventing the CWU from distributing the funds, not even [...]
February 27, 2022

Statistical Institute prepares for Census; to assist with redistricting process

After two postponements in as many years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Acting Director General of the Institute Diana Castillo-Trejo said they will be ready for [...]
February 27, 2022

Government working out details to get teachers and public officers their 10 percent back

"The GOB has committed to restore the 10% gradually within the new Fiscal Year 2022/2023. The Cabinet will finalize its position on the matter during its [...]
February 27, 2022
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Christian Workers’ Union president “Mose” Hyde says he retains confidence of union members

It is something Hyde told Channel 7 News’ Jules Vasquez on talk show Uncut last week and reporters again at a press conference this week that [...]
February 26, 2022

Christian Workers Union says no progress has been made on implementing arbitration ruling

In January, the Essential Services Arbitration Tribunal had delivered its ruling on the dispute between the CWU and PBL. In that ruling, the five-member tribunal had [...]