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New route Revealed for Carnival Road March 2019

The Carnival Committee has released the route for the 2019 Carnival Road March. And there is a difference from last year’s route. The spectacular event takes place on Saturday, September

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Belize Flag Standardization

The Official Flag of Belize is in the final stages of being standardized.  At an event held at the Marion Jones Sporting Complex in Belize City, the media was informed

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National Celebrations Calendar of Events 2019

The National Celebrations Committee has released the official 2019 Celebrations Calendar of Events. Belizeans and visitors alike look forward to the release of the playbill to identify peak days/nights during

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Did You Know About Calendar Adjustment Day???

Did you know that there was once a Calendar Adjustment Day? Following the British Calendar Act of 1750, Britain adopted the Gregorian Calendar in 1752. However, the current Julian calendar

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September 2019 is…Suicide Prevention Month

Suicide is a tragic end to a life, a permanent solution to a temporary problem, yet it is one of the fastest growing epidemics in the US and across the

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Omar S. Ortiz Scholarship Foundation

The Omar S. Ortiz Scholarship Foundation was founded on June 8, 2018 with the mission of providing annual scholarships that would help empower a new generation of diverse leaders while

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Belizean Athletes Performing Well in CODICADER Games

Today was a successful day for team Belize at the Central American Athletic Championship (CODICADER) Under 15 Games, being held in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Glenford Williams won a Gold medal in

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NEW WATER TAXI REGULATIONS

PRESS RELEASEBELIZE PORT AUTHORITYWATER TAXI REGULATIONS STATUTORY INSTRUMENT 29 OF 2019The public is hereby informed of the Water Taxi Regulations Statutory Instrument 29 of 2019 that is in effect.  The

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Why Tiny Belize is a World Leader in Protecting the Ocean

Across the turquoise water by the mangrove, ranger Allan Halliday spots a fishing skiff. “We’re going over to say hello,” he says, before abruptly changing the boat’s direction. But his

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August 2019 is Inventor’s Month

The printing press. The automobile. The internet. Electricity. Penicillin. Glasses. Sliced bread! All of these things and thousands more are inventions made my ingenious inventors that may have lived thousands

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