Cabinet Reshuffles for Second Time This Year; Godwin Grabs Agriculture, P.M. takes Police
The resignation from Cabinet of Minister of Agriculture, Gaspar Vega, has sent things in a tailspin in Belmopan. This afternoon, the Office the Prime Minister announced who succeeds Vega along [...]
Ministry of Education Says: No Services, No Salary!
Late Tuesday evening, a memo from the Ministry of Education, titled “Withholding of Contributions towards Salaries for Teachers on Strike,” was released. According to the document, signed by Chief Education [...]
Teachers’ Union Looks at Legalities of Ministry’s Move
The memo from the Ministry of Education has obviously not been well received by the B.N.T.U. This afternoon, the B.N.T.U. executive met on the matter which could lead to further [...]
B.N.T.U. Accuses Ministry of Trying to Bully and Intimidate
According to the B.N.T.U., the salary deductions for the days on strike, is another form of attack against teachers. Palacio says that it is the school management that determines the [...]
Will B.N.T.U. Resume Strike Action? Prime Minister Called on to Intervene
The memo requests information on the number of striking teachers to be delivered within hours earlier today. The B.N.T.U. believes that this latest missive is not an act of good [...]
P.U.P. Leader Says Teachers Must Be Paid
This afternoon the People’s United Party was quick to respond to the plight of the teachers. In a press conference today, Leader of the Opposition John Briceño demanded that the [...]
It’s Back to School After Eleven Days Off for Students
While the Ministry of Education and Belize National Teachers’ Union have not made up yet, the teachers were back in school in full force today. A check of schools across [...]
Aldo Salazar Chairs Senate Committee, Says Voting Will Not Be Focus
The Senate Select Committee on immigration proceeded with its sitting this morning in Belmopan. Government Senator Aldo Salazar was appointed chairman of the Senate Select Committee to investigate the immigration [...]
Unions and Possibly Business Senator Change Their Minds on Inquiry
Senator Aldo Salazar’s appointment as chair comes after both Senator Elena Smith and Senator Ashley Rocke declined the chairmanship. Senator Rocke had previously stated that he and his family were [...]
Inquiry Chair Promises Fairness and Natural Justice for Participants
Senator Aldo Salazar has the task of shepherding the inquiry through to its conclusion. He was appointed by the Government and today he was questioned about whether he could remain [...]
P.U.P. About-Face: Opposition Will Name Last Member of Senate Committee
When the immigration inquiry resumes, the P.U.P. will be back as part of the select senate committee. The Opposition withdrew over the composition and terms of reference of the committee. [...]
United Democratic Party Remembers Michael Young, S.C.
The untimely death of prominent attorney, Michael Young, continues to rattle the community. A man, highly respected and well liked, took his life on Tuesday after having lunch at his [...]
How Does Leave of Absence Affects Embattled John Saldivar?
Minister of Defence John Saldivar has been placed on leave of absence for one week as of Tuesday. A press release issued on the same day stated that legal advice is [...]
John Briceño Wants Government to “Can” the Belmopan Rep
But the Leader of the Opposition John Briceño says that John Saldivar should be canned! Briceño says that with the documents presented and based on the P.M.’s statement months ago, [...]
Will P.U.P. Force Recall of Gaspar Vega in Orange Walk North?
What does the resignation of former DPM Gaspar Vega mean for politics in the north? It is considered a blow for the U.D.P., but others see it as a gain [...]
Environmental Organizations Continue to Sound Alarm on Seismic Testing
Seismic testing in offshore Belize starts on Thursday. On Tuesday night you heard Chief Environmental Officer Martin Alegria say that the testing is a part of a regional initiative. The [...]
Court Action a Possibility to Stop Testing
But with all the back and forth between D.O.E. and the marine conservation community, seismic testing is a done deal. It is scheduled to start on Thursday. But, not so [...]
Police Charge Cayo Men for Beating Up a Cop
Sanjay Casey and Belhem Guzman, both of Camalote village, Cayo District, were today read charges of attempted murder, dangerous harm, use of deadly means of harm, and aggravated assault. Casey was [...]
Belmopan Councilor Released, But Faces Forgery Investigation
Gene Lopez, elected to the Belmopan City Council last year, is under suspicion of forgery of a land document using official property of the Council – the stamp and signature [...]
Accused Cops in Hilberto Sotz Death to be Tried for Manslaughter
Two police officers, who were initially charged with the murder of Hilberto Sotz while he was in a holding cell in San Pedro, will stand trial for manslaughter in the [...]
Dean Barrow Reshuffles Cabinet
The sudden resignation of Gaspar Vega from Prime Minister Dean Barrow’s Cabinet has left more than a political vacuum for his administration. His resignation as Minister of Agriculture left a space for someone to take up that portfolio. While we expected a simple release indicating who that would be, today we learnt that Prime Minister Dean Barrow opted for a major Cabinet shake-up. A release from the Prime Minister’s office indicates that the Ministry of Agriculture will be taken up, by no other than Hon. Godwin Hulse. We wouldn’t be surprised if you had already guessed that, because Hulse, apparently, is the PM’s go to man. He was introduced in Cabinet to take over the Ministry of Immigration, following the Penner Scandal. Then he picked up the Ministry of Natural Resources after Vega was booted from there. Later on he became the Minister of Police following the Danny Mason debacle. It appears Hulse is this Government’s Clean Up Minister. But how much can he clean up if he only spends months in a Ministry?
MOE To Deduct Salaries From Teachers
Less than one day after the BNTU put their strike action on pause after 11 days of being out of the classrooms, there is concern about possibility of teacher’s pay being docked for the days absent from school.
The B.N.T.U. has pledged to stand up for its teachers on this point, but the decision lies in the hands of school managements. During the BNTU press conference yesterday national President Luke Palacio made an urgent appeal to school managers to consider the facts of why they walked off the job and reiterated that the teachers will make up the time lost.
Teachers To Fight Salary Deduction
So will the teachers loose a percentage of their pay check for the month of October for being in support of the industrial action taken by BNTU? And what is BNTU’s take on the Ministry’s treat?
Today we spoke to President of BNTU Orange Walk, Otilio Munoz, who reiterated that the ruling passed down by Chief Justice Conte back in 2005, when teachers staged strike action for 10 days, which indicated that the government could not instruct managements to deduct for strike action, still applies today. According to Munoz the BNTU is at the time, arduously working with the different school Managers to ensure that teacher’s salary does not see a deduction.
PUP Condemns MOE Actions Against Teachers
Since news broke out that teachers who participated in the 11 days strike run the risk of not receiving their full salary at the end of the month, the public outcry has been tremendous, after all teachers were fighting for Belize. Joining the group of Belizeans who are against teacher’s salary deduction is the People’s United Party who condemned Government’s decision today.
According to Leader of the Opposition, Honorable John Briceno, the stance of the BNTU was a just and principled one, and teachers across this country stood for what every Belizean should demand – good governance and no corruption. With no malice in the actions by the teachers, they should get their full salary says Briceno.
Police Issues Official Report On Death Of Prominent Attorney
Last night we reported on the death of high-ranking attorney and legal advisor for the United Democratic Party, Michael Clarence Edward Young and how he reportedly ended his own life sometime around 12:45 yesterday afternoon. Shortly after the shocking incident transpired, police were called out to the residence located in the Bella Vista area in Belize City where the lifeless body of Young was found with an apparent gunshot wound to the right side of the temple along with and exit wound to the left side. According to official police reports, after having lunch Young went upstairs to his bedroom and was later discovered by his wife at about 1:00 p.m. apparently dead inside the restroom.
Godwin Hulse Reshuffled Again in Cabinet
Senator Godwin Hulse is making history tonight as having served the shortest term in Government as the Minister of Home Affairs. Hulse was recently moved from Natural Resources ministry to Home Affairs eighty days ago; and tonight he is once again being moved as the Office of Prime Minister has announced a change in Cabinet […]
Education Ministry Speaks of Teachers’ Wages
Tonight the answer to the question as to whether teachers will be paid for their time absent from the classrooms was made clear via a memorandum sent from the Chief Education Officer in the Ministry of Education, Dr Carol Babb to the General Managers of the schools dated Tuesday, October 18. The two paragraph document […]
Opposition Wants the Teachers to Get Paid
During a press conference yesterday, the President of the Belize National Trade Union, Luke Palacio told the media that it is the decision of the management of the schools to decide whether or not teachers who participated in the strike would be receiving their full salary. The teachers were on strike for eleven days which […]
Senator Aldo Salazar Named Chairman of SSSC
Senator Aldo Salazar was selected as the Chairman for the Senate Special Select Committee that has been tasked to probe into the Auditor General’s Report on Immigration and Nationality Departments. This is the second sitting of the special committee with the first facing issues in naming a Chairman. Subsequent to being named Chairman, Senator Salazar […]
PUP Will Join Senate Select Committee
The Executive Council of the People’s United Party met this morning at its headquarters in Belize City. One of the topics discussed was the Senate Select Committee and the investigation into the special reports of the Auditor General. As we mentioned, the Committee held its second meeting today and once again an opposition senator was […]
Former Lands Minister Says Lands Department Should Be Investigated As Far Back As 2008
Opposition Leader Briceno spoke about the latest scandal emanating from the Lands Department. That scandal resulted in the resignation of one of the UDP’s most influential political players, Gaspar Vega. Vega resigned as Minister but is still the elected Area Representative for Orange Walk North. Briceno says that it is the people of Orange Walk […]
LOO Says Saldivar Is in Quite a Pickle
As we reported yesterday, Minister of Defence, John Saldivar is suspended from Cabinet. We cannot say if his suspension is with or without pay but it will be for one week. The decision to suspend Minister Saldivar was made by Prime Minister Dean Barrow after documents surfaced regarding a business relationship with the infamous Danny […]
Bar Association Mourns Death of Senior Counsel Michael Young
The Bar Association of Belize has extended its condolences to the family of Senior Counsel Michael Young. Young was admitted to the bar in Belize in 1977 and was elevated to the status of Senior Counsel in 1996 in recognition of his excellence in the practice of the law. A statement from the Bar Association […]
Seismic Testing is a No-No Says Environmental Sector
The environmental community is up in arms over Cabinet’s approval for seismic testing to be conducted in the offshore area of Belize’s territory. The Belize Coalition to Save our Natural Heritage, Oceana Belize, World Wildlife Fund, Healthy Reefs Initiative, the Belize Audubon Society and the Belize Institute of Environmental Law and Policy are of the […]
Two Different Accounts of Why Mark Rodriguez Was Assaulted
Two men were brought before Magistrate Emerita Anderson to answer to multiple charges following the assault of Police Constable Mark Rodriguez which occurred on Sunday evening at Outback Ranch in Camalote Village, Cayo District. The charges against the men, Belhem Guzman and Sanjay Casey, are attempted murder, use of deadly means of harm, dangerous harm […]
Breaking Belize News
PUP condemns GOB withholding teachers salaries; They have teachers back
The opposition, People’s United Party today issued a press release to condemn the government’s decision to withhold teachers salaries for participating in strike. In a memo sent out yesterday the Ministry of Education informed school managers, principals and boards that GOB will be “withholding […]
Will PM Barrow fire Saldivar from Cabinet? More questions than answers in the ongoing Mason’s saga!
Yesterday the Press Office issued a release indicating that the Prime Minister placed Hon. John Saldivar, Minister of Defense, on one week’s leave of absence. PM Barrow, being an attorney himself, is aware that Saldivar’s claim to have severed all business relationship with […]
Office of the Prime Minister announces Cabinet Changes
The Office of the Prime Minister has issued a press release announcing changes in the Cabinet. According to the release, the following Cabinet changes have been made: The Sen. Hon. Godwin Hulse becomes the new Minister of Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries, the Environment and Sustainable […]
Senate Special Select Committee selects chairman
Senator Aldo Salazar, a government appointed senator, has officially been elected as the new chairman of the Senate Special Select Committee today at a Senate meeting held in Belmopan. The Senate Special Select Committee has been appointed by the Senate to investigate into the […]
A business belonging to a prominent Belize City businessman has been raided by authorities
BBN has received reliable reports that a business located on Mapp Street in the Northside of Belize City belonging to a high ranking UDP official was raided by police and the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU). The raid happened sometime between late last night and […]
Government will withhold salaries for teachers on strike
Yesterday, a memo from the Ministry of Education was sent to all general managers of government and government aided primary schools and Boards of Deans of government and government aided colleges to request the attendance of school teachers during the strike. The memo states: […]
Drive by shooting in Stann Creek
According to police reports, Yesseni Trap, 28, of mile 10 on the Stann Creek Valley Road was at home around 6:15 p.m. Tuesday, when she heard a vehicle stop outside on the street and a single gunshot was fired. Trapp says that she saw […]
Police issue official report on death of Micheal Young
According to the official police report, yesterday around 1:45 p.m. officers responded to reports in the Bella vista area at the residence of attorney Michael Clarence E. Young, 61, where he was seen with a gunshot wound to the right side of temple and […]
Danger Subsides – Challenge Remains
These are difficult and defining days for our UDP Government, and the fact that the immediate danger appears to have subsided is no reason for complacency or any return to business as usual. Evidently, all is not well in Belmopan, and it would be unwise, […]
GOB to sign SI for appointment of 13th senator
Tomorrow, Thursday, the Government of Belize (GoB) will sign a Statutory Instrument for the appointment of the long awaited 13th Senator. At a press conference following a meeting with the Belize National Teachers Union (BNTU) last Thursday, Prime Minister Dean Barrow committed to signing […]
Belmopan City Councilor busted in fraud scheme
Belmopan City Councilor Gene Briceno Lopez was detained by Belmopan police on accusations of forgery. Lopez, a firm supporter of controversial Belmopan Area Rep, John Saldivar, allegedly forged Mayor Khalid Belisle’s signature on fraudulent documents. According to further allegations, she illegally used his official […]
Belize: The Barrow Government Cannot Fix The Economy
Prime Minister Hon. Dean Barrow’s government was elected to its third term in office almost one year ago, so he theoretically has four more years to serve out the constitutional 5-year term. His government first came to power in 2008, on a wave of […]
Prominent UDP lawyer passes
Police, yesterday, confirmed that prominent attorney Michael Clarence Edward Young, 61, is dead. He was inside his Bella Vista home when a single shot was heard. When police arrived on the scene he was found with gunshot injuries to the head. While speculations that […]
The Drums of our Fathers Monument in Dangriga Belize
Designed by local sculptor Steve Okeke, the Drums of Our Fathers monument is a visual masterpiece that showcases the importance of drumming and music to the Garifuna culture. The monument features three ritual dugu drums and two sisiras (maracas), musical instruments that are emblematic of Garifuna music.
Although they compose just 4% of Belize’s population, the Garifuna people are a unique culture that are well-known for their unique musical influences, including drumming. Formed from an intermarriage of African slaves and native islanders of the Caribbean, the Garifuna arrived in Belize more than 200 years ago after being exiled by the British.
The town of Dangriga where the monument is located is the epicenter of Belize’s Garifuna culture, and the monument is a visually-imposing tribute to the rich musical heritage of the Garifuna.
The three large dugu drums in the monument represent the past, present, and the future. The center drum is known as a lanigi garawound or “heart drum”, representing the present and the lead drum that calls the rhythm for the other two. The sisira or maracas are used in Garifuna music as a “spirit helper” to bridge the gap between the ordinary world and the spirit world.
The monument is located in the primary traffic circle on the main road that enters the town of Dangriga from the south in Stann Creek District, Belize.
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Climate Prediction Center’s Central America Hazards Outlook October 20 – October 26, 2016
Widespread heavy rainfall is forecasted for Nicaragua, Southern Honduras and El Salvador during the upcoming week.
A varied pattern over the last 7 days brought localized above-average precipitation to parts of the region, but continuing dryer-than-normal conditions across many other areas, especially in the interior. The greatest rainfall, as observed by TRMM, was located over southeastern Nicaragua and southern Guatemala where over 150mm fell. Other areas, including El Salvador and the Petén department of Guatemala, received well in excess of 100mm. Flooding was reported in Poptún, Petén department. The story was different for parts of central Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua, which received light and well below normal rainfall. Many of the mountainous areas of south-central Guatemala exhibit deficits of 50-100mm for the week. The ‘Postrera’ season has generally been dryer than normal for the majority of Central America. The largest and most consistent deficits for the period are located in Guatemala.
The World’s Second Largest Reef Is in Danger
The Belize government has announced that its barrier reef system is a potential site for oil mining.
Last week, a preliminary obituary for the Great Barrier Reef went viral. This week brings the news that the world’s second largest reef system, located off the shores of Belize, will be the new site for seismic oil exploration, and ultimately, drilling. In a country known for its natural beauty and eco-tourism, this could irreparably change local lives and the future of tourism.
Because of its natural beauty and biodiversity, Belize attracts a tremendous amount of ecotourism. Yet this controversial method of oil exploration has the ability to send shockwaves thousands of miles, causing irreparable damage to marine wildlife like whales, dolphins, and manatees, while reducing the catch rate in fishing, a major source of income for many of the nation’s people. It is estimated that 190,000 out of Belize’s total population of 332,000 will have their jobs negatively affected by the exploration.
Caribbean National Insurance Schemes Looking Shaky
Caribbean countries beware! The National Insurance Schemes (NIS) in the region might not be as safe and sound as previously thought.
That warning has come in an International Monetary Fund (IMF) working paper published by Koffie Nassar, Joel Okwuokei, Mike Li, Timothy Robinson and Saji Thomas.
The paper – which the IMF stressed was a result of research done by the authors and did not necessarily represent the Washington-based institution’s views – advised territories in the region to pay close attention to the schemes which were projected to “run substantial deficits and deplete their assets in the next decades, raising the prospects of government intervention”.
“The schemes appear relatively sound until about 2017. Thereafter, they are projected to incur substantial deficits and eventually run down their assets, raising the prospects that the government would have to bear a share of the promised pension benefits,” the researchers wrote.
Caribbean Islands Urged To Ratify Paris Agreement
With the Marrakech climate change talks now only weeks away, the few CARICOM member states that have not yet ratified the Paris Agreement - Jamaica among them - have been urged to do so.
The appeal has come from Dr James Fletcher, former head of the CARICOM Task Force on Sustainable Development.
He predicted that the failure to ratify will see those islands running the risk of not having a say in the first meeting of the parties to the global deal next month.
"Given that the Paris Agreement will enter into force in the Marrakech meeting ... if you haven't ratified the Paris Agreement, then really you cannot be at the table determining rules and procedures and everything else," he cautioned.
The Privy Council versus the CCJ - A question of conscience? Part 3
What states have adopted the CCJ as their final appellate court?
They are: Barbados, Guyana, Belize and the Commonwealth of Dominica.
Jamaica attempted to do so but the Labour government and certain interest groups challenged the legislation in the case of Independent Jamaica Council for Human Rights Ltd v S. Marshall-Burnett and the AG of Jamaica. And finally the Privy Council ruled in 2005 that the method employed was unlawful and that to achieve such a change the government had to have a special majority in both houses of Parliament in favour of the change.
Precious corals bleached to death
The good news is that the current El Niño, a warm ocean current that drove temperatures up worldwide, is finally on its way out. But the bad news is that the unprecedented coral bleaching that El Niño triggered in 2014 shows little signs of slowing down. According to the October 3, 2016, update by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is currently in a neutral phase and is likely to remain so during the winters. NOAA’s four-month coral bleaching outlook, however, says reefs in the eastern side of the Indian Ocean, the western side of the Pacific and the Caribbean are likely to sustain bleaching until January 2017.
Despite covering just 0.2-0.25 percent of the earth’s ocean area, coral reefs support up to 2 million species or a quarter of all marine life. For several island nations and tropical countries with long coastlines, corals provide protective services from severe tropical weather. Corals cushion the impact of tropical storms that would otherwise damage infrastructure close to the coast. It is estimated that for the Central American nation of Belize, the economic value of the infrastructure protected by coral reefs is equal to 10-15 percent of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Reef structures also act as indispensable genetic libraries and are often described as rainforests of the sea for their richness.
Surprising Benefits Of Coconut Embryo
The mature coconuts are collected regularly for their milk. Usually you cracked coconut for lunch (stewed vegetables), but sometimes there was a strange formation inside. Apparently, this coconut was ready to shoot some leaves out, and this thing is called buwa or buha (Ilonggo)– is an edible, soft predecessor.
This part is actually the coconut cotyledon, sometimes called the “coconut embryo” or “coconut apple”, is actually suspended in germination. It is eaten raw in the province. We all know that coconut water and meat are very nutritious so don’t underestimate this one.
Top 10 Health Benefits of Coconut Embryo: 1.Supports immune system health: it is anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-parasite.
2.Provides a natural source of quick energy and enhances physical and athletic performance.
3. Improves digestion and absorption of nutrients, vitamins, and minerals
4. Improves insulin secretion and symptoms associated with diabetes.
5. Helps protect the body from cancers due to insulin reduction, removal of free radicals that cause premature aging and degenerative disease.
6. Reduces risk of heart health and improves good cholesterol (HDL).
7. Restores and supports thyroid function.
8. Helps protect against kidney disease and bladder infection.
9. Promotes weight loss.
10. Helps keep hair and skin healthy and youthful looking, prevents wrinkles, sagging skin, age spots, and provides sun protection
Britain's view of its history 'dangerous', says former museum director
Neil MacGregor, the former director of the British Museum, has bemoaned Britain’s narrow view of its own history, calling it “dangerous and regrettable” for focusing almost exclusively on the “sunny side”.
Speaking before the Berlin opening of his highly popular exhibition Germany – Memories of a Nation, MacGregor expressed his admiration for Germany’s rigorous appraisal of its history which he said could not be more different to that of Britain.
“In Britain we use our history in order to comfort us to make us feel stronger, to remind ourselves that we were always, always deep down, good people,” he said. “Maybe we mention a little bit of slave trade here and there, a few wars here and there, but the chapters we insist on are the sunny ones,” he said.
MacGregor warned: “This sort of handling of history is dangerous as well as regrettable”.
Oceana meeting on seismic survey scheduled for Belize, 66min.
GOB Responses to BNTU Demands, 1.5min.
Maya Ruins of Xunantunich, Belize - 2010, 27min. We were lucky enough to tour the huge Maya ruin of Xunantunich in western Belize during December of 2010. Our Tour Guide was Golden and as you can see from this video, we learned and observed a lot about the Maya Civilization.
Belize, la splendeur des Mayas Documentaire 2016, 2.5hr.
Words Do Matter, 1min. Developed by Belize's Special Envoy for Women and Children in partnership with UNICEF Belize, this video highlights the importance of using language that respects people for who they are. Words are powerful. Words can hurt. Words do matter.
Big Chatz Program, 19min. on Open Your Eyes...
Seismic Study begins, 20sec. The San Pedro Sun was invited on an exclusive flyover of the site where a seismic survey in the deep offshore territory of Belize east of the Barrier Reef System is taking place. At the site, it was observed that the sonar sea deep survey is already under way and being carried out by a Panamanian registered vessel, The Northern Explorer. The vessel is located at approximately 17.28349 N / 87.70617 W, between the Lighthouse Reef Atoll and Turneffe Atoll and only 10 miles way from the Blue Hole.
The vessel is conducting research on behalf of the Minister of Economic Development & Petroleum and the Geology & Petroleum Department as part of a larger regional geophysical survey currently being done by the United States Government and the Mexican Government in the US Gulf of Mexico, the Mexican Gulf of Mexico and the east of the Yucatan Peninsula. According to the Government of Belize, the purpose of this survey is to gather new regional data to advance the knowledge of the geology and hydrocarbon systems of these geological regions.
The Belize Coalition to Save our Natural Heritage and island community discuss seismic testing in Belize, 107min.
Leader of the Opposition John Briceño invited the media to a press briefing , 1.5min. To call on the Government to give the teachers their salaries & to announce that the Opposition has decided that they will participate on the Senate Select Committee. They are yet to say who will be representing the PUP.
Diving Belize Mexico, 4min. Fall of 2015 I traveled to Central America from Colorado with a good friend where we started in El Salvador surfing for two weeks.
22nd BD vaca Belize Hopkins, 8min.