Caribbean News Now is the leading voice for Caribbean regional news, information and opinion and is the successor to Caribbean Net News (2003-2010).
Published by and through the collaborative efforts of a number of individual contributors and other sources, Caribbean News Now provides extensive regional news coverage that no other agency provides, covering almost 40 nations and territories in the wider Caribbean, as well as six regional organisations, and focusing on the latest political and regional news.
From the website of Ambergris Today: "For twelve years Ambergris Today served the community of San Pedro with exceptional news, coverage of local events, creating awareness of social issues and international events that affect our community, been a medium for people to express their opinions and been a newspaper that entertains and enlightens. Since 1999 this service had been provided through a weekly publication – newsprint that was distributed in San Pedro and parts of the country."
From the website About us page: "The Belize Times is a closely knit team which operates more like a family unit than a formal business organization. Each member of our small staff has a very specific role to play in ensuring that the newspaper comes out each and every week and that it contains quality information which will provide a service to the People’s United Party and to the Nation."
Newspaper covering news all over Belize. Editorial, Crime, Business, General are among the main sections of the "Reporter".
Ambergris Caye’s oldest newspaper, The San Pedro Sun provides news and information for the residents of San Pedro, Belize and the world. Owned and managed by Tamara and Ron Sniffin the paper has grown through the years and distribution has expanded. When it comes to distribution, The San Pedro Sun is the only newspaper in the country that qualifies for bulk rate mailing based on the extensive foreign subscription distribution.
The STAR Newspaper is an excellent community-based newspaper produced weekly in print and in an electronic PDF version. It is published by veteran journalist Alberto August and edited by his wife Nyani Azueta-August.
One of the first web magazines about Belize containing tons of practical information. From restaurants, hotels, Mayan ruins, as well as info about moving permanently in Belize. Basic news about the country also available.
The Internet Magazine of Belize, with articles that cover the cultural aspects of Belize.
Website of the Belizean national Radio Love FM, news of Politics, Crime, Economy, Health, Agriculture, Education and National Security.
Website of the TV Channel 5 Belize, extensive coverage of national news.
Amandala is published twice weekly and it is considered the most widely circulated newspaper in Belize. Established in 1969. A curiosity about the name Amandala taken from Wikipedia "The name "Amandala" is adapted from the Xhosa/Zulu word "amandla", which means "power". Editors felt that Belizeans might mispronounce the word, so they added an extra "a" after the "d". Amandala editors often like to say the word means "power to the people", although the correct term for that is "Amandla, Ngawethu". The phrase occurs in English throughout the newspaper, most often in the Editorial and in publisher Evan X Hyde's column; however, it may appear in advertisements in the original African language." [source wikipedia]