Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Hon. Manuel Heredia

The BTB and BHA award scholarships to ten outstanding Belizean students

Ten outstanding Belizean students received scholarship awards from the Belize Tourism Board (BTB) and the Belize Hotel Association (BHA) during a joint award ceremony held at the Biltmore Plaza Hotel in Belize City on Wednesday, August 14th.

BTB announces $1.5 Million sargussum relief fund & tax reliefs

The Government of Belize has granted $1.5 million to help contain and control of sargassum in the municipalities of San Pedro, Caye Caulker, Placencia and Hopkins, which will be disbursed through the Belize Tourism Board. Minister of Tourism and Civil Aviation Hon. Manuel Heredia announced GOB’s assistance and other tax reliefs at a press conference the BTB offices in Belize City on Wednesday afternoon, October 31.

The BTB and BHA award scholarships to 10 Belizean Students

Among those students was San Pedro’s Maria Elizabeth Tillet, who received a scholarship from the BHA.

SP BTIA asks PUC to help resolve water supply issues in San Pedro Town

The San Pedro Belize Tourism Industry Association (SP BTIA) has issued a letter to the Public Utilities Commission requesting resolution between the two water service companies on Ambergris Caye, stating that for the last decade the island has been subject to extremely low to no water pressure not only during peak tourism season but is now becoming the norm in San Pedro Town.

WUHS Hosts Prestigious White Coat Ceremony

Provided from the Washington University of Health and Science Website Washington University of Health and Science held its prestigious White Coat Ceremony on...

Minister Heredia and Mayor Guerrero receive death threats

There has been no word from the Belize Police Department, but The San Pedro Sun can confirm that two Ambergris Caye elected officials’ lives...

San Pedro business community delivers new barracks to Police Department

The San Pedro Police Formation now boasts new police barracks. The two-story building was inaugurated on Wednesday August 13th before a group of community...

Minister Heredia calls BWS land deal “shady”

The prime land, with parcel number 01193 and valued at $250,000, was sold to 19 year old Alyssa Tun of a Juventus Street address in Orange Walk Town who paid $2,530 for the property