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Belizean Lifestyle

Doing Business with Belize Pawn Shops & Small Loan Businesses

Doing Business with Belize Pawn Shops & Small Loan Businesses Unfortunately, like many others, we all have money problems at some point in our lives, whether the funds are required

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The History of La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge

The first event was organized in 1998. I had dreamed up four ideas for the launching of VIDA purified water, as part of my plans to grow the Big H

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Will Belize Ban E-Smoking?

The Parliament in Barbados passed legislation to ban cigarettes and e-cigarette smoking in public areas. Everyone knows what an e-cigarette is, but e-cigarettes are less well known. Vaping as it

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Museum of Belize celebrates 15th anniversary

The Museum of Belize celebrated its 15th anniversary. A special ceremony was held on February 3, 2017 where 15 individuals were honored. Alexis Salazar, Director of the Museum shared the list.

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Miss Universe 2017

Who will be Miss Universe 2017? It’s a question that many Belizeans are hoping will be answered in our favor on January 29th. Belize’s Rebecca Rath is making waves in

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El Día de los Reyes

El Día de los Reyes, the 12th day of Christmas also known as the “Feast of the Epiphany” or “Three Kings’ Day” is celebrated on January 6th of each year.

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Christmas Traditions in Belize

Belize is known for its multicultural demographic and its diversity really shines through during the Christmas time. The Christmas season in Belize is typically celebrated during the entire month of

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Suspected Zika cases exceed 300

Zika continues to capture health headlines across the globe and in Belize, the Ministry of Health is on heightened surveillance to track Zika, particularly in pregnant women. To date, five

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A Vacation in Belize – a Safe Gamble

A Vacation in Belize – a Safe Gamble Belize is a gorgeous country that’s perfect for those who like to go off the beaten path and have a true adventure.

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enSLAVEd

12.5 million. According to the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade database, that’s how many Africans were transported to the Americas between the 16th to the 19th centuries. Today, Aug. 23, UNESCO and

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