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    BUS ACCIDENT, INVOLVING BELMOPAN BASKETBALL TEAM

BUS ACCIDENT, INVOLVING BELMOPAN BASKETBALL TEAM

Reporter: Mike Rudon, News Staff, At around 4:00am this morning, an ADO bus carrying members of the Trojans basketball team from Belmopan was involved in a massive collision about an hour outside of Chetumal, Quintana Roo. Several members of the team have been hospitalized, while one person identified as a

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    “MAJOR CRIMES”, DOWN, BUT ARE BELIZEANS ANY SAFER

“MAJOR CRIMES”, DOWN, BUT ARE BELIZEANS ANY SAFER

Reporter: Benjamin Flowers, News Staff, Earlier this month, the Ministry of National Security issued a release saying that major crimes have been trending down this year. The Ministry emphasized that its statement came out following a meeting with the business sector including the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Belize

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    “SEE YOU NEXT WEEK”,  SAYS SPORTS COUNCIL

“SEE YOU NEXT WEEK”, SAYS SPORTS COUNCIL

REPORTER: Benjamin Flowers, The National Sports Council is reserving comment on the $5,000 it is charging the Orange Walk Town Council to host Fiestarama at the People’s Stadium until next week. Director of the National Sports Council, Ian Jones, said that the council will be issuing an official press release

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    GOB vs AMANDALA

GOB vs AMANDALA

THE REPORTER: News Staff, The Government of Belize issued a statement today calling the Amandala newspaper to issue a correction for its headline in this weeks issue. The Ministry of Economic Development, Petroleum, Investment, Trade, and Commerce issued called out the newspaper for the article “GOB grants major concessions to

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PETAL begins second round data collection

THE REPORTER:  News Staff, The community organization Promoting Empowerment through Awareness for Lesbian and bi-sexual women (PETAL) has begun a second round of collecting data on human rights violations across Belize. The data collection forms a part of a regional initiative spearheaded by Caribbean Vulnerable Communities (CVC) in Jamaica and

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    CIVIL AVIATION DEPT. & POLICE INVESTIGATE SMALL PLANE WRECKAGE

CIVIL AVIATION DEPT. & POLICE INVESTIGATE SMALL PLANE WRECKAGE

THE REPORTER, News Staff, The pilot of a crop-duster, a small aircraft used to spray agriculture fields, is lucky to be alive after he experienced mechanical failure and was forced to land the plane in More Tomorrow Village on Monday. The plane burst into flames shortly after it was put

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    RE-REGISTRATION RULES CREATE CONTROVERSY

RE-REGISTRATION RULES CREATE CONTROVERSY

THE REPORTER: News Staff, On Wednesday, Prime Minister Dean Barrow met with representatives of Belizean Citizens Abroad (BCA) and the Belize Rural Economic Development of Agriculture (BREDDA) to discuss their concern about the Guatemalans becoming Belizeans and the issue of Belizeans in the diaspora being required to reside in Belize

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EDITORIAL – July 20th. 2018

The Guatemalan claim to lands in southern Belize is based solely on the doctrine of uti possidetis. This is a doctrine developed among the nations of the Americas which were former colonies of Spain. It says that lands in the Americas owned by Spain at the time of independence (1821)

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