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November 13, 2019


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The San Pedro Sun

NCFC hosts children’s rights workshop
A workshop on the Convention of the Rights of a Child (CRC) was held for Children’s Right Ambassadors at the Belize Institute Management in Belize City on Saturday, November 9th. The National Committee for Families and Children (NCFC) organized the workshop with the goal of reinforcing the importance of children’s rights and why they should be respected and protected. The workshop began at commemorates with NCFC Executive Director Margaret Nicholas welcoming everyone and introducing the first activity of the day. Attendees were teamed up in pairs and asked to identify the rights they considered most important and explain why.

Various Belizean Sources


CSEC and CAPE Examinations
The Ministry of Education has announced the 2019 outstanding performance for CSEC and CAPE examinations. Congratulations to all schools, teachers, parents, and most importantly, the students who have demonstrated excellence!

Advanced Culinary Training in Belize City
The BTIA in partnership with the Mexican Embassy facilitating a three day session of Advanced Culinary Training in Belize City.

SIP & SEE in COROZAL: Carillo's Art Work Display & For Sale
Saturday 23rd, November from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the New Millenium in Consejo Village. Entrance fee $5.00 - Live painting by Carillo - Beers & Drinks for sale at the bar. Event to support Candidate Ethan Arana for "KING" at St. Francis Xavier RC Primary School. Tickets available at the New Millenium - Call or text Ronnie 620-0519 for Tickets.

Sherima Guity is Young Belizean Entrepreneur of the Month
For the month of November, we are excited to feature Rory and Sherima Guity as our Young Belizean Entrepreneurs! Rory and Sherima wanted to offer something different to Belizeans, so this young couple traveled to Mexico to learn how to make authentic Mexican tacos. Upon return, they opened Tacos Don Carlos—a brightly colored taqueria, welcoming visitors with a bright Mexican mural since April 2019. This Belmopan couple has been together since high school, which has allowed them to learn and respect each other's strengths and weaknesses—a necessary ingredient in ensuring the restaurant’s success. Each and every day, Rory and Sherima strive to make their customer's experience happy and authentic!

Between the Yucatec Maya people of Belize there is the story of the Wáay . The plural of Wáay is Wáayo'ob . For the ancient Maya the Wáay refered to a animal that shared its essence with each person; a kind of "accompanying spirit". The wáay also spelled as Huay can refer to a person who can control this accompanying spirit or transforms into an animal while asleep . After conquest due to religion this legend was more associated with evil . A Wáay can be either good or bad . A wáay can use its powers to benefit a community . Also can use its powers to do mischievous acts .

4th Annual Belize International Yoga Festival (2019)
Date: December 1st, 2019. Time: 6:00am-6:00pm. Cost: $10 for Adult/ Kids under 12 enter FREE! Where: Harbour View Greens, Fort Street. Belize City. Belize International Yoga Festival (BIYF) is designed to bring together yoga and meditation practitioners, aspirants and the general public from Belize and around the world to enjoy soulful moments of wellness, healing, relaxation and reflection. The festival is a time for positive interactions which are vitally important for the well-being of our community and country. BYIF is a non-alcoholic, family friendly event. The first of its kind in Belize and the region, patterned after similar festivals around the world.

Movie Night! Hosted by The Truck Stop
This week we're showing the heartwarming new adventure comedy THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON. Zak, a young man with Down syndrome, runs away from the nursing home where he lives to chase his dream of becoming a professional wrestler. Through circumstances beyond their control Tyler, a small-time outlaw on the run, becomes Zak's unlikely coach and ally. Starring my wife's Hollywood crush, Shia Labeouf!

Garifuna Celebration Activities in Belize City

The Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports & Culture and the CXC National Committee of Belize congratulate all students who sat the 2019 CXC examinations, especially those that displayed outstanding performance in the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations. The Twenty-Fifth annual CXC National Awards Ceremony to recognize the outstanding students is scheduled to be held on Friday, November 29, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. at The Omar Longsworth Auditorium, Independence Village in Stann Creek. At the Awards Ceremony the CXC National Committee of Belize will present several categories of awards to outstanding students in the 2019 CSEC Examinations. Four hundred two (402) students will receive CSEC Certificates of Excellence, two (2) will receive Subject Group Awards and thirty-four (34) Individual Subject Awards.

The Ministry of National Security Provides Update on Situation at Barrio El Juda, Cayo District
The Ministry of National Security in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the OAS Adjacency Zone (OAS/AZ) has been actively taking steps to address the issue regarding the illegal settlements and encroachments by Guatemalan nationals on private property in the Barrio El Juda area, Cayo District. Since the Ministry of National Security became aware of this situation, the following actions have been taken to ensure the immediate discontinuation of illegal settlements in that area.

Inquiry into the explosion on board the water taxi, San Pedro Jet Xpress
The Belize Port Authority has conducted an inquiry into the explosion on board the water taxi, San Pedro Jet Xpress, which occurred at the Ocean Ferry Belize Limited water taxi terminal, on 5 May 2019, in which Yamiri Jasmine Guy and Kimberly Melissa Guy lost their lives and six other passengers sustained various degrees of injury. The inquiry was conducted by the Belize Port Authority and include statements obtained by the police, from key witnesses and experts, and other evidence gathered in the course of the inquiry.

Paint N Splash
See you this week at from 2-4pm Thursday to paint “Meet the Ray”.

GOB Signs Matching Grant Fund with the Los Pequenos Agricultures y Ganaderos de Nago Bank Co-operative Society Ltd
The Government of Belize (GOB), through a financing arrangement with the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), has embarked on a six-year programme, Resilient Rural Belize (RRB), which aims to minimize the impacts of climatic and economic events on small farmers while supporting sustainable market access for their produce. The programme will help small farmers employ climate-resilient agricultural practices and technologies; integrate profitable participation in the development of select vegetable, fruit, and honey value chains; and support production capacity through investments in public and private climate-resilient infrastructure and in the strengthening of small farmer organizations and relevant Government Departments.

The Ministry of National Security Provides Update on Situation at Barrio El Juda, Cayo District
The Ministry of National Security in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the OAS Adjacency Zone (OAS/AZ) has been actively taking steps to address the issue regarding the illegal settlements and encroachments by Guatemalan nationals on private property in the Barrio El Juda area, Cayo District. Since the Ministry of National Security became aware of this situation, the following actions have been taken to ensure the immediate discontinuation of illegal settlements in that area. 1. High-level officials within the Ministry of National Security, the Belize Defence Force, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs have made multiple visits to the area.

The International Tourism and Investment Conference (ITIC) 2019
BelizeINVEST, a unit of BELTRAIDE, participated in the International Tourism and Investment Conference (ITIC) held from November 1 – 2, 2019 at the Intercontinental Park Lane in London. The Conference provided a platform to drive international awareness and investment into the tourism sector by bringing key decision makers from the public and private sector to share innovative insights on the countless opportunities that exist at each destination. Belize was an integral part of the panel discussion, which sought to showcase the competitive advantages and investment opportunities across the region. Additionally, the Conference also provided the opportunity for one on one networking sessions, where representatives from Belize met with viable investment interests.

23rd Annual President’s Week Asset Protection & Investment Conference Ambergris Caye, Belize
Nagel & Associates LLC in partnership with Caye International Bank Limited hosted over twenty regional potential investors, as part of President’s Week, to discuss matters relating to international business, finance and investment opportunities. The 23rd Annual President’s Week Asset Protection and Investment Conference is being held as of November 9th – 13th, 2019 in San Pedro Town, Ambergris Caye featuring key international and local speakers with expertise across various fields. The Belize Trade and Investment Development Service (BELTRAIDE) was represented by its sub-unit BelizeINVEST by Ms. Lianne Torres in presenting on investment opportunities in priority investment sectors, particularly the Tourism Sector in Belize.

Garifuna Nuguya 12K
This 12K run is coinciding with Garifuna Settlement Day on Tuesday, November 19th, 2019. Men and women's category. Organizers are asking for sign up, as very few people have registered. Come on Corozal, let's make this event happen.

Darina Garifuna Museum in Libertad Village
Welcome to the Darina Garifuna Museum in Libertad Village. Each year, during the week before Garifuna Settlement Day, curator Mrs. Simeona Zuniga offers a special edition of her Garifuna Exhibition. Many local schools take the opportunity to visit and learn about Garifuna culture. We invite you to visit the museum on November 13th & 14th for the special edition!

Crafters Wine & Paint
This Saturday at the Soul Project, they'll be having the Crafters Wine and Paint event. Eat, drink, paint, and be merry. Call 604-9237 for more information.

Channel 7

An International Incident: Espat and the Encroachers
For a few months now that the Belize/Guatemala territorial dispute hasn't been in the news. But, since the beginning of this year, it's been quietly playing out in realtime at the Western Border, on the very edge of Benque Viejo Town. The location in dispute is known as the Barrio El Juda area. That's where the Belizean, Jorge Emiliano Espat, owns approximately 100 to 150 acres of land in different parcels. The problem is that his land is right next to the Western border in the area known as the adjacency zone. Espat says that whenever there are elections for the municipality of Melchor, the politicians on that side use land as leverage to gain political support from voters.

Guatemalan Trespasser Says The Land Is Hers
Interestingly, the Guatemalan teacher, who Espat complained of as the chief culprit that has built an almost-complete house on his land, granted a revealing interview 2 months ago to a Guatemalan media house. Here's what she had to say on September 12th to the reporter who went looking for answers about the controversial construction on Belizean territory. We have that translated for you: Reporter: "We are informed that you are the owner of a construction that is currently underway by the Belize/Guatemalan border. Is it yours?"

OAS Has Pronounced But Failed To Act
Tonight, Jorge Espat remains convinced that he is being wronged by this Guatemalan national. He says that several months ago, the OAS did an independent verification to ensure that his property is on Belizean territory and that this was a case of Guatemalan encroachment. Here's how he explained that in our interview from today: Reporter: "The OAS was involved, talk to us about that confirmation where the location of the land." Jorge Espat: "The confirmation came about through the OAS and Guatemala as I understand had requested verification though the Mexican source and yes indeed the verification from the OAS came out intact."

Finally, Port Authority Charges Responsible Parties For Water Taxi Explosion
Tonight, more than 6 months after an explosion aboard the San Pedro Jet Xpress water taxi that claimed the lives of two girls - the Belize Port Authority has announced the findings of their investigation into who's responsible. A release this evening says that the boat master, Ernesto Delgado, the boat's operator, "San Pedro Water Jets International Limited", and the water taxi service operator, "Ocean Ferry Belize Limited" have been charged for negligence in causing the loss of life of Yamiri Guy And Kimberly Guy; Causing a vessel that was unsafe to be sent on a voyage; and, Attempting to send a vessel that was unsafe on a voyage.

The Crow Returns To City Hall
The crow returned to city hall today - we're talking about the crow - footing court bailiff. Reports are that he went to the city council's main office on Albert Street this afternoon to continue marking items - mostly office equipment. This is to settle the council's almost half a million dollar judgement debt to its former city administrator Candice Miller. Yesterday, the bailiff was at the works compound marking heavy equipment for seizure.

Boxhead Burglar Hides Identity
Very regularly on this newscast we show you surveillance video of crimes in progress - and, many times, the culprits are caught because of that. Indeed, these surveillance cameras are getting cheaper, sharper, and turning up everywhereand the criminals are taking notice. And that's what inspired one burglar to go for a new look: the cardboard box head. That's right - last night at Dollar Store on Water Lane in Belize City, a burglar put a box over his head so that the camera couldn't make him out.

Kyle Confessed To Shooting At Cops
The cops say he came after them with guns blazing - and today Kyle Chaplin went to court and pleaded guilty. In December of 2018, the 28 year old allegedly fired upon the cops, as they pursued him through an alley in the gang infested Mayflower Street area. The incident occurred on December 9, 2018. Four police officers responded to shots being fired in the Mayflower Street area and claim that Chaplin came after them wi9th a gun in his hand firing shots at the officers.

Stellar Students Shine on CSEC
The 2019 CXC results are out, and a stealer trio of brilliant Belizean students have performed exceptionally on the CSEC exams. Edward P. York's Alexis Guy earned the top spot and was named the Most Outstanding Candidate. Guy obtained seventeen Grade I's and one Grade II. Not far behind her are hers schoolmates, also from EP Yorke: Dayana Marroquin the Outstanding Candidate, attained fourteen Grade I's and two Grade II's; andAngie Matute who was awarded Most Outstanding performance in Technical Vocation in the region. We spoke to all three students today about their successes and how their teachers helped them along the way.

Corozal Has The Best CAPE Students
And Belize's high school students aren't the only ones who saw major success in their exams. Four Sixth Form students will be receiving Certificates of Excellence for their performance in the CAPE examinations. Corozal Junior College's Liyan Moralez is the Most Outstanding Candidate for his eight Grade I's and one Grade II.

Barbados Wants To Open Trade Route to Belize
The Caribbean nations of Belize and Barbados are making a genuine attempt at regional integration for the purposes of a free-flow of goods and services. Whenever the topic of a fully-functional Caribbean Single Market and Economy comes up, it is often met with skepticism, because there are always claims that one nation or another sets up artificial barriers to trade. Well, the Ministry of Investment, Trade, and Commerce, through BELTRAIDE, has been working with its counterparts in Barbados, the Barbados Investment & Development Corporation. That partnership seeks to introduce goods and services from that country into the Belizean market, in the hopes that Belizean consumers will embrace the products from their Caribbean brethren.

Is Tracy On Faber's Slate By Default?
The Opening Ceremony of the expo gave us an opportunity to talk with Tracy-Taegar Panton about the developing political intrigues happening within the ruling UDP. Battle lines have been drawn in the race for the Leadership Convention of the UDP. Panton has submitted her name as a candidate for the Party's First Deputy Leader. She's doing so without a slate, and her opponent is Hugo Patt, who is now a part of John Saldivar's team. So, we asked her today, if that means that she will have to join Patrick Faber's camp by default. Here's what she said: Reporter: "John Saldivar seems to be campaigning on behalf of your opponent for the first deputy. Does that by chance, or by process of elimination, force you to align with the Faber group?"

Belize Cautions on Military Influence In Bolivia Political Crisis
There's turmoil in the South American country of Bolivia tonight. This is after president Evo Morales was pushed out of office in what he says was a coup. Morales has taken up exile in Mexico while violent clashes continue in the streets between his supporters and the security forces. Morales's sudden, enforced departure created a power vacuum and today, the ongoing political crisis took a dramatic turn when - according to the New York Times - a leading lawmaker stepped forward and claimed the presidency.

Jamaican Play Adapted For Belize With Great Humor and Resonance
A new play is being adapted for the Belizean audience and theatre goers are excited about Jankunu Productions latest offering, called 'Saving Alligator High.' The play focuses on tragic circumstances which result in a school nearly being closed and its clearly defined characters present a satire of an educational institution held at the mercy of a community. Alligator High is located in an inner-city community, but the drama unfolds mainly in a staff room. It's a story of rape, teenage pregnancy, dysfunctional families and poverty told from the teachers' perspective. Here's more from the theatre company's rehearsal.

Why Anti Money Laundering Standards Matter
There's probably nothing quite as dull as 60 banking and financial regulators sitting in a room talking about international standards in combating money laundering, and the financing of terrorism. But that's what happened today at the Caribbean Motors Conference Room where the FIU hosted a Financial Action Task Force Standards Training.

UB's New Board Is Mostly Renewed
The University of Belize have given a new term of office to its Board of Trustees. Harrison Pilgrim was unanimously re-elected as Chairman of the Board, while Mr. Lynn Young was elected as its Vice Chairman, also unanimously.

Channel 5

Guatemalans Squat in Barrio de Juda, Cayo
Encroachments by Guatemalans are well-known within the Chiquibul. But now, embolden Guatemalan nationals are setting up permanent structures closer to the western border and well within Belizean territory. For years, [...]

Ministry of National Security Says Guatemalan Squatters Have Ceased Illegal Construction
Espat wrote to the C.E.O. in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Pat Andrews on the issue of Guatemalan squatting on his land. Espat tells Andrews that he has waited four [...]

CitCo Files Application to Appeal the Candice Miller Decision
On Monday, the Belize City Council filed an application to appeal a decision handed down by Justice Courtney Abel on October fourth, in favour of former city administrator Candice Miller.  [...]

Is Candice Miller Playing Chess with CitCo?
Upon exiting the Supreme Court victorious on the evening of October fourth, attorney Magali Perdomo, who represents Miller in the wrongful termination suit, reiterated the fact that a contract, in [...]

CitCo’s Assets at Works Department are Crow-footed in Lieu of Payment
With an application for appeal setting the backdrop for CitCo’s next move, has a preemptive strike by Miller to crowfoot its assets, backed City Hall into a corner?  Here’s how [...]

Repairs on Swing Bridge Gone into Overtime
The historic Swing Bridge in the heart of the city is undergoing repairs to ensure the safety of thousands of pedestrians who traverse the bridge every day. But the state [...]

The Top Scorers of the 2019 CSEC & CAPE Exams
The National Awards Ceremony takes place later this month in the south. The ceremony will recognize students that excelled in the CSEC regional exams and the CAPE. Students from the [...]

Trial of Police Assc. Prez Vs ComPol Chester William to Proceed
Almost nine months after a lawsuit was filed by Corporal Eldon Arzu, the President of the Police Association, against the Commissioner of Police Chester Williams, the case has still not [...]

Charges Brought Following Deadly Explosion at Water Taxi Terminal
A deadly explosion that claimed the lives of a pair of siblings and injured fourteen others onboard a vessel on May fifth, has resulted in charges being filed against several [...]

Fire Destroys Wooden House in Benque
A fire quickly swept through a wooden house in the New Site area of Benque Viejo Del Carmen. A family of three lost all they owned in the blaze that [...]

Tracy Panton Still Undecided on Who to Support for Leadership Convention
The leadership convention for the United Democratic Party has been set for February ninth, 2020 when as you know, Patrick Faber and John Saldivar will go head to head in [...]

Tracy Panton Ready to be 1st Deputy Leader of the U.D.P.
Panton was the first to have announced her bid for the first deputy leadership of the U.D.P.; Manuel Heredia Junior is also running for second deputy leader. Panton says she [...]

Tracy Panton: “Some will win…some won’t make the central executive team”
Both Faber and Saldivar have taken to social media to bolster their candidacy. Faber for some time was seen as the person being groomed to be the next leader of [...]

Tracy Panton Says Gapi is Entitled to Privileges
Minister Tracy Panton also responded to a question about former cabinet minister Gaspar Vega. As we’ve reported, while Vega resigned as a member of cabinet in 2017 due to a [...]

Belize Bird Rescue – Saving Belize’s Birds!
Belize’s yellow-headed parrot population is disappearing from our forests; it is a bird that is endangered worldwide. Illegal poaching, deforestation and other pressures have reduced this colorful bird to a [...]

License for Domestic Parrot Holders are Coming
As you heard in that story just now, Belize’s parrots are under threat. The illegal trafficking of native parrots for house pets has been a growing problem. The yellow-headed parrots [...]

Boosting Trade Between Belize and Barbados
The economies of Belize and Barbados are dependent on tourism, but there are other opportunities that can open up for further trade between both countries. This is why a mission [...]

Establishing Greater Market Access for Belizean Produced Sugar in CARICOM
As it relates to CARICOM, some of Belize’s agricultural products have made their way into the regional market. But even as discussions are ongoing to introduce Belize Sugar Industries’ plantation [...]

Will Belizean Sugar Be Exported to Taiwan?
While CARICOM is natural trading partner, Minister Panton says that Belize is looking at other opportunities outside of the CARICOM region to export the Belizean produced sugar. A delegation is [...]


Candice Miller attacks CitCo with crowfoot order
On Friday, October 4, Supreme Court Justice Courtenay Abel handed down a decision in favor of Candice Miller, the former Belize City Administrator who signed a new employment contract beyond the life of the City Council she was serving under United Democratic Party mayor Darrell Bradley. Miller’s new contract gave her a hefty salary increase. The PUP’s Mayor Bernard Wagner and his councilors eventually voted to terminate Miller as City Administrator because, the Mayor said, Miller had failed to advise him and his team that they needed to file a defense in a lawsuit that was brought against the City Council by a sanitation company, Belize Waste Control Ltd. According to Mayor Wagner, the failure to advise the new council to file a defense cost the council one million dollars.

Evo Morales accepts asylum in Mexico
President Evo Morales of Bolivia and his Vice President resigned yesterday, Sunday, after he addressed the country in a televised statement. Morales, a socialist, was elected as the 80th president of Bolivia in 2005, and ushered in number of socialist policies that helped to alleviate poverty. Last month Bolivia plunged into protests, following the results of the presidential election in which Morales was declared as the winner.

GSU storms house in Burrell Boom; shoots caretaker
The Belize Police Department’s Gang Suppression Unit (GSU) has been employing unorthodox policing methods from the time it burst on the scene with its officers’ faces covered with masks. The GSU’s new policing methods have come at a high cost to taxpayers in the form of lawsuits that the GSU has lost in the courts. Yesterday, Friday, some members of the GSU descended on a house in Burrell Boom to conduct a search, but instead of conducting the search, they ended up transporting the caretaker of the property to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital for medical treatment after he was shot multiple times at close range with non-lethal rounds from a pump action shotgun.

Jaswant Brooks, 18, murdered for nothing
Jaswant Brooks, 18, a laborer of Giles Street, Lake Independence, was reported missing on Monday evening, November 4, when he failed to return home after going to buy some weed on Police Street. On Friday morning, November 8, his decomposed body was found in the Mile 6 area off the George Price Highway. After an autopsy was conducted, the cause of his death was declared to be inconclusive. Brooks was buried at the Eternal Garden Cemetery at Mile 13 on the George Price Highway.

Belize Elementary girls and Holy Redeemer boys are Belize District Primary School Volleyball Champions 2019; Nationals on Friday
The Belize District Primary School Volleyball Finals were held today, Monday, at the Stars Gym in Belize City, where the 4 top teams from Belize Rural, 2 females and 2 males, clashed with the top 4 teams from Belize City, 2 females and 2 males, in a simple knockout format. In the semifinals, the Belize City teams dominated their Belize Rural counterparts, setting up a repeat Belize City clash in the District finals, with the same results as in the Belize City finals last week.

Alrick Carcamo, 29, murdered on Raccoon Street Extension
Alrick Carcamo, 29, a construction worker of Caesar Ridge Road, was murdered at about 8:30 Thursday night on Raccoon Street Extension. In an interview with us today, a shop owner whose business is located in the yard near which Carcamo was killed, told us that Carcamo was socializing with about 5 friends in front of the yard and was standing on the sidewalk on Raccoon Street Extension. The shop owner said that at about 6:30 that Thursday evening, she began to have an uneasy feeling, and she believed that something bad was going to happen, and decided to close the shop.

Michael Williams, 21, stabbed by boy, 15
Michael Williams, 21, a laborer of Santa Elena, was at a food stand buying food at about 12:30 Sunday morning when he was approached by a young male who asked him some personal questions. Williams ignored the man, who then stabbed him in the right side of the chest. The culprit then ran away. Police who viewed footage recorded by cameras mounted in the area were able to identify the young male who stabbed Williams — he is a boy 15 years old, also of Santa Elena.

Drinking turned deadly: Lee Lopez, 41, fatally stabbed in chest with broken bottle
Lee Lopez, 41, a handyman of Heron Street, Ladyville, was drinking with three men who are known to him in front of his home at about 9:00 last night when they became involved in an argument that escalated into a fight. One of the men broke a bottle and stabbed Lopez in the chest, and the men then fled the area. One of his friends came by and saw him lying near his gate in pools of his blood, and the gate was also bloody.

Ports Commissioner confirms that charges will be laid for deadly boat explosion
On Sunday, May 8, 2019, there was a horrific explosion onboard a water taxi that was starting its engines to head out to San Pedro and Caye Caulker. The blast claimed the lives of Kimberly, 8, and Jamiri Guy, 10, two young sisters who were on the boat along with their mother and stepfather. The explosion also injured a number of other passengers, some of whom were tourists. At the time of the incident, the Belize Port Authority announced that it was conducting an investigation into the cause of the explosion.

From The Publisher
As I understand it, my great grandfather on my mother’s side, George Lindo, who had migrated to British Honduras from Jamaica as a young man, used to own a rum shop (or maybe more than one) in old Belize Town, and he had a hefty cash flow. He was rich in the early twentieth century, before Bob Turton made his, in the 1920s thereabouts. But George Lindo was a compulsive gambler, and by the time I began to have a sense of myself as a child, living with my parents at #7 Church Street in the early 1950s, George Lindo was broke and being taken care of by his daughter (my grandmother), Eva Lindo Belisle.

PLB regular season ends; 4th playoff spot decided in injury time
It went “down to the wire” indeed, as the final playoff spot in the Premier League of Belize (PLB) 2019-2020 Opening Season was only determined in injury time of a Week 14 game in San Pedro on Saturday night. This past weekend’s Week 14 games ended the PLB regular season; but the 2 games scheduled for Sunday had no bearing on the playoffs, while the 2 games on Saturday night were critical to determine whether Wagiya FC or Altitude FC would grab the 4th spot in the playoffs along with Verdes FC, Bandits Sport and San Pedro Pirates FC, all 3 of whom had already secured a playoff berth.

FFB announces National “A” Team final list for upcoming CONCACAF Nations League games
The Football Federation of Belize (FFB) is calling the following National “A” Team male players to camp on Monday, November 11, 2019. The players are to report at the FFB headquarters by 10:00 a.m., where they will continue to prepare for the CONCACAF Nations League match against French Guiana. The match is scheduled for 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 14, at the Isidoro Beaton Stadium in Belmopan. National “A” Team male players called to camp are (Verdes – Ver, Bandits FC – Ban, BDF FC – Bdf, Wagiya SC – Wag, San Pedro FC – Snp): goalkeepers – Woodrow West (Ver), Shane Orio (Ban)...

National Women’s League football Week 5 results, standings
The Football Federation of Belize’s (FFB) National Amateur Women’s League (NAWL) 2019-2020 Opening Season has completed its fifth week of games, and already there appear some interesting match-ups to be anticipated, as there are still 2 undefeated teams each in the North and South groups. (See Week 5 standings below; our apologies for last week’s error in labeling Week 4 standings as Week 5.) Three (3) games were played in Week 5 this past weekend, 2 games on Saturday, November 9, and 1 on Sunday, November 10.

Anthony J. Chanona, J.P., offers his “two cents” on the citrus industry
Dear Editor, Please allow me to express “my 2 cents” opinion on your Editorial of Friday, November 1, 2019, titled, “GoB must assist the CGA and all small farmers.” Indeed, GoB should not allow the CGA to collapse into financial ruin. This institution was crafted into law in 1967 by luminaries such as Alexander S. Frankson and birthed in Parliament by the then Minister of Agriculture, Sir Alexander Hunter.

Bolivian president Evo Morales resigns after election result dispute
Evo Morales has announced he will resign as president of Bolivia after the military called for him to step down and the police withdrew their support following weeks of unrest over disputed election results. In a televised address, Bolivia’s president of nearly 14 years said he was stepping down for the “good of the country,” but added in an attack on opponents whom he had accused of a coup attempt: “Dark forces have destroyed democracy.”

If OJ did it, here’s how he did it
No, there’s no white Bronco here; this is no story about a disgraceful foreign OJ who, if public opinion mattered, would have been strung up by his neck until he was dead. This here story is about a local OJ who, if he did what some philistines said he did with what they say Faber said, and the honor codes of old applied, he would have been put through the wringer, and hung out to dry. You see why some of us are driven to drink. Tideh day da noh like bifo times. The Belize Times “Belly of the Beast” columnist says that they broke some story about a drunken outburst from Faber about Barrow and the Barrows that was spilled by OJ. I can’t swear that everything they say da soh, but if da soh …

The big picture
When we take a close-up look at the so-called gang phenomenon in Belize, we find young men caught up in situations that are not entirely of their own making. Many are victims in a cycle of events they were born into. This does not excuse them from personal responsibility, but it forces us to look at the bigger picture of our social values and structures to see what circumstances created this phenomenon in the first place. Crime is an act of personal choice and an effective criminal justice system holds individuals accountable for their criminal behavior. Nevertheless, those who wish to prevent crime before it occurs cannot ignore the fact that the majority of people filling our prisons come from impoverished backgrounds and lack a formal education…..

Matron is engaged, married, and gives birth
It was only a small number of citizens who had the courage, ability, stamina, concern or civic-mindedness to take on all the problems that plagued our little country during the twentieth century, starting particularly during the Twenties. This was after the end of World War I, when those who returned from the front with a different outlook, resulting from exposure to the prejudices, challenges and experiences of a hostile world from which their distance had sheltered them, created a volatile and uneasy environment; but our older heads, priding themselves on their strong religious and civilized beliefs, persevered in their peaceful, tolerant and law-abiding ways to do whatever was in their power to improve their condition.

Editorial: No saving the youth if the state’s justice system doesn’t work
We are sure that we can all be better people. Belize is one of the five countries in this Caribbean project, and we are sure the workshops will produce/disseminate information that will help our youth better understand themselves, why they behave the way they do and why some behaviors need to be changed. No culture is perfect; we should always be open to new ideas; and we should select the ones that can help us become better. A lot of who we are is animal DNA. All animals have a survival instinct, a need for food and sex and territory, and in the forest animals go about achieving their ends by following the laws of the jungle. Human beings, the most cerebral animal on the planet, over time have developed laws by which to live. These laws are generally the same all over the world. For example, every country and respected culture has a law against murder. There are also small, and not so small, differences. For example, some countries condemn homosexuality and some don’t.

The Reporter

The Ministry of National Security Provides Update On Situation At Barrio El Juda, Cayo District
A man who claims that Guatemalan families have been squatting on his land situated at the Benque border says he is getting ready to take those families to Court after repeated attempts to get them to move, even after asking the Foreign Affairs Ministry to intervene.

The War With Candice’s Legal Team, CitCo Files Counter Maneuvers
The Reporter has confirmed that attorneys acting for the Belize City Council have filed an application to stay the crow-footing of Council assets by former Administration Candice Miller.

Evo Morales Lands In Mexico After Political Asylum Is Offered
Earlier today (Tuesday, Nov. 12) the former president of Bolivia Evo Morales arrived at the airport in Mexico City, after Mexico granted him political asylum. Mr. Evo Morales served as the first socialist president of Bolivia for 13 1/2 years. He became president of the south American nation of 10 million people in January 2006.

Fire In Benque Viejo Destroys House
Investigators believe that faulty electrical wiring may have caused a fire which totally destroyed a house in Benque Viejo on Monday night. Around 9:25 Police were called to Pedro Guerra Street where they saw the 20ft.×15ft. wooden structure engulfed in flames.


Tensions rise at the Belize/Guatemala border
The silence has been broken as it relates to the Belize/Guatemala border issue. After having filed the matter at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) major incidents at the Sarstoon and along the country’s border with Guatemala have been minimal, perhaps even nil.

Boat explosion investigation concludes
The Belize Port Authority has concluded their investigation into the boat explosion that killed two persons and injured six others on May 5, 2019. The explosion occurred at the water taxi terminal at the foot of the Swing Bridge on board a vessel from San Pedro Jet Express.

EP Yorke tops this year’s CSEC awards
Edward P Yorke High School (EPYHS) came out on top in this year’s Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examination. The high school is known to be consistent in delivering excellence and for having students win awards.

SCA and SJC consecutive National volleyball champions
Females from the Saint Catherine’s Academy Volleyball team took home the trophy once again for the 12th consecutive year. The SCA girls won the national volleyball championship this past weekend.

Barbados commercial Expo
Barbados Investment and Development Corporation and Belize’s Ministry of Investment, Trade and Commerce brought the Barbados Commercial Mission to Belize Expo. Today ten companies from Barbados were represented at the expo.

Elderly woman narrowly escapes house fire
An elderly woman was able to avoid injuries last night after she realized that one of the houses in her yard was on fire. 77-year-old, Aminda Avilez was inside her home on Pedro Guerra Street in Benque Viejo del Carmen, Cayo District when she heard a loud explosion just after nine o’clock last night.

Love Foundation helping those in need
Love Foundation has been hosting series of “one stop” job workshops in Belize City. These programs cater to those less fortunate who might be unemployed or underemployed and are looking for a place to work.

Belize Coast Guard to change Commander soon
The Belize Coast Guard will be changing command in fifteen days. Admiral John Borland will be passing the proverbial baton to the Vice Commandant Elton Bennett. 42-year-old Bennett has been in the Belize Coast Guard for almost 14 years after having served in the Belize Defense Force for nine years.

Marsden walks for insufficient evidence
After spending three and a half years at the Belize Central Prison, 27-year-old Raheem Marsden was released yesterday when the murder charge against him was withdrawn. Marsden was on remand after being charged for the death of 30-year-old Alfonso Castillo that occurred on July 21, 2016

Eldon Arzu case adjourns
Almost nine months after a lawsuit was filed by Corporal Eldon Arzu, the President of the Police Association, against the Commissioner of Police Chester Williams, the case has still not proceeded to trial. This is due to Arzu’s attorney not complying with certain instructions given by the court

Women’s Leadership And Political Participation
The United Democratic Party, National Organization for Women, is a group that engages constituents in the idea of women in politics. Women make up fifty percent of our population base. According to Tracy Taeger- Panton, sixty percent of persons who went to the polls to vote for the last ICJ referendum were women.

Breaking Belize NewsPJ

Road traffic accident reported near Ontario, Cayo
Reports to BBN are that there was a road traffic accident on George Price Highway […]

National Security Ministry working to ensure immediate discontinuation of illegal settlements in Barrio El Juda, Cayo
The Ministry of National Security, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Organization of American States (OAS) […]

Ministry of Education highlights students who excelled in 2019 CXC Exams
Today, the Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports & Culture and the CXC National Committee of Belize […]

City man admits shooting at police
Kyle Chaplin, 28, of Mayflower Street will serve a concurrent sentence of six months jail […]

CARICOM congratulates Canadian Prime Minister on re-election
Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque today extended congratulations to Prime Minister of Canada, […]

Asian grocery store in San Ignacio robbed
Police are investigating a robbery that occurred this afternoon at J&A store in San Ignacio. […]

Belize Coast Guard to see change of command
The Belize Coast Guard Service is to have a change in command at the end […]

Edward P. Yorke students rank first and second in 2019 CXC
In Belize two female students from Edward P. Yorke High School have been ranked first […]

House destroyed by fire in Benque Viejo
A home and all its contents were completely destroyed by fire last night in Benque […]

“Garifuna Made Easy” series to bring language to schools
Just in time for Garifuna Settlement Day and in support of this year’s theme, which […]

Celebrating Belizean women- Meet Adma Robinson!
Women all over Belize are making a positive impact on their communities. Belizean entrepreneur, Adma […]

Venezuelan woman fined $1,000 for entering Belize without permit
A Venezuelan woman apparently trying to save on a flight home is $1,000 lighter today […]

DIGI/BECOL basketball tournament ends regular season this weekend
San Ignacio Town SSBA Secretary The DIGI/BECOL Basketball Tournament has only one […]


Corozal: A Lovely Colorful Belize Town with A Definite Mexican Feel
I had been through Corozal quite a few times in the past 12 years – mostly to get to Mexico or from Mexico out to the cayes but….I had never really lingered and I haughtily felt like I didn’t need to. What makes Corozal particularly intriguing to many who are looking to relocate to Belize – especially those looking for a more affordable alternative to the cayes is the proximity to Mexico. JUST across the border – less than 10 miles away – is a relatively HUGE city of Chetumal Mexico. A place that has a huge array of shopping spots, malls, movie theaters, fast food joints and just people. Chetumal is estimated to have a couple hundred thousand people. Compare that to the entire country of Belize that has just around 400,000. Or Corozal town…which has less than 20,000.

Bird Watching in Belize: Top Hotspots
With more than 570 species of birds thriving in its varied ecosystems, there's no better place to go bird watching than in Belize. This gem of a country provides wonderful, year-round experiences for great birding experiences. From casual onlookers to veteran ornithologists, birders of every level delight in the sight of macaws, toucans, trogons, hummingbirds, storks, parrots, raptors, and other species commonly seen throughout Belize. Here are four of the best destinations to go bird watching in Belize:

Things To See and Do In Corozal
Corozal is conveniently located between Mexico and Ambergris Caye, with its own turquoise shores and diverse landscape, from beaches and historical sights to a nature reserve. In town, remnants of historical and cultural heritage are on full display. There are gun turrets at Fort Barlee used during the 19th century during the Caste War; the vibrant Corozal Town Mural depicting the district’s history and the Maya temple of Santa Rita, where the mestizo population of Belize was born.

Taste of Belizean Tradition
Like its kaleidoscope of cultures, Belize’s culinary landscape–from stick-to-your-ribs stews to streetside tamales–begs exploration. Belize’s dual Caribbean and Central American identity leads to flavorful cuisines across six districts. There are surprising options beyond the national plate of coconut rice and beans, with stewed chicken. Start with this primer, and then add your own discoveries.

November is Garifuna History Month – San Pedro Celebrates
When you think of November, most would think about Thanksgiving but for Belizeans, the month signals the celebration of the rich history and cultural immersion of the Garifuna people to Belize. With Belize’s rich diversity of people, the Garifuna make up about 7% of the entire country’s population and their contributions as a culture have propelled over the years. The Garifuna people primarily inhabit the Caribbean coastal communities of Belize including Barranco, Seine Bight, Dangriga, Hopkins, and Punta Gorda. The first Garifuna people arrived in Belize on November 19th, 1802 in the town of Dangriga, which is considered to be the cultural capital of the Belizean Garifuna people. In 2001, UNESCO declared the Garifuna culture, music, dance and language as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. While music and drumming remain synonymous to the Garifuna identity, dance is also a major reflection and integral part of the Garifuna culture, stemming from its West African origins.

Enjoy Bird Watching at Caye Caulker
Caye Caulker is a small island off the coast of Belize, and it’s divided by the Split, which is a narrow channel separating the two masses of land. To the south is the island’s only settlement, known as Caye Caulker Village. Caye Caulker has a lot to offer to visitors. The surrounding clear, pristine waters and fascinating coral reef attracts visitors from around the world. However, not all the Caye’s treasures are in the water. The south end of the island is home to a dense mangrove forest and diverse birdlife. Although the island is small, there are over 100 species of resident and migratory birds on the island.

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Ocelot tracking is revealing new information about this elusive cat
It is night in a Central American pine forest, and an ocelot is following a game trail. The predatory wild cat, approximately twice the size of a housecat, is hoping to catch the scent of a rabbit or hear the rustle of mice in the undergrowth. Along the way, the ocelot passes between two remotely triggered infrared cameras set at about knee-height off the ground. The cameras flash simultaneously, startling the animal and momentarily illuminating the forest. The resulting photographs capture the unique markings of the elusive cat: solid black bands and spots over tawny yellow fur, a pale underbelly, and a bright white spot on each rounded ear. Moments like these have been a regular occurrence in the pine forest and broadleaf jungles of Belize, where Professor Marcella Kelly, of the College of Natural Resources and Environment, has spent the last 15 years tracking the movements of predatory ocelots and jaguars using remote sensor cameras. Now her research, one of the longest continuous studies of wild cat populations in the world, is giving scientists new insights into the range, population sizes, and migratory habits of Central American wild cats.

Scientists say too much tourism is fueling mysterious disease killing the Caribbean’s corals
The breathtaking reds, yellows and purples of the Mesoamerican Reef have been turning sickly white, leading researchers on a desperate hunt to understand and fight the mysterious disease killing the Caribbean’s corals. In a little over a year, the Mexican Caribbean has lost more than 30 percent of its corals to a little-understood illness called SCTLD, or stony coral tissue loss disease, which causes them to calcify and die. Experts warn the disease could kill a large part of the Mesoamerican Reef, a magnificent arc of more than 1,000 kilometers (600 miles) of coral shared by Mexico, Belize, Guatemala and Honduras. SCTLD has put the region in a bind: it could potentially devastate the vital tourism industry around the reef, the second-largest in the world after Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. And yet, it is highly possible that too much tourism is in fact fueling the problem, scientists say.

Healthy mangroves help coral reef fisheries under climate stress
Healthy mangroves can help fight the consequences of climate change on coral reef fisheries, according to a University of Queensland-led study. UQ’s Professor Peter Mumby said corals have been bleached and reefs have lost their structural complexity as a major consequence of warming seas. “Many people are worried that – due to climate change – reef fishery yields could halve if coral reefs flatten, losing the hiding places that support thousands of fish,” he said. “When a young fish arrives at a degraded reef it has nowhere to hide and is easily targeted by predators.

Head to Belize for the Eco-Friendly Vacay of Your Dreams
Sure, it might take three planes to get to the southern tip of Belize Punta Gorda, but TBH, it’s a place like no other. I spent four days in the lush rainforest at the Copal Tree Lodge, an eco-friendly resort featuring an organic farm and a rum distillery, and fell in love with its fields of fruit, cacao trees, heirloom sugarcane, and all the local livestock. Uh, yes, this is the remote vacay of your dreams. Here’s how to have the best experience, complete with howler monkeys, coffee cupping, farm-to-table food, and fresh-caught seafood.

Enlarging Chetumal canal intended to encourage marine tourism
The Quintana Roo government has begun dredging to extend the Zaragoza canal in order to spur marine tourism in the region. The project will also boost trade by connecting the state capital Chetumal to the community of Xcalak. Governor Carlos Joaquín González and military authorities inaugurated the project at the naval base located at the entrance to the canal. He said that opening a navigable route between the Caribbean and the bay of Chetumal is a strategic economic action.

More drought concerns for Caribbean region
The Barbados-based Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology (CIMH) says below normal rainfall continued in parts of the region already with concerns over drought, including over Belize and Barbados. “There are areas of concern over short term drought by end of January 2020 that can impact agriculture, streams and small rivers, particularly in the vicinity of Belize and Cayman Islands,” the CIMH said in its latest Caribbean drought bulletin. It said there is wider concern over long term drought by the end of November 2019 that can impact ground water and large rivers, particularly in Belize, the Guiana's – northern Suriname and French Guiana – and some islands of the eastern Caribbean, namely Barbados, Dominica and St Kitts.


  • The Winners of the 2019 Belize International Film Festival, 3min. On Sunday, the fourteenth edition of the Belize International Film Festival closed with the announcement of the winners of this year’s festival. There were a total of seven categories for which submissions were made. Among the winners were “The Sweet Taste of Salted Bread and Undies” for best feature narrative; “Bakoso: Afrobeats of Cuba” got best feature documentary. Meanwhile, “My Father Belize” and “Tecuani and the Duende” both tied for first place in the best Belizean short film category. The best music video was “Raise My Voice” by Nicole Craig featuring Ashleigh Craig. Here are some highlights of the winners:

  • Belize '19 - Swimming with the Sharks!, 5min. Belize is home to the second largest barrier reef in the world, we took some time to snorkel just inside the reef and spent time with many nurse sharks.

  • Police Link Up, 52min.

  • Belize KTV Latino 2019 Season 4 Video 6, 1hr48min.

  • African American Sista From Brooklyn Exploring San Ignacio, Belize Markets, 11min.

  • Belize National Geographic, 29min. I was the ship's doctor during our trip to Belize and Honduras. My daughter, Melissa, and I got lost in the rain forest tracking Howler Monkeys. We gave Ice Cream to a young girl that had never seen it before.

  • Placencia Belize March 2019, 19min.

  • Belize Part 2: Waterfall Rappel & Rainforest, 3min. In Part 2 we'll be hiking into the rainforest, tasting live termites right out of the nest, and working our way up the trail to Antelope Falls, where we rappel two long sections of the falls back down. With a quick stop by a refreshing swimming hole, we harness up and give you a POV of the ride down the falls.

  • Diving Belize - Mini Elbow, 10min. Diving the Turneffe Atoll in Belize

  • Belize '19 - Flight to Placencia, 5min. Our short 25 minute flight from Belize City to Placencia, we didn't expect to see the 'mountainous' areas inland, but what a wonderful view of the country along the coast on our way.

    November 12, 2019


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    Specials and Events

    Last night's TV news on Channel 7, Channel 5, LOVETV, PGTV, Reef TV, KREM, and CTV 3. Also with the most recent Open Your Eyes, Belize Now, Talk Ah Di Town, and other specials.

    The San Pedro Sun

    The National Institute of Culture and History notes the passing of Mr. Compton Fairweather, a Cultural Pioneer and Political Activist
    The Honourable Patrick Faber, Minister of Education, Youth, Sports and Culture and the National Institute of Culture and History notes the passing of Belizean Cultural Pioneer and Political Activist, Compton Fairweather O.B.E., J.P. Compton Fairweather was born in San Ignacio, Cayo on March 15th, 1931 and attended St. Paul’s Anglican School in Corozal, St. Peter’s in Orange Walk, St. Andrew’s in San Ignacio, St. Micheal’s College in Belize City, Belize Technical College, University of Maryland, and The City College of New York.

    BPAHM hosts Forum on Food and Nutrition Security
    Members of the Belize Parliamentary Alliance against Hunger and Malnutrition (BPAHM) gathered Friday, November 8th at the Marion Jones Conference Room in Belize City for a forum on Food and Nutrition Security for a Healthy Belize. In his address to the gathering, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education, Youth, Sports and Culture, Honourable Patrick Faber, said his Ministry is planning to scale up school feeding in Belize as well as ensuring that school children are fed one healthy meal a day.

    Ambergris Today

    Man Goes Fishing And Drowns In San Pedro
    One man is dead as a result of a drowning incident that occurred over the weekend in San Pedro. According to official police reports, on Friday, November 8, 2019, at about 2:49 p.m. San Pedro Police visited the San Pedro Polyclinic, upon arrival, they observed the lifeless body of male person identified as Gustavo Lizzaraga, 25-year-old, Belizean laborer of a San Pedro Town address.

    Ministry Of Health Holds Food & Nutrition Security Forum For A Healthy Belize
    Members of the Belize Parliamentary Alliance against Hunger and Malnutrition (BPAHM) gathered on Friday, November 8, 2019 at the Marion Jones Conference Room in Belize City for a forum on Food and Nutrition Security for a Healthy Belize. In his address to the gathering, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education, Youth, Sports and Culture, Honourable Patrick Faber, said his Ministry is planning to scale up school feeding in Belize as well as ensuring that school children are fed one healthy meal a day.

    The island community of Ambergris Caye has come to LOVE this dynamic duo at American Crocodile Education Sanctuary (ACES), for their personality, their love of community and their passion in saving and protecting the endangered crocodiles. Chris Summers and Christina Manzi of ACES share this video of their hard work and passion that has brought them together as a couple that creates awareness and helps protect crocodiles in Belize. Enjoy the video and help support their worthy organization.

    Various Belizean Sources


    Endorsement Convention for Honourable Manuel Heredia Jr
    The Endorsement Convention for Honourable Manuel Heredia Jr will be held in San Pedro on November 23rd. All those from Caye Caulker who wish to attend are welcome to. Information on transportation will be posted closer to the date.

    Remembrance Day in Corozal
    Remembrance Day ceremonies were held across the country yesterday, Corozal's ceremony took place at Soldier's Park, where we were able to honour two living Ex Servicemen from our community; Mr. Vera and Mr. Correa. Thank you to all who participated and to our community members who showed support by attending!

    BEL Authorized Collection Agents around the country

    Ya’axché’s Community Forum: Forest Conservation and Governance
    Ya’axché cordially invites communities to take part in Ya’axché’s Community Forum: Forest Conservation and Governance. Updates on our programs – Protected Areas Management, Community Outreach and Livelihoods and Science – will be provided by our expert staff at Ya’axché. Come learn about our work in the Maya Golden Landscape, our area of focus. Join us on Friday, 22nd of November 2019 at San Pedro Columbia Nazarene Education Centre, starting at 8:30am and ending at 3:00pm. Snacks will be provided! Ya’axché’s Community Forum is made possible with the support of EuropeAid through the Forest Governance Project.

    Benque Cleanup
    Thank you to the members of our community who showed up to help clean our community. Mopan Technical students including those in the Peer Helpers and HUGS club, members of the Child Advisory Council, Department of Youth Service, Town Council employees and Mayor Marconi Sosa. Thank you to Rudy Cruz for assisting with his canoe to get the garbage in the river. There is a lot of work to be done if you would like to help come out tomorrow. We meet at BeCol park to start at 8am.

    Garifuna Setlement Day Celebration 2019 & Award Ceremony
    The Embassy of Mexico in Belize in collaboration with the National Garifuna Council-Belize City Branch, has the pleasure to invite you to the: Garifuna Settlement Day Celebration 2019 & Award Ceremony. Friday, November 15TH, 2019 – 6:30 - 8:30 PM. Mexican Cultural Institute – Belize. Newtown Barracks and Wilson streets, Belize City. FREE ADMISSION!

    The 14th Edition of the Belize International Film Festival (Belize IFF) took place from November 6th to 10th. The Belize IFF had culminated with an award show on the closing night. The 5 days showcased Belizean, regional and global films in several categories. The most entries from Belizean artists came in the Music Video category, created to highlight the local music industry. The winner of the Feature Narrative category is PAN DE SALAWAL. The winner of the Feature Documentary category is BAKOSO: AFROBEATS OF CUBA. The winner of the Short Docs category is SORISSO-LEGENDADO. The winner of the Shorts category is FLIGHT. MY FATHER BELIZE and TECUANI and the DUENDE both tied as winners of the Best Belizean Film. The winner of the Branded Entertainment category is MACAW. The winner of the Music Video category is Nicole Craig- RAISE MY VOICE ft. Asheigh Craig.

    Caye Caulker Dog Grooming
    We will be coming this Wednesday November 13th. To make your appointments can call us at 662-4549 / 226-4838 or fb message me. We doo groomings , baths , nails also have available flea and tick prevention pills .

    The Corozal Christmas Tree is being put up right now at the Corozal Central Park
    I love it at this time of the year in Corozal. In the coming days, they will be adding more decorations at the central park.

    Be aware that 1st North In Corozal, is being fixed in Corozal
    The other side of the street is being used to fill the whole by the BWS. And, the street is blocked due to heavy machinery being worked to fix the street at this moment.

    Belize Port Authority licensing boats Nov 11-15
    Please take note that Belize Port Authority will be here licensing boats.

    St. Francis Xavier Parish Fair
    Saturday, November 30th, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. at the St. Francis Xavier School Grounds.

    Job Opening at BEL
    A vacancy exists for the post of Administrator, Executive Services in the Executive Services Department of Belize Electricity Limited.

    Channel 7

    Candy, The Crowfoot and City Hall
    On Friday, October 4th, we told you about the almost half a million dollar judgement that Candice Miller, the former administrator won from City Hall. She was dismissed for gross dereliction of duty shortly after the council took office in 2018. Well, the Supreme Court found that firing to be wrongful, unlawful and without cause. The judge ordered the cash strapped city hall to pay Miller $378,175 dollars for breach of contract of employment, plus another $70,000 dollars in costs.

    Man Stabbed to Death By Close Friend
    A man was stabbed to death at his home in Ladyville, and the person who allegedly attacked him was his close friend. He's 41-year-old Lee Lopez, a resident of Heron Street, and while he was socializing with his usual friends in his yard, he got into some sort of argument with one of them. Things escalated quickly, and Lopez was killed - reportedly stabbed straight to the heart with a pint bottle.

    Cops Looking For Two
    Today, police said they have two persons detained while one man is wanted. Here is Senior Superintendent Hilberto Romero from the National Crimes Investigation Branch at today's press briefing in Belmopan. Sr. Supt. Hilberto Romero, CIB: "Two persons are detained for this investigation. We're looking for one other person in regards to this murder."

    Man Stabbed In OW, Family Wants Him Home
    And an Orange Walkeno was also stabbed over the weekend. But this stabbing happened in Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Quintana Roo - which is 100 miles north of Chetumal. Carlos Cerilo left Belize on the 28th of October. He had reportedly gone to Quintana Roo to work, however, while there he was brutally attacked. It happened at around 6:00 on Sunday morning. Cerilo was found on the street with a knife stuck in his chest and a cut wound to the neck. He was rushed to a nearby hospital where he received surgery. CTV-3 News spoke to his sister Melly Chayash earlier today. She says that the family knows very little about his life in Mexico or the attack but they want their brother and son to be able to recuperate at home.

    Raheem Rolls Out Of Jail
    27-year-old Raheem Marsden, the man accused of murder for the stabbing death of 30-year-old Alfonso Castillo, is at home tonight after being remanded at the Belize Central Prison for almost 3 and a half years. The charge has been withdrawn against him at the request of the DPP's Office. Marsden was the man police accused of stabbing Castillo on July 21st, 2016. Castillo was socializing with several friends in an ally a few blocks away from his Belize City home on Victoria Street. Castillo somehow ended up in an argument with another man, which quickly escalated to violence.

    Bees Attack At Trial Farm Gov't School
    This morning, 11 students and 2 staff members at Trial Farm Government School in Orange Walk were attacked by Africanized bees. Now, we know that angry hives of Africanized Bees have killed before - and in the Orange Walk District. In this instance, however, the victims escaped shortly after they attacked, and so none of them were seriously hurt. The management of the school immediately took action and called in the Ministry of Agriculture to take care of the bee problem. Our colleagues from CTV3 News spoke with the Principal and the Ministry of Agriculture employee about the incident.

    Alrick Targeted Again
    A man and woman from Belize city couple are recovering from gunshot wounds after they were shot on Saturday night. It happened at the Corner of Curl Thompson and Mud streets in Belize City. At 7:50 when residents heard shots - and 33 year old Alrick Smith, a man well known to police, was hit. Smith was turning a corner with 19 year old Aldelia Morey when they were approached by a man who fired several shots at them. Senior Superintendent Romero told us more:

    Shooting in Gang Turf On Friday
    And there were two more shooting victims in the City over the weekend. 22 year old Lemar Lamb and 21 year old Daniel Lopez were standing on Neal Pen Road on Friday evening when they were approached by two men. One of the men pulled out a firearm and fired 4 or 5 shots at the pair. Police say it happened at about 7:05 on Friday evening. Sr. Supt. Hilberto Romero, CIB: "On Friday the 8th day of November 2019 Police responded to a shooting incident on Neal's Pen road where reports were received that two people had been shot..."

    Teenager Allegedly Stabbed 21 Year Old In Cayo
    A 21 year old was stabbed in Santa Elena, Cayo yesterday afternoon. The head of National Crimes Investigation, Assistant Commissioner Joseph Myvette told us about the case of Michael Williams: ACP Joseph Myvette: "Yesterday afternoon shortly before 1:00pm San Ignacio police were called to the La Loma Luz hospital where upon arrival they observed one Micheal Willams 21 years of a San Ignacio town address with stab wounds..."

    Seeking a Seaweed Solution
    When we hear the word seaweed most of us think of that thick, super sweet, soupy drink with loads of condensed milk. But, seaweed is actually a highly sought after high protein nutrient. And. on Friday a group of conservationists, business owners and other private sector stakeholders visited a seaweed farm in Placencia. Except the farm is in the sea! They wanted to see first-hand how the marine plant is cultivated and discuss the possibility of developing the seaweed industry in Belize and in the region. Here is more from that trip.

    Faber Takes Delegates On Weekend Outing
    Last week, UDP Deputy Leader Patrick Faber told us he is very much in the race for party leader. And he flexed a bit on Sunday when he sponsored a trip for his loyalists and delegates to Rendezvous Caye. A facebook post boasts that 150 delegates from the Belize and Orange Walk Districts were on the trip as solid supporters. He says he will be going to the other districts soon. Faber needs 281 delegates to be elected leader.

    Advanced Culinary Training From Mexico
    If you are a super fan of food network cooking competitions, any cooking channel or just a food lover, you will know the joy and excitement that comes from watching how chefs turn basic ingredients into delicious, creative masterpieces. Well, the Belize Tourism Industry Association is hoping to WOW the Belizean and tourist clientele by training chefs from all over the country in advanced culinary techniques. The training is being held at the ITVET and we dropped by this morning for the theory session. John Burgos, Executive Director, BTIA: "What you see happening this week is that this is something we began to discuss with the Mexican Ambassador here in Belize where we were looking to find better opportunities to provide training to our local industry service members..."

    Disaster Response For Public Officers
    Many say you can never really be fully prepared for a sudden tragic event or disaster but that does not mean you shouldn't do all you possibly can to protect yourself and others. That is the idea behind NEMO's 3-day training at the ITVET. Over 60 public officers are being trained in disaster response techniques. Here is more from this morning's session. Kevin Pollard, District Coordinator, NEMO: "It is a basic first aid training as you know that normally we have public officers in the shelters and this training is to assist in the event that something was to happen within the shelter, they can assist before we get additional assistance."

    Film Festival Winners
    The Belize International Film Festival held its closed last night with an awards ceremony at the Bliss Center. And some of the Festival's promising selections won major recognition in the Feature Narrative, Feature Documentary, Short Documentary, Short Film, Belizean Short Film, Branded Entertainment and Music Video categories.

    Collision Injures Two
    No one was killed in a collision on the George Price Highway last night. It happened between miles 38 and 39 when an SUV and a pickup collided. Police told us more: ACP Joseph Myvette: "Last night shortly after 7:00pm Roaring Creek police were called to the scene of a road traffic accident between miles 38 and 39 on the George Price Highway whereupon arrival they observed a black Xterra SUV type vehicle..."

    Lexus Torched In Garden City
    Police are looking for 2 suspects who lit a man's car on fire in Belmopan. It happened just before 4 o'clock on Saturday morning. 30-year-old Curlin Flores, a barber of the Piccini area of Belmopan, was at home when his neighbors saw his 2009 Lexus engulfed in flames. The Fire Department who managed to put it out, but his $30,000 vehicle was extensively damaged.

    SCA & SJC Repeat As National Volleyball Champs
    The girls of St Catherine Academy won their 12th national volleyball championship this weekend in Dangriga. The event was held at the Chiste Garcia Sports Complex and in the championship game on Saturday, the SCA girls bested over the Western Zone champions, the Belmopan Comprehensive School 3 - 0 in the championship final. And in the males, The St. John's College Wildcats repeated as national volleyball champions. They had to go to four sets to prevail 3-1 over the Northern Zone champions, the Muffles College Bobcats, in the championship final Saturday evening.

    Castro and Cricket
    A cricket coaching course was held last week in Bermudian Landing. The course which is accredited by Cricket West Indies and recognized by the International Cricket Council was facilitated by Caribbean Cricket experts. 16 participants from various cricket teams throughout the Belize District attended as did their area rep, Belize rural North's Edmond Castro.

    Channel 5

    Candice Crowfoots CitCo
    Late this evening, bailiffs rolled into City Hall’s compound on the George Price Highway where the council’s heavy equipment are kept to crowfoot its assets. Candice Miller reportedly filed an [...]

    Ladyville Man Chopped, Stabbed to Death
    The life of Lee “Bambino” Lopez was cut short on Sunday night in Ladyville, Belize District. Lee was hanging out with three persons he knew, on the street in front [...]

    An Orange Walk Resident is Brutally Stabbed in Carillo Puerto, Quintano Roo
    Tonight a Belizean, forty-year-old Carlos Cirilo Chayash is recovering in a hospital in Felipe Carrillo Puerto, in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico after being stabbed on Sunday morning. Mexican [...]

    Four Persons Injured in Weekend Shooting in the City
    In the city, four persons, including a nineteen-year-old female, were shot and injured over the weekend. Gunshots rang out on Friday night on Neal Pen Road where Lemar Lamb and [...]

    Myron Martinez Comatosed After Crashing Into House on a Trailer
    A Ladyville resident is clinging to life at the K.H.M.H.  Myron Martinez was involved in an accident as he headed home on Saturday morning. He collided into a trailer transporting [...]

    Non-Fatal Traffic Accident in St. Matthews Village
    There was a road traffic accident in Saint Matthews Village on Sunday night. Police were called out to miles thirty-eight and thirty-nine on the George Price Highway where they observed [...]

    #It’sAllAboutTheBase – Patrick Faber Targets Delegates
    In political news, two weeks ago, the U.D.P.’s Belmopan Area Representative John Saldivar brought out thousands of supporters, including many of his political colleagues, for the launch of his leadership [...]

    Gapi Vega’s Salary Breakdown
    As we reported on Friday, Former Deputy Prime Minister Gaspar Vega continues to enjoy ministerial benefits, despite his resignation amid a land scandal involving his son, Andre, back in 2017.  [...]

    21-Year-Old Stabbed in San Ignacio; Minor is Detained
    A twenty-one-year-old man was stabbed and a minor has been detained. Police say that Michael Williams was in Santa Elena on Sunday afternoon when a man he doesn’t know approached [...]

    30K Car Set on Fire in Belmopan!
    In the nation’s capital, a thirty-thousand dollar vehicle was destroyed by fire over the weekend. A Belmopan barber reported that his car was set on fire while parked in front [...]

    Jaime Hope is Freed of Attempted Murder Charge
    Jamie Hope, who was charged with “Attempted Murder and “Grievous Harm, was freed of the charges when she appeared before Justice Marilyn Williams and Crown Counsel Sherigne Rodriguez entered a [...]

    4 of 6 Men Get Supreme Court Bail
    Four of the six men appeared before the Chief Magistrate and received bail today. They are facing charges relating to a robbery which occurred months ago at Cooking Master Restaurant [...]

    BAPDA Hosts a Caregivers’ Training with Team Canada Healing Hands
    Team Canada Healing Hands is back in Belize. The organization is working along with the Belize Assembly for Persons with Diverse Abilities to train persons on how to take care [...]

    Developing the Seaweed Industry in Belize
    On Friday, BELTRAIDE made further steps to develop the seaweed industry by connecting producers, developers, and consumers. A ‘Ministerial and Private Sector Seaweed Mission’ took industry stakeholders to the seaweed [...]

    B.T.I.A. and Mexican Embassy Host Advance Culinary Training in Belize
    The Belize Tourism Industry Association has teamed up with the Embassy of Mexico for a three-day advance culinary training at the ITVET in Belize City. The training is the first [...]

    The Winners of the 2019 Belize International Film Festival
    On Sunday, the fourteenth edition of the Belize International Film Festival closed with the announcement of the winners of this year’s festival. There were a total of seven categories for [...]

    The Weekend in Sports
    Good evening, I am James Adderly and this is Sports Monday.   [Highlights of the weekend sporting events...]

    The Reporter

    Ladyville Handyman Died After Senseless Fight
    Police say that they have detained two men and are looking for another following the murder of Ladyville handyman Lee Lopez, 41, on Sunday. Investigators say that the men were drinking together when a fight started.

    Economic Genocide!
    The economic landscape of Belize has changed significantly since independence; but it was really over the last fifteen years or so that we saw an economic model emerge which can only be described as economic genocide.

    President Of Bolivia Resigns Under Pressure
    The President of the South American nation of Bolivia Evo Morales has resigned amid turmoil following his disputed re-election last month. On Sunday, international monitors called for the election result to be annulled, saying they had found “clear manipulations” of the 20 October poll.


    Senior citizen injured in car accident
    A senior citizen was the victim of a road traffic incident last night in the Cayo District. Our Correspondent, Fem Cruz has ascertained that Glenford McFadzean is listed as critical at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital.

    Ladyville man fatally stabbed with pint bottle
    41-year-old Lee Lopez was stabbed to death after an altercation erupted between him and three other men, in Ladyville Village, in front of his home. Preliminary reports are that Lopez was stabbed with a broken pint bottle.

    Veterans Day 2019
    Yesterday an official ceremony was held in honor of war veterans in Belize. Veterans Day is a celebration in honor of Veterans for their patriotism and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good.

    A San Pedro resident drowns
    A Belizean laborer drowned on Friday afternoon in San Pedro.

    Three-Day Culinary Training
    The Belize Tourism Industry Association initiated an Advanced level culinary training today at the ITVET compound. The three-day training is being facilitated by a certified Mexican Chef.

    Paralyzed minor, Kyron Green, recovering well
    The mother of 11-year-old Kyron Green is happy to report that her son is recovering well after months of medical treatment. Green is a standard 4 student from St. Luke's Methodist in Belize City who was seriously injured while he was at a store on Central American Boulevard, running an errand for his mother.

    Dredging in San Pedro town
    ACRE Dredging has been on Ambergris Caye conducting dredging on two dredging permits for many years. Of recent, their operation has come under sustained criticisms in both the local press and social media to the point that they are moving ahead with taking legal actions for defamatory statements made against them.

    Public Service CPR Training
    The National Emergency Management Organization conducted a first aid training for Public Officers. Over 100 public officers will be participating in the training over the course of 4 days

    Teaching the necessary skills to acquire a job
    Love Foundation hosted job workshop, this time in the Caribbean Shores area in Belize City. The workshop is a joint collaboration with Area Representative for Caribbean Shores, Kareem Musa.

    Two men shot in Belize City
    Two men were shot on Friday night just after seven o’clock in Belize City. The victims, 22-year-old Lemar Lamb and 21-year-old Daniel Lopez were standing on Neal’s Pen Road when they were approached by two male persons who opened fire in their direction.

    An Orange Walk Man was brutally attacked in Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Quintana Roo, Mexico. At around 6:00 yesterday morning Mexican Authorities were called to Avenida 66 between 75 and 77.

    33-year-old Alrick Smith and 19-year-old Alidia Morey were both shot on Saturday night just before 8 o’clock at the corner of Curl Thompson and Mud Streets. Police investigation shows that they were exiting Morey’s house and heading towards their vehicle when a lone gunman approached the two.

    A woman of San Estevan Village, Orange Walk District is hoping that her son will show up safe and sound after he hasn’t been heard from in six days. Martina Leveron Perez says her son left the village on Tuesday, November 5 to go look for employment and has not returned home since.

    Breaking Belize NewsPJ

    Man charged in assault case
    Aaron Gonzalez, a financial consultant of Wilson Street, Belize City was charged with harm, common […]

    Belize Ex-Services League makes call to veterans to sign up for more assistance
    Ex-servicemen, relatives and those associated with the pre-Independence armed forces can get a windfall through […]

    Lest we forget: Observation of Remembrance Day
    Picture: Belize Coast Guard On this day 101 years ago, the guns fell silent and […]

    Evo Morales granted asylum in Mexico
    Ex-President of Bolivia, Evo Morales was today granted political asylum in Mexico. Violent unrest shook […]

    Son of National Anthem author, Harold Haynes, makes first visit to Belize
    The son of Samuel Haynes, author of Belize’s national anthem, is in Belize. This is […]

    Belize VU donates over $60,000 worth of equipment to Benque Police
    Last week, security tech company, Belize VU donated equipment valued at over $60,000 to the […]

    Two alive after road traffic accident
    Two people are alive and well after a road traffic accident last night. They are […]

    Two suspects detained in murder of Lee Lopez
    Police have detained two men and are seeking a third in connection with the murder […]

    Four people shot in Belize City over the weekend
    Four people were shot in Belize City over the weekend. Each of those victims survived […]

    Haven House raising awareness of domestic violence with 5k run in Belize City
    In Honor of the upcoming 16 days of activism against gender-based violence, Haven House Belize, […]

    San Antonio Village Council calls out Area Rep over Water Board appointment
    The San Antonio Village Council issued a statement yesterday calling out the area representative, Rene […]


    Tasting my first Boil Up
    Virginia Melendez has been cooking for 20 years, and as the proud owner of Itza Belizean Place eatery in downtown San Pedro, provides special items like hudut, boil up and more. With her repertoire and reputation preceding her, it made sense to taste her version of the boil up. Taught by her mother to make this dish, Virginia served up a beautiful plate complete with whole fish, some ground food, a sauce and the classic boiled cake.

    The Barrier Reef & Northern Islands
    Belize has many wonders, but one in particular is our national treasure, our Great Barrier Reef, which spans 180 miles, protecting our coast line. It is the largest coral reef in this hemisphere; Australia being the other. Small populations and careful management has preserved this treasure. Here you can find more than 400 species of fish, and a myriad of marine environments. The Northern Islands are the most frequented and populated islands in the country. Caye Caulker and San Pedro are not just water sport havens but also bustling towns where socializing is a favorite pastime. Enjoy the island life on the main cayes or caye hop and explore the dozens of white sand beaches like Goff’s Caye, Sargent’s Caye and other smaller most often unpopulated islands.

    Belize, A Place for Nature Enthusiasts
    Close to 100 areas are protected in Belize, which makes up about 28% of Belizean territory protected. This provides various opportunities for travelers to experience natural trails, waterfalls, beautiful marine life, and breathtaking caves. Go ahead and wander into our most popular and accessible protected sites, teeming with wildlife on and off land. Here’s a list of some of the protected areas and what you can see at each in Belize that you must visit.

    International Sourcesizz

    Top 10 Resorts in Central America: Readers' Choice Awards 2019
    Congratulations to Turneffe Island Resort on being named one of the Top 10 Resorts in Central America by Condé Nast Traveller UK! They were awarded by the 2019 Reader's Choice Awards.

    Strange disease threatens Caribbean coral reef
    The breathtaking reds, yellows and purples of the Mesoamerican Reef have been turning sickly white, leading researchers on a desperate hunt to understand and fight the mysterious disease killing the Caribbean's corals. In a little over a year, the Mexican Caribbean has lost more than 30 percent of its corals to a little-understood illness called SCTLD, or stony coral tissue loss disease, which causes them to calcify and die. Experts warn the disease could kill a large part of the Mesoamerican Reef, a magnificent arc of more than 1,000 kilometers of coral shared by Mexico, Belize, Guatemala and Honduras. SCTLD has put the region in a bind: it could potentially devastate the vital tourism industry around the reef, the second-largest in the world after Australia's Great Barrier Reef.

    Fifteen years of ocelot tracking is revealing new information about this elusive cat
    It is night in a Central American pine forest, and an ocelot is following a game trail. The predatory wild cat, approximately twice the size of a housecat, is hoping to catch the scent of a rabbit or hear the rustle of mice in the undergrowth. Along the way, the ocelot passes between two remotely triggered infrared cameras set at about knee-height off the ground. The cameras flash simultaneously, startling the animal and momentarily illuminating the forest. The resulting photographs capture the unique markings of the elusive cat: solid black bands and spots over tawny yellow fur, a pale underbelly, and a bright white spot on each rounded ear. Moments like these have been a regular occurrence in the pine forest and broadleaf jungles of Belize, where Professor Marcella Kelly, of the College of Natural Resources and Environment, has spent the last 15 years tracking the movements of predatory ocelots and jaguars using remote sensor cameras.


  • BZCV2019/003 - Belize International Services Ltd V The Attorney General of Belize, 3hr. This matter involves an alleged breach of contract by the Government of Belize. In June 1993, Belize International Services (BISL) entered into a Management Services Agreement with the Government of Belize. The Agreement was for a term of ten years with an option to BISL to renew the Agreement for a further ten years.

  • Caste War, 30min. A documentary which us from Yucatec Maya (Máasewal) ethnicity of Belize should watch . Especially us Máasewal from northern Belize about the Caste war (Maya Social War) .

  • The National Garifuna Council - Garifuna Settlement Day Activities, 23min. The National Garifuna Council has a month of activities scheduled for November. They walked us through the events planned to commemorate Garifuna Settlement Day. We also met the newly crowned Ms. Garifuna Belize 2019. On our couch: Deveene Martinez - Ms. Garifuna 2019. Melissa Zuniga - Secretary, National Garifuna Council. Nerisi Lopez - President, National Garifuna Council (Belize City Branch).

  • Bruk It Down Jenny - Expertise on how to better communicate within our relationships, 34min. We were talking communication styles on this episode of "Bruk It Down With Jenny." Jenny Lovell, Mental Health Therapist, shared her expertise on how to better communicate within our relationships. She expanded on the differences in the communication styles of men and women.

  • Fashion with Julie McCord of Julie Mango Designs, 19min. Fashion with Julie McCord of Julie Mango Designs. She spoke to us about the inspiration for her designs

  • Drawing a portrait with Charcoal, 25min. Yao Ling Lee closed off our show with a crash course on drawing a portrait with charcoal. She shared her process for creating the face using light and shadow.

  • The Nubia Show, 17min. The creators of The Nubia Show continued our focused on the arts with their introduction of the children's animated series. The young people behind the show wanted a creative way to teach the new generation about their Garinagu heritage. The idea is to use Nubia to teach culture and history and the language. They are currently in need of help to complete the series and are asking for support to the cause. We talked with them about the inspiration for Nubia and how it will be shared nationally. On our couch: Derek McKoy - Creator, The Nubia Show. Rheanna Serano - Vocalist, The Nubia Show. Chris Lewis - Writer/Translator, The Nubia Show.

  • My Father Belize tied in first place for best Belizean Short Film, 23min. The Belize International Film Festival came to close last night. My Father Belize tied in first place for best Belizean Short Film. The cast and crew from the film were our guests to talk about the creative process and the future of film in Belize. On our couch: Leon Lozano - Director, My Father Belize. Ron Oscar Sierra - Writer/Producer, My Father Belize. Arlin Escarpeta - Actor, My Father Belize.

  • The Business Hour on LoveFM, 1hr36min.

  • Hon. Tracy Taegar Panton addressing Belize about National Entrepreneurship Month, 2min.

  • Open Ocean Diving Manatee Encounter - Gladden Spit, Belize - 2019, 1/4min.

  • Maya ruins (Altun Ha) and Zip rio excursion in Belize, 15min. We had an amazing time in Belize, and I hope this shows the beauty of Belize and its wealthy history.

  • Belize Day in the Park Chicago IL 2019, 60min.

  • 14th Belize International Film Festival, 90min. 14th Belize International Film Festival Closing Awards Ceremony, Bliss Center for the Performing Arts, Belize City, Belize BRoadcasted by Great Belize Television

  • Accion Deportiva, 55min.

    November 11, 2019


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    The San Pedro Sun

    Wolfe’s Woofer: God’s House
    “We have another guest coming for the cookout,” Neil said. “I hope you and Sherry don’t mind.” “Of course not,” I told him. “We’re your guests. As long as he doesn’t eat all the barbecue and drink up all the beer, I don’t mind.” “No worries there,” Neil said. “He’s a young priest who has taken a parish on the mainland. Susi met him on the ferry and invited him for dinner.” Neil and Susi are our good friends who moved to Ambergris Caye from Louisiana in the U.S.

    Doctor Love: Perturbed
    Dear Doctor Love, On the referral of a friend, I hired a girl to tidy up and clean the kitchen and bathrooms. We agreed on seven half days and one full day a month and I pay her a very generous salary that includes lunch and taxi fare. After she left the third time, I noticed a piece of jewelry wasn’t where I normally keep it. I couldn’t be certain I had put it back but then I searched everywhere, and I haven’t been able to find it. When she came again, I asked her about it and she denied seeing it, so I let it go thinking I had lost it myself.

    Various Belizean Sources


    Duck Run 2 inaugurates new facility at St Joseph R.C. School
    St Joseph R.C. School inaugurates new building. For the last six years, the school buildings had become deteriorated. The Village of Duck Run Two received assistance from Spanish Lookout and other donors. Two fundraising activities were also held and over $50,000 was raised. Duck Run 2 Villagers, men and women donated half the cost and also worked on the project to see the facility reach completion. The building will be inaugurated on Sunday, November 10th, 2019. Congratulations Duck Run Two.

    Belize Birth Rate
    Fact Check: On average, around 20 babies are born every day in Belize, most of them within the public sector hospitals. The work of the health staff, particularly nurses midwives in this regard is for the most part unacknowledged - the vast amount of babies delivered safely and in accordance with established standards. Kudos to all the health staff across the country for the tireless efforts 24/7.

    Belize EntreCon V
    It's Entrepreneur Month, and Beltraide has many events planned, with it all culminating with the 5th annual EntreCon, which will be on the 29th. Check out their listing of entrepreneurial events at their website. "The National Entrepreneurship Convention [#EntreCon] is the leading entrepreneurship event aimed to gather all industry stakeholders, including government, business support agencies , professionals and academia, to discuss trends and challenges facing entrepreneurs in Belize.

    Corroncha Son Concert
    Corroncha Son will be performing at the Wildfire Artzmosphere on Saturday, November 23rd. Check out their performance of Sulaita on Youtube. "Get into the groove NOV 23 live music ..."

    Ya’axché and Oceana Belize collaborated to provide a presentation on plastic pollution and clean-up activity at Big Falls primary school
    The 45 participating students learned about the effects that plastics have on our environment and the wildlife found both on land and in the Caribbean Sea. Although single-use plastics are a global problem, individual action is an important part of the solution. After the presentation, which the students were attentive to, a clean-up activity was done on the school compound. Analee Chuc (Oceana Belize), Evarista Sho (Ya’axché Education & Outreach Officer) and Julio Chub (Ya’axché Community Laiason Manager) are grateful of the opportunity to raise awareness on plastic pollution at Big Falls, a community in the Maya Golden Landscape.

    Breaking Belize NewsPJ

    Mexico and Central America agree on refugee plan
    As of mid-2019, Belize’s population stands at approximately 392,000. By the count of the United […]

    Brazil ex-President Lula walks free from jail
    BBC News reports that former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, known as Lula, […]

    Belmopan family seeks public help locating missing relative
    The family of Belmopan native Jacklyn Bennett needs your help in locating her. Bennett, better known […]

    P.U.P.’s Briceño dares “coward” Gaspar Vega to get back in politics
    They are the scions of their powerful Northern families, and there is no love lost between […]

    P.U.P. leader makes light of U.D.P. leadership “show” but says people have decided
    Despite their respective shows of support, does it matter who is the next leader of the […]

    Extended tax amnesty should benefit smaller owners, says Opposition leader
    The Ministry of Natural Resources has extended the deadline for a land tax amnesty passed […]

    Fourth Belize Strong Man & Woman competition coming to Ladyville
    The Belize Body Building and Fitness Federation (BBBFF) is inviting the public to the fourth […]

    University of Belize and Inter-American Development Bank host climate change seminar
    This week, 16 professionals in the field of engineering and land use management completed a […]

    Battle of the Drums returns to Punta Gorda this weekend
    Punta Gorda Town is the place to be next weekend for the annual Battle of the […]

    Police investigating double shooting
    The Belize Police Department has launched an investigation into a shooting incident in Belize City last night that left two people injured […]


    Jankunu Festival Of The Garifuna
    Jankunu, also known as John Canoe in English, is the HABINAHAN WANARAGUA Festival of the Garifuna of southern Belize. According to tradition, this festival is rooted in male secret societies of West Africa, Poro, and Egungun, which was where most of the African slaves were taken by the British and forcibly brought to British Honduras to fuel their exploitation of the logwood trade. The name comes from “Alusi”, a deity of the Igbo people. Until perhaps the last decade or so, this exotic ritual was almost a well-kept Belizean secret, and mostly only in southern Belize. This impressive art form is an amalgam of music, dance, mime and cultural symbolism in a formidable display of male supremacy, likely to reinforce their resistance to slavery.

    Let’s Celebrate the Garifuna Culture!
    The 19th of November is a National Holiday in Belize. It is the day that the country commemorates the arrival of the Garifuna people to its shores. The Garinagu have greatly contributed to Belizean culture. In 2001, UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) declared the Garifuna culture a “Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. However, keeping the traditions and language alive has been a rising concern. The loss of such a beautiful culture would be devastating not only to Belize but to the world. Luckily, organizations such as The National Garifuna Council and The Battle of the Drums initiative are making efforts to prevent this from being a reality.

    An Ocean Bar Offers A Life Of Fun In Caribbean Belize
    We had come to Ambergris Caye—Belize’s largest island—on our honeymoon and loved it. We spent our time diving, fishing, and exploring the cays and atolls. The waters and reefs were incredibly beautiful and we instantly fell in love with the island and its friendly people. Another big plus is that English is the first language. By 2007, we were seriously considering a move and in February that year, we found a local watering hole for sale on Ambergris Caye. The next week, we flew down to take a look at it, and the rest is history. In buying the bar, we’d gone totally out on a limb. We arrived with nothing but our determination, hopes, dreams, and of course, our bartender guide book. Our goal was to find a niche and create own our little piece of paradise.

    25 Things that create the Belize experience
    While you might find a few of these things elsewhere in the world.....most of these are part of what makes the Belize experience so memorable and unique! 1.) There’s a napkin wrapped on every beer ...and you order a beer by saying, "I'll have a beer" (beer=regular Belikin) 2.) Fry jacks - sometimes as big as a football and stuffed with tons of stuff 3.) Belikin Beer 4.) Puddle jumpers

    Death and the Journey
    Ancient people from around the world share similarities in ideology and afterlife beliefs, even though they never communicated, interacted or they simply lived in different time periods. There are many mythological realms and places we go to when we die and that varies from culture to culture. The Ancient Romans had Tartarus, a place where evil souls go to be tortured, and the Fields of Elysium, the place where wariors and normal citizens souls go. In Judaism, there is a place for the souls that are not prepared, a place similar to a purgatory or limbo, where souls go through a period of reconciliation and are shown how their lives could have been different and better. They need to be cleansed first then move on to their peaceful place with God. We have the Christian belief with a hell where Satan reigns supreme, where the souls of the damned go to suffer and be tormented in a fiery pit under the earth for all of eternity, and heaven, where God the Father is and where there is no more pain and suffering.

    Your Guide to Belize Vacation Packages
    Belize is small but it is an incredibly diverse travel destination. And whether you travel alone, in a group, with family members, or just a partner, knowing where to go, what to do, and for how long, is key to having a great time in Belize. In other words, the right Belize vacation package can make or break your trip. Typically, I recommend spending a minimum of one week in Belize and visiting at least two destinations. And which destination or destinations you choose to visit should depend a lot on the experiences that you want to have! To help guide you, here are the top Belize vacation packages highlighting the best locations in Belize.

    International Sourcesizz

    Belizean assaulted and stabbed while at Felipe Carrillo Puerto in Quintana Roo, Mexico
    A man was injured with white gun in Felipe Carrillo Puerto, he was found lying on the public road with the injury in the neck and chest a sunken knife, according to the victim of an assault. The incident was recorded near 6:00 in the morning of today, on avenue 66 between 75th street and 77, was lying with the knife embedded in his chest and an incision in the neck.

    Bolivian president Evo Morales resigns after election result dispute
    Evo Morales has announced he will resign as president of Bolivia after the military called for him to step down and the police withdrew their support following weeks of unrest over disputed election results. In a televised address, Bolivia’s president of nearly 14 years said he was stepping down for the “good of the country” but added in an attack on opponents whom he had accused of a coup attempt: “Dark forces have destroyed democracy.”


  • Red Rump Tarantula, 2min.

  • 14th Belize International Film Festival Closing Night - Awards/Concert, 90min.

  • Caye Caulker, Belize Vacation 2019, 7min. Take a tour of Caye Caulker, Belize. The best island in the world! Amazing food, drinks and people.

  • Exploring Ambergris Caye: San Pedro, Belize, 12min. Exploring Ambergris Caye: San Pedro, Belize. I explored the beautiful island of San Pedro in Ambergris Caye, Belize. We rented golf carts to get around town, stayed at PUR Boutique Cabanas, and watched the sunset, while eating a delicious meal at Rain Restaurant & Rooftop Terrace.

  • Diving and Snorkeling Belize- Silk Caye, Belize- Go Sea Dive Shop, 9.5min. My favorite part of visiting Placencia, Belize was our diving/snorkel trip to Silk Caye. We saw so many sharks, rays, and turtles oh my! There was also a very angry eel the Divemaster's warned me about in advance, I named her Karen. They think she used to be fed, which is why she goes up to divers and acts like she is going to bite them. The Dive Masters and Dive Shop Staff were wonderful, I would highly recommend GO SEA Dive Shop.

  • ASECFW Belize 2016, 7.5min.

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