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  • Editorial – Friday September 20th. 2019 Independence means nothing if it cannot improve the lives of the people along with their standard of living. The better life is measured in terms of income, jobs, productivity and...
  • Editorial – Friday September 13th. 2019 The Reporter is unable to substantiate any of what follows, but during several interviews with knowledgeable persons, we have stitched together the following account: When a drug plane lands, whether...
  • Editorial – Friday September 6th. 2019 Is the Battle of St. George’s Caye a myth, as some unethical politicians tried to make us believe during the 1960s? The Battle of St. George’s Caye is well documented...
  • Editorial – Friday August 30th. 2019 The Belize New River is a precious Belizean heritage, special in many ways. It is a slow-moving stream whose headwaters do not come from a mountain source like most rivers,...
    Editorial – Friday, June 7th. 2019

Editorial – Friday, June 7th. 2019

On Thursday, June 6th the countries which fought the German and Japanese forces in World War ll celebrated D-Day, that fateful day in June when the greatest sea-borne invasion in history was launched upon the beaches of France to take back the countries of Europe from the grasp of the

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    Editorial – May 31st. 2019

Editorial – May 31st. 2019

The Police Department and its Commissioner should be supported and commended for their efforts to make it more difficult for young people to buy liquor, including beer. Because of the relative ease of collecting substantial revenues from liquor licenses, City Councils and Town Boards have abandoned their inhibitions and concerns

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    Editorial – May 24th. 2019

Editorial – May 24th. 2019

The fallout from the collapse of Sanctuary Belize, a high end multi-million dollar resort project on prime seaside property immediately south of Sittee River, has buried Atlantic International Bank in an avalanche of debt and left its professional staff of 42 workers without jobs. AIBL was in the process of

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    Editorial – May 10th. 2019

Editorial – May 10th. 2019

We expected that there would be many loyal PUP’s who would not be following the party line to vote against taking Belize’s case to the ICJ. And so it happened. We also expected that the swing vote, Belizeans who do not regard themselves bound to any of the major parties,

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    Editorial – May 3rd. 2019

Editorial – May 3rd. 2019

Belizeans should not be surprised or upset because Guatemalan armed forces removed the Belizean Flag which was implanted on Sarstoon Island on Tuesday, April 30 by Nancy Marin and representatives of the new Belize People’s Front. Military personnel have to follow the rules of engagement set out by their superiors.

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    Editorial – April 26th. 2019

Editorial – April 26th. 2019

One of the first things the ICJ will consider when it takes up the Belize-Guatemala dispute is Guatemala’s claim to uti possidetis as inheritors of land once owned by Spain. Guatemala has pinned all her hopes on this one principle of law. She has nothing else to depend on. In

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    Editorial – Easter 2019

Editorial – Easter 2019

It is impossible to over-estimate the impact of Christianity on the race of humans whom God created and then redeemed through the life and death of His Son, Jesus. When you consider the Old Testament account of how God destroyed the people living at the time of Noah with a

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    Editorial – April 12th. 2019

Editorial – April 12th. 2019

Plan B, the Prime Minister’s effort to rescue the April 10 referendum through the jurisdiction of the Court of Appeals has failed, and the next step seems uncertain. The Prime Minister could appeal to the Caribbean Court of Justice, where the matter would be sure to get a speedy hearing.

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