2014/2015 Crop Season Extended
The sugar crop 2014/2015 has been extended to five more days following requests from farmers. The crop was scheduled to close on July seventh and after continued requests from the associations, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Natural Resources & Agriculture Gaspar Vega says he stepped in to lobby in favor of the famers. He announced the extension today in a short press conference at the Sugar Industry Control Board building.
“There were several cane farmers who had not been able to deliver not even a piece of sugar cane and that is when I more than ever, that very same concern and thought that everyone should get an opportunity to deliver at least a percentage of their quota. We spoke over the telephone several times to Mr. McLachlan and we were in communication for a couple days and with Mr. Celestino Ruiz and we finally get to extend the crop for five more days and so they did compromise and they said that the best they could do is to extend the crop by five more days.”
So far the crop continues to be a record breaking one and as of midnight last night, the factory is reported to have milled 1.137 million tons of sugar cane. Given the five days extension, the factory aims at milling some 1.175 million tons, which will be about thirty thousand tons less than the last crop. But even though less sugar cane is being milled for this season, more sugar has been produced this time around. In the last crop, 120, 000 tons of sugar was produced while this year, since this weekend, 141,000 tons of sugar has been produced. This is 21,000 tons or fifteen percent more produced with less sugar cane.
Works At BSI To Undergo Repairs As Soon As Crop Is Over
With the new extension in the sugar crop, the stakeholders hope for good weather to meet their goal. Belizario Carballo says that they have agreed on five more days taking into consideration the time needed to conduct maintenance at the mill and other matters they want to carry out during the out of crop period.
“The reason why we had agreed on the 7th of July is a combination of factors which from the factory perspective clearly has to take into account the time we need for repair and maintenance and the mill has worked to produce 141,000 tons this year and it is a record production and it is also reflect how hard the mill has worked this crop and we need to have a proper repair and maintenance and it is indicative of a good crop which needs a proper repair and maintenance and we also have a number of capital project that we have plan for the out of crop period and next crop, we have a new cane dumper that we want to put in, we have modification in the cane yard that we need to do to accommodate the additional cane dumper, we have additional juice heaters that we want to put in and we have a new bagging line that we want to install and we have some automation in the yard that we have to complete and overall we have significant plan for this out of crop and very conscious that we want to bring back this crop into cycle and for those reasons we are approaching the end of the crop but we are very pleased that we were able to extend to the 12th of July at six o’clock.”
Catholic Diocese Calls For Repeal Of Petro Caribe Act
Apart from defending the constitutionality of Section 53 of Belize’s Criminal Code, the Roman Catholic Diocese is stirring up much opposition against the Government’s elusive Petrocaribe Program. A release from Reverend Father Noel Leslie of the Diocese revealed that in their senate meeting on July 1st, Leslie on behalf of the churches voted in favour of the General Revenue Supplementary Appropriation Bill and the General Supplementary Appropriation and the Amendments to the Petrocaribe Loans Act 2015. The release says and we quote, “As a senator nominated by the Council of Churches, I am obligated to vote in accordance with the majority decision of that body and which I represent in the senate. The release continues to state, “The roman catholic church of Belize which shepherds 40% of the Belizean population respectfully holds a different position from the one I (Leslie) presented in the Senate on July 1st”.
In the release Father Leslie goes on to state and we quote “The bishop of Belize and Belmopan His Excellency Bishop Dorick Wright joins me in calling for a repeal of the Petrocaribe Loans Act 2015 and its amendments and for the return to the adherence to the principals outlined in the finance and audit reform act 2005.” end quote. So what does all this mean? Simply put, the Church feels that the Petrocaribe Loans Act was derived to correct transgressions in the borrowing and spending of public funds and encourages greater transparency and accountability of the public purse.
Traffic Accidents Recorded In The Northern Districts
A road traffic accident in Orange Walk left a pedestrian suffering from severe injuries to the head and body. Around 8:00 on Friday night, police visited the Northern Regional Hospital where they saw 44 year old Florencio Patt, a resident of San Jose Village, suffering from a large wound to the back of the head, a broken nose and a broken left foot and in an unconscious state. Initial investigations revealed that Patt was walking on the side of the highway in San Jose Village apparently under the influence of alcohol when he was knocked down by a grey car that was coming from the direction of Corozal heading towards Orange Walk Town. Patt was transported to the Northern Regional Hospital and later to the K.H.M.H. where he was admitted in a critical condition. So far, no one has been detained but according to police, they know who they are seeking for questioning.
The second traffic mishap occurred in the Corozal District and six persons are lucky to be alive after the driver of the vehicle lost control. According to authorities, on Sunday night around 8:06, police responded to report of a traffic accident on the Phillip Goldson Highway where they saw a Silver tracker off the side of the road facing in the direction of San Joaquin Village. Initial investigation revealed that 37 year old Lilian Judith Flores of San Jose Village was driving her silver Tracker from Corozal Town heading towards San Jose Village along with five other passengers when she lost control of the vehicle. Flores reported to police that upon reaching between miles 81 and 82 on the Phillip Goldson Highway she lost control of the tracker and ran off the road colliding into a cement lamppost. The passengers were later identified as 43 year old Amir Gonzalez ,40 year old Juan Carrillo, 18 year old Edson Chuc, 33 year old Teresa Suarez all of San Jose Village and 27 year old Gallardo Campos of San Narciso Village, Corozal District. The individuals received varying degrees of injuries and were transported to the Corozal Hospital with the exception of Gallardo Campos who was transported to the Northern Regional Hospital in a critical condition.
Crop Extended But Cane Will Stay In The Field
And while farmers are hoping to be able to deliver a bit more sugar cane to the factory given the extension, there will still be some loss incurred by farmers. We spoke with representatives of all three associations this morning who were present at the announcement and while they were all optimistic about the extension, their hope is that each farmer can get a fair opportunity to deliver some of their cane to the mill.
Ezekiel Cansino – BSCFA
“Ya habíamos sumado que hasta el quince íbamos a venir logrando hasta el 80% de lo que es la primera estimación que se dio o sea basado en las toneladas y hasta el 15 íbamos a estar llegando a ese 80% así de esa manera todos lo caneros que están en ceros íbamos a ver que ellos quiebren ese cero y si nos va a ayudar bastante a reducir la caña que ya está por quedarse en el campo.”
Elvis Canul – Chair, CSCPA
“Nuestra Asociación tiene registrado 91000 toneladas y esto nos ayuda, estos cinco días no ayuda aproximadamente 2000 toneladas más que íbamos a traer en la fábrica.”
Cosme Hernandez – General Manager, PSCPA
“Nosotros comenzamos con 979 miembros con una cantidad de 279000 toneladas de caña.”
Dalila Ical – Reporter CTV3
“La zafra se iba a cerrar mañana, que tan significante iban hacer la perdidas y con esta extensión de cinco días como les ayuda?”
Mexican National Dissapears On Belizean Territory
Authorities in the north are investigating the bizarre disappearance of a Mexican farmer. According to a report made by 30 year old Luis Arturo Tapia, Mexican farmer of Ejido Pioneros Del Rio, Quintana Roo, Mexico, around 8:30p.m.on July 1st, his 27-year-old brother Carlos Tapia, Mexican farmer of the same address informed him that he was going on a hunting trip along with two other individuals namely Regino Garcia and Noe Garcia of the same village.
About 11:30p.m. on the same night, Noe Garcia returned to Tapias residence and informed him that he along with Regino and Carlos Tapia had gone hunting in an area known as Pine Ridge which is on Belizean territory near the Belize/Mexico border at approximately 10 kilometers north of Tres Banderas monument. Garcia reports that while they were hunting in the area he heard several gun shots and he got afraid and fled the area. Luis Tapia further stated that the following day, upon noticing that his brother had not returned home, organized a search party and visited the area where Carlos Tapia had gone hunting and recovered 2 Aguila brand 20-guage cartridges and a black rechargeable flashlight which he recognized as his brother belongings. The items were found approximately 800 to 900 yards from the border in Belizean territory. The entire surrounding area was searched but Carlos was nowhere to be found. Up to the time that the report was made Carlos has not returned home.
More Cubans Detained For Illegal Entry
On Friday we reported that six Cubans along with a Belizean Driver were intercepted by Orange Walk police as they made their way on the Bypass in a blue Toyota Van. The six Cubans have been arraigned in court and charged for illegal entry by the Immigration Department. But there is more to this story. On Friday evening, based on intelligence police descended to the temporary Bus terminal on Dunn Street here in Orange Walk where they met 13 Cuban Nationals boarding the bus. Upon further checks, police detained the group of thirteen men and women on the basis that they could not provide any visitors permit.
This afternoon all thirteen were arraigned including: 26 year old professor Eduardo Rodriguez, 27 year old technician Dilio Ochoa, 22 year old construction worker Geovannie Sanchez Obedo, 29 year old baker Yanzel Perrera, 28 year old teacher Erosuel Perrera, 32 year old housewife Yarisleidy Vega, 27 year old dirver Jorge Manuel Aries Guevarra, 30 year old security Jordan Ramos, 43 year old fisherman Jorge Rodriguez Moralez, 43 year old construction worker Marco Antonio Biltre, 32 year old pharmacist Eliel Espinoza Reyes and 22 year old fisherman Darrel Diaz Torres. They were all fined One thousand and five Belize dollars each; to be paid forthwith failure to comply will result in 6 months imprisonment. Immigration Department also requested through the court a removal order from the country, to be deported back to Cuba. It is of note that the Belizean driver in Friday’s incident has since been identified as Lucilo Mesh. He was charged for aiding and abetting illegal immigrants. Mesh met bail and was released.
Le'Mars Burglarized, Surveillance Camera Captures Burglary
Orange Walk police is seeking one male person in connection to a burglary that occurred at Le’Mars Emporium on Dunn Street in the wee hours of Saturday morning. We have been able to retrieve some surveillance footage which shows that around 1:40am, the opportunistic thief made his way inside the building by prying open the shutter and then breaking the store’s glass front door. The footage does not reveal the entire ordeal since the first thing on the criminal’s agenda was to cut the wires of the surveillance cameras. And that is when the camera captured the male person who was wearing a sweater type hoodie. Obviously the individual was in search of cash and he found some and of course helped himself to it, more than $600.00. He also made away with a stereo worth US$150.00. Employees made the discovery the following morning when they arrived to work and saw the glass door broken. We understand that the perpetrator cut himself as he pried open the shutter and left his hand prints on one of the walls of the store. Anyone that can assist the police with identifying the perpetrator is asked to call the Orange Walk Police Station.
Orange Walkeno Alledges Police Brutality
Tonight, there is another report of police abusing their authority and this time, the victim claims his innocence by filing for court action. According to Javier Patt, a resident of Tower Hill in Orange Walk, on Saturday he went to visit his aunt in the village of San Jose also located in Orange Walk. Patt alleges that went to purchase some flour from the local store when on his way, he was approached aggressively by the officer commanding the Douglas Village substation. The officer says Patt, ordered him to stand still and placed him under arrest. Patt alleges that the officer, who reeked of alcohol, came off his motorbike and insisted that he was the person who stole a bicycle from within the village. Patt says the entire ordeal has left him in physical pain since the officer fired a shot at him at close range to try to get him to confess. He came to our studios this morning and gave us an account on what he describes as unjust treatment.
“You mussi di mistake me I told him and he say no, no, no and give me your hand and then he put handcuff on me and then he grab me from my throat in front of all the people who were by the street and then he was choking me and he was asking me where is the bike and I told him officer I did not take any bike please don’t hurt and then when he let me go he punched me hard and I dropped and all the people saw me there and then he told me well you no want to talk then I will make you talk right now he told me and then he called Orange Walk station that he is detaining me and that he is talking me to Douglas and he will lock me up because of thieving a bike and then he come and he pulled his gun and then he pointed the gun at my head and he told me that he could just kill me up like a dog and nobody will know he told me and then I told him well you could go ahead and kill me because I am with God and he know I did not do anything and I am innocent I told him."
Belize prepares for regional Under 19 softball competition
Belize will be represented at the under nineteen junior softball championship which comes up July 3 to August 3 in El Salvador. Nelbert Flowers is the coach of the team. Nelbert Flowers, Coach “Well the ladies that are out here are from all over the country. We have about six from Cayo, ten from Belize […]
Belize Olympic Committee donates to Belize Athletics Association
The Belize Olympic Committee handed over equipment to the Belize Athletic Association today. Handing over the donation was the Vice President of the committee, Owen Meighan and receiving it was Deon Sutherland, the President of the Belize Athletic Association. Owen Meighan – Vice president, BOC “We have starting blocks, shot put, discusses, we’ve got javelins […]
Man shot while at Belize City Park
Belize City police are trying to figure out who shot 24 year old Jerome Smith. According to reports, just after ten o’clock last night, police responded to a shooting incident at Buttonwood Bay Park located at Corner Seashore Drive and Bay Street where they saw sitting on the top of the bleachers, bleeding. He reported […]
Changes at Police Eastern Division
There has been a shakeup of Eastern Division of the Police Department. Senior Superintendent Chester Williams shared the details with the media. Sr. Supt. Chester Williams “Eastern Division as we have traditionally know it to be, no longer exists. Eastern Division has now been divided into three divisions. We have Eastern Division south, Eastern Division […]
Youths organize candlelight vigil
Much has been said of the gun violence on the streets, especially in Belize City. A youth organization, Guide Light Productions, has organized a candlelight vigil to get more people, especially the youths involved in the fight against crime. Andrew Munnings is the Executive Director of Guide Light Productions. Andrew Munnings – Executive Director, Guide […]
Silk Grass villagers up in arms over water situation
Harry Arzu reporting… “Residents of Silk Grass village in the Stann Creek village are up in arms over an electricity bill amounting to over $5,000 that they say was incurred by their water board. They further complained during a meeting that was held on Sunday June 5th at their community center about low water pressure […]
Case against attorney for contempt goes before the court
In late May attorney Audrey Matura Shepherd was charged with contempt of court. Matura is the attorney for the grassroots organization, BYGEA in their fight against the Government of Belize, specifically the Ministry of Natural Resources. Both parties agreed to go to mediation, a confidential process, however Matura Shepherd was cited for comments she made […]
Mediation process over buffer zone at Harmonyville ends
The grassroots organization, BYGEA has been in court with the Government over the right to plant within the buffer area of Harmonyville. Both sides agreed to take the matter to mediation. That process concluded today. David Barnett an executive of BYGEA spoke with the media. David Barnett – Executive member, BYEA “Certain agreement we’ve come […]
No suspects in Friday night murder
Belize City Police are also investigating the murder of 22 year old David Steven Rivas of La Croix Boulevard. According to police reports, at about 10 o’clock on Friday night, they were called out to Roaches Street and when they arrived there they saw Rivas suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was shot to the […]
Body of elderly man retrieved from river
Early yesterday morning the body of 65-year-old Michael Emmerson Cain was found floating in the river on North Front Street in Belize City. According to Superintendent Hilberto Romero, Cain was seen with multiple wounds to the forehead and chin. Superintendent Hilberto Romero – Head, Criminal Investigations Branch “On Sunday the 5th day of July around […]
Breaking Belize News
We Hear Your Pain
Why so many parents are failing and it is a direct contributing factor as to why our evening news is plastered with the destruction of our most valuable resource, ever – young, strong, healthy adults who ought to be building Belize – however, instead, they are destroying each […]
BGYEA completes Harmonyville mediation process with Government; attorney charged with breaching confidentiality of process
Back in February, the government of Belize and the Belize Grassroots Youth Empowerment Association, headed by President Nigel Petillo, reached agreement by mediation on a majority of issues concerning their case in the Supreme Court. The government had sued to stop the implementation of a planned project in […]
Media colleagues remember Kareem Clarke; police clueless
Belize City police continue to investigate the senseless murder of 27 year old Amandala journalist Kareem Clarke, who was shot to death around 1:00 this morning while riding his bicycle toward the Vernon Street/Lakeview Canal bridge. Supt. Hilberto Romero of Eastern Division says they have neither motive nor […]
Police reorganize Eastern Division
On the heels of a triple murder weekend in Belize City, the Police Department this afternoon announced an already planned reorganization of the entire Eastern Division which essentially is all of the Belize District. It involves a return to command for a former star of City policing that […]
Murder at Village Kitchen Restaurant
Over the weekend, the lifeless body of 65 year old Michael Emmerson Cain, a Belize City resident of 13 Water Lane was found floating along the river bank behind Village Kitchen Restaurant on North Front Street in Belize City. According to authorities, they were called to the restaurant at around 5:15 […]
Intoxicated Guatemalan man chops his whole family with a machete
San Ignacio police visited a residence in the Camino del Rio area around 1:30 a.m. on Sunday, July 5th, where they saw 24 year old Guatemalan National, David Coc suffering from a large chop wound to the head. Initial investigation revealed that Coc, while under the influence of alcohol physically […]
Accident on Phillip Goldson Highway lands several in the emergency room
A traffic accident between miles 81 and 82 on the Phillip Goldson Highway on Sunday, July 5th, injured five persons and left another in critical condition. The incident occurred around 8:06 p.m when a Silver tracker being driven by 37 year old San Jose Village resident, Lilian Judith Flores, ran […]
Opposition declares political war with UDP
The People’s United Party held its quarterly National Party Council Meeting in Dangriga on Saturday, July 4th, where two resolutions were ratified: No to the International Court of Justice and supporting the Cervantes family in bringing justice for Don Ramon Cervantes Sr. Another major item on the agenda […]
Mainly fair conditions to prevail over the country
Weather conditions for the Country over the next few days are expected to remain fair. The National Meteorological Service of Belize predicts sunny skies with cloudy spells today and partly cloudy skies tonight. Thunderstorms or showers will be isolated. For the remainder of the week, current weather conditions are expected […]
New closing date for the Sugar Cane Crop season 2014-2015
There’s good news for cane farmers up in the north. This morning Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Hon. Gaspar Vega announced on a press briefing that the Sugar cane crop season for 2014 – 2015 will be extended one more week. New closing date is […]
The what makes the best kind of party?
The best kind of party is one that is fun, entertaining and has people talking about it long after it is done. The 1st annual 4th of July party at Caribbean Villas is definitely going to be one of those parties.
Leave it to a Brit in Belize to bring on the best fireworks for the biggest U.S. 4th of July party. Earlier in the day I had texted Paul to see when the fireworks were due to go on, and he replied 7:30. A few of us at the party us knew they would end up on Belize time. We were jokingly comparing the 3 different times everyone had heard and that the reason for delay was they had to locate the barge captain.
It was totally worth waiting for and, for many the show will be an unforgettable fireworks on the beach experience. Several people I spoke to the next day said the fireworks rivaled anything they would have seen if they were back home doing a Stateside 4th party. That is one thing about Pedro; he is a go big or go home kind of guy and this time “all in” meant traveling to Guatemala to get the wow factor.
The West or Leeward Side of Ambergris Caye…It’s Just Heaven
Let me give you a sense of perspective. We have Ambergris Caye, the largest caye in Belize, at 26 miles in length. We have the amazing glorious barrier reef along the east side.
You can see the break on the reef below right off shore San Pedro town.
We have San Pedro town at the southern end of the island.
One the west side, the water is shallow and clear and dotted with large and small cayes. Many of which have shallow sandbars at their southern ends.
We also have Blackadore Caye – or “Leonardo DiCaprio’s Caye” – that is already being surveyed for an amazing/over-the-top project.
‘The main focus is to do something that will change the world,’ said the Titanic actor. Can you set expectations any higher? Sigh…
Cheap Flights to Belize City from various US States!Other cheap airfare deals to Belize:
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“The Oceanmaker,” a short animated film, brings hope to a world without rain. Imagine a world without rain, where lighthouses and ships sit atop sand dunes, where cloud pirates steal every droplet before it gets a chance to fall.
This is the world that Austin-based filmmaker Lucas Martell and his fellow animators bring to life in The OceanMaker, a riveting 10-minute short released on Earth Day but screening later this month at the Belize International Film Festival. (I suggest watching it for free right here and right now.)
The film mixes the excitement of World War I dogfights with Mad Max–esque aircraft towing bizarre water-robbing machines. There is one fighter pilot, however, who wants the rain to fall for all—and she is our hero.
Her land is a fictional one, but as climate change exacerbates extreme weather patterns around the world, water wars are sure to get just as intense—though, they’ll hardly be as beautiful. In The OceanMaker, dramatic visual effects combine with an orchestral score that will keep you at the edge of your seat (or office chair).
What To Know Before Your First Visit To Central America
Central America: This bridge of land that connects Mexico and South America might appear tiny, but it’s jam-packed with rich cultures and exciting adventures. And with the Atlantic Ocean on one side, the Pacific on the other, and ample jungle, volcanoes, valleys, and lakes in between, this slender slither of countries is a nature lover’s dream come true.
If you’ve never traveled to Central America before, the stories can be intimidating. Though it’s a favorite spot for luxury travelers, family travelers, backpackers, solo female travelers, and everyone in between, many still recount tales of being robbed or feeling unsafe. But with a bit of planning and local knowledge, a visit to Central America can be the trip of a lifetime.
Central America is made up of seven countries, including Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama. Each country has different cultures, different histories, different levels of commercialization, and different safety rates. For example, Costa Rica has had no standing army for over 65 years while, in contrast, Guatemala has endured Central America’s longest civil for 36 years.
Face of Defense: Army Nurse Sails High Seas on USNS Comfort
Even in the middle of the ocean, the ‘spirit of jointness’ is alive,” Army Capt. Rory Walton wrote from the high seas of the Caribbean. The operating room nurse assigned to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center is one of 43 Walter Reed staffers aboard the hospital ship USNS Comfort, deployed for the Continuing Promise 2015 humanitarian mission to Central America, the Caribbean and South America.
The mission is a U.S. Southern Command-sponsored and U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/U.S. 4th Fleet-conducted deployment focused on civil-military operations. It includes providing medical, dental, veterinary and engineering support, along with disaster response preparation, to partner nations.
“Surprising History in Yucatán” — Introduction to the Series. Justo Sierra O’Reilly found Washington a surprisingly unimpressive city, too small and “low class” to be the capital of a wealthy and powerful nation. The President’s residence was a modest house where anyone could go to the door, ring the bell, and be admitted. It was November 1847, and Sierra spent the next six months knocking on a lot of Washington’s doors.
His work almost made Yucatán part of the United States.
The governor of the independent Republic of Yucatán had dispatched Sierra as its special “commissioner and agent.” The United States and Mexico were at war, and although Yucatán had declared itself a nonbelligerent, the U.S. Navy was occupying the important seaport of Carmen and pocketing badly needed tariffs. Sierra’s assignment was to win relief from the trade restrictions.
Landing in Belize City, 1.5min.
Belize 2015, 8min.
LaQua Plantations 3 Year Video Review, 6min. Enjoy a 5 minute video review of hard work, passion, energy and finances coming together to build and grow paradise in Belize!
Belize Scuba Diving 2015, 3min. April 2015 scuba diving in the Belize Barrier Reef.... Hol Chan Marine Reserve, Blue Hole, Half Moon Wall, and The Aquarium. Video compiled by RiffReel.
VACATION VLOG!!!! Cozumel, Belize, and mahogany Bay Cruise!!!, 7min. We went on a cruise ship to the ports of Coumel, Belize, and Mahogany Bay and had a BLAST!!! I wasen't able to film my experience of swimming with dolphins and snorkling but I did that aswell!!
BELIZE MEDIA REMEMBERS JOURNALIST KAREEM CLARK, 8min.
Diving Belize, 4min. Diving in Belize, April 2015 - Silk Cayes, Half Moon Caye and the Great Blue Hole. We did try for the whale sharks at Gladden Spit, but they didn't show up that day :-(
Beautiful Belize City BZE Landing - Delta Flight 703 from Atlanta, 3min. Delta Flight 703 from Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport ATL and landing at Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport in Belize City BZE on a beautiful Wednesday morning (June 17, 2015). Recorded on an iphone 6.
Ambergris Caye Belize 2015, 6min. This video takes place in Ambergris Caye Belize and the Belizean Jungle. On our trip we explored the island on golf carts, went fishing, snorkeling (highly recommend snorkeling at Mexico Rocks & Shark Ray Alley), and Hungout at casa Amarillo (very cute place). We also flew to the jungle and went cave tubing and went to the ATM cave (highlight of the trip).
Belize 2015, 5min.
Belizean Honeymoon 2013, 11min.