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Microsoft’s new cross platform service named “Belize”

Microsoft plans to change how people tell their stories or share photos and videos by introducing a new cross platform service. The service was initially revealed by a report fromZDNet. The

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Belize Ice Cream Exported to Grenada

Western Dairies Ice Cream has been a fixture in Belizean refrigerators for years, and now the people of Grenada will be able to stock their shelves with it as well.

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Celebrating Garifuna Settlement Day

(Garifuna): Rísiti, Pántati, Gabafuti, Iúnrahowa meme la (English): Rich, Proud, and Powerful let us continue to preserve it. So reads this year’s selected theme for the celebrations leading up to the observance of

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Belize Hosts Regional Volleyball Qualifiers

The jewel is preparing to host an international volleyball competition. It’s a first for the local volleyball association which is putting its best foot forward in terms of logistics as

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Changes to September Calendar

Please make note of a few changes in the September Celebrations calendar as follows: BELMOPAN: Wednesday, Sept.14 is “One for the Road,” a Square Peg Production: UB Auditorium at 6:30

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Carnival King & Queen Winners

The 2016 Carnival King and Queen competition was a resounding success! The winners for the night are as follows: SENIOR WINNERS! Queen: Titans Mas Band King: Titans Mas Band SECOND

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Belize, Correspondent Banking and Forecast

In the newscast for July 12, we brought back the issue of correspondent banking and we spoke with Foreign Affairs Minister, Wilfred Elrington who recently returned from a CARICOM session

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From Hollywood To Our Neck Of The Woods

For most of you, whenever you want to watch a really good movie, you’ll head to the DVD store, or surf the web or Netflix and load up, let’s say

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El Pilar

At El Pilar, “peace is a prerequisite.” Dr. Anabel Ford and the Institute of Archaeology (NICH) Belize would certainly agree. “Archaeology doesn’t have borders. The borders that existed in the

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Major Discovery at Xunantunich

Xunantunich, or Stone Woman, is one of the country’s more popular Mayan sites, located just across the Mopan River in San Jose, Succotz…one kilometer away from the Guatemalan border. Centuries

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