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Tourist Welcome Center to be constructed on Paslow Building site by year’s end

Tourist Welcome Center to be constructed on Paslow Building site by year’s end

BELIIZE CITY, Fri. June 14, 2019– The empty land at the foot of the Belize City Swing Bridge, on the northside, where the landmark Paslow Building once stood, is being reclaimed as part of the Downtown [...]

Addressing mental health in Belize

Addressing mental health in Belize

Recently, Belize has witnessed the devastating effects that can arise from not knowing how to address mental illness. Exposure to persons suffering from mental illness is not necessarily uncharted territory for Belizeans. A large majority of [...]

PSE results 2019

PSE results 2019

BELIZE CITY, Mon. June 10, 2019– The 2019 Primary School Examination (PSE) results are in, and on Monday, the Ministry of Education took the opportunity to congratulate all top-performing students and published the official results of [...]

SJC 2E students and teacher publish book on Black Cross Nurses

SJC 2E students and teacher publish book on Black Cross Nurses

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. June 6, 2019– There is a lot of history that is not being taught in the schools of Belize. The history of the Africans who were brought to Belize as slaves, and the [...]

The Class of 1969 – Saint Catherine Academy, Pallotti High School, and St. John’s College held 3-day Joint 50-year reunion

The Class of 1969 – Saint Catherine Academy, Pallotti High School, and St. John’s College held 3-day Joint 50-year reunion

BELIZE CITY, Mon. June 3, 2019– The Class of 1969 from Saint Catherine Academy, Pallotti High School, and St. John’s College in Belize City held their 3-day Joint 50-year reunion last weekend.  Following the reunion Mass [...]

The Belize Cancer Society building awareness one cancer walk at a time

The Belize Cancer Society building awareness one cancer walk at a time

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. May 30, 2019– This past Saturday, the Belize Cancer Society held another of its Cancer Walks in which thousands of Belizeans walked from the starting point in Ladyville, in front of Celina’s Bar, [...]

Maduro survives attempted coup; popularity of US-backed interim president wanes, says Venezuela’s Ambassador to Belize

Maduro survives attempted coup; popularity of US-backed interim president wanes, says Venezuela’s Ambassador to Belize

Life for ordinary Venezuelans is made more difficult due to the effects of various US-led sanctions BELIZE CITY, Tues. May 21, 2019– In January, the name Juan Guaidó burst onto world headline news as the 35-year-old [...]

PM Barrow’s update on Sanctuary Belize and the Atlantic International Bank fiasco

PM Barrow’s update on Sanctuary Belize and the Atlantic International Bank fiasco

BELIZE CITY, Mon. May 20, 2019– Prime Minister Dean Barrow was asked to provide an update on the Sanctuary Belize mortgage scam, one of the largest real estate fraud cases in the history of the United [...]

Cabinet approves Maritime Areas Act amendment and appoints Assad Shoman to be Belize’s ICJ agent

Cabinet approves Maritime Areas Act amendment and appoints Assad Shoman to be Belize’s ICJ agent

BELIZE CITY, Wed. May 15, 2019– On Wednesday, May 8, the majority of Belizeans voted yes in a referendum regarding whether Guatemala’s claim to Belize’s territory should be taken to the International Court of Justice (ICJ)  [...]

The Economic Development Council aspires for exponential growth in Belize

The Economic Development Council aspires for exponential growth in Belize

BELIZE CITY, Mon. May 13, 2019– The Economic Development council partnered with the Complete Caribbean partnership organization to host a one-day workshop, designed to improve Belize’s economy through technology and innovation. Complete Caribbean is sponsored by [...]