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Tue 29 Sep 2015 The Prime Minister has called for general elections on Wednesday, 4 November 2015.
Prime Minister Dean Barrow has asked the Governor General to dissolve the National Assembly and set general elections for Wednesday, 4th November 2015, with nominations to be taken on 16 October.
19 of the 31 seats have been held by the United Democratic Party, with 16 needed to form a government. This election will not affect the municipal officials, such as mayor and councillors.— Breaking Belize News For more ... Permalink
Mon 21 Sep 2015 Corozal Independence Day Parade from 21 Sep 2015, click here.
Click this link for a sampling of the Independence Day Program and Parade from Monday, 21 September 2015. On that page you will also find a link to our Yearbook, which has hundreds of photos from the program and parade.For more ... Permalink
Sun 20 Sep 2015 Corozal Carnival Parade from 20 Sep 2015, click here.
Click this link for a sampling of the Corozal Carnival Parade from Sunday, 20 September 2015. On that page you will also find a link to our Yearbook, which has hundreds of photos from the parade.For more ... Permalink
Sun 30 Aug 2015 The Ministry of Health has confirmed cases of Chikungunya in Altamira, just north of Corozal Town. The Town Council has supplied the following information on their Facebook Page.
In response to the confirmed cases of Chikungunya in Alta Mira, the Ministry of Health and the Corozal Town Council have coordinated in facilitating a clean up campaign in that area as a precautionary measure to control the spread of Chikungunya and Dengue. The clean up campaign will be carried out in full force throughout the weekend and will continue in revisiting potential breeding sites until the entire area is under control. Residents are asked to do their part by removing all garbage and potential breeding sites from their yards so that it can be picked up on the street side. It is advised that the residents of Corozal follow the suggestions of this infograph to protect themselves and their children.— Corozal Town Council For more ... Permalink
Sun 23 Aug 2015 Once-Hurricane Danny has become a remnant low, victim of dry air and wind shear, typical of El Niño weather.
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