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    Belizean Detainees Dodge a Bullet

Belizean Detainees Dodge a Bullet

Late on Thursday evening, the Ministry of National Security issued a press release confirming that four Belizeans, including two law enforcement officers who were detained for firearm-related offense in Guatemala, have been released from custody. The release confirmed that Police Constable Fabian Laurie, Coast Guard Officer Seaman Pedro Colomer, and

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    Guat. President Acts the Fool

Guat. President Acts the Fool

Stunning and upsetting news for Belizeans coming out of Guatemala this week started to circulate on Facebook in a video showing Guatemala’s President, Jimmy Morales at a primary school in his country teaching the schoolchildren how to draw a map of Guatemala which includes Belize as a part of their

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    Postponement of Referendum Costing Big Money

Postponement of Referendum Costing Big Money

Thursday, April 11, 2019 With the interim injunction granted by the Chief Justice last week on the ICJ referendum and its now indefinite postponement, GOB will need to secure additional funding, not only for its education campaign on taking the matter to the ICJ but also for its execution by

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    Bus and Taxi Associations Form Public Transport Association

Bus and Taxi Associations Form Public Transport Association

Thursday, April 11th. REPORTER News Staff – The Belize Bus Association and Taxi Federation of Belize have amalgamated to form a new Belize Public Transport Association following a meeting last Thursday in Belize City, which included stakeholders representing sectors including bus, taxi and water taxi operators. It is the first

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    ICJ Referendum In Legal Limbo – Appeals Court Let Injunction Stand

ICJ Referendum In Legal Limbo – Appeals Court Let Injunction Stand

VIDEO BELOW – Monday, April 8th. – REPORTER NEWS STAFF – The Court of Appeal has reached a majority decision at this time. The Court has decided the injunction will stand, and the appellants have been advised that they can take their appeal to the Caribbean Court of Justice. The

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    Guatemala’s Fishing Trade Spells Trouble for Belize

Guatemala’s Fishing Trade Spells Trouble for Belize

An investigation into Guatemala’s thriving shark fishing industry reveals serious concerns for our country and fisherfolk. In February 2019, a team of investigative journalists from The Reporter traveled to southern Belize, then to Guatemala to evaluate the number and scope of sharks, fish and other marine species poached from Belizean

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    ICJ Referendum Injunction To Be Heard On Monday April 8th. By Court Of Appeal

ICJ Referendum Injunction To Be Heard On Monday April 8th. By Court Of Appeal

Friday, April 5th. 2019The Government of Belize has requested and won the request brought before the Court Of Appeal, which has agreed to hear the case from the attorneys for both sides on Monday April 8th. 2019. The Court of Appeal has decided that on Monday it will hear Government’s

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    Fires in Southern Belize Leave Several Homeless

Fires in Southern Belize Leave Several Homeless

Thursday, April 5, 2019 – Reporter News Staff – Stann Creek Police are seeking one persons after a fire in San Roman Village, Stann Creek on Monday night has left some 20 persons of one family homeless. The owner of the property, Juan Cucul, told Police that he was asleep

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