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San Pedro Lions roar at 41st anniversary celebration
The San Pedro Lions Club on Ambergris Caye celebrated its 41st Anniversary on Saturday, October 15th. Guests, including Lions’ club members, family and friends, gathered at the Lions Den to acknowledge past and present accomplishments with a special ceremony.
Master of Ceremonies Lion Angel Nuñez established protocol by addressing the crowd on the importance of them attending this commemoratory event. After singing the National Anthem, and an invocation by Father Scott, a moment of silence was offered to remember all deceased Lion members. Lion Raul Castillo had the honors to install new Lion members. A total of eight new members were inducted to the club, and three previously inactive members were reinstated. MC Nuñez also installed 13 new Leos into the San Pedro Leos Club, bringing it to total of 46 Leos and 32 Lions members. Much applause was given to Lion President Nigel Belisle for having the most membership in any Lion presidency. Each member was accompanied by their sponsor, and received their service jackets, as well as a pin.
Seismic Operations Suspended
Based on multiple concerns raised by concerned citizens regarding the seismic survey currently being conducted in the deep offshore of Belize as well as the fact that extensive consultation with a wider ground of stakeholders did not occur prior the commencement of the survey, the Government of Belize (GOB) has decided that it will suspend seismic operations until such consultations can be conducted. Accordingly, the Geology and Petroleum Department will inform the ship that they are to cease seismic operations immediately.
Belizeans Demand Government to Stop Seismic Survey
In a press release to the Government of Belize, The Belize Tourism Industry Association (BTIA) has expressed its concern and disappointment at the recent announcement made by the Government of Belize approving seismic testing in Belize’s offshore areas and near our Belize Barrier Reef System.
BTIA stated that its specific concern is about the lack of information and insufficient consultation on the part of the Government of Belize. Very little information was shared with the public and key stakeholders before the decision on the multi-beam and seismic testing was made. There was also insufficient consultation with the tourism, fisheries and environmental sectors, as well as with the general public, prior to considering any decision on this matter.
This was the issue that was most upsetting to the community of San Pedro, Caye Caulker and even residents of Hopkins and Placencia who attended an informative session on the Regional Seismic Survey, hosted by the Belize Tourism Board this morning, Thursday, October 20, 2016, on Ambergris Caye.
Belize Prime Minister Announces Changes in Cabinet
The Sen. Hon. Godwin Hulse becomes the new Minister of Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries, the Environment and Sustainable Development, while also keeping the Immigration portfolio.
Minister of State Hon. Dr. Omar Figueroa remains in that Ministry to focus on Forestry, Fisheries, Environment and Sustainable Development, and Minister of State Hon. Beverly Williams will continue to concentrate on Immigration.
Senator Hulse gives up the Police (Home Affairs) portfolio, which will now be assumed by the Prime Minister Rt. Hon. Dean Barrow who becomes Minister of Finance and Home Affairs. To assist the Prime Minister in this regard, the Hon. Elodio Aragon, Jr. will move from the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture to become Minister of State in the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Misc Belizean Sources
Belize's Exclusive Economic Zone
Now the subject of controversial seismic exploration. Today I experienced firsthand the sound of airgun blasts underwater. Diving on the East side of Turneffe just a little North of Cock Roach Cut I heard what sounded like thunder. The day was overcast, so it didn't seem strange that there might be a storm building nearby. Shortly after, there was a second thunder clap, then another and another. I looked around at the other divers to see if they noticed anything unusual. Suddenly it struck me that what I was hearing wasn't thunder, but the sound of the seismic airgun blasts. The calm of my underwater escape had been interrupted by blasts of acoustic energy reverberating through ocean. The fish around us seemed to sense the disturbance too, everything seemed to be on edge. I reluctantly ended the dive, the fear that the source of the blasts was near and could cause harm was overwhelming. Unlike divers, marine life can't exit the water to seek safety. Today I experienced the confusion and fear all life caught in the range of seismic testing share.
Artist Service Day at Stann Creek House of Culture means sprucing up the place!
Work going in. Little by little. We will get there.
Belize crew at WOMEX!
The world's leading music expo is a great venue for promoting Belizean talent and bringing back fresh ideas and resources to the local music scene.
Offshore Oil Exploration Conference in San Pedro
The controversial Belize Tourism Board presentation on the currently ongoing seismic survey in Belizean waters has ended with Area Representative Honorable Manuel Heredia Jr. promising to lobby with the Prime Minister Dean Barrow for the research to stop until a proper consultation can be done. Residents of San Pedro have demanded a response from Heredia by 2PM today or industrial action will be taken to seize the operations. All concerned residents are invited to the Lions Den at 2PM for the follow up meeting.
SBDC Workshop: Customer Service for Management and Business Owners
Mrs. Nilda Riverol and Mrs. Vicky Heredia, Manager and Business Advisor SBDCBelize, Beltraide. Location:
BTEC Training Room, ITVET Compound, Freetown Road, Belize City.
Workshop Date: October 27th, 2016. Time: 9am to 3pm. This training seminar on providing good customer service gives you the skills you need to communicate professionally, gain respect, enhance customer relationships and secure an overall competitive advantage through customer service excellence.
Streets in Arenal a disgrace
Maybe the minister Erwin Contreras. You ashamed to see our streets and sent them to compose. We have been left here in arenal. It is necessary to go out to protest for our streets, maybe that is the language which the minister understands. Because yah we are tired of asking for that write our streets and not asen case.
SEISMIC OPERATIONS SUSPENDED
Based on multiple concerns raised by concerned citizens regarding the seismic survey currently being conducted in the deep offshore of Belize as well as the fact that extensive consultation with a wider group of stakeholders did not occur prior the commencement of the survey, the Government of Belize (GOB) has decided that it will suspend seismic operations until such consultations can be conducted. Accordingly, the Geology and Petroleum Department will inform the ship that they are to cease seismic operations immediately.
The GOB remains committed to the conservation and sustainable use of our natural resources.
Prime Minister Signs Commencement Order for 13th Senator
The Office of the Prime Minister announces that the Honorable Prime Minister today signed the commencement order to give effect to the provisions relating to the appointment of the thirteenth senator pursuant to the Belize Constitution Sixth Amendment Act.
This order takes effect on 20th January, 2017. The three months will be used to facilitate the necessary consultations with the NGOs to work out the mechanism for selection of the thirteenth senator.
Minister of NEMO and Area Representative for Belize Rural Central
Hand over Houses to Hurricane Earl Victims in Ladyville and Lord’s Bank
Minister of National Emergency Management Hon. Edmond Castro and Area Representative for Belize Rural Central Hon. Beverly Williams Castillo were in Ladyville and Lord’s Bank yesterday, October 19, 2016, handing over houses to victims of Hurricane Earl whose homes had been damaged beyond repair by the storm in early August.
They handed over a total of six (6) houses which were completed, and inspected ongoing construction and repair works on a number of other houses in the area. These are out of a total of 185 homes that are to be constructed by the end of November or early December in the four districts most severely affected by Hurricane Earl, namely Belize District, Cayo, Stann Creek and Orange Walk. To date, a total of 124 new houses have been completed.
BEL Replaces Transmission Structures Broken in Traffic Accident
Belize Electricity Limited (BEL) is completing replacement of two transmission structures that were severely damaged in a traffic accident early this morning, resulting in a countrywide power interruption.
At 1:29 a.m. customers across the country experienced power interruptions lasting 11 minutes to 3 hours when a vehicle was accidentally driven off the George Price Highway near Mile 8, hitting a down guy (cable which holds the pole in place) and causing two transmission line poles to break.
BEL immediately activated its restoration plan for impacts on the transmission system.
Corozal Power interruption on Saturday October 22nd
Oooops! Pardon the Power Interruption. BEL announces via text message that there will be a power interruption on Saturday October 22nd, from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. for the entire Corozal District to replace pole on transmission.
Power interruption 8:00am to 1:00pm, Saturday, October 22, Belize City
Waight St, Fairweather St, Neals Pen Rd, Mex Ave, Kut Ave, Euphrates Ave, Habet St, Albert St & Albert St West. BEL to relocate high voltage lines in area.
Belmopan Tourism Expo
The Belmopan chapter of the Belize Tourism Industry Association is having their first annual Belmopan Tourism Expo on Saturday, November 5th. It'll be at the George Price Center, and goes from 10:00am to 5:00pm.
Another great postcard from WOMEX!
Earlier today some of our Belizean delegation meeting with Jose Francisco Avila owner of Garifuna Afro-Lantino Music Enterprise.
Belize International Film Festival Nations
Our interactive map shows the many countries that are represented in this year's festival! Each pin represents a country represented at BIFF 2016. Click to see the titles!
Paradise Theater playing this weekend:
Nine Lives, Patient Seven, Bad Moms, Sausage Party
GOB Forced to Shutdown Seismic Survey, Pronto!
For the past 2 days, you've been hearing a lot about the multibeam and seismic surveys that the Department of Environment gave the greenlight to without an environmental impact assessment. Oceana Belize and the other conservation organizations had been resisting the Government's decision to participate in the regional survey, and with the help of the tour guide community, they successfully forced the Government to backpedal almost as fast as they approved it.
Now, the public learned of this survey only 3 weeks ago. The planned area was in the marine territory of Belize, east of the barrier reef inside the Exclusive Economic Zone, but excluding all marine protected areas, and well away from tourist activity, and fish spawning sites.
It caught most of the general public off-guard, and with the pressure that the conservationists brought on, the Department of Environment was forced to conduct public consultations. The problem with that plan however, is that the vessel Northern Explorer, which belongs to the global seismic survey company, Seabird Exploration, was already in Belize. This picture and video footage of the vessel inside Belizean waters, was taken by conservationists in a fly-over yesterday. At around 1 this afternoon, when we checked the vessel's location, on vesselfinder.com, it was located off the coast of Caye Caulker, and they had already started surveying.
Coalition Ecstatic About Victory, But Not Satisfied To Leave It At That
And after a decisive victory today in San Pedro, the Coalition returned to the mainland to tell us what happened, and what the future looks like in the fight against offshore oil exploration.
Amanda Acosta - Belize Audubon Society:
"Well today was a great show of the power of the people and the reality is that from the beginning of the week we've been getting out the information to everybody nationwide, coastal communities, tourism sector, across the country truthfully and what we have seen is that they are rallying and their voices were actually heard. And what we got today was a positive response in that there has been a press release of the ceasing of the seismic activity that had already commenced."
Ingrid Ferlo, LOVE FM:
"At this point we don't really know for how much time it's halted, how important is it to be vigilant?"
Education Minister Faber Offers Palacio To Pay Some Teachers' Salaries
The teachers' strike has ended, but the teachers are angry because government has said it will not pay the strike teachers for the days of work that they missed. The union calls it "bad faith", and warns that it has only put the strike "on hold".
Up to yesterday government was holding the line, but tonight there is some suggestion of softening that hardline. A letter sent today from the Minister of Education Patrick Faber to Teachers Union President Luke Palacio makes two proposals. First, that the BNTU uses its strike fund to pay the teachers, and second, at the point when that fund is insufficient, quote, "the Ministry of Education is willing to subsidize the payment to teachers."
9 Years Later, PM Signs Commencement Order for 13th Senator
So, while the Minister of Education may just have to gift wrap that olive branch, the Prime Minister wasted no time in fulfilling the commitments he made in those heated strike negotiations. Today, he signed the commencement order for the 13th senator.
A press release from the Government says, quote, "This order takes effect on 20th January, 2017. The three months will be used to facilitate the necessary consultations with the NGOs to work out the mechanism for selection of the thirteenth senator. End Quote.
A week ago, the Prime Minister explained why the 3-month delay is necessary to ensure that the 13th Senator will be properly identified:
Man Freed Of Charge For Causing Wife's Death In Accident
Traffic Officer Calvin Cumberbatch was behind the wheel when his wife, famed money lender Pamela Bennett-Cumberbatch was killed in an accident on New Year's Day, 2016. Cumberbatch - who himself was badly injured - had to recover from his own injuries, and then contend with grieving for his wife, while facing charges for causing her death, and that of the man in the other vehicle, 80 year old Alfredo Navaratte.
But today, the 35 year old Cumberbatch's load was lightened when he was freed of all charges in an appearance before Senior Magistrate Sharon Fraser. The withdrawal was based on a directive from the DPP's office because quote, "the counsel advising on the file saw no evidence supporting the charges laid". Cumberbatch was charged with 2 counts of manslaughter by negligence and other traffic related offences.
Regularizing Daily Movement Of Hundreds of Guatemalan Students
Exactly two years ago, we told you all about the hundreds of Guatemalan children who cross the western border from Melchor every day to attend primary and high schools in Belize. It's a decades old practice where the Guatemalans send their kids to Belize to learn English, and to benefit from an education system that's better than their one. But, officially, it just passed under the radar, most of the kids would just cross daily without even being processed through the immigration point because they were regulars. No record would be made of their crossing.
Well, finally, that has changed. The Department of Immigration has activated a long dormant provision for student permits. It regularizes the movement of these students - about 650 of them daily - and it provides revenue for government, since each card costs 70.00 dollars for a Guatemalan citizen. Surprisingly, there was no great resistance from the Guatemalan parents who seemed eager to formalize their children's movements. Reports tell us that lines formed at the Immigration office on the Belize side and at the end of it, over 650 student passes were issued.
Financial Advisor Urges GOB To Lower Rates on T-Notes & Bills
With the Belize economy in recession, and US currency as scarce as a ham leg on Christmas Eve, the chamber of commerce today looked to financial advisor Ervin Perez for advice. He holds quarterly sessions with private sector stakeholders and today the subject was government's financing of domestic debt with treasury bills and notes. Now, to the layperson that may sound about as exciting as watching grass grow, but Perez says it could translate into lower interest rates on lending from commercial banks, and lower interest expense for taxpayers:...
Ervin Perez, Managing Director - Lagacy Fund:
"It's important for us especially in this current economic time that government's financing of debt is the more efficient. This also translates to the private sector because government debt and the cost of government paste is kind of like the bench mark on what private sector has to pay. Simply put, the private sector always have to pay a risk premium over government debt rate. So if government pays 5% on some treasury note, private sector will normally have to pay 5 plus a premium of 3-4% more on a same instrument of a same maturity."
MOE Counting The Ways To Deduct Salaries
Earlier in the news, we told you about the compromise that the Minister of Education proposed to the BNTU to ensure that the teachers who went on strike will still be paid for their 11 strike days. Well, defusing those tensions is important because if things come to a head again, the teachers could end up going back on strike.
So right now, the teachers have the Deputy Prime Minister's proposal, which was delivered this evening, but they also have to consider that if they can't reach an agreement their pay will be docked. Earlier in the day, the Chief Education Officer, Dr. Carol Babb, sent out another memorandum to the managing authorities of the schools. In it, she gives step by step guidelines on how they should go about docking the pay for the teachers who went on strike. They are advised to take the entire month's salary for a teacher, divide it by 31 days, and that amount is what that teacher earns for one day. Since the teachers were on strike for 11 days, the amount for 1 day should be multiplied by 11. Dr. Babb's memo says quote, "Please note that the entire (amount) should be deducted in one payment" End quote. That means that the Ministry is expecting that the teachers would not get any financial ease with partial deductions.
Teachers Were Warned About Strike Pay Deduction
We stress that was yesterday, before the Minister offered a compromise. But, nonetheless, the pay cut is on the minds of all the teachers who went on strike - who were warned that it could be the penalty for striking.
We dug into our coverage of the 11-day strike, to find a few choice comments which show clearly that the teachers knew that there could be dire dollar consequences for their participation
Here's that story:
Hon. Elena Smith, Labour/Civil Society Senator:
"Don't let the BNTU say come out again and you get those calls from those persons within the ministry to tell you that you must go to school and if you don't go to school you lose a day pay. If you don't go to school you might not have a job, you might be transferred. So what if we tell them that if they can't govern this country properly we will get them out of office? Ah, that should be what we are doing. What is good for the goose is good for the gander."
Cargo Truck Accident Cayuses Nationwide Power Outage
If you woke up at around 1:30 am because the fan went off, you weren't alone - the entire country experienced the same thing - and it was all because an errant cargo truck caused a lamp-post to snap.
It happened at mile 8 on the Western Highway where the truck hit one of the guy cables which holds the lamp - post in place, and that caused two transmission lines to break.
Some folks got power back within minutes, but the bulk of the consumer sin Belize, Cayo, Stann Creek and Toledo Districts went three hours without power.
BEL workers went into action to normalize everything, and works to replace the two transmission poles were scheduled for completion by 6:00 p.m. today.
Doctors Delivered Baby In Blackout
So while BEL workers were trying to restore power to most of the country, a team of Western Health Region doctors and nurses were trying to deliver a baby… in the dark! An 18 year old woman was in labor when the power went out. But instead of buckling in that very nerve-wracking situation, the doctors did the best they could and turned on their flashlights on their phones and delivered a baby. It is a miracle that the mother and her baby survived. Director of Health Services Dr. Marin Manzanero told us more about this case and explained that there is nothing they could do because the last time they checked, the 2 generators were working just fine.
Dr. Marvin Manzanero - Director of Health Services:
"The female was in labor when the blackout occurred. As we understand, it was minutes before she actually delivered. The delivery was documented at 1:51am this morning. The delivery was uneventful, that means that the baby and the mom and doing okay which is I think an important issue that needs to be highlighted. What I think needs to be clarified is the concern that we don't have a generator. I think we need to remind everybody that we do have a generator, 2 generators at the western region..."
Men Make Allegations Against GSU
The GSU have managed to stay out of the news recently, but, this morning we received reports of an incident involving a Belize City fisherman and the GSU. According to Joshua Gillet, who is from the Conch Shell Bay Area, the GSU jumped him this morning a little before 9am. Gillet claims he wasn't doing anything wrong, but that the GSU has been targeting and abusing him and others in the area. He came to our studio this morning, just after the incident to tell us what happened.
Joshua Gillet - Fisherman:
"Well sir, I was in the area of Conch Shell Bay, taking [#%!], and I went in an abandoned spot and GSU pulled up. They ask me to go on the ground for them, so I went on the ground. Then when I was on the ground another one asked me to get up, so I got up and then they put me in the mud. They put me down in the mud, shoved me in the mud. Then when I was in the mud they started to stamp me, you get the sense. And when I turned around to ask why they were beating me, one of them asked the big man who was running the crowd, Mr. Fergeson, to step one side, and Mr. Fergerson stepped on side and they shot me, boss. With a rubber bullet. I didn't do anything. We don't kill anybody at Conch Shell Bay, boss. Why are they coming to beat us, boss? The day before the same crowd came to be boss, and this is what they did to me, they put up gun signs at me, you get the sense, boss?"
Today Scotia Bank donated $100,000 for hurricane relief efforts. Now we know, it has been 2 months since Earl hit Belize, but there are many families still in need of help. At a short afternoon ceremony, Scotia Bank handed over $60,000 to Hand in Hand Ministries, $35,000 to the Belize Red Cross and also gave scholarships to the Deborah Humes' 2 daughters. As you will remember, Humes, the Soca Moca band member was crushed beneath a house on Dolphin Street. We spoke to the Managing Director of Scotia bank about the donation , as well as the recipients.
Humes' daughters got $2,500 each. Alesha Hylton is in Standard 6 and the scholarship will pay for her 1st form tuition, fees and books. For Primelie Humes, her share will go to paying for her 2nd form tuition and fees.
The Face Of Winston
Earlier this week we had a phone interview with Winston Thompson from the Toledo District. He was one of 6 Belizeans held by the Guatemalan Navy after they were found fishing in the Gulf of Honduras. And while we got to hear his voice, we didn't get to see him. Here he is now telling PG TV's Wil Maheia about his threat assessment when the Guatemalan Navy had the group held:...
Thompson says he believes the Guatemalan Navy Vessel coming out of the Port Honduras Marine Reserve in Belize territory.
Seismic Testing Stopped Following Public Outcry
People’s power – that’s what moved government into action today. For days, environmentalists and other stakeholders have been on high alert. G.O.B. had given the green light for offshore seismic [...]
Coalition of Environmentalists Claims Victory
This evening members of the Belize Coalition to Save Our Natural Heritage held a celebratory press briefing at the Audubon Society’s headquarters. The representatives of the Belize Tourism Industry Association; [...]
Next Step is Firming Up Moratorium and Moving Toward Petroleum Ban
The surveys being conducted before the suspension was announced involved two separate methodologies: multi-beam and seep sea surveys. It is the latter that has the environmental community up in arms [...]
Community Will Monitor Ship Involved in Seismic Testing
The local fishing and tourism community is keeping an eye on the ship involved in the survey. While it is not clear where it will be berthing tonight, the World [...]
Ministry of Education Issues Plans for Deduction to Salaries
Having put their strike on hold, the teachers are still facing another battle; this time, its salary deductions for the striking days. Today, the Chief Education Officer Doctor Carol Babb [...]
Luke Palacio Insists Ministry Has No Authority Over Deductions
The total monthly salary is to be divided by the number of days in the month – thirty-one; then multiplied by the total number of days the teacher is out [...]
B.N.T.U. Rejects Call to Use Strike Fund to Pay Teachers’ Salaries
Late this evening, News Five obtained a letter from Minister Faber sent to Luke Palacio. The letter makes two proposals in which the ministry is softening its position. Faber proposes [...]
Minister Wilfred Elrington Says School Managements Will Decide
To pay or not to pay the protestant teachers; that’s the position that schools management are faced with following an eleven-day strike effected by the Belize National Teachers Union. While [...]
Finally, the 13th Senator – But B.N.T.U. Wants “Black and White”
There will finally be a thirteenth member appointed to the Upper House, the Senate. However, it will come twenty days into the New Year. With little fanfare, the Government Press [...]
Is Delay With 13th Senator Related to Senate Select Committee?
Opposition representative Kareem Musa acknowledges the steadfast effort of the B.N.T.U. in forcing government to sign the commencement order. However, he believes that the three-month delay in appointing the N.G.O. [...]
Foreign Affairs Minister Believes New Senator Will Not Help Gridlock
Minister of Foreign Affairs Wilfred Elrington is of an entirely different position. He maintains that despite introducing the idea of a thirteenth senator several years ago, it has become apparent [...]
Speaker of the House to Sue Attorney General & Auditor General
There is a most unprecedented case to report tonight. No other than the Speaker of the House of Representatives has launched a law suit against his own government. Michael Peyrefitte [...]
Samuel Haynes Institute Sued Over Little Girl’s Injuries From Falling Gate
Four-year-old Brenae Timmons was seriously injured on January twenty-ninth when a wrought-iron gate fell on top of her while playing in the compound at the Samuel Haynes Institute. The incident [...]
Pickstock Representative Dismisses Suit as “Politics”
Pickstock Area Representative Wilfred Elrington, whose brainchild is the Samuel Haynes Institute, says the unfortunate incident is being used as a political football. He dismissed the claim altogether. Isani [...]
Foreign Minister Denies Doug Singh Under Investigation, Facing Extradition
There has been rampant speculation since Wednesday about a predawn raid at the business place of businessman Doug Singh in the City. Speaking from Thailand by phone, the highly connected [...]
B.N.T.U. Receives Terms of Reference for Danny Mason/Llewellyn Lucas Investigation
There is one more issue over which the B.N.T.U. has received further good news. The Union, among many others, had demanded from Government an international investigation by law enforcement authorities [...]
Fire Claims House on Iguana Street Extension
On Tuesday, we told you about a fire that gutted a home on the south side of Belize City. Sometime after eleven on Monday night, fire woke up residents on [...]
Was Alleged Arson Related to Weekend Shooting Incident?
But was the fire an act of arson? Gill believes that the fire stemmed from a shooting incident on Saturday, three days before her house was set ablaze. She explains [...]
Seismic Testing Will Hurt Status of Barrier Reef as World Heritage Site
Earlier in the newscast, we heard about G.O.B.’s proposed seismic testing that has been put on hold following the tourism industry and conservation community’s uproar. On Wednesday, the Coalition told [...]
P.U.P. Asks for Audit of Lands Department
The P.U.P. says that they want an audit in the Department of Lands from 2008 to 2015 – the years when disgraced former Minister Gaspar Vega led the lands department. [...]
Time to Audit Petrocaribe and Belize Infrastructure Limited, Says P.U.P.
And while we are on it – Briceño says bring on the audit for the Petro Caribe funds and the Belize Infrastructure Limited. He says that he believes that the [...]
Healthy Living: Separating True and False Statements on Breast Cancer
It’s Breast Cancer Awareness month. It means it’s time for some education on this preventable form of cancer. In tonight’s Healthy Living, we test your breast cancer awareness as we [...]