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Taiwan helps with wildfire relief efforts

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National Women in Fisheries Association established

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Graduation highlights

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National Women in Fisheries Association established

Photo: Women in Fisheries Association elected council by Kristen Ku BELIZE CITY, Thurs. June 20, 2024 After...

Graduation highlights

Photo: Rebecca Lucas, valedictorian Belize Adventist College, Corozal, graduation CALCUTTA VILLAGE, Corozal District, Tues. June 18,...

World Blood Donor Day 2024

Photo: Person donating blood by Charles Gladden BELIZE CITY, Mon. June 17, 2024 Belize and the globe...

Dr. Luz Longsworth is UB’s new Vice Chairperson

by Charles Gladden BELIZE CITY, Mon. June 17, 2024 Today, Monday, June 17, the University of...

Every Belizean must commit to stop COVID-19 spread

Just a couple months ago, we were being hailed as a country that was doing all the right things to contain COVID-19, and we...

Economic growth lagging behind 2014, but unemployment rate down: SIB

BELIZE CITY, Wed. Nov. 25, 2015--Economic growth so far in 2015 is lagging way behind last year’s, with the Gross Domestic Product contracting by...

Commercial prices in Dangriga rise, contrary to fall in national average

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. June 25, 2015--The latest report issued by the Statistical Institute of Belize (SIB) states that nationwide, the inflation rate was down...

Belize more “liquid” than ever!

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. Apr. 9, 2015--Bank savings accounts and shares in the major utility companies are some of the financial investment vehicles that have...

BEL proposes a 10.4% reduction in light bills

BELIZE CITY, Wed. Apr. 1, 2015--A fall in crude oil prices has meant that power generation from traditional fossil fuel sources has become less...

Belize’s exports decline for 4th consecutive year

BELIZE CITY, Wed. Jan. 28, 2015--Information released by the Statistical Institute of Belize (SIB) indicates that Belize’s exports have declined in value for the...

Let the sugar season begin

ORANGE WALK, Mon. Jan. 26, 2015--After a long-drawn-out impasse that almost dealt a devastating blow to the local sugar industry recently, the quiescent mills...

PM says sugar dispute should be resolved “before the year is out”

BELIZE CITY--The mills at the Tower Hill sugar factory remain dormant today since the disagreement between the local cane farmers’ association and the Belize...

Inflation drops with price ease at the pumps

BELIZE CITY--A plunge in pump prices due to falling world market prices for crude, as well as an ease in food costs, have led...

Cañeros to BSCFA: “Roll the Fairtrade money!”

ORANGE WALK--Although there might have been a breakthrough resolution in an effort to get the sugar industry back on its feet during a crucial...

Belize economy expanded 4.8% in 3rd quarter, inflation 0.7%

BELIZE CITY--The Statistical Institute of Belize released the latest economic statistics today, Wednesday, November 26, 2014, at a press conference held at the training...

Belize’s economic outlook upgraded from stable to positive

NEW YORK CITY--The international ratings agency, Standard and Poor’s (S&P) announced on Friday, November 7, 2014 that it had revised Belize’s economic outlook from...

Inflation and imports up; exports down

BELIZE CITY--Latest information released by the Statistical Institute of Belize (SIB) indicates that inflation for the first nine months of the year, January to...

No ease for Belizean drivers despite 20% plunge in crude prices

BELIZE CITY--Amidst reports that US consumers are paying pump prices as low as they did back in 2011, Amandala has received queries from the...
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