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Belize Experiences Power Shortages due to Reduction of Supply from Mexico

As the scorching sun climbs higher in the sky, signaling the arrival of hotter days on Ambergris Caye, residents brace themselves for the inevitable surge in electricity consumption. With temperatures soaring, the demand for cooling relief surges, pushing power consumption to peak levels. However, as electricity usage reaches its peak,

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Belizean Beauties Attending Pageants Abroad

Beauty pageants are held throughout the country; here in San Pedro we get our fair share of pageantry from Miss Chiquitita to Miss Costa Maya International. Beautiful Sanpedranas have also proudly represented Belize in

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All Eyes on Tropical Storm Rina

Hurricane season is slowly coming to a close but that does not mean that hurricane activity slows down, especially during the month of October when Belize receives most threats from storms developing in the

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Francis Fonseca New Leader of the PUP

The People’s United Party has been in turmoil since the beginning of this month when Hon. John Briceño stepped down as party leader on Friday, October 7 and the interim leader Mark Espat declined

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Zenda & Mocha – Happy Tails

In February, animal lovers were horrified to hear the sad story of Zenda, the poor dog thrown over the fence at SAGA Humane Society. She had been used as a puppy machine, starved, chained

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Video Pick: Eco Friendly Xanadu Island Resort

Check out award-winning and eco-friendly Xanadu Island Resort in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize. It’s very tropical, luxurious and a true Belizean get-a-way. Its unique monolithic domes combined with thatched roofs, wooden decks and

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Study: Hurricanes are Clustered Not Random

SUMMIT COUNTY —A study of hurricane tracks during the past 100 years suggests that tropical storm activity is clustered rather than random, with short intense periods of hurricanes followed by relatively long quiet periods.

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School Teacher Gets Heroic Tattoo

Tattooing has been practiced for centuries worldwide. In many parts of the world it is traditionally found in faces or hands especially in tribal groups.  Despite some taboos surrounding tattooing, the art continues to

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