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PUP maintains its dominance in village council elections

PUP maintains its dominance in village council elections

BELIZE CITY, Mon. July 15, 2019– The fourth round of village council elections took place yesterday, Sunday, July 14, when villagers from 35 villages across the country cast ballots to elect their village councils for the [...]

Belize’s virtual school, Kaina High School, holds 6th commencement exercise

Belize’s virtual school, Kaina High School, holds 6th commencement exercise

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. July 11, 2019– On Sunday, July 7, 14 students graduated from the country’s only virtual school, Kaina High School Limited, and are now equipped with high school diplomas to further their education. This [...]

PUP maintains lead in village council elections

PUP maintains lead in village council elections

BELIZE CITY, Mon. July 8, 2019– The Opposition, People’s United Party (PUP), continues its winning streak in the third round of voting in the village council elections, held yesterday, Sunday, July 7. In a press release [...]

Belize Ambassador to the UN sounds ominous warning about climate change

Belize Ambassador to the UN sounds ominous warning about climate change

BELIZE CITY, Tues. July 2, 2019– Belize’s permanent representative to the United Nations, Ambassador Lois Young,has taken an activist position in speaking up on behalf of small nation-states whose contribution to the global phenomenon described by [...]

The National AIDS Commission of Belize holds second annual National Testing Day

The National AIDS Commission of Belize holds second annual National Testing Day

BELIZE CITY, Fri. June 28, 2019– The National AIDS Commission of Belize (NAC) has set out to make Belizeans across the country aware of their status by means of the second annual National Testing Day, which [...]

Ka’ añaar, a graphic arts exhibition at Image Factory and Library of African and Indigenous studies

Ka’ añaar, a graphic arts exhibition at Image Factory and Library of African and Indigenous studies

BELIZE CITY, Wed. June 26, 2019– In January, a group of 5 Belizeans made a trip to Cuba and began what they call, the Belize Cuba Solidarity Group. While in Cuba, the group participated in a [...]

House meeting deals with a string of important financial bills

House meeting deals with a string of important financial bills

BELMOPAN, Fri. June 21, 2019– The House of Representatives met this morning in the National Assembly in a regular session which dealt with a number of important financial bills. Among the most important financial bills was [...]

2019 PSE Award Ceremony

2019 PSE Award Ceremony

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. June 20, 2019– The top 25 performers in this year’s Primary School Examinations were honored at the 2019 PSE Award Ceremony on Wednesday. Proud educators, parents and students convened at the Belize Civic [...]

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 [...]