Wednesday, May 22, 2024
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Hurricane Earl

Above-Average Atlantic Hurricane Season Officially Ends

The 2016 Atlantic hurricane season wrapped up on Wednesday, November 30th, and according to meteorologists, it was noted as the busiest season since 2010.

Fishermen seek help after Hurricane Earl

Hurricane Earl’s impact resulted in soaring losses for fishermen, especially those of Caye Caulker Village.

Belize’s recovery after Hurricane Earl

Two months later, Belizeans are still recovering from Hurricane Earl and GOB claims it is doing its best to make do with the resources available.

PM Barrow is confident that Belize will recover from “recession”

The current financial hardships Belize is experiencing has caused the country’s economy to plunge, but PM Dean Barrow is confident we will recover.

Tropic Air Gives Back to Liberty Children’s Home

Tropic Air business partners, staff and Customers joined efforts and raised $635 for the Liberty Children’s Home in Ladyville.

After a hurricane: What happens with the trash?

Majority of the debris caused by Hurricane Earl has been used as landfill here in San Pedro Town.

CCRIF makes US$260,000 payout to Belize for rains associated with Hurricane Earl

On August 18, CCRIF SPC made a payout of US$261,073 to the Government of Belize under its excess rainfall insurance policy.

Turtle nesting sites being assessed after Hurricane Earl

After Category 1 Hurricane Earl made landfall in Belize, there was only hope that the turtle nests were not affected.