Marlon Bonner Gunned Down in Belize City
Belize City Police are currently looking for the gunman who brazenly walked onto the basketball court at the corner of Faber’s Road and Central American Boulevard and gunned down Marlon [...]
Gunman Was Identified but Witnesses Are Scarce
The situation facing Police in the Bonner murder is nothing new. In fact, there are many instances in which broad daylight murders have gone unpunished because witnesses are afraid to [...]
Ministry of Health Responds to Video of Sexual Exploitation
Today, the Ministry of Health issued an urgent and scathing release condemning the exploitation of vulnerable persons. It’s a very specific condemnation, referring to a disturbing video which has been [...]
ACP Chester Williams Says Legislation Needed to Address Cyber-crimes
ACP Williams claims that not only because of that video, but because of a general culture of sexual exploitation on social media and the internet, legislators need to be more [...]
Joint Patrol Locates Guatemalan Settlement within Belize
There is another illegal Guatemalan settlement in Belizean territory near the border between the countries. That news came via release from the Ministry of National Security in the wake of [...]
B.D.F. Operation Yields Marijuana Seizure in Patchakan
In addition to operations on the border, the B.D.F. also conducted a more localized exercise in which eighty-five pounds of processed and parceled marijuana was found on three persons in [...]
Angelina Urbina Tied for Top Scorer in P.S.E.
The 2016 P.S.E. results were released late on Friday evening. The Ministry of Education says there is not any marked improvement to those of last year with Math posing a [...]
Kenly Young from St. Andrew’s Shines in P.S.E.
A total of seven thousand three hundred and ninety-two students registered for the 2016 Primary School Examinations of which seven thousand two hundred and thirty-five candidates sat the exams. The [...]
Ministry of Education Explains P.S.E. Results
The Ministry of Education today spoke of the results. Head of the Exams Unit, Nelson Longsworth, who annually would crunch the numbers and track improvements in the exams, says that [...]
Attorney and Author Godfrey Smith Set to Launch Book on Michael Manley
A biography of Jamaica’s fourth Prime Minister Michael Manley has been penned by well-known Belizean attorney and author, Godfrey Smith. The life story of the democratic socialist was commissioned in [...]
Government of Belize Condemns Orlando Shooting
The government of Belize has issued a release expressing distress and sorrow over what it calls the senseless killing and injuring of innocent citizens in Orlando, Florida. Forty-nine have been [...]
US Ambassador Carlos Moreno Says There Will Be Justice
The shooting stirred comments and condemnation from many quarters. In Belize, an employee of Buttonwood Bay Medical Center, Raynard Humphreys, commented on Facebook, “I know people will hate me for [...]
San Pedro Police Make Drug Busts
San Pedro police have made a series of arrests following anti-drug operations on the island in the past few days. On Thursday, a team of officers visited a residence two [...]
Belize City Man on Remand for Sexual Abuse
Tonight, a Belize City man is on remand at the Belize Central Prison for allegedly sexually abusing a minor between November 2015 and May 2016. Twenty-seven-year old Burley Kenyon Murphy, an [...]
Belize Courts Go Digital
Today, the U.S. made a significant donation to Belize’s justice system through its Central American Regional Security Initiative, CARSI. The Embassy has been working with the judiciary to overhaul the [...]
Next is Video Link between Court and Prison for Arraignments
The digital revolution in our courtrooms is just one step in the overhaul of the system. The next will be creating connectivity between pertinent bodies to expedite arraignments and hopefully, [...]
US Ambassador Says CARSI Seeks to Expedite Justice
Justice delayed is justice denied – that’s the trite but true maxim which underscores the efforts to fix what is ailing in Belize’s justice system. Ambassador Moreno told us today [...]
Sports Monday: Basketball, Football and Softball Stats
Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. Friday night’s opener in the Belize District Firm Basketball Competition saw Belize City Council and Civil Aviation Drones open [...]
Four Injured In Fridays' Accident
A traffic accident on Friday night near the BSI cutoff in Orange Walk left four persons injured.
At around 8:00pm William Zabaneh, 18 year old Belizean student of Princess Margaret Drive, Belize City along with three other persons were travelling in a grey Volkswagen Amarok Pickup from Corozal to Belize City when he collided right Into the back of a tractor that was pulling three trailers as he reached between miles 51 and 52 on the Phillip Goldson Highway just before the BSI cutoff.
According to Zabaneh he did not see the trailer which was being pulled at the time by an International Tractor driven at the time by 34 year old Belizean driver of San Estevan Village Alfredo Perez.
Second Round Of Village Council Elections Takes Place
Last week marked the commencement of the Village Council Elections 2016 across the country of Belize where a total of forty three villages took part in the election. Yesterday the voting continued where a total of forty one villages elected their new Village Council. A total 287 seats were occupied, of which forty one were for the positions of chairpersons while the remaining 246 were for councillors. Here in Orange Walk, four villages partook in election namely San Luis, San Jose, Carmelita and Yo Creek. According to official results, the United Democratic Party won in San Jose, San Luis and Carmelita. In the village of Yo Creek, however, the People’s United Party emerged victorious. Village Council Elections will continue next week on Sunday June 19th.
MOH Appalled By Sex Video Of Vulnerable Person
Today the Ministry of Health issued an enduring release where they condemn the inhumane actions taken against persons with mental disabilities in a disturbing video that has been circulating on social media. The video shows two persons, with mental disorders, being instructed by two persons to perform various sexual acts with the promise of a coke.
In their release the ministry condemns the heinous act by the two persons who are watching and recording the video by stating Quote “The Ministry of Health is appalled at this assault on human dignity and is dismayed that these persons felt comfortable enough to record and share this video to further humiliate this couple and their families. End quote
GOB Sympathizes With US Mass Killing In Florida
Today the Government of Belize expressed distress and sorrow over the senseless killing and injuring of innocent citizens in Orlando, Florida on June 12th, 2016. The Government extended its condolences and prayers to the families and friends of those killed and injured in the tragic incident. According to GOB the horrible mass shooting at the nightclub serves as a reminder to all of the ever-present threat of terrorism and indiscriminate violence. The Government stated today that they condemn these unjustifiable and savage attacks against innocent civilians and stands in solidarity with the United States of America during this very difficult period. GOB also reiterated its commitment to cooperate with the international community to fight against this scourge to our common humanity.
Real Estate In Belize Linked To Panama Papers
DreamScapes Belize, a real estate is tonight facing a number of lawsuits after being accused of swindling buyers out of millions of dollars in a case of real estate fraud and being linked too two firms named in the Panama Papers leak from the Mossack-Fonseca firm.
The company which is said to be operated by foreigners reportedly collected over US $10 million from American and Canadian investors who wanted to buy dream homes in Belize. The company advertised lots for up to US $30,000 and promised model homes, access roads, a potable water supply, waste treatment facility, a school, police and fire stations, an 18-hole golf course, clubhouse and a marina facility with dockage. But none of that existed.
Top PSE Performance From Corozal Prepares For Graduation
As mentioned before this year the top PSE performers from the Corozal District were from Mary Hill RC School. They are Yasser Charaf ranking 13th and Rohan Ake ranking 15th countrywide. The school also had 5 students in the top 10 at a district level. Of course Charaf was one of them who came 1st with 383 points while Ake came 2nd with 380 points and ranking 3rd was Pedro Kukul with a total of 374 points. Today CTV3 news also spoke to the students as they prepared for graduation. Here is what they told us about their latest achievement.
Student: “I studied a little and my parents, my teachers and especially the Lord helped me to get throughout the PSE and accomplish this achievement and I feel very excited and proud because I’ve been working hard and always like dreamt of being up here and nothing is impossible you can always accomplish whatever you want as long as you try.”
Fourteen Year Old Missing For Five Days
Tonight Orange Walk Police are looking for a 14 year old girl who left home on Wednesday June 8th and has not been seen or heard from since. According to Orfa Chi of Santa Cruz Village, Orange Walk District, at around 3:30 p.m. on the 8th of June, her daughter Suemi Lizeth Chi left home. Chi stated she was going to the river but never returned home. The child was last seen in Orange Walk Town along with a woman who is known as "PELONA". Suemi is of Hispanic descent, has shoulder length curly black hair, weighs about 100lbs, about 5 feet in height and stout build. She was last seen wearing a white and pink shorts, red blouse, pair of blue slippers and carries a silver chain with two medals around her neck. Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Suemi is asked to contact the nearest police station.
Teacher Knocked Down While Heading Back To School
A teacher from San Francisco Roman Catholic School is tonight recuperating at the Northern Regional Hospital after she was knocked down this afternoon. Reports are that sometime before 1:00 p.m., Sonia Romero returned to school from her lunch break and had just parked her vehicle on the right side of the road opposite to the school and had stepped out of the vehicle when she was knocked down by a motorcycle which was reportedly driven by a female. According to a witness, the woman on the motorcycle was driving at a high speed and failed to stop at a bump located near the area where the incident occurred. CTV3 News understands that the impact of the collision caused Romero to be flung from where she stood and the motorcycle ran over her right leg.
Guatemalans Civilians Found Living Within Belizean Territory
Twenty Guatemalan civilians were found living within Belizean territory by members of the Belize Defense Force. Over the period of 29 May, 2016 to 09 June 2016 Members of the Belize Defense Force, with the support of the Belize Police Department, Forestry Department, Ministry of Human Development and Friends for Conservation and Development conducted their quarterly operation in the areas of Valentin Camp, Retiro, Cebada and Sapote in an effort to deter illegal activity in the area. During these operations the BDF discovered a large area used for plantation of Marijuana plants, pumpkin and coffee plants along with six families consisting of 20 persons were found to be living in the Retiro area inside Belize Territory.
BDF Confiscates Eighty Pounds Of Compressed Marijuana
Three Corozal men are behind bars tonight after they were caught with more than 80 pounds of marijuana.
The operation was conducted by members of the Belize Defense Force on Saturday June 11th in an area of Patchakan Village in the Corozal District. The three men namely Edilberto Ku, 44 year old Belizean Vegetable Vendor from Patachakan Village, John Triminio, 59 year old Belizean Farmer from Xaibe Village and Gabriel Chan, 28 year old Belizean Mason from Patachakan Village were found with a total of 85 pounds of Marijuana believed to have a street value of over $7,000 Belize dollars.
All three men were taken to the Corozal Magistrates court this afternoon where they were charged for the offence of drug trafficking and given bail at the amount of thirty thousand dollars each and two sureties of fifteen thousand which they had not met up to news time.
Communities Disgusted with Recent Porn Video of Mentally Challenged Persons
A number of videos showing explicit sexual material have made their way into social media as of late. One that raised concerns at the Ministry of Health is one depicting the coercion of sexual activity on mentally ill and homeless individuals. The Ministry of Health issued a release addressing the matter. Part of the release […]
Effects of Social Media, the Orlando Shootings and Self Expression
The effects of social media are far-reaching and perhaps under-estimated by many. With the tragedy that struck eight hundred and seventy five miles away from Belize, in Orlando, Florida, the distance became moot as emotions poured out onto social media ranging from outrage to sadness to anger and in one instance to hatred. There were […]
Murder on the Basketball Court
What should have been a fun Sunday evening at the Faber’s Road basketball court, turned deadly. 34-year-old Marlon Bonner of a Faber’s Road address was gunned down. Assistant Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams tells us more about the city’s latest murder and what the investigation has revealed so far. CHESTER WILLIAMS “Sometime around 4pm on […]
Silver Sedan and Cane Truck Collide in Northern Belize
On Friday night a road traffic incident on the Phillip Goldson Highway, left three persons injured. A silver Volkswagon and a cane truck were involved in the incident. Eighteen year old William Zabaneh was the driver of the Volkswagon while the cane truck was driven by thirty five year old Alfredo Perez. Inspector Nicholas Palomo, […]
Math Remains Problematic with Poor Performance in PSE 2016
Friday we told you of the results of the Primary School Examination. We erred when we listed the top five performers as this year’s results indicate ties in several positions. The top score for the 2016 PSE was three hundred and ninety one out of a possible four hundred points, earned by two students: Kenly […]
IMF Report is Alarming, Says Mayor Bernard
On May 26, 2016 we brought you the story on the preliminary report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on the outlook for Belize following a 2-week assessment done in-country by one of their teams. The report cited several causes for concern, starting with the slowing of the economy and the increase of the country’s […]
Dreamscapes of Belize: A Sham Revealed from Panama Papers
In early April came the revelation of a set of documents leaked from the Mossack Fonseca firm called the Panama Papers. It is a very extensive collection of files that has had many public figures, investors and politicians facing criminal charges and other forms of repercussions after reports of untoward business deals. Belize became a […]
Fisheries Department Releases Map of Managed Access Fishing Areas
This morning the Fisheries Department launched the Manage Access Map detailing nine fishing areas in Belize. For the past three years the department has been consulting with fishermen to regulate fishing turfs. Fisheries Department Administrator Beverly Wade spoke about the importance of manage access. BEVERLY WADE “Manage access is huge for Belize. As you well […]
Traditional Haul Day Goes Awry for Crooked Tree Fishers
Last week there was a situation at the Crooked Tree Haul Day as it is referred to. It is a day on which fishermen are given a license to fish in the area which is a natural reserve. But last week when fishermen went out to the lagoon, things got out of control, after it […]
Godfrey Smith Pens Biography of Jamaica’s 4th PM
Former Government Minister and Attorney General, Godfrey Smith had won the Bocas Literary Prize in 2012 for the best work in non-fiction when he wrote the biography, George Price: A Life Revealed. The former politician who still practices law has been busy penning his second book which is due to be published by the 25-year-old […]
Mahogany Heights man gunned down
There was a murder in Mahogany Heights on Thursday night. According to police, sometime around 8:40 p.m. shots were fired on the dirt road leading into Mahogany Heights Village. When the gunshots seized, 51-year-old Lyndon Murillo, a watchman of Mahogany Heights, was lying on the ground dead. Po...
Belize City man clings to life after shooting incident
Shots were also fired in Belize City and a 25 year old man was hit and is clinging to life. 25-year-old Deshawn Young was shot to the chest, neck and shoulder sometime around 9:30 p.m in the area of Laura Dunn Street, Antelope Street Extension. Young was then taken to the hospital where his conditi...
CCJ dismisses Maurice Tomlinson immigration case
The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has dismissed an application in its original jurisdiction by homosexual Jamaican attorney Maurice Tomlinson against the immigration laws of Belize and Trinidad and Tobago. Tomlinson alleged that the existence of laws purporting to deny homosexuals and prostitutes...
Bahamas Says NO To Constitutional Amendments in Referendum
In related news, The Bahamas strongly voted “NO” to four Amendment Bills to their Constitution by Referendum this week. The results from the Referendum were made public on June 7, 2016, and the move is considered a victory for Family Values and protections for the Natural Family. The four defeated ...
Jail for Bulgarians accused of ATM theft
The men accused of stealing from the Belize Bank’s automated teller machine were told today that they will spend twelve months in jail. Senior Magistrate Sharon Fraser imposed a custodial sentence on 28 year old Jeorji Petrov, and 25 year old Halid Yuksel Aptula, accused of stealing money through fr...
Stolen vehicle still missing; thief caught on video
Yesterday we told you about a vehicle which was stolen in the middle of the day from the parking lot of Angelus Press in Belmopan. The owner of the grey forerunner told us what happened yesterday. Andrew Williams, Victim of Car Theft: What happened is at about 12:12 this afternoon I got a phone cal...
Tek widout ask but bring back when yuh dun da nuh tief
Learned Attorney and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon. Wilfred Elrington, says that when Guatemalans took the Belizean Farmer’s tractor by force and took it into Guatemalan territory on May 12, it was for an understandable reason; after all they had a fire to fight and the Belizeans had a tracto...
Breaking Belize News
Save-U security stop cheese shoplifting
This evening, alert security personnel at Save-U supermarket in Belize City foiled an alleged shoplifting attempt targeting the popular Dutch cheese. While Save-U management would not speak on the record nor share surveillance footage of the incident as police have gotten involved, information provided […]
Who stopped Crooked Tree fishermen from working lagoon?
Trouble has been reported with fishermen in the village of Crooked Tree off the Philip Goldson Highway. Last week a majority of the village’s fishermen were stopped from getting into the waters on a scheduled “haul day,” when fisher folks are allowed to catch […]
UDP wins 2nd round of northern village council elections
Round two of the village council elections took place on Sunday, June 12 and in the north, the United Democratic Party (UDP) claimed victory in most communities. In the Corozal district, the UDP claimed seats in Santa Clara and Louisville villages. In Chan Chen, […]
Tilapia Workshop underway
Last week more than 20 aquaculture producers and others in related professions took part in a “Wonderful Tilapia Farming Workshop” at Independence High School. The workshop was aimed at “enhancing the tilapia production industry in Belize, to improve the economic condition and nutrition of […]
GOB condemns Orlando shooting
In a press release issued late this evening the Government of Belize condemned the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida this past weekend. Here is that press release in its entirely: The Government of Belize expresses distress and sorrow over the senseless killing and injuring of […]
Mother slaps teacher over exam review
A domestic who is accused of slapping her son’s teacher over exam notes was today arraigned in the Belize City Magistrate’s Court for the offense of common assault. 35 year old Domestic, Sophie Suzanne Myvett, a resident of Jane Usher Boulevard, Belize City, was granted […]
Five years for assault on girlfriend
“I gwaan dah jail feh five years for my own girlfriend…” That is the lament of 31 year old Waylon Martinez after he pleaded guilty to one count of sexual assault upon a woman he is alleged to have ambushed and squeezed in her private area. […]
Teachers and parents conclude Early Childhood Education training
Twenty teachers and 25 parents who completed training in Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Classroom Management, Leadership, Parenting Skills, Intermediate Computer Skills and First Aid Training will be certified this week in northern Belize. The program, led by the Belize Social Investment Fund (SIF), […]
Orange Walk teen missing
Orfa Chi, a 49-year-old resident of Santa Cruz Village, Orange Walk District, reported to police that her daughter, 14-year-old Suemi Lizeth Chi, is missing. She was last seen Wednesday of last week. She told police that at 3:30 p.m. on that day, Suemi left home to go to the […]
Over 25k lost in Placencia burglary
Manager of Ranguana Resort and resident of Placencia Village, Maxine White, 55, reported to police yesterday that sometime between 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday and 5:00 p.m. on Saturday of last week, her home was burglarized. Twent thousand dollars in cash, passports, jewelry, other personal […]
Man murdered in Sunday evening shooting
A Belize City resident of Fabers Road, Marlon Bonner, 34, was shot multiple times yesterday evening while at his neighborhood’s basketball court and died at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital (KHMH). Initial investigation revealed that Bonner was on the court when a lone gunman approached […]
Managed access of fisheries launched countrywide
Belize’s fishermen and others who enjoy the marine bounty are being asked to be more careful about their usage as part of a program sponsored by the Fisheries Department. Within eight broadly defined areas spanning the length of Belize’s coast, certain areas will be designated […]
Learning to do with out some of the basics — like water and cable TV
We are living in a time of scarcity, here on Ambergris Caye.
For one, we are running out of water. This is a seasonal thing. We have just come through the dry season. June 1 marked the beginning of the rainy season but, as with all man-made criteria, Nature has its own schedule.
Oh, we’ve had a few showers, mostly in the evening, but none of the torrential rains we are expecting.
Meanwhile, one cistern in our condo complex ran dry last week — at around 10 p.m. These are fed from rainwater rolling off the roof. The residents had to make do until staff could run a hose from one of the buildings with a greater supply. Each building has its own rainwater entrapment system, but occupancy varies. The one that ran dry feeds the local bar and recently housed a large family in the penthouse (with Jacuzzi , I’m told).
So, yeah, their cistern ran out first.
A restaurant up the road had a load of water trucked in yesterday, as a precautionary measure. It wouldn’t do to run dry with dirty dishes in the sink and customers clamoring for food!
The History of the Caribbean Spiny Lobster Industry on San Pedro
The first few decades of the twentieth century brought the beginning of Belize’s spiny lobster industry. Belizeans had traditionally rejected lobsters as “trash fish” and made no effort to exploit them. In the early 1920s as the North American lobster industry was declining, an American and a Canadian founded cannery to process lobster tails for export to the US market. The fishermen who sold their lobster tails to them received only 1₵ per pound. From these tentative beginnings grew a successful lobster industry that produced the country’s most valuable marine export from roughly World War II to present day. With the lobster fishery came the first freezer boat to purchase lobster tails directly from fishermen and transport them to the USA. After World War II, buyers sent more vessels with freezers and established processing and cold storage facilities in Belize City, thus permitting full-time, year-round lobster production.
6 Awesome Things To Do in Belize
With its mild weather, spectacular beaches and rich history, Belize is one of the most popular places to visit or live. With so many great things to do in Belize, no wonder it was selected by international publications such as U.S. News and World Report, AARP and the Boston Herald as a top retirement location. With the beautiful swaying palm trees, and amazing sunsets and remote islands with white sand beaches, you will surely not want to leave once you are here. Listed below are just a few of the wonderful things to see and do in Belize.
Your Belize Cooking Guide: How to Make Conch Fritters
One thought that is sure to stir up your appetite and get your taste buds clamoring for a tasty meal, is that of Belizean Cuisine. Fear not though, as it’s the second week of June and that means it’s time for another “How to” cooking guide featuring one of Belize's most popular appetizers - Conch Fritters.
This succulent seafood selection (say that 3 times fast), is made from fresh conch, coated in a custom-made batter and fried to golden perfection. These delicacies can be enjoyed as a first course meal at local, seaside restaurants, as finger food at a party, or as a quick snack when on-the-go.
If you're a foodie like us, you'll be sure to enjoy our cooking guide to creating this tasty Conch Fritters:
Mexico protests over Oaxaca teachers' leader arrest
Mexican police have arrested a teachers' union leader accused of siphoning off money raised illegally from union members in the southern city of Oaxaca.
Ruben Nunez has led a decade-long fight for better pay and working conditions. His supporters say Mr Nunez is innocent, accusing the Mexican government of having political reasons to arrest him. They have set up roadblocks around Oaxaca to demand his release.
The union has also called for demonstrations in Mexico City on Tuesday and Friday.
The Atlantic Slave Trade in Two Minutes
sually, when we say “American slavery” or the “American slave trade,” we mean the American colonies or, later, the United States. But as we discussed in Episode 2 of Slate’s History of American Slavery Academy, relative to the entire slave trade, North America was a bit player. From the trade’s beginning in the 16th century to its conclusion in the 19th, slave merchants brought the vast majority of enslaved Africans to two places: the Caribbean and Brazil. Of the more than 10 million enslaved Africans to eventually reach the Western Hemisphere, just 388,747—less than 4 percent of the total—came to North America. This was dwarfed by the 1.3 million brought to Spanish Central America, the 4 million brought to British, French, Dutch, and Danish holdings in the Caribbean, and the 4.8 million brought to Brazil.
Viewpoint: How British let one million Indians die in famine
It has been a difficult summer for India.
Drought and a searing heat wave have affected an astonishing 330 million people across the country.
But this summer also marks the 150th anniversary of a far more terrible and catastrophic climatic event: the Orissa famine of 1866.
Hardly anyone today knows about this famine. It elicits little mention in even the densest tomes on Indian history.
There will be few, if any, solemn commemorations. Yet the Orissa famine killed over a million people in eastern India.
In modern-day Orissa state, the worst hit region, one out of every three people perished, a mortality rate far more staggering than that caused by the Irish Potato Famine.
The Orissa famine also became an important turning point in India's political development, stimulating nationalist discussions on Indian poverty. Faint echoes of these debates still resonate today amid drought-relief efforts.
Delicious snow cones on Caye Caulker, 1/2min. I like mine with milk. With this heat you can never have enough ice. Wish I had one right now, yummy!!!
Steve Miller Band covering Prince's Purple Rain Live in San Pedro Belize 2016, 8min.
Drone footage of Marion Jones Sports Complex in Belize City, 3min. Get a birds eye view of the sports complex built in honor of Belize's Olympian Marion Jones.
LA VOZ KARAOKE 2016 - WEEK 9, 150min.
Gabriela Nava & Maria Eugenia Arreola of the Mexican Fund for the Conservation of Nature (FMCN) on their blue solution, 3min. Maria Eugenia Arreola and Gabriela Nava of the Mexican Fund for the Conservation of Nature (FMCN) on their solution “Mesoamerican Reef Leadership Program”. In 2010, the FMCN and The Summit Foundation launched the Mesoamerican Reef System (MAR) Leadership Program to contribute to the protection of the MAR by supporting high impact conservation projects. This is done through strengthening the capacities and leadership skills of young conservationists in Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, and Honduras that lead these projects. To date, MAR Leadership has trained 47 fellows from different backgrounds and sectors who are implementing marine conservation projects.
Belize 2016, 10min.
Belize Snorkeling Adventure 2016, 9.5min.
BELIZE VLOG : Day 1 & 2, 7min. Feeding Iguanas, Canoeing through Barton Creek Caves, and visiting Xunantunich are just the beginning!!
Belize Vo-Tech: 2015 Senior Speeches, 15min. The 2015 Seniors give their speeches at the Belize Vo-Tech graduation ceremony.
Belize. Descubrir un paraíso místico es posible. Capítulo 3: El gran mar, 3min. Nos adentramos en el mar y sus maravillas.
Wild Fire at Payne's Creek National Park, Belize, 3min. Live footage of a wild-fire that swept through Payne's Creek National Park in southern Belize in May. Hunting is thought to be the most likely reason for the fire, which destroyed approximately 5,000 acres of savanna and wetlands. Payne's Creek National Park is home to many bird species, the most prevalent being the endangered yellow-headed parrot.