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SACNW Patrol Officer Saves Drowned Child

A South Ambergris Caye Neighborhood Watch Patrol Officer was instrumental in the saving of a seven-year-old’s life after he rendered first aid to the boy who was discovered unconscious in a swimming pool. According

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BTIA Sets Pace For Maya 2012

Electing New Board Members, Launching New Membership Structure And Enhanced Web Presence – The Belize Tourism Industry Association (BTIA) introduced and ratified a new membership rate and category structure at its Annual General Meeting

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Moratorium on Vehicle Importation Set

The Ambergris Caye Traffic Control Committee wishes to inform the public that effective December 15th, 2011, a moratorium on the importation of vehicles will be implemented and enforced until April 15th, 2012.   This

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International Civil Aviation Day Celebrated

The Government of Belize, through the Ministry of Tourism, Civil Aviation and Culture and the Department of Civil Aviation, joined the aviation industry in commemorating International Civil Aviation Day on Wednesday, 7th December, 2011.

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Diving Legend Ramon Nuñez Sr. Awarded

It is always nice to hear when an individual is presented with a prestigious award especially if you know the person or is a close relative. But when a Sanpedrano receives an award it

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Boat Parade Kicks off Christmas

It was the San Pedro AIDS Commission that captured the eye of the judges during the sixth annual San Pedro Holiday Lighted Boat Parade that took place on Saturday, December 3, 2011. Their decorated

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Fun with Cruz Arts

Everybody knows local artist Kirt Cruz who sets up his table in front to Mickey’s Place to create and sell his paintings. He enjoys being out there interacting with the locals and meeting tourists

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BEL Applies For Reduction of Electricity Rate

Belize Electricity Limited (BEL) has submitted an application to the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) for a 3.4 per cent reduction in the average electricity rate.  This application is being made under a Full Tariff

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