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New Rules And Regions For Fishers

The Belize Fisheries Department is changing the way fishermen catch fish through a stakeholder based initiative known as Managed Access. This divides Belize’s territorial waters into 9 fishing zones. A

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Anglo-Guatemalan Treaty and Belizean history in schools

The Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth and Sports has confirmed plans to expand the social studies curriculum to include incidents of Belizean history. It was reported that the Ministry is

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Belize Lobster Fest 2016 is here!

With the month of June fast approaching, Belizeans across the country are making plans to attend this year’s Lobster Fest events in either San Pedro, Placencia or Caye Caulker, as

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Agreement reached on Sarstoon, SI revoked

The following is a statement issued by Government: The Cabinet of Belize announces that the Government of Belize has asked the Governor General His Excellency Sir Colville Young to sign

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Caribbean Warned About Influx Of Venezuelan Refugees If Food Shortages Continue

Caribbean governments have been told to brace for an influx of refugees from Venezuela if food shortages continue. The mayor of the town of Chacao, to the north of here,

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Shyne wows the world at ‘Bad Boyz’ reunion tour

Sean ‘Puffy’ Combs, long time hip hop mogul, rapper, producer and owner of the ‘Bad Boyz’ record label in the United States, launched his highly anticipated second reunion tour at

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International Costa Maya Festival – A Week of Culture and Festivities

First conceived as a celebration of the wider Maya world with participants from Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Mexico in 1992, the festival has since blossomed to become one of

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The Belize-Guatemala Dispute – OAS Timeline

In March 2000, the governments of Belize and Guatemala restarted talks on their longstanding territorial differendum, under the auspices of the Secretary General of the Organization of American States. On

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Drought concerns over southern half of Belize

Drier than normal conditions could adversely impact the country’s agricultural sector over the coming months, as drought conditions are emerging in the southwestern part of the country, across several Maya

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Mayor Says City Getting Ready For Rains

The rains are upon us- well almost anyways. Belize’s typical rainy season starts in late May or early June. And as sure as the rains will fail, if you live

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