Take a look at how Belize's electorate has changed across divisions. How has the electorate grown? Which divisions have grown the fastest? Which are the largest? Which settlements lie in each of the 31 electoral divisions? Find out the answers. Click the image below.
"I'd rather be a dead hero than a living coward" -- Antonio Soberanis Gomez famously stated Forty three years after he was laid to rest, the man who is celebrated as the father of Belize’s labor movement – Antonio Soberanis Gomez – was posthumously honored with a memorial ceremony held in his former home … Continue reading Stalwart labour rights activist Antonio Soberanis posthumously remembered
Park rangers who patrol the Chiquibul National Park came across armed illegal Guatemalan hunters with a horse and gibnut at 12:30 p.m this Sunday, January 28, while in the area with members of the Belize Defence Force and the Special Patrol Unit of the Police Department. The joint patrol was able to apprehend three armed … Continue reading Guatemalans hunting gibnut in Chiquibul National Park
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by Adele Ramos, freelance journalist Thursday, 23 November 2017 BELIZE CITY, Belize, Central America--Mexican choreographer, Anabella Pareja-Robinson, has been a dancer for the last two decades. She was a hyperactive girl and so her parents pushed her into sports. At the age of 15, though, she decided to give up gymnastics and basketball for creative … Continue reading La Masterpiece – defying the boundaries of traditional dance