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  • Pantempters Wow Japanese audiences! Pantempters Wow Japanese audiences! On Thursday, 5th. December 2019 – The Pantempters Steel Orchestra has been making a big name for itself and for Belize from almost the time of...
  • Coast Guard Has New Commandant ON-Thursday, 28 November 2019The symbolic lines: “Sir, I relinquish command!” and “Sir, I assume command!” on Wednesday marked the dawn of a new era for the Belize National Coast Guard...
  • Police Top Brass Honor & Recognize Good Police Officers Police Top Brass Honor & Recognize Good Police Officers On Thursday the top-brass of the police department held a ceremony held at the Queen Street Police Station to honor several...
    North Side Neighborhood – Scheduled Power Outage

North Side Neighborhood – Scheduled Power Outage

BEL Announces North Side Neighborhood – Scheduled Power Outage Power outage scheduled from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 3 to affect portion of Belize City including Simon Lamb Street, St. Joseph Street from Heusner Crescent to Baymen Avenue, Baymen Avenue from St. Joseph Street to Princess Margaret

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    What’s Happening To Our Water Supply – As More Complaints & Concern Increases

What’s Happening To Our Water Supply – As More Complaints & Concern Increases

Tuesday, October 29th. 2019 – Residents of Belize City and some rural BWS Customers have been complaining about the discoloration of water emerging from their taps in the past few days. Over the weekend the complaints about the brown water tripled when Hattieville residents were forced to endure 32 hours

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    Women In The Blue Economy – Maritime Opportunities

Women In The Blue Economy – Maritime Opportunities

Saturday, October 5th. 2019 – To commemorate World Maritime Day, celebrated annually on October 4, the Belize Port Authority held its yearly expo at its mile 4 headquarters yesterday morning. This year’s theme “Empowering Women in the Maritime Community” highlighted the many contributions and the importance of women participation in

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    Man Dies; 14 Homeless in Caye Caulker Inferno

Man Dies; 14 Homeless in Caye Caulker Inferno

Independence Day for residents and tourists on Caye Caulker started off on a somber note when one of its residents was trapped inside a burning building and died shortly after midnight on Saturday, while islanders were at the park watching the fireworks display. Fire officials told the Reporter on Wednesday

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    A Lifetime of Education Excellence

A Lifetime of Education Excellence

Sunday, September 1st. 2019 – “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” — William Arthur Ward She is long retired from full-time teaching, but octogenarian Hortence Wade, J.P. continues to inspire standard six students to not only pass, but to excel

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    Belize Emergency Services Ready with BATSUB Simulation

Belize Emergency Services Ready with BATSUB Simulation

Burrell Boom, August 27th, 2019 A jack-knifed 18-wheeler oil tanker, an overturned tour bus, an overturned SUV and crashed cars had all the hallmarks of a multi-vehicle traffic pile-up, complete with trapped passengers, casualties thrown from their vehicles, and bodies floating in the Belize River underneath the Burrell Boom Bridge

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    Editorial – Plus – Friday, August 16th. 2019

Editorial – Plus – Friday, August 16th. 2019

The Chinese community in Belize is a mostly immigrant community which has successfully made the transition from mainland China to Belize; from a communist system of strict accountability to an easy-going democratic system. The community has managed to bring in a steady trickle of immigrants, mostly family, despite Belize’s strict

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    American National May Have Died Of Natural Causes

American National May Have Died Of Natural Causes

Monday, August 12th. 2019 – Police are currently conducting a post-mortem examination on the body of Michael Malcolm Junker, 71, an American national found dead in his sailboat off the coast of Dangriga on Sunday. According to investigators, there were no obvious signs of foul play on the body. .

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