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  • Editorial – Friday, July 19th. 2019 We are satisfied, after looking at all the evidence, that the Central Bank of Belize could have averted the collapse of Atlantic International Bank by insisting on a closer monitoring...
  • Editorial – Friday, July 12 – 2019 This floating seaweed thing- sargassum – has become a major headache for countries like Belize which depend on tourism and fisheries for their economic well-being. The problem was first noticed...
  • Editorial – Friday, July 5th. 2019 In the last three years rain has become a bigger danger from hurricanes than the strong winds. Windspeed is used by meteorologists to forecast the danger that a hurricane poses....
  • Editorial – Friday, June 28th. 2019 The gunmen who shot and killed an American tourist who was out fly-fishing on the lagoon behind San Pedro don’t care about the immense damage they have done to Belize...
    EDITORIAL – November 23rd. 2018

EDITORIAL – November 23rd. 2018

A lease is a formal agreement or covenant made between a property-owner and his tenant. It protects both the property-owner and the tenant. Under Belize law a written lease can only be voided by a formal declaration from either side, stating the reasons for bringing the lease to an end.

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    EDITORIAL – November 16th. 2018

EDITORIAL – November 16th. 2018

TO GO OR NOT TO GO !  That is the question By: Harry Lawrence The decision which Belizeans will be called upon to make in the Referendum of April 10, 2019 to go or not to go to the International Court of Justice is perhaps the most important decision we

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    EDITORIAL – November 9th. 2018

EDITORIAL – November 9th. 2018

Belizeans were thrilled this week to learn that the Police had captured eleven Guatemalan smugglers and one Belizean businessman along with 15 bales of cocaine weighing in at 1,056 pounds, and a number of pistols including one heavy caliber hand gun. This was big news! Everybody knows that the cocaine

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    EDITORIAL, November 2nd. 2018

EDITORIAL, November 2nd. 2018

By: Harry Lawrence IF Belize should make the tactical blunder of not going to the ICJ to defend our righteous cause, Guatemala will hail this decision as a victory vindicating her claim! Belize would be playing right into Guatemala’s plan, which is to create an international impression that she has

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    EDITORIAL – October 26th. 2018

EDITORIAL – October 26th. 2018

Last week six of our Belizean journalists were in Mexico City. They had gone there to apply for visas to travel to Europe, to visit the International Court of Justice at the Hague. The visit, with expenses paid, is being sponsored by the United States Foreign Office. The Foreign Office

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    EDITORIAL – October 19th. 2018

EDITORIAL – October 19th. 2018

The labour dispute over longer hours of work for waterfront workers of the Christian Workers Union and the Belize Port Authority has been blown out of all proportion by the narrow and wholly unrealistic view of the Belize Port Authority. The Port Authority has discovered that for safety reasons waterfront

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    EDITORIAL – October 14th. 2018

EDITORIAL – October 14th. 2018

Heartiest congratulations to Mr. Bernard Wagner, Mayor of Belize City, for rejecting and exposing what appears to be a bribe left for him by a Chinese businesswoman. The woman apparently has a running contract to supply the Belize City Council with garbage bags. The envelope with the money stuffed inside

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EDITORIAL – October 5th. 2018

Every country’s territorial space is defined by its borders. The borders of a country are like a fence around its property. The fence keeps marauders and other unwanted people off the property. When raiders with bad intentions want to come on to your land, they try to break down your

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