Our first delivery of Raspi3's having arrived safely in Belize, courtesy of the use of the safe and dependable UK GPO parcel-tracking service by a generously helpful third party, after, wrongly, PiHut had declared trade with Belize was unviable for reasons that various South American Spanish-speaking countries made shipping losses too great, so they embargoed Belize. Someone is orchestrating the same embargo but with the cooperation of authorities in Belize and UK we're slowly exposing the so-called 'reasons' given for what they are, simply false.
Belize being a lonely English-speaking country, surrounded by Spanish-speaking countries, has a time standard year-round of six hours behind GMT and one of the first tasks after the 3's arrival was to set the displayed time. Raspi-config does not include Belize, and trying a <sudo raspi-config> international timezone setting for a 'none of the above' GMT-6 displayed a time 12 hours out of true.
Using <sudo date -s "Fri Apr 15 22:00:00"> to set the time from the terminal did display the correct local time but described it as GMT+6.
Using the same terminal method on one of our original Raspi2 B+'s both displayed the correct time and described it as GMT-6.
Are we correct in blaming the current version of NOOBS' raspi-config for setting up the time wrongly? We downloaded it and copied it locally to the SD cards we used.