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WHY WE HAVE TO GO TO COURT

By Alejandro Vernon, Belize has to go to the International Court of Justice at the Peace Palace at the Hague because like in every matter from the domestic to the national to the International, where a conflict arises there is a Court that can deal with it to the satisfaction

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    Prayers Answered for Fantasy 5 Winner

Prayers Answered for Fantasy 5 Winner

Reporter: Thursday, July 26, 2018 One week ago, Corozal resident Esquiliano Putil and his wife were worried about how they would pay their eldest daughter’s sixth form fees when the tamales-making business they operate did not yield enough revenue. His daughter encouraged him to purchase a Fantasy 5 ticket on

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    BELIZEAN DIED IN ADO BUS ACCIDENT

BELIZEAN DIED IN ADO BUS ACCIDENT

Reporter: News Staff, Tuesday July 24th. 4.55pm. The Reporter Newspaper has been able to confirm that a Corozal resident died in the accident involving the ADO bus, on which members of Belmopan’s Trojan basketball team were travelling. Alvaro Ascencio was flung out of the bus and died on impact, while

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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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