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#498534 - 12/02/14 05:00 AM Today's Belize News: December 2, 2014
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Work on Phase Two of police barracks to resume in 2015
While Nuñez has indicated that the $50,000 that was given by the Ministry of National Security on Wednesday, August 13th was used for the purchase of construction material, funds are still needed for the electrification and plumbing. “As I had said, we have all the material needed to construct the building, but we will need assistance with the plumbing, electric wiring and other minor finishes such as paint and tiles. We are estimating that it would cost around $8,000 to $10,000 to fully complete the barracks and have it up to standards as the first one,” said Nuñez. Once construction resumes, Nuñez is estimating that the building will be completed in less than two months. Anyone wanting to make additional donations, either monetary or in materials, can contact Deputy Mayor Gabriel Nunez at 605-0976 or Inspector Henry Jemmott at 600-6523.

Boxes of Joy- Santa’s lil Fashionistas are ready to bring the Magic of Christmas
Christmas time is right around the corner and for several residents on Ambergris Caye that means bringing the Christmas spirit into the homes of the less fortunate. For the third consecutive year, preparations have begun for Boxes of Joy, a toy drive initiative started by 21-year old islander, Shantelle Pascasio. Boxes of Joy started in 2012, when Shantelle channeled her love of volunteering and giving back to the community into a Christmas event. Since its inception, Boxes of Joy has slowly gained the support of the community, bringing over 500 toys to the underprivileged children of San Pedro. Because this is only the third year, the initiative is still in its preliminary stages and still requires much support. Last year, a huge part of the drive was Fashion Kids, a fundraiser fashion show. All proceeds from the show also went towards purchasing presents for the children.

Subdivision moves to high ground
The subdivision was originally planned on a portion of wetland that was proposed as part of the expansion of Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Over 350 submerged lots were already subdivided and were about to be distributed, but after heavy criticism and outrage by conservationists and local residents, the project was halted. After the matter caught national attention, Cabinet asked that another portion of land be identified. Cabinet later approved the use of a portion of the BELTRAIDE land for the new subdivision. According to Heredia, all those who had originally paid for the subdivision that was halted, will be the first to receive lease land certificates for the new subdivision. Currently the first 100 acres of land is being surveyed and subdivided, and once that process is completed, the house lots will be distributed to the applicants.

Ambergris Today

ABC Pre School Christmas Presentation
With Star Show from Merida, Yucatan, join the celebration on December 13, 2014, starting at 7:30p.m. at the R. Angel Nuñez Auditorium. The show promises to have lots of surprises all night long. It’s the school’s first ever Christmas presentation with characters from Frozen, Disney in Christmas, Santa, Rudolph, Frosty the Snow Man and Much more.

San Pedro Athletes Shine in Chetumal Crossfit Competition
Eight San Pedro athletes proved to be strong soldiers over the weekend as they participated and represented San Pedro, Belize in their first Crossfit competition that took place in the neighboring city of Chetumal, Mexico. Chetumal Crossfit hosted its second annual Crossfit Challenge on November 29 and 30, 2014, this year sending out a special invitation to San Pedro Crossfit athletes to join the member’s only challenge of Chetumal. Five Crossfit members of the Sun and Sand Box (Chandel Rodriguez, Jennifer Maher, Alex Garcia, Ernie Longsworth & James Sanchez) and two members of the San Pedro Crossfit CFS Box (Gian Rivero & Freddie Gonzalez) were honored to represent their own box and country at the competition that would be their first experience in the Crossfit competition arena. The eighth athlete was Humberto ‘Chumbie’ Torres, from San Pedro who competed as a member of Chetumal Crossfit, while he attends school in that city.

SP Mayor Surprises Awardees on 30th Township Anniversary
To commemorate the 30TH Anniversary celebrations of Township for San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize, the Mayor of San Pedro presented certificates of appreciation once again to island residents who have shown significant contribution to the island’s development in various areas. To make things a bit more special, Mayor Daniel Guerrero, did not make any special invitations to an award’s ceremony this year, but instead, he opted to pay a surprise visit to all the awardees at their home or place of work. Along with a camera crew, his Councilors and Miss San Pedro, Michelle Nunez, he personally delivered the Town Council’s certificates of appreciation to each of this year’s awardees.

Misc Belizean Sourcesmzz

The Call for Elections in Belize 2015
Elections in Belize are the duly held elections held at various levels of government in the nation of Belize. Dissolving elected bodies is broken down in the following order:- The Legislature: Dissolving the National Assembly of Belize is the prerogative of the Governor General of Belize, currently Sir Colville Young. Under sections 84 and 85 of the Constitution, the Governor General can at any time dissolve or prorogue the Assembly under the advice of the Prime Minister of Belize, with the caveat that a general election must be called within three months of such dissolution, unless the Governor General sees no reason to do so.

Magical Christmas Fashion Show
Sunday, December 14, 2014 at Central Park in San Pedro at 8pm. Free to the public!

Citizens and others speak their minds in Belize
After three ships had to pass on Belize because (a) no dock and (b) crummy weather, various coalitions are ramping up their interest in a dock. A coalition of citizens and the tourism office are going to lobbying Prime Minister Barrow to take action. Currently, cruise ships tender into Belize, which is a paradise for snorkellers and divers. I was once on a ship that took two passes at Grand Turk because of storms, and the passengers booed the captain. Shame. Here’s the guy you trust with your life and you boo him? Not only did we miss the port, but he found an even better one in one hour. Did they cheer? No. It’s like sports: boo then cheer when your team scores a touchdown. Obviously, my fellow passengers didn’t spend enough time in etiquette school, learning when to cheer and when to boo.

Cops under investigation in relation to Lumber theft
On Wednesday November 26, 2014 at 3:45 p.m., Alejandro Pedro Chiac 44yrs D.O.B 11.1.70 Belizean farmer of Red Bank Village Stann Creek District visited I.S.F police station and reported that between 20.11.14 and 22.11.14, he processed (118) pieces of Emery lumber valued at $919.35 in the Ginger Creek Area behind Roseville Community Stann Creek District. He transported a portion on 22.11.14 to Roseville and secured it. On Monday 24th November 2014 he revisited the location and discovered that (27) pieces of his lumber were missing. The remaining amount was branded with MM at the end. He revisited Ginger Creek to finish extracting his lumber about 5:00pm on 24.11.14 and while at the river with some lumber along with some of his workers, he met up with a white pickup truck Dodge 4 door 4x4 L/P TOL C- 4675. He recognize P.C Ferguson from Independence Police Station, a Caucasian man known as Charlie Sellars, two other dark complexion men dressed in police uniform and a fifth, small framed man dressed in camouflage long pants.

Bath time for Buttercup.
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Belize Shuttle Service (BZ Shuttle)
You have come to the right place if your are looking for a private or shared shuttle to and from San Ignacio Town, Cayo Belize. Belize Shuttle services can provides transfers to and from destination such as Belize International Airport, Water Taxi Terminal, Hopkins or Placencia Village. Upon request we also take you to other destination in Belize. We are located downtown San Ignacio, and can do pick-up and drop-off to Hotels and Resorts from just about anywhere in Belize. If your flying into the Belize International Airport your driver will be there upon your arrival and take you to your destination safely. Traveling to or from San Pedro (Ambergris Caye) or Caye Caulker via Caye Caulker Water Taxi or San Pedro Belize Express, reserving a Shuttle is easy! Lets us know your name and time when you will be arriving or departing, and we will get you there comfortably.

Ms. Araceli Hunter PASSES AWAY
Mayor Daniel Guerrero, the San Pedro Town Council and Staff would like to extend its deepest condolences to the Hunter and Paz family on the passing of Ms. Araceli Hunter. Mrs. Hunter was the mother of Mrs. Catherine Paz, wife of councilor Guillermo "Mito" Paz. May her soul rest in peace.

Captain Morgan’s Casino located in San Pedro Ambergris Caye is looking for suitably qualified individuals to fill the post of Manager. Qualified candidates need to meet the following criteria: - Be Ready to re-locate to San Pedro (for out district candidates) - Be Mature individual preferably 30 yrs or older - Prove managerial experience and track record through work and character references - Have minimum of Associate’s degree in related field - Flexible hours to suit Casino needs - Any other related qualification may be an asset Post will be available January 2015. Salary is commensurate to qualifications and experience. Candidates may send resume and cover letter to Captain Morgan’s Retreat, Attention: Karen Riley P.O. Box 38, San Pedro, Ambergris Caye Belize

Please inbox us or send us an e-mail to administration@chaacreek.com to find out more. Additionally, you can call 834-4010 and ask for Mrs. Bryony Bradley.

Homemade cakes by Stephanie Quan Rosado
Here is a great day to start your Christmas. You can inbox her for orders and deliveries!!! Christmas time is here folks...make it complete with a delicious cake or two from Steph's Gourmet Cakes. Taking orders NOW! FREE delivery within Corozal Town limits!! (15 photos)

Channel 7

Friday's Second Murder - Was It Related To The First?
The body of 25 year old Kenroy Parham was found dead on Saturday morning in Mahogany Heights. He was discovered on the side of the road by his aunt- just across from his family residence. The father of 3 was shot had been shot three times to the back and head. Neighbors say they heard the shots just after 9 on Friday night but no one went outside to see what was happening. So far police have one suspect detained and many believe that Parham's death was retaliation for the death of Emmerson Arnold - the BWS worker who was gunned down 14 hours earlier while on his way to work. Today 7news spoke with his family to find out what they know. Lauren Williams - Cousin of Deceased "We received the news Saturday morning. We found him dead across our street from where we live in the drain lying down. We heard the gunshot, but we didn't know it was him."

Police Make Arrest For Friday Morning Murder
And to close out the panorama of death,we go back to Friday morning, when 35 year-old Emmerson Arnold, relative to reputed George Street affiliate Carlos "Zimbab" Abraham, was killed on Gibnut Street in Belize city. After 2 days of investigation, police are accusing 19 year-old Jason Sanchez of pulling off the murder. Tonight, he's at the Belize Central Prison. As we told you in our last newscast, the execution happened at around 6:45 a.m. while Arnold was heading to work at Belize Water Services. He was riding his bike when he was shot 7 times in the back by a man on bicycle wearing a hoodie.

Fri-Sat Takes 5 Lives
All told it was a deadly 20 hours - in the time between Friday morning's murder and Saturday morning at 1:00 am, 5 men between the ages of 20 and 35 lost their lives: two to murder, three to fatal accidents. On Friday we told you about the fatal accident at mile 47 on the George Price Highway which killed two men, 20-year-old Orlando Pascascio and 35-year-old Ismael Hoare. They were crushed as their Ford Thunderbird which was headed towards Belmopan collided with a cargo truck at 2:00 pm. The driver of the Madisco truck, Leto Serrano was trapped behind the driver's seat - and had to be cut out. Serrano sustained serious injuries to his lower body and is reported in a serious but stable condition at the K.H.M.H.

Cane Farmers Tell Leader To Stand Strong
Next week Monday, December 8th. is the agreed upon start date for the sugar crop. But, with only days to go, there is still uncertainty if the cane deliveries will start on that day because the cane farmers and BSI/ASR have still has not arrived at an agreement. As we showed you last week, the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister, the CEO of the Ministry of Agriculture, the Chairman of the Sugar Industries Control Board, and the 18 Branch Chairmen of the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association all met last week Friday. At a press briefing held afterwards, the Prime Minister said that the Cane Farmers Association had moved and there was quote, "a compelling basis to move forward."

Mayor Embarks On Christmas Cleaning In Office As Frustrations Mount
What's going on at City Hall? That's what we wanted to know today when we got news that the mayor Darrell Bradley had packed up his office - the kind of thing someone would do on their last day of work. We are reliably informed from multiple sources that he took down all pictures, plaques, and even the clock, stuffed them all in a box - as if prepping them to leave. Now, if this doesn't sound like anything that a mayor who's about to embark on a campaign for a second term should be doing - we thought the same - and we tried to reach him to find out what's up, but he didn't respond to our requests for a comment. One of the mayor's supporters in the council did text us to say that he's just renovating his office. Indeed, we had a news team posted outside City Hall and up to late this evening, nothing had left the office. Still, though, seems slightly odd to renovate an office with just three months to go before the election..,after all elections are never sure things…so let's just call it Christmas cleaning.

Smuggling Cubanos
Tonight, 2 Belizean residents are out on bail after being taken to court for trying to hide 2 Cuban Nationals who had entered the country illegally. According to the Immigration Department, they detained 29 year-old Jolkies Guerra and 27 year-old Jaima Aldana who were in a Toyota Corolla car. Under questioning, the Cubans confessed to the officers that they entered Belize illegally through the banks of the Mopan River out west. They then got into the vehicle arranged for them by 2 facilitators. After conducting their investigation, the Immigration Officers accused 50 year-old Belizean mechanic Lewellyn Ramclam and 49 year-old Cuban national Alberto Quintana, who has permanent resident status here.

GSU Finds M-16 Rounds
60 rounds of 5.56 caliber and two M-16 magazines were found on the city streets this weekend. On Saturday night at 9:00, the GSU got information and searched a bushy lot at the corner of Flamboyant Street and Croton Lane where they found the two magazines and the 5 dozen rounds in a black plastic bag. No one was in the area so it was labeled as found property. The ammunition is believed to belong to members of the PIV gang. Police note that the magazines and ammunition - which are used in military style assault rifles were clean and in good condition, and appeared to be ready for use.

Amputee Fined Heavily For Weed
Last week, we told you about amputee Alton White, the taxi driver who was found guilty of drug possession after he was busted by the Gang Suppression Unit with an amount of drugs normally considered to be drug trafficking. Well, tonight, he must come up with quite an amount of money to pay a hefty fine, much larger than the ordinary amount for other drug possession convictions. As we told you, the GSU visited his house in the Conch Shell Bay on September 3, 2013, and it was then that they found the drugs at his premises. The officers ended up finding 119 grams - or 4 ounces - of cannabis at the house and so they charged him with drug trafficking.

GSU Finds More Weed In Conch Shell
And while that drug seizure resulted in a conviction, the Gang Suppression Unit has been continuing to focus on the same Conch Shell Bay area. At around 5 on last week Wednesday evening, the GSU searched an abandoned plywood house there and found 2 black plastic bags, each containing cannabis. The officers then found out that the bags had a combined weight of 1.86 kilos - or 4.1 pounds. No one was in the area at the time, and so the drugs were deposited as found property. The GSU do believe that it belonged to a known drug peddler who operates in that area.

BGYEA Back To Court
On Friday we told you that about the latest standoff between the BGYEA, and the Government. BGYEA says that they were trying to abide by court-ordered mediation while the Government representatives were flouting the court's order. Both sides went back to the court this morning where Justice Abel told both sides to try mediation once again. It's supposed to be a cost-effective and efficient way of dealing with legal disputes, but BGYEA says that it is not working as intended. Their attorney explained outside of court what happened in Today's hearing before Justice Abel:

Bregal Finally Arraigned
Lionel Bregal, the man Ladyville police is accusing of participating in the burglary in which 390 thousand dollars' worth of jewelry was stolen, is out on bail tonight after being arraigned today. As we told you, police suspect his involvement in a jewelry heist at the Roe family house off the Airport Road in Ladyville. But today, Bregal was arraigned before Chief Magistrate Ann Marie Smith on the charge of handling stolen goods. As we told you, police suspected him of being involved because officers found a Rolex watch case at his Belize City house - and it was traced back to the Roe family house.

The End Of An Unusually Calm Hurricane Season
Yesterday marked the end of the 2014 Hurricane season. Now many of you might not have even noticed and that's fine…given the relatively calm season we had this year with only one slight scare: which, in itself, was just the last breath of Tropical Depression Hanna. We asked with Chief Met Officer Dennis Gonguez about this year's unremarkable hurricane season. Dennis Gonguez, Chief Met Officer "This season was just about average or a little bit below average as was predicts at the beginning of the season that it would be just an average season. We had 8 name systems and typically we would have about 12 name systems. Of those 8 name systems, 6 of them became hurricanes and again the average is about 6 hurricanes per season. Of those 6 that became hurricanes we had two major hurricanes.

Man Sent To Jail For Pulling Gun On Wife
Tonight, King Street resident, Enfield Reyes is spending his first night of an 18 month sentence after he was convicted in Magistrate's Court of pulling a gun on his wife. The incident occurred on April 13, 2014. Bernadette Reyes testified that on that day, he pulled his licensed 9mm pistol on her. She says that she was walking out the front gate when she heard the gun go off. When she looked back, she saw that her husband had the weapon pointed at her. In his defence, Reyes testified and denied that he ever did any such thing.

Coming To Terms With AIDS
An Art and Health fair was held today at the Battlefield Park to commemorate World AIDS Day. The objective is to further educate the public about the virus and to encourage people to get tested. It is a mammoth task to accomplish through one fair but health officials say it will take more than fairs and conferences: It will take a cultural shift in the way the virus viewed and treated. Margaret Bradley, VCT Coordinator, Ministry of Health "What we do, we try to integrate the services more, like we don't only test at the clinic, but we also test at each health center if possible and then we also go into work place, like Grace Kennedy, Scotia Bank and other places would encourage us to go in and we go in and we test, so most and all staff would get tested. The symptoms for HIV/AIDS is almost like any other illness; it's like a cold, sometime you have oral thrust in your mouth and then it doesn't only stays on your tongue, but all inside and it goes to the back and that causes us not to eat properly, so you find that our nutritional needs is not met. Again, you have, as a protocol, people who are diagnose with tuberculosis should be tested for HIV and likewise HIV should be tested for tuberculosis."

High Schoolers Seek "Visionary" Title
On Wednesday, the insurance company SAGICOR will launch what it calls "The Visionaries Challenge." It's the national component of a regional campaign to increase innovation in the region. And the students at Canaan SDS High School think they have the right stuff. Monica Bodden found out about their very cool invention today:.. Monica Bodden reporting What you're looking at is an electromagnetic generator ventilation system- created by eight students of Canaan High School. Edwardo Garcia 4th Form Science "Okay basically what you see here is an electromagnetic generator ventilation system. How this works is simply by a bike frame that's there, an alternator, a vehicle battery, an inverter and a fan - that's the ventilation system right there. What's working the fan is the battery itself. The battery is going the currant for the fan to be able to spin, but once the battery runs out of currant, we have the alternator attached to the bike and when you spin the bike, the alternator rotates and creates electricity which charge up the battery and then the battery goes to the inverter and then the inverter inverts electricity to a 110 volts, then the fan pretty much just uses the electricity. You can pretty much plug anything you want into the inverter because it has a normal outlet."

Remembering Andy P
The legendary Andy Palacio died of a stroke in 2008. But if he were alive, he would have turned 54 tomorrow, December second. A trio of commemorative masses will be held tomorrow in remembrance of the great musician. Tomorrow, morning Masses will be held in Belmopan at Our Lady Of Guadalupe R.C Church at 6:30, while in his birthplace of Barranco, mass will be held at St. Joseph R.C at 9:00 in the morning. And then at 6:30 in the evening tomorrow in Belize City at St. Martin's De Porres Church.

Channel 5

Kenroy Parham Gunned Down in Mahogany Heights
There was an execution style murder sometime on Friday night on the heels of the murder of Emerson Arnold that occurred earlier that morning. But it is not known if [...]

Mahogany Heights Resident Arraigned for Murder
But back to Friday morning’s murder of thirty-five year old Emerson Arnold, the cousin of Carlos “Zimbab” Abraham, a George Street boss. Moments after Arnold’s life was taken, police detained [...]

Still no Resolution in Sugar Industry Crisis
Up north… Approximately one thousand cane-farmers from Orange Walk and Corozal attended the Annual General Meeting of the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association, held on Sunday in San Roman, Corozal. [...]

Is G.O.B. Dividing Farmers to Force a Resolution?
While BGYEA has been ordered to go back to the negotiating table, BSCFA in the north is also awaiting word to start negotiations. But up to news time, there’s been [...]

Harmonyville Parties Ordered Back into Mediation
Supporters and members of BGYEA assembled this morning at the Supreme Court for the umpteenth time for the case of Harmonyville against the Government of Belize. Harmonyville representatives have been [...]

Trial Date Set in Castro Visa Case
Minister of State Edmond ‘Clear the Land’ Castro walked away from charges of improper conduct as area representative for Belize Rural North over a year ago.  Those claims were brought [...]

Cubans Charged for Illegal Entry
Tonight two Cubans are in Immigration Department custody pending payment of fines for immigration offenses. Thereafter, they are expected to be expelled but it is not certain where they will [...]

GSU Takes Guns and Drugs off City Streets
Two firearms and live rounds were found in gang territory over the weekend by the Gang Suppression Unit. The GSU moved in on Flamboyant Street, Belize City, where in a [...]

Education Conference Underway in Belize City
The Caribbean Union of Teachers, hosted by the B.N.T.U., is presently meeting in Belize City.  It is the first time a congress of this nature, where as many as eighteen [...]

Session Fosters Enhanced Education Quality
The objective of the seminar, says Fitz, is to foster an understanding of specific academic needs through the various unions representing teachers.   Thecla Fitz, Laureate Education Inc. “The primary [...]

Costa Rica Celebrates 66 years With No Military
Here’s a significant fact many people might not know. Costa Rica is one of only twenty-two countries in the world that doesn’t have a military. The decision to abolish the [...]

Have You Been Tested? World AIDS Day is celebrated
December first is celebrated annually as World AIDS Day; the global event focuses on breaking the stigma and locally this year, the Ministry of Health held activities to sensitize Belizeans [...]

Belize vs. Mexico in Mixed Martial Arts
There was a major uproar in Belize City on Saturday night. Soldiers of the Belize Defense Force were out in numbers as foreigners and locals got involved in some serious [...]

Football and Basketball stats with James Adderley
Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   It proved to be a most entertaining ballgame as Verdes FC hosted Placencia Texmar Assassins yesterday inside the Norman [...]

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Hurricane Season Comes To An End With Little Activity
The quiet, mellow 2014 Atlantic hurricane season ended on Sunday November 30th, marking another year without major hurricanes threatening Belize. The activity for the season was a little below average according to Chief Meteorologist Dennis Gonguez, but what caused the relatively quiet season? We asked the experts to weigh in on this…. Dennis Gonsuez – Chief Meteorologist “Eight named systems and six of those became hurricanes and out of those six we had two that became major hurricanes at category two, three, four or five. In a typical year we would have about twelve named systems with six hurricanes and two to three major hurricanes so in terms of the hurricanes and major hurricanes we just about average for the number of systems for this year.” Maria Novelo – Reporter “What are some of the contributing factors that resulted in a relatively quiet Atlantic Basins?” Dennis Gonguez – Chief Meteorologist “Well, the conditions will remain just about average over the Caribbean and other conditions will remain neutral and we weren’t scared and threatened by any except by Tropical depression nine which develops around the Yucatan Peninsula and then it became Tropical storm Hannah offshore Honduras and eventually over the mountains of Honduras that was the closest.”

Is There Division In The BSCFA?
During the BSCFA’s Annual General Meeting, the farmers expressed their determination to remain true to their fight. Amid all the discussions so far, there is a noticeable separation occurring within the BSCFA. We say this because Chair of the Committee of Management, Ezekiel Cansino and branch directors has held coupe meetings with government officials without inviting the negotiating team. We asked Cansino if he could confirm whether or not there is any friction within the BSCFA. This is what he responded. “I don’t know but as you said as committee of management I with the eighteen directors we had a meeting with them and they said that well the cane farmers have voiced that they need to start the crop and they need the intervention of the government so on that issue we accept the invitation of the DPM to be there with him with the eighteen directors and just like I said I didn’t went to negotiate nothing with the DPM I simply went and affirm him that the cane farmers are willing to start the crop and we need a date to start the crop.”

Cane Farmers Meet For Annual AGM, No Solution For Industry
The impasse in the sugar industry continues and there are only seven days to the suggested date for crop to start. Last week, following the meetings with the representatives of the Sugar Industry Control Board, and the Prime Minister on Friday there seemed to be a possibility for a way forward but up until yesterday’s Annual General Meeting of the BSCFA, there seems to be uncertainty. While the event’s agenda included financial reports, discussions surrounding Fairtrade premiums and accountability, farmers were pressed on dealing with the issue of the negotiations with BSI ASR. On Friday the Prime Minister stated that the BSCFA has modified its position somewhat in an effort to have matters resolved but neither he nor the BSCFA members would elaborate on what these modifications are. However, while they speak of certain flexibilities, farmers reiterated their stance at yesterday’s AGM. Dalila Ical reports.

Breaking The Barrier Of Discrimination And Stigmatization Murial
And while most municipalities held its annual HIV health fair other activities were also geared towards the fight against the stigma and discrimination of the disease. For a handful of artistic students of the Orange Walk Technical High School partnering with the Orange Walk National Aids Commission to paint a mural was one of the activities they were engaged in. German Novelo who is a member of the Orange Walk National AIDS Commission elaborated on the murals’ depiction. German Novelo – Member, NATIONAL AIDS COMMISSION, OW “Orange Walk is partnered with the Orange Walk Technical High School to make a mural here in school and they really observe World Aids Day and they do different activities leading up to this day so this is also part of the activity and so this is what we are doing her today.”

World Aids Day Observed In Orange Walk
Today men and women joined forces to keep the fight against HIV/AIDS going as they observed World Aids Day. Here in Orange Walk, the HIV Committee organized an event to educate the public and also offer free testing services. Dalila Ical reports. Dalila Ical – Reporting Getting to Zero, Zero new infections, Zero Discrimination and Zero AIDs related Death. This is the theme for this year’s World Aids day and the united effort across the globe is the same. Roger Duran – Member of HIV Committee “We are sensitizing people in the different aspects related to HIV which mostly focuses in getting tested to know their status if you are negative or positive and at the same time we are urging our community, brothers and sister to come and get tested trying to break down the incidence of HIV and AID to Zero and for this year theme is getting to zero.”

Disability Week Observed In Belize
This week is being observed in Belize as Disability Week and several activities and events are being centered on breaking barriers and supporting full inclusion in classrooms. And while, education is a basic necessity for all people, it is recognized as a primary means for gaining independence, citizenship rights, appropriate employment, economic power and self-empowerment. The United Nation’s (UN) position is that all people, regardless of origin, gender, age, disability and creed, have the right to a meaningful education. The UN and the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) advocate education as a human right for all people. And like all children, Deaf children must have access to equal and quality education. In light of Disability Week, every day we will feature an individual or groups of individuals who despite being classified as “Disabled” are very much “able” to be included as forming part of human diversity. Reporter Maria Novelo and Videographer Jesus Melgar bring you part 1 of this week long initiative to showcase the talents and abilities of our special needs children.


FINA; Belize is Officially A Member
Belize is now officially a member of the International Swimming Federation (FINA). The embracing of Belize as a part of the federation along with two other countries came during a Bureau Meeting held in Doha, Qatar located in the Persian Gulf. FINA, recognized by the International Olympic Committee, is only one of several federations that oversee a particular sport or discipline for the International Olympic Committee and is based in Lausanne, Switzerland. With very few competitive swimming events held in Belize, one international publication did write, “While Belize is fairly underdeveloped in its competitive swimming; there is a very strong triathlon culture in the nation, which has given rise to many open water races in the nation. This summer, they hosted three open water races organized by one Denise Diaz. 15-year old Kian Ancona has been the dominant face in those races. The swims caught significant national attention and could be a leaping-off point for the nation’s swim program.”

Fifty Year Old Amputee Found Guilty of Possession of Cannabis
Fifty-year-old amputee, Alton White, a taxi driver and food vendor who was found guilty of possession of cannabis instead of drug trafficking last Friday, was fined $1,500 today by Magistrate Herbert Panton. White was given until June 30, 2015 to pay. If he defaults on payment he will serve 3 years, the same sentence if he had defaulted on a payment of $10,000, which is the fine for drug trafficking. On September 3, 2013, the police, members of the GSU, executed a search at White’s residence in the Conch shell bay area and found 119 grams of cannabis. White had maintained that he was guilty of possession and not drug trafficking from the onset. He said that he uses the cannabis to alleviate the pain he suffers in his amputated right leg on which he walks with the aid of a prosthetic leg. At the trial last Friday, he managed to convince Magistrate Panton that he did not have the cannabis to sell and as a result he was found not guilty of drug trafficking. White’s common-law wife was charged jointly with him, but the charge was withdrawn from her.

Business Man Found Guilty of Aggravated Assault
Enfield Reyes, a businessman of 58 King Street, was sentenced to 18 months today by the Chief magistrate, Anne Marie Smith after she found him guilty of aggravated assault with a firearm against his wife, Bernadette Reyes. The incident occurred on April 13, 2014. Mrs. Reyes testified that her husband pulled his licensed 9 millimeter pistol on her when she attempted to leave him. She said she was already through the front gate when he fired a shot into the drain. She said she heard a loud bang and when she turned around she saw him on the veranda with the gun pointed at her. Reyes testified and denied that he pointed the gun at his wife. He said he heard a commotion at the back of the house and he went and got his gun. He said that when he went to the front of the house he saw a person dart through the front gate and he fired a shot into the drain. Chief Magistrate Smith told him she did not believe his story and the prosecution has proved its case. She told him that his story was a fairy tale and she found him guilty.

Four Men Charged With Immigration Offenses
Four persons were charged with immigration offenses when they appeared today before Senior Magistrate Sharon Fraser. They are 50 year old Belizean auto mechanic, Lewellyn Ramclam, 49 year old Cuban national, Alberto Quintana, who has permanent resident status in Belize, 29 year old Cuban national, Jolkies Guerra and 27 year old Cuban national, Jaema Aldana. Ramclam and Quintana were each charged with 2 counts of aiding a person to remain in Belize. The allegation was that on December 1, they aided Guerra and Aldana to remain in Belize by procuring a silver Toyota Corolla car for them to travel in. They plead not guilty to the charges. They were each offered a bail of $1,000 and their case was adjourned until January 27, 2015. Guerra and Aldana were charged with illegal entry. According to the allegation, on November 28 they enter Belize illegally via the banks of the Mopan River. They both plead guilty to the charges. They were each fined $1,000 and they were ordered to pay the fines forthwith. They were told by Senior magistrate Fraser that if they default on payment they will serve 6 months and that they will be sent back to Cuba either after they have paid the fine or served the time.

Sanchez Charged With Murder
Jason Sanchez was charged with the murder of 35 year old Emmerson Arnold aka “Emmo”, when he appeared today before the Chief Magistrate, Anne Marie Smith. Sanchez was remanded into custody until February 27. Arnold , an employee of BWS who resided on lake view Street, was gunned down shortly before 7 a.m. on Friday, November 28, while he was on Gibnut street. Arnold received multiple gunshots to his body. He was transported to KHMH where he was pronounced dead on arrival.

Christmas Season; Marketing Director speaks on 12 Days of Christmas
One of the highlights in December for the Christmas Season is Love FM’s annual twelve Days of Christmas. Love News spoke to the Marketing Director, Carmen Barrow, for some details: CARMEN BARROW “Our twelve days of Christmas Celebrations really starts off on Saturday December 13th with the one and only Love Fm Christmas parade and it promises to be as big as enjoyable and fun as it has always been. We will do the toy tree like we do every year where we select a particular primary school from Belize city and the Children of one of those classrooms at that particular school are going to be the ones who will be the recipients of the gifts on our toy tree this year. We have a band and we have different performers from the music community in Belize. Our 12 Days is going to feature the music of Denise Requena who is the person who won our Raise Your Flag and win with love song competition that we launched this year for the first time.

December 1st Marks Belize’s Late Musical Icon Birthday
Tomorrow marks the birthday of one of Belize’s musical icon, the late Andy Palacio who died on January 19, 2008. To mark his birthday; a committee led by Cynthia Cayetano will be holding an event to help keep his memory alive. CYNTHIA CAYETANO “Tomorrow he would have been 54 if he were alive, so in celebration of his birthday, we are having a memorial mass, a slight tribute at St. Martins Depores church tomorrow at 6:30PM here in Belize City. Also there is the service at 6:30AM tomorrow in Belmopan and in Baranco it’s a 9AM. Dangriga at Gulisi school they are having theirs on Friday the 5th at 2PM. Here in Belize City we are having the church service, we will have performances by the Garifuna Collective which we are looking forward and it will be a nice memorial service for him. We are inviting people to come out and share with us a short reception following thereafter. Andy Palacio represented a lot for Belize.

November 30; Close of 2014 Hurricane Season
Sunday, November 30 saw the close of the hurricane season for the Atlantic Basin and the close of what could be considered an uneventful season for Belize. The season was for six months, beginning on June 1 annually. We took a trip to the Belize Weather Bureau today to find out from the Chief Meteorologist, Dennis Gonguez, how he would describe this year’s season for Belize and overall. DENNIS GONGUEZ “This season was just about average or a little bit below average as was predicted at the beginning of the season that it would be just about an average season. We had eight named system and typically we would have about eight names systems. Of those eight names systems six of them became hurricanes and again the average is about six hurricanes per season and of those six that became hurricanes we had two major hurricanes. Again the average is just about two major hurricanes a year. Major hurricanes are category 3,4 and 5. So in terms of hurricanes and intense hurricanes we had just about average and a little bit below average in the number of named systems. We had eight as compared to what we typically would get which would be 12.

School in Ladyville Flood From Incessant Rain
One our way back from Lord’s Bank Village, we stopped at Our Lady of the Way Roman Catholic Primary School in Ladyville. Classes had been cancelled because almost the entire compound had been flooded by the hours of down pour last night and this morning. It’s something that has been happening often and teacher Kimberly Pineda, hopes that a permanent solution be found as soon as possible. KIMBERLY PINEDA “When it rains a lot this is what happens. It was a bit higher this morning if you had been here earlier you would have seen the water a bit higher but now it’s going off a bit and if it rains again tonight the problem will remain.” HIPOLITO NOVELO “How many days will it take for it to go down completely?” KIMBERLY PINEDA “It depend on the downfall of the rain but for now probably it will be the same. If it rains again tonight the same thing.”

World Aids Day; MOH And NAC Conducts Full Day Testing And Awareness
December 1st is observed as World AIDS Days yearly and in observance of that, the Ministry of Health partnered with the National AIDS committee and is conducting a full day testing and awareness. The event includes free HIV/AIDS tests and preventative measures on how to prevent acquiring the disease as well as what other diseases are linked to it. A disease that is closely linked to AIDS, according to Margaret Bradley, Nurse and the Ministry of Health Coordinator in the Voluntary Counseling and Testing Unit, is Tuberculosis. MARGARET BRADLEY “The 1st of December is world AIDS day and this is the time that we take out to try to educate and do HIV testing because you know it is very important for one to know their status and if you know your status and you are positive there is always treatment and follow up care for you. This year we are focusing on the males because last year’s statistics showed that males were more reactive than females in the count.

Couple Home And Land Inundated in Water
53-year-old Joseph Baldares and his 54-year-old wife, Irma, live at number 24 Aposote Street in Lord’s Bank Village. When they got up this morning, they found their house and yard inundated with more than 5 inches of water. JOSEPH BALDARES “Its really bad, in there is like six or seven inches.” HIPOLITO NOVELO “Do you know what caused this ? Is it the first time.” JOSEPH BALDARES “This is the third time for this year and it is definitely the drainage problem. The drain has bushes that is almost taller than I am.” The rains the pour down last night and this morning is now causing the couple to walk in water for the entire day. Baldares and his diabetic wife have been going through this for the past three years.

GSU At Work; Ammunitions And Marijuana Found
More than sixty live rounds of ammunition were taken off the streets over the weekend. Yesterday the Gang Suppression Unit conducted an operation on Flamboyant Street in Belize City, where they search an abandoned lot. There they found two metal magazines for M-16 rifles each containing 30 rounds of 5.56 ammunition. The magazines were concealed in a black plastic bag and wrapped with a red shirt. No one was around at the time of the find, so police has labeled the magazines and ammunitions as Found Property. It is believed that the ammunition belongs to members of the PIV gang. The GSU also conducted a search in an abandoned plywood house in the Conch Shell Bay area of Belize City last week Wednesday. There they found two black plastic bags containing a little over four pounds of marijuana. Since no one was in the area at the time of the search, the drug was label as found property. The authorities believe that the drug belonged to a known neighborhood drug peddler.

Man Found Dead With Several Gunshot Wounds
Police are investigating a murder that occurred in Mahogany Heights in the Belize District. The body of 25-year-old Kenroy Parham was found with gunshot wounds to the back and head. Police have detained one person and are looking for another as their investigations continue.

Belize City Man Lost His Life in RTA
An early Saturday morning accident on the George Price Highway claimed the life of a Belize City man. According to Police, 35-year-old Joseph Eiley of Dunn Street was driving a blue Isuzu Rodeo from Hattieville to Belize City when upon reaching between miles nine and ten he apparently lost control of the vehicle. Eiley was transported to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital where he died a short time later.


Murder in Mahogany Heights
Mahogany Heights, a village located between Belize City and Belmopan, is a quiet community. However, the relative tranquility has been disturbed by the shooting death of 25 year old Kenroy Parham. Reports are that sometime between the evening of Friday November 28th and Saturday Morning, resident’s ...

Logging in Mahogany Heights causes concern
We’ve told you about the crime situation and the water issue that has recently affected the community of Mahogany Heights which sits at mile 31 on the George Price Highway. Now we will tell you about another issue with the Pine Trees that have become a landmark feature of the community. Authorized l...

Jason Sanchez charged with Emerson Arnold murder
On Friday we told you of the murder of 35 year old Emmerson Arnold also known as Emmo. The father of four and worker at Belize Water Services Limited was on his way to work when his assailant accosted him on Gibnut Street, Belize City, and shot him as many as seven times in the back. On Monday poli...

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Belizeans tried to assist Cubans to stay illegally
A group of four are accused of evading immigration laws. Two of them, 29 year old Cuban national Jolkies Guerra and 27 year old Cuban national Jaema Aldana, are accused of illegally entering Belize by crossing the Mopan River from Guatemala on November 28. Each were fined $1,000 […]

Fine for amputee guilty of marijuana possession
Last Friday Alton White, 50, a taxi driver and food vendor, was successfully able to reduce a charge of drug trafficking against himself and common-law wife Idolly Fraser to drug possession. He says that the 119 grams of cannabis found by members of the Gang Suppression Unit (GSU) […]

BGYEA and GOB ordered to continue mediation
On Friday, members of the Belize Grassroots Youth Empowerment Association (BGYEA) were upset with the Government of Belize for not reporting to scheduled court-ordered mediation over their dispute about the road reserve next to the Harmonyville Agricultural Subdivision at Mile 41 on the George Price Highway. During a pre-trial […]

Men targeted to reduce HIV in Belize to zero
The human immuno-deficiency virus (HIV) has claimed hundreds of lives in Belize and is set to snuff out even more if current trends continue. On this World AIDS Day, while all Belizeans were encouraged to know their status, the Ministry of Health, National AIDS Commission and other health […]

Julius Espat’s challenge to Petrocaribe spending pushed to mid-2015
The lawsuit by deputy leader of the People’s United Party (PUP) Julius Espat against Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Dean Barrow received a brief first hearing this morning before Justice Courtney Abel in the Supreme Court. Espat, the member for Cayo South, is challenging the Prime Minister’s […]

Students paint anti-stigma and discrimination mural in Orange Walk
The inclement weather may have affected the full participation of the general public in World AIDS Day activities in Orange Walk town; but it did not dampen the artistic efforts of a group of students from the Orange Walk Technical High School. As part of their contribution […]

Disabled … but able students excel in Orange Walk
These 5 deaf/mute children are real life testimonies that being disabled does not mean you are not able. The St. Peter Anglican Primary School in Orange Walk town is one of the few institutions across Belize which accommodates special needs children. Among the 32 special needs students that are enrolled at the schools special education unit, 5 of the deaf students have now been incorporated into the regular classrooms. While these 5 children use a translator in class, they are grasping the material covered very well and are teachers say they are excelling in their classes.

World AIDS Day observed in Punta Gorda town
Belize today joins the rest of the International Community in observing World AIDS Day. Here in the Toledo district, the local branch of the National AIDS Committee is partnering with the Punta Gorda community hospital to provide free HIV testing. The event is being held at the Central Park in Punta Gorda town. Chair of the Toledo chapter of the National AIDS Committee Joan Palma says that today’s observance and public event at the PG Central Park are designed to raise public awareness of the importance of educating ourselves and debunking myths and taboos in combating this global epidemic.

Rainy weather for the first half of the week
These 5 deaf/mute children are real life testimonies that being disabled does not mean you are not able. The St. Peter Anglican Primary School in Orange Walk town is one of the few institutions across Belize which accommodates special needs children. Among the 32 special needs students that are enrolled at the schools special education unit, 5 of the deaf students have now been incorporated into the regular classrooms. While these 5 children use a translator in class, they are grasping the material covered very well and are teachers say they are excelling in their classes.


Perhaps Belize’s Biggest Concert Yet – SEAN PAUL HAS BELIZE CITY GOING CRAZY
My last week (month? life?!) has been leading up to this…SEAN PAUL, the HUGE dancehall, reggae, pop star, was coming to Belize. For one show. Probably the biggest name to EVER perform in Belize in concert. To say that I was giddy, still am giddy, is an understatement. Sean Paul – a Jamaican performer with huge number of hits – his first international one was “Gimme The Light” in 2002, who has worked with artists like Beyonce, Rihanna, Enrique Iglesias, who brought Dancehall music international… it’s all just too much. IN BELIZE CITY. Note: He did perform here in 1998…but that was WAY before he was SEAN PAUL. He was working a slightly different look back then. And so Saturday afternoon, I took the water taxi over early to check out the set-up at Belize City’s BTL Park and to pick up my ALL ACCESS PASS!!!!!!

Trainee Engineer
A vacancy exists at Belize Electricity Limited for the post of Trainee Engineer in the System Planning & Engineering Department.

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Commentary: Venezuela in financial difficulty, will PetroCaribe survive?
The government of Venezuela is undoubtedly disappointed with the outcome of the 166th meeting of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) held in Vienna, Austria, on 27 November 2014. Despite intense lobbying by Venezuela, the OPEC decided not to cut oil production even in the face of declining oil prices globally. The official communiqué of the meeting declared that “the Conference decided to maintain the production level of 30.0 mb/d, as was agreed in December 2011”. This was bad news for Venezuela, which needs to sell oil at US$120 per barrel to meet repayments of its loan commitments; finance its domestic social welfare programme; provide the requisite goods and services for its people, including security; and to fund its PetroCaribe arrangements with neighbouring countries in Central America and the Caribbean.

Soursop Fruit 1000 Stronger At Killing Cancer Than Chemotherapy
The Soursop is a flowering, evergreen tree native to tropical regions of the world. It also contains a long, prickly green fruit which happens to kill cancer up to 10,000 times more effectively than strong chemotherapy drugs, all without the horrible side effects. Graviola contains cytotoxic compounds that destroy cancer cells with ‘lethal precision’ while leaving healthy cells unharmed.The source of this information is just as stunning: It comes from one of America’s largest drug manufacturers, the fruit of over 20 laboratory tests conducted since the 1970’s. What those tests revealed was nothing short of mind numbing…Extracts from the tree were shown to: * Effectively target and kill malignant cells in 12 types of cancer, including colon, breast, prostate, lung and pancreatic cancer.


Video: Belize Mix Martial Art Adran Ramirez Corozal, 13min.
November 29th 2014 Adran Ramirez for belt

Video: Scuba Diving - Belize, 4min.
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Video: Andrew Zimmern's Bizarre World: Belize, 60min.

Video: Crew Only Lifeboat Drill * Carnival Valor * Anchored at Belize, 7min.
We’ve come across this video which is a perfect example of what a “Crew Only” boat drill is all about. If you’ve ever been in port and wondered why all those people have their life jackets on and the life boats are being lowered into the water then you now know! The featured video shows a crew boat drill on the Carnival Valor while it’s making a port of call at Belize in Central America. Cruise ships don’t dock at Belize and only anchor miles away from the coast. This make a perfect opportunity to lower all the ships lifeboats and test the crews readiness in case of an emergency. A life raft is also activated ready for deployment but in most cases it doesn’t get lowered on to the water. All the crew are in full emergency gear including life jackets. You can hear the cruise director on the ships PA system calling a group of life rafts at a time to their embarkation station which is where they would board the life rafts. Boat drills are essential for safety and on Carnival ships a drill is held in a port of call at least once a month. Extra drills are also done for technical personal which includes lowering the life rafts and life boats.

Video: Belize: 10 Top Tourist Attractions - Video Travel Guide, 3min.
Picture a country with tropical beaches, coral reefs, cave formations, exotic wildlife and a laid back Caribbean atmosphere. Along its coast lies the second largest barrier reef in the world while ancient temple ruins are scattered around its jungles. If you think such country doesn’t exist you’d be wrong. This is Belize, one of the top destinations in Central America.

Video: On top of Xunantunich, 1/2min.
Xunantunich ruins in Belize. Filmed with GoPro 3+ Black

Video: World's Best Diving & Resorts: Victoria House, 3min.
With an abundance of marine life and remarkable coral formations to explore, Belize is an ideal destination for both exceptional relaxation and dive exploration. The island of Ambergris Caye, the largest in Belize, is home to one of the islands most luxurious and awarded resorts, Victoria House. The rich and vibrant aquatic life in Belize makes it an ideal destination for divers globally. Swaying palms and white sand beaches adorn the coast, while directly one mile off of the resorts private pier and out into the Caribbean, the world’s second largest barrier reef is waiting to be revealed.

Video: Belize Diving with Chuck and Robbies Diving, 5min.

Video: Drive through downtown Belize City on Columbus Day, 2014, 5min.
Recently, I released my book "When British Honduras Became Belize" through a Belize Country book tour. I'm compiling my photos and videos to make a small documentary, but in the mean time he's a little something

Video: That time I got stuck on a zip line in Belize and didn't want to let go, 1min.

Video: Rojas Vs Ramírez (Belize City), 24min.
All my respect for Ramirez who proved to be a very strong man and given to the fight. However, the referee did not know much about fighting cage as a fight can never be stopped when there is action in the fight. That only made ​​in fights about Ring to prevent competitors from falling over the edge. There are still many things to improve in terms of the rules of MMA in Belize . No choice but to continue working on it. Honestly Juan " MEXICAN " Rojas.


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