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    ROTARY CLUB HOSTS FINAL CLINIC

ROTARY CLUB HOSTS FINAL CLINIC

Today, the Rotary Club of Belize is hosting the last of three Pediatric Cardiology Clinics through its Gift of Life Programme. The final clinics is being held at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital, serving child heart patients from Belize City and those that might have missed the first two sessions.

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    JOHN WOODS, PASSES ON

JOHN WOODS, PASSES ON

The Reporter extends sincere condolences to the family of John Woods. The construction magnate, philanthropist and well loved Belizean icon passed away on Friday evening. Family members say he had been ill for some time. The nation has lost a great man.

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    THREE MORE SWINE FLU CASES CONFIRMED

THREE MORE SWINE FLU CASES CONFIRMED

The Ministry of Health has confirmed three more cases of the H1N1 strain of influenza (Swine Flu), but says that there is currently no cause for alarm because the number of cases is still relatively low. Director of Health Services Dr. Marvin Manzanero explained that the new cases came from

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    PLANE LANDS . . . SAME OLD, SAME OLD

PLANE LANDS . . . SAME OLD, SAME OLD

As is customary when it comes to any plane that lands in any area of the country illegally, authorities claim they have no idea where it came from, what it carried or where its occupants and/or cargo ended up. In fact, authorities have hesitated to even speculate that the cargo

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    PARK RANGERS RAID ILLEGAL CONCH STASH

PARK RANGERS RAID ILLEGAL CONCH STASH

Seven fishermen are in trouble with the law after they were busted with a substantial amount of out of season conch during a joint raid headed by the Belize Audubon Society last week Thursday. The joint enforcement operation was conducted on Lighthouse Reef Atoll on August 8th and 9th and

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    STILL NO MAJOR FIX FOR LAKE I BOULEVARD

STILL NO MAJOR FIX FOR LAKE I BOULEVARD

The Lake Independence Boulevard, one of the country’s newest roads connecting two major highways, has been in a state of disrepair for quite some time and with the rainy season in full effect, motorists can expect only minor remedial repairs to the busy road in the near future. According to

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    YURI NEEDS YOUR HELP

YURI NEEDS YOUR HELP

Yuri Daniels, the female referee who was knocked unconscious by a sucker punch during a football match she was officiating last Sunday, needs your assistance. The 31 year-old, a single mother of three teenage youth, two of whom are attending high school, is unable to cook and sell her food

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    Child Badly Burned in Camalote Blaze

Child Badly Burned in Camalote Blaze

A child from Camalote Village, four years old, will remain inside the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital in Belize City for the next few months where she will only be visited by her parents and doctors following a tragic fire at her home on Wednesday

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