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  • TASK-FORCE SEEKING ALTERNATIVES TO STYROFOAM AND PLASTICS Since the government introduced legislation to phase out the use of Styrofoam and single-use plastic utensils by 2019, several government departments, NGOs and industry stakeholders have been engaged in a...
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  • MAN CHARGED FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT AT CHURCH REPORTER: News Staff, - On Saturday September 29th Belize City police announced the arrest of 27-year-old Bensford Bennett. He was formally charged for sexually assaulting a female minor, 12, in...
  • NGO NETWORK LAUNCHES ONLINE ICJ SURVEY REPORTER: News Staff, - The Belize Network of NGOs (BNN) has launched an online survey geared towards understanding Belizeans’ perspective on Guatemala’s territorial claim. The BNN explained that the survey...
  • A KING IS CROWNED IN BELIZE Tuesday, September 18, 2018 On September 2nd, his Excellency Pedro Moore Ricardo, the Wihta Tara (Big Chief) of the Miskito people, inhabitants of the Mosquito Coast of Nicaragua, was crowned...
  • U.S. Embassy Commends Authorities on “Major Drug Bust” On Wednesday, September 12th, the United States Embassy in Belmopan issued a press statement in which it acknowledged the recent accomplishment of Belize’s security forces in their interception of a...
    Sargassum situation getting worse

Sargassum situation getting worse

REPORTER: Benjamin Flowers, – The Placencia Village Council called an emergency meeting today to try and devise a plan of action to deal with the large amount of sargassum that has washed up on the beach. Vice Chair of the Village, Harald Wallen, told the Reporter that sargassum is an

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    Fate of Gwen Liz Teachers Still Uncertain

Fate of Gwen Liz Teachers Still Uncertain

Teachers of Gwen Lizarraga High School in Belize City, which is facing critically low student enrollment, are still not sure of their individual status of employment with the school following a meeting with the school’s board and Ministry of Education officials this week. According to Belize National Teachers Union (BNTU)

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    Police & Cable Provider Team Up for Education

Police & Cable Provider Team Up for Education

Five hundred school children dubbed the neediest and living inside the confines of Eastern Division Region One in Belize City are receiving backpacks loaded with school supplies courtesy their neighborhood top cop and Central TV and Internet Belize. Last Thursday Sr. Supt. Howell Gillett, Officer Commanding Region One, formerly known

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    OC DENIES POLITICAL INTERFERENCE IN POLICE HANDLING OF DOMESTIC DISPUTE

OC DENIES POLITICAL INTERFERENCE IN POLICE HANDLING OF DOMESTIC DISPUTE

REPORTER: Marion Ali, – Political interference was not involved in the way San Ignacio police handled a couple of domestic disputes that resulted in a shooting recently, Officer Commanding the San Ignacio/Santa Elena Police Formation, Supt. Richard Rosado told the Reporter. Rosado told us on Saturday that “someone is trying

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    LIGHTNING STRIKES CHILD IN TOLEDO

LIGHTNING STRIKES CHILD IN TOLEDO

A girl, age nine, was struck by lightning while sheltering from rain today and died; while her older sister who stood three feet away survived with minor abrasions. The incident happened in the very remote Maya village of Na Lum Ka, Toledo, sometime around noon, while the deceased, Silvia Bol

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    GOAL OF A LIFETIME !

GOAL OF A LIFETIME !

Sixteen-year-old Jardehl Muschamp from Independence village in southern Belize has been granted a rare opportunity, a chance to attend Barcelona Academy in the United States, with a guarantee of either going to college on a full scholarship or going pro after completing a year with the academy. It is a

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    JOHN WOODS SUCCUMBS TO CANCER

JOHN WOODS SUCCUMBS TO CANCER

John Woods, 75, the founder of the Kolbe Foundation, founder of Cisco Construction, owner of Old Belize and member of the Rotary Club of Belize, died last week Friday evening in Houston, Texas after a long battle with cancer. He was the fourth of five children born in the US

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    BUSES FROM BELIZE NEED MEXICAN INSURANCE TO VISIT CHETUMAL MX.

BUSES FROM BELIZE NEED MEXICAN INSURANCE TO VISIT CHETUMAL MX.

For the past few weeks, some Belizean buses have been denied entry into Chetumal and beyond, but the reason given in some sectors of the local and social media couldn’t be farther from the truth, according to Belizean and Mexican officials we spoke with. Contrary to what has been reported,

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