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    SILVER OFFICIALLY, – GOLD IN OUR HEARTS !

SILVER OFFICIALLY, – GOLD IN OUR HEARTS !

The roof was blown off the packed to capacity Civic Center last night when Team Belize won a nail-biter with Guatemala to secure the Silber medals at the 20th Central American women’s volleyball championships. The Belize girls clinched their place on the medal podium with their fourth win: 3-2 over

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    San Pedranos blame Fire Service – Fire Service Blames Congestion!

San Pedranos blame Fire Service – Fire Service Blames Congestion!

San Pedro residents have come out swinging at the Fire Department, blaming what they say was a slow and inadequate response for the spreading of a blaze which ultimately destroyed 10 houses and left 87 persons homeless in the wee hours of Saturday morning. But Fire Chief Ted Smith refutes

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    POLICE INVESTIGATE APPARENT SUICIDE OF BOY, 7

POLICE INVESTIGATE APPARENT SUICIDE OF BOY, 7

The Reporter confirmed late Monday evening that Antwone Jahleel Marin, 7, was pronounced dead shortly before 5:00pm. The boy from Seine Bight was allegedly at the home of a neighbour with two of his siblings when he told them he was tired of living and went into a room by

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    FIRE CHIEF BLAMES CONGESTION FOR SPREAD OF FIRE IN SP

FIRE CHIEF BLAMES CONGESTION FOR SPREAD OF FIRE IN SP

The National Fire Service has come under fire in San Pedro, where 87 persons have allegedly been left homeless by a blaze which occurred on Saturday at around 1:10am. Many residents have claimed that inadequate response and inadequate equipment were what caused the fire to spread to as many as

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    Fire in San Pedro destroys five homes

Fire in San Pedro destroys five homes

REPORTER: Marion Ali, Assistant Editor, – Fire in San Pedro destroys five homes and partially guts three more A Fire in San Pedro Town early this morning completely wiped out five houses and caused damages to three more. Police say that sometime around 1:30 am, they responded to a report of

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EDITORIAL – August 3rd. 2018

To put it bluntly, we are disappointed in both the UDP and the PUP for not providing the leadership needed to address the Guatemalan claim to Belize with respect to the impending referendum. .  So far only the Prime Minister and the Minister of Foreign Affairs have declared themselves in

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    Chamber Concerned About Crime

Chamber Concerned About Crime

The Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) has raised concerns over the increased crime, specifically robberies and burglaries, targeting business owners over the last few months, primarily in Belize City, but in other parts of the country as well. “Crime is everybody’s business, so everyone has to do their

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    COMMUNITY ICON DIES AT SEA

COMMUNITY ICON DIES AT SEA

David Alamilla, 37, was pronounced dead at 2:30pm Wednesday after he suffered an asthma attack after an accident at sea. His death has shocked not only the Belama community where he lived and operated a woodwork shop, but also the sporting community of which he was an active member. According

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