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Barton Creek Mennonites want more government protection from robbers

Dear Editor, In regards to an article that appeared in the Amandala last year, we in the village here in Lower Barton Creek feel compelled...

Coronavirus – a coming emergency: Romel Cuello

Dear Editor, The coronavirus is coming, or might be here already, and we do not even know it. Are we ready? Like a snowball in hell....

The “normalization of deviance”

“The deaths of four members of the Belize Defence Force are a tragedy that has shocked Belize. It was not just soldiers who died...

BEL could do with a little heart

Dear Editor, I am one that is glad that our government had the courage to reacquire our essential services: water, electricity, and telephone. We might...

May they rest in peace and rise in glory

Dear Editor, So sad to read about the demise of Mr. Alfonso Ramirez, he did not know me, but I felt a little affinity towards this...

Richard Harrison ran in by-election due to resignation of PUP’s Joseph Mahmud

Dear Editor, In reference to your story of Friday, February 7, 2020, captioned, “Businessman Richard Harrison, 55, dies …. “, please note an inaccurate statement...

Wants information on Don Richardson, American expat

Sun. Feb. 16, 2020 Dear Editor, How can I find out if someone I know in Belize, an American expat, had died? I am told that...

Corruption by government officials amounts to treason

Dear Editor, Your editorial in the January 28, 2020 edition which stated that corruption is the greatest threat to a nation, was impressive and made...

Belize will become a republic, with a military junta!

Feb. 11, 2020 Dear Editor, Greetings. May you kindly give space for the following: Belizeans!!! Sisters and brothers. The architects of the triangle of Central American...

The massive importance of the “common good”

Dear Editor, The “common good” consists of those facilities — material, cultural or institutional—that the members of a community provide to all members in order...

Must Read

Media granted essential service status, but needs pass during curfew hours

BELIZE CITY, Wed. Apr. 1, 2020-- During the national state of emergency, media workers have been granted essential service status. This basically means that...

COVID-19 locks down Belize

The nation is now in a national State of Emergency BELIZE CITY, Thurs. Apr. 2, 2020-- Belizeans all across the city were seen in lines...

Amandala wants you to be safe when handling our newspaper

In this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, Amandala understands that some people may have concern about the safety process the primary handlers of our...