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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Earthquake In Mexico Felt In Belize Monday, August 12th. 2019 – An Earthquake was felt in Belize this afternoon by many Belizeans who wondered if it was just a heavy-truck passing in their area or distant...
  • Conjoined Twins – How they were separate A team of British surgeons  at the famous Great Ormond Street Children’s Pediatric Hospital in London have succeeded in separating two little girls who were born sharing the same head....
    More Bad Sargassum News

More Bad Sargassum News

Wednesday, 26 June 2019 Prevailing currents and wind direction are expected to send a “Sargasso stain” larger than 340 miles in diameter to the coasts in Quintana Roo, Mexico sometime next week, and it is expected to affect mainly the central and southern region of the state between Tulum and

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    PACT & Other Conservation Grp.  Saving  Silk Caye Marine Reserve

PACT & Other Conservation Grp. Saving Silk Caye Marine Reserve

Recently, the Reporter travelled to South Silk Caye, off the coast of Placencia, where erosion has threatened the very existence of a pristine island which is important to the tourism and fisheries industries in the South. The Protected Areas Conservation Trust (PACT), The Southern Environmental Association (SEA) and the GETCH

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    Bennett U.S Extradition Case ‘Stayed’- & Going To Supreme Court

Bennett U.S Extradition Case ‘Stayed’- & Going To Supreme Court

Thursday, June 6, 2019 – Attorney Andrew Bennett, who faces an extradition proceeding for his alleged role in a money laundering sting conducted by US authorities, was back in Court on Tuesday for what should have been the start of the hearing. Instead, his attorneys made a “case stayed” submission,

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    Hurricane Season Upon Us; Normal Activity Expected

Hurricane Season Upon Us; Normal Activity Expected

Friday, May 31st. 2019 – Hurricane experts are predicting that 2019 will be an average year for hurricane activity, with a 40 percent chance of a near-normal season, a 30 percent chance split between either being above-normal or below-normal. The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center

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    Westrac Ltd.  Renovates Holy Angels RC School

Westrac Ltd. Renovates Holy Angels RC School

Holy Angels RC School in Pomona Village in the Stann Creek District was so dilapidated and unsafe for the school children to occupy that the building was closed and could not be used as classrooms and other use by the school. Back in mid-March of this year the school’s management

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    CXC To Consider Petition Calling for Re-sitting of 2019 CSEC Math

CXC To Consider Petition Calling for Re-sitting of 2019 CSEC Math

Perhaps the most serious breach of an exam in the history of the Caribbean Exams Council (CXC) occurred last week when students sat Paper II of the 2019 CSEC Mathematics exam. It was discovered shortly thereafter that there was a breach in security in Trinidad and Tobago (T&T), which has

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    No Excuse – The Day After Referendum

No Excuse – The Day After Referendum

By Nancy Marin – Yesterday was a very Historic day in the political life of our Nation. Regardless of what the PUDP machinery used to get our people to vote yes; it was at the end of the day the choice of our people and it must be respected. I made

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    The Impact of Vocation Training on Employment

The Impact of Vocation Training on Employment

There is likely to be very few educators, economists, or business persons who would argue against the value of improving a country’s human capital. Dating as far back as the late 1980’s with studies by economic giants such as Robert Lucas to more contemporary investigations, there have been an abundance

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