September 8, 2022

Possible Constitutional change is in Belizeans’ hands after Queen’s death: Francis Fonseca

By Aaron Humes: Today, Minister of Education, Francis Fonseca, said that the chance to define our governance system will be the decision of Belizeans as part [...]
September 4, 2022

Promoters of Yucatec Maya culture honored at Maya Heroes Day Ceremony

The event was held by the Northern Maya Association of Belize (NMAB) on Saturday, September 3, at the Battle of Orange Walk monument in Orange Walk [...]
September 2, 2022

Carnival Parade is longer this year, passing over BelChina Bridge

By Rubén Morales Iglesias: Since the Belize Carnival Association has had to reroute the Official Carnival Road March route to cross from the Southside to the Northside [...]
August 21, 2022

National Heritage………entry fee, cheaper than a Frappuccino

By Ambassador F. Daniel Gutierez: There is a unique serenity on top of El Castillo at Xunantunich. From that vantage point, the rolling hills of western [...]
July 27, 2022

East Indian cultural advocacy groups want their seat on the People’s Constitution Commission

Today, the East Indian Council of Belize and the Corozal Organization of East Indian Cultural Heritage, issued a statement, saying that they are greatly concerned about [...]
June 26, 2022

Leader of the Opposition performs at BET Awards in honor of mentor Diddy

Moses “Shyne” Barrow returned to the entertainment stage this evening in a special performance in honour of mentor Sean “P. Diddy” Combs at the BET [Black [...]
June 14, 2022

Minor held in Dangriga murder of “Culu” Coote

Robert Michael Coote, 31, alias “Culu” or “Kunku Man,” was found shot on St Vincent Street around 8:00 p.m. in front of a Chinese gaming store. [...]
May 17, 2022

Karaoke nights return to Black Orchid Resort on Saturday March 21; Friday May 27

Karaoke fans and lovers, you cannot miss out on Karaoke Nights at the Black Orchid Resort on Saturday, March 21, and Friday, May 27. Come out [...]