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    GOB STANDS WITH PALESTINE, DESPITE STRENGTHENING TIES WITH ISRAELIS

GOB STANDS WITH PALESTINE, DESPITE STRENGTHENING TIES WITH ISRAELIS

THE REPORTER: News Staff, –   Despite ongoing efforts to strengthen ties with the Government of Israel in the last two years, the Government of Belize issued a statement in support of the nation of Palestine, which has an ongoing territorial dispute with Israel. GOB’s release came out on November 29,

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BELTRAIDE SHOW ENTREPRENEURS HOW TO ACCESS FINANCING

THE REPORTER: News Staff, –   The Belize Trade and Investment Development Service held a one-day workshop this week, showing Belizean entrepreneurs how they can access financing to start up or grow their businesses through Angel Investors. Angel Investor are also known as a business angels, informal investors, or angel funders,

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    GOB SETTLES GLENN GODFREY LAWSUIT FOR $5 Mil.

GOB SETTLES GLENN GODFREY LAWSUIT FOR $5 Mil.

THE REPORTER:  News Staff, –   The Government of Belize has agreed to settle its ongoing legal battle in United States’ Courts with Glenn Godfrey’s GDG Acquisitions LLC, for $5 million. Prime Minister Dean Barrow raised the motion at the House of Representatives meeting on Friday that GOB settles the lawsuit

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    GONE TOO SOON… BUT NOT BEFORE MAKING HER MARK

GONE TOO SOON… BUT NOT BEFORE MAKING HER MARK

THE REPORTER: News Staff, –    Features are normally about people who are still among our midst, but this one young lady accomplished so many goals and displayed so much positivity in the 22 years that she lived that I felt she deserved acknowledgement for it posthumously. The sudden death

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    MAN APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN EATEN BY CROCS

MAN APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN EATEN BY CROCS

THE REPORTER: News Staff, –   Police have located Nerry Montenegro, the man believed to have been half-eaten by crocs in the New River on Wednesday. So now the hunt is on to identify the remains found. The body pulled from the river had no arms and the face had been

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    MOUNT CARMEL TEACHERS BACK IN SCHOOL

MOUNT CARMEL TEACHERS BACK IN SCHOOL

THE REPORTER: News Staff, –  Normal classes resumed at Mount Carmel RC Primary School in Benque Viejo del Carmen on Monday, following a demonstration on Friday by the 41 teachers on staff at the school. They were protesting the dismissal of a career educator and unpaid salaries to several other

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    HEALTHCARE IN CAYO SOUTH COMATOSE, SAY JULIUS ESPAT

HEALTHCARE IN CAYO SOUTH COMATOSE, SAY JULIUS ESPAT

THE REPORTER: News Staff, –  Area Representative for Cayo South, Julius Espat is calling on the Government of Belize to urgently conduct an assessment of the healthcare needs of the Cayo district. Espat rose at the last meeting of the House of Representatives to speak on a matter of public

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    NO APOLOGIES FOR CHRISTMAS CHEER

NO APOLOGIES FOR CHRISTMAS CHEER

THE REPORTER: News Staff, –  Prime Minister Dean Barrow, following a meeting with the Public Service Union (PSU), this morning addressed several topics with the media, including a leaked memorandum showing the government had allotted $650,000 for so-called “Christmas Cheer,” a controversial practice which has been both praised and criticized

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