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Monthly Archives: September, 2019

Workshop Held for Local Farmers re: Climate Change Impacts and Challenges on Agriculture

Workshop facilitators and 30 farmers discussed the challenges and opportunities of climate change for the Caribbean region and Belize Agriculture Sector.

Wolfe’s Woofers: Tea Time

Grandpa and granddaughter time is so much more fun when tea is involved. But, wait...what kind is it?

GOB Press Release – Belize Tax Officer Reynaldo Verde Detained and Charged in the USA

GOB responds to recent incarceration of Belize Tax Officer Reynaldo Verde in the USA

Belize’s Deputy Tax Service Director Reynaldo Verde detained for extortion charges

Details of the accusations against the Deputy Director of the Belize Tax Services, 47-year-old have been revealed while he remains detained at a...

AIBL to pay FTC a US$23 million settlement in Sanctuary Bay Scam; foreign investment could be at risk

Belize’s Atlantic International Bank Limited’s (AIBL) involvement with the real estate development Sanctuary Belize has been resolved to the tune of US$23 million under...

Water taxi companies say the new Boat Manifest System is working

Since the implementation of the mandatory boat manifest on August 1, 2019, water taxi companies in Belize state that passengers seem to be adapting...

Tropic Air invests in a new international flagship aircraft

Tropic Airlines is happy to announce to its customers that all is set for its new aircraft, a 1900D Beechcraft to arrive sometime in...

Drought costs Farmers $50 Million – GOB declares State of Emergency

As Belize faces a crippling drought, GOB declares a State of Emergency and discusses ways they can assist the more than 8,000 farms in the country.