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    DID CHILD ACCIDENTALLY TORCH FAMILY’S HOME?

DID CHILD ACCIDENTALLY TORCH FAMILY’S HOME?

REPORTER:  Michelle Sutherland, News Staff – A fire lit by a nine-year-old under a house on Fern Lane in Belize City on Wednesday afternoon may have resulted in the total destruction of the structure and its contents, leaving a family of five homeless and destroying twenty-one years of hard work

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    AWICH MUST BE INVESTIGATED, CCJ RULES!

AWICH MUST BE INVESTIGATED, CCJ RULES!

Court of Appeal Justice Samuel Awich could lose his seat following a ruling by the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) that the Judicial and Legal Services Commission (JLSC) made an error in dismissing a request from attorneys for the ‘Ashcroft Alliance’ to investigate Awich’s conduct on a number of arguments

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    EAMON TELLS ARTHUR TO GO AWAY…FAR AWAY!

EAMON TELLS ARTHUR TO GO AWAY…FAR AWAY!

Attorney Arthur Saldivar on Wednesday countered comments made by PUP Senator Eamon Courtenay who stated that the PUP does not want Saldivar to run on its ticket in the Belmopan constituency. Saldivar told the Reporter in his response: “Eamon does not speak for the Party.” But when we contacted PUP

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    BELIZE CITY LANDMARK GETS A FACELIFT

BELIZE CITY LANDMARK GETS A FACELIFT

As the Belize City House of Culture and Downtown Rejuvenation Project continues, St. John’s Cathedral, the oldest historic building in the area is getting some needed renovations. The Government of Belize, through the Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation (MTCA) and Belize Infrastructure Limited, has contracted the firm Signature Buildings

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    SMART TECHNOLOGY – CAN IT WITHSTAND THE TEST OF TIME  ?

SMART TECHNOLOGY – CAN IT WITHSTAND THE TEST OF TIME ?

Deseree Cain Arzu Wildlife Conservation Society Six years ago, Marine Protected Areas managers in Belize tested and gave the nod of approval for use of the Spatial Monitoring and Reporting Tool, SMART in our country. The tool, originally developed for terrestrial monitoring, helps in collecting important Protected Areas enforcement and

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    DON’T FEED THE CROCS!

DON’T FEED THE CROCS!

The alarming emergence of reports of crocodiles being directly and indirectly fed as well as being molested for tourism attraction has prompted the Belize Forest Department to issue a public advisory on the dangers of those actions as well as charges that could follow in the event of such. According

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    DPP APPEALS CALANEY FLOWERS ACQUITTAL

DPP APPEALS CALANEY FLOWERS ACQUITTAL

The Director of Public Prosecutions has filed an appeal in the case of Calaney Flowers, 31, who was acquitted of the murder of her ex-boyfriend Lyndon Morrison in 2017. The DPP’s office filed the appeal on July 25, on two grounds: that Flowers’ acquittal was unreasonable and cannot be supported

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    CITCO TO RESURFACE HOLY EMMANUEL STREET

CITCO TO RESURFACE HOLY EMMANUEL STREET

Resurfacing of Holy Emmanuel Street (Gungulung) behind the Charles Bartlett Hyde (Complex) Building has been delayed until sometime around September because of other street works in which the company interested in the project is currently engaged. Holy Emmanuel Street, which measures a little bit less than a half a mile

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