Electricity rates go up once more
As of July 1, Belizeans will see an increase in their electricity bills. The Public Utilities Commission has approved a 6.24 percent average increase in the Mean Electricity Rate, an increase from its initial decision made some weeks ago. This translates to just under forty cents per kilowatt-hour. This is the PUC’s final decision in …
Caregivers learn child stimulation through art
The Department of Human Services’ Roving Caregivers Program is hosting Raquel Robles Pacheco as she trains members of the Roving Caregivers Program. Kim Vasquez Youth development Officer at NICH told us more. Kim Vasquez Youth development Officer at NICH: The Roving caregivers program is a program that is under the Department of human services, it …
PUC accepts Independent Expert’s recommendation for BEL interconnecting Caye Caulker to the national grid
Another matter that was subject to review by the Independent Expert was the matter of BEL interconnecting Caye Caulker to the national grid. The PUC believes it will be more cost effective for the company. Presently Caye Caulker runs on a diesel generator and is considered BEL’s most expensive cost of supply. The PUC had …
Basketball court in the Yabra community sees upgrade
The governments of Belize and the Republic of China Taiwan today inaugurated the Yarborough Court facility in Belize City. Our intern, Malique Mariano was there to report on the event. Reporter: The residents of Yabra now have access to a newly renovated basketball court. The initiative falls under Belize City House of Culture and Downtown …
National Testing Day sees shift in public response
The National Aids Commission held the annual National HIV testing Day. It was held simultaneously across the country. In Belize City it was held at the Battlefield Park. Arthur Usher Communications and Programs Officer at the National Aids Commission told us more. Arthur Usher, Communications and Programs Office, NAC: “Again the idea is to bring …
Government of Belize fines Santander Sugar Limited
Santander Sugar Limited has been fined by the Government of Belize for infractions that the Export Processing Zone Committee defined following meetings earlier this month. Minister of State of Trade and Investment Tracey Panton explains. Minister of State of Trade and Investment Tracey Panton: There were five infractions that the EPZ comity found and they applied the fine to the fullest extent …
San Pedro resident allegedly stabbed by his boss
San Pedro resident Marlon Escobar is recovering from stab wounds after he was attacked last night on the island. Police report that Escobar had a misunderstanding with his employer, Ahmad Musa, owner of Marlins Bar in San Pedro who is believed to have stabbed him four times in his back and once in his chest. …
Criminal and internal investigations ongoing in Camalote Police shooting
Police Corporal Luis Matute of Camalote Village remains on duty as the police department continues to investigate the incident in which the officer shot 44-year-old Truman Parham. As reported before, the incident happened around 6:30 on Monday evening. Today ACP Joseph Myvett explained what they understood happened after Parham reportedly entered Matute’s yard wielding a …
Shooting victim recovers, police seek three suspects
Police are looking for three persons in connection with the shooting of nineteen-year-old Valentino Ack. He was shot while walking in Bella Vista Village in the Toledo District on Tuesday night sometime after nine o’clock. ACP Myvette: Valerio back 19 years laborer of Bella Vista village was seen with serval gunshot injuries, one to his …
Foward Operating Base opened on Hunting Caye
A Strategic Forward Operating Base was opened on Hunting Caye on Wednesday. The facility, was completed with the assistance of the US Southern Command. Minister of National Security, John Saldivar says the base is a critical point for deterring illicit activities. Minister of National Security, John Saldivar: Hunting Caye has been an integral part of …
Still no leads on whereabouts of Kidnapped Omero Campos
The search for businessman Omero Campos is ongoing, but police say they are unable to say whether he is still alive. Campos …
Did a dispute lead Sabino Domiguez to his death?
Earlier this week Police charged two persons, 40-year-old Arnulfo Nunez and 39-year-old Hilcia Cano Arevalo, for the murder …
Police joins search for Clarence Brown
Police have also launched a search for 25-year-old Clarence Lorenzo Brown Junior who has been missing since June 13. He was …
Police are still looking for gunman who shot and injured four persons in Orange Walk
Police continue to work on establishing a motive for the shooting of four persons in Trial Farm Village in the Orange Walk D…
US Sanctions affect Belize’s ties with Venezuela
Under the PetroCaribe program, Belize received fuel from Venezuela through a special arrangement. The program was also able …
Waight: no plans in place to lower fuel prices
Motorists continue to lament the high price of fuel in Belize. A couple organizations have called on the Prime Minister to …
Murder, then suicide in Tacoma, Washington
A report from the Associated Press (AP) out of Tacoma, Washington, on Sunday confirmed that an American man, Malcolm Tucker, 49, killed his Belizean wife, Rushan Tucker, 35, and then killed himself.
According to news reports, Tucker took his two daughters, ages 19 and 8, to have breakfast on Sunday morning, June 24, and left them at a coffee shop, telling them that he was going to buy groceries.
When Tucker did not return after an hour had passed, his oldest daughter texted him.
Heritage Bank investigating fake emails
On Tuesday, the Amandala editor received an email, purportedly from Heritage Bank, which addressed a “dear user,” and stated that funds had been deducted from his account, and advised him to “login here” to see the amount deducted.
The most concerning part? The editor does not have an account at that bank.
There has been evidence on Facebook that suggests that others are receiving this email as well. When we called Heritage Bank, front desk personnel told us to “just disregard the email.” They also assured us that they were investigating to find the person or persons behind this scam.
Tonight, Warren Rudon, 17, shot dead on Lovely Lane
Just before 8:00 p.m. tonight, gunfire claimed the life of Warren Rudon, a 17-year-old minor who, according to street sources, was shot in the face on Lovely Lane and died.
When we arrived on the scene around 8:30 tonight, police confirmed that Rudon had already been taken to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital (KHMH). When we checked with hospital workers at the KHMH Emergency Room, we were directed to the morgue, where, they told us, the body had already been taken.
PUP battles PUP in court
In Belmopan, five persons had applied to contest the People’s United Party’s Belmopan constituency convention, but the applications of two of the applicants, Patrick Andrews and attorney Arthur Saldivar, were rejected by the PUP’s vetting committee.
The vetting committee gave the nod to retired military officer Oscar Mira, who is reportedly a favorite of PUP leader, Hon. John Briceño, and two other candidates, Weizsman Pat, a former public officer and Michelle Rodriguez, a newcomer to the PUP’s camp who has been rumored to be the “significant other” of Melvin “Flippin” Hulse, the former UDP Stann Creek West area representative.
Clarence Brown, 25, missing in San Pedro
Clarence Lorenzo Brown, 25, a tour guide of the DFC area of San Pedro, was reported missing on Thursday, June 21, by his mother, who has not seen him since June 13.
Brown’s motorcycle was found abandoned on an unnamed street in the town.
Police said that on the morning of June 13, Brown called his mother and told her that he was leaving his job for employment at another resort.
However, people at the resort where he said he had found work, said he did not come there and had not been seen.
Mothering a space to the next level: Margaret Reynolds and Spoken Word 501
For the past five years poet Margaret Reynolds has created a safe space of freedom for poets of all origins to share their poetry and the light of their voices and as she says “release it as it flows”. Margaret, with this simple and genius formula, has with the help of fellow poet Kyraan Gabourel, himself a sustaining force of this poetry night, and the contributions of over thirty poets, generated a space ripe with creative fire and the meaningful exchange of ideas. Through her respect for the word, the human imagination and her fellow artists, Margaret has mothered us poets into a family of creative sharing and listening and now publication.
FFB calls female players to begin training for Belize Girls’ U-15 National Team
The Belize Girls’ U-15 National Team will begin training to compete in the CONCACAF U-15 Girls’ Championship which will be held at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, USA from August 6-13, 2018.
The Football Federation of Belize (FFB) is calling the following players to camp on Saturday, June 30 to Monday, July 2. All players should be at the FFB HQ at 8:30 a.m.
Holy Family RC girls and Independence Primary boys win National Primary Schools Football Championship 2018
The female and male primary school champions from the six districts of the country converged on the capital city, Belmopan, last Friday, June 22, where they competed for the national primary school football championship of Belize. The female games were played at the FFB Stadium, while the boys played all except their championship finals at the Isidoro Beaton Stadium.
The champion teams representing their respective districts were:
Greetings once again from the Belize National Cricket Association (BNCA)!
As was reported last week, the playoffs for the Sir Barry Bowen Harrison Parks Cricket Competition 2018 has commenced. The first games of the three-game series of the first round was played on Saturday, June 23. The results are as follows:
Easy Does It won over Sunrise with a score of 189 to 67. For Easy Does It, Cyril Banner III was the Man of the Match, as he top scored with 31 runs and also took 4 wickets. For Sunrise, Jevon Wade top scored with 16 runs, and Mr. Edison Parks took 5 wickets.
Firms Basketball League 2018 tournament tips off with 6 weekend games at Civic
Here is a recap from the Firms Basketball League (FBL) Opening Night, June 22, games at the Belize Civic Center:
Leading Tuff E Nuff to an 85-65 victory over Gladiators was Douglas Valley with 25 points and 18 rebounds. For the Gladiators, Keith Pollard, Jr. came up with 14 pts and 14 rebs.
In the second game of the night, defending champs Dragons controlled the game from start to finish against Providers, to secure the 80-66 victory. Andrew Vasquez led the way for the Dragons, with an efficient 14 pts, 8 rebs and 4 assts. High man for Providers was Justin Bailey with 19 pts and 11 rebs.
The Ripper visits
A prominent figure in Belize City 1st Division football from the glory days of the 1970s, Phillip “The Ripper” Coye spent over an hour chatting with a couple of his former Charger teammates, yours truly, Chilor and Russell Vellos, and manager, The X, “back a di zinc fence” this morning. Of course, we happily reminisced on those football days and memorable events, and shared updates on the situation with some of our veteran ‘ballers, some of whom have passed, in recent days. An original Plaza ‘baller who grew up just across the street from Cinderella Plaza at the Coye family residence on Freetown Road, The Ripper has been making regular visits from the U.S., where he has resided the past few decades, and plans to soon return to retire permanently at his new home in Corozal.
Editorial: Belize or Israel: country or God?
There is a saying that there are no atheists in trenches, trenches being holes in the ground men dig during war to shelter themselves from bullets, artillery shells, bombs, and so on. (Atheists are people who don’t believe in God.) Scared to death as men are in these trenches during battle, everybody is praying to God, even those who may be non-believers or skeptical about His existence.
They say that religion is faith-based. There is a point where religious people have to embrace faith totally, and, in effect, abandon reason, or reasonable argument. In World War I, Christian England and Christian France were fighting against Christian Germany. Whose side was God on? In World War II, Christian England and Christian France were fighting against Christian Germany and Christian Italy, which is the home of the Vatican, incidentally. Whose side was God on? When Sunni Muslims and Shiite Muslims fight against each other, whom does Allah favor?
From the Publisher
This is a column I’ve wanted to write for a long time, but always kept putting off. In Belize, we are having a very difficult time educating all of our children. That is because the education system in Belize was designed, from the very beginning in the early nineteenth century, to prioritize the education of the children of the local elite, so as to enable them to compete at regional and international levels.
If you look at the hype following the recent primary school examinations (PSE), the media focus is on the student performances at the very top, such students being a small minority. Without demeaning the top students’ performances in any way, I would say their successes are reflective of the socio-economic comfort zone in which most of them were operating. The matter of all those children at the base who may be described as being rejected by the education system as it is presently structured, and as our society is presently structured, is not a matter on which Belizeans want to focus.
Boycott Israel, say George and Candy
We join with those who are protesting the decision of the government to allow for the Israeli police to train the Belize Police Department.
Belize voted to condemn the recent killings by Israeli Armed Forces of Palestinians who were non-violently protesting. Belize needs to stand firmly on the side of justice. That involves condemning Israel for all their atrocities.
Not only training by Israeli police and military must be banned; we also need to rescind the decision that allows Israelis to freely come and go through Belize without the need of a visa.
Why Guat oligarchy praying for a NO vote
This gentleman, Dean Wayland (see his letter to the editor last Friday), was pretty harsh on the YES to the ICJ vote. Hn, those of us who don’t have the ledda skin kud-a-get tochiz. Anyway, let’s skip cruelty and jump to his suggestion that we populate the border.
The idea of populating the border is not a new one. I get the sense that most Belizeans are with the idea of us setting down some real roots along that border line. For sure it would deter our aggressive neighbors. But the environmentalists say we need full “tree” protection in the critical watersheds in the Chiquibul and the Columbia forests. They have prevailed.
Looking back at pitbull attacks
In Tuesday’s Amandala, we reported that a 2-year-old boy, Kyle Carter, was viciously attacked by a pitbull that belonged to a family member who lives in a separate house in the yard in which the boy resides. Kyle’s grandmother expressed surprise about what happened, because, she said, the dogs in the yard were “used to” all the persons who lived there.
Around 7 p.m. on Saturday night, after Carter entered the yard with his mom, the pitbull suddenly rushed at Carter, sunk his teeth into his face, and dragged him around the yard. When the family finally pried the dog off of him, he was bleeding profusely. Later, at the hospital, Carter had to receive over 100 stitches in his face, and treatment for other injuries he suffered.
Pregnant woman and 3 others shot in Trial Farm
A mass shooting at Trial Farm left four persons, including a pregnant woman, injured, but thankfully, alive. The incident occurred on San Narciso Street at around 7:48 p.m. on Tuesday, June 26, at the home of one of the victims, Nazario Herrera, 25.
An initial investigation revealed that Herrera, his pregnant common-law-wife, Diana Ack, 26, and his two friends, Victor Ku, 19, and Monico Gomez, 20, were socializing in front of Herrera’s house, inside the yard, when a man opened the front gate, entered the yard, and started shooting.
Artists for Peace and Common Sense demonstrate against Israeli community police training
An unusual group of protesters, consisting of artists, musicians, writers, poets, historians and thinkers, went to Belmopan this afternoon and unfurled a large red banner with white lettering marked “Artists for Peace and Common Sense” in the vicinity of the National Assembly building, where they made a call to government ministers as they launched their protest against the training of a number of police officers by the Israeli state as part of a “Police and Community” course. Minister of State in the Ministry of National Security, Hon. Elodio Aragon, told 7News that the training being offered by the Israelis will last two weeks and is focused on community policing.
Accused killers of Santos Dominguez, 52, arrested 48 hours later
Police announced today that the suspected killers of Santos Sabrino Guerra Dominguez, 52, have been arrested. They are Arnulfo Nunez Gonzalez, 40, a farmer of the village, and his common-law wife, Hilcia Cano Arevalo, a domestic of the village.
Forty-eight hours after Dominguez’ death, Gonzalez and Arevalo were jointly charged with murder and were detained pending arraignment at the Belmopan Magistrate’s Court for the capital offense.
Dominguez, a Salvadoran who was visiting Franks Eddy, was hacked to death while walking home alone on a road in the village at about 1:30 Sunday morning.
Machete-man shot by cop
Thurman Parham, 44, a laborer of Camalote, is recovering at the Western Regional Hospital after being shot by Corporal Luis Matute of the Belmopan police.
Matute told police that he was at home at about 6:30 Monday evening, in his yard along with his family members, when Parham, armed with a machete, advanced towards him, uttering threatening words.
Matute, 43, said that when Parham, who lives in the village, came into the yard and advanced towards him, he identified himself as a police officer and ordered Parham to put down the machete.
Toddler, aged 2, recuperates from pitbull attack; dog put to death
A baby boy, aged two, is recuperating from wounds he suffered when a pitbull dog attacked him as he reached his house at #168 Raccoon Street Extension in Belize City on Saturday night. The baby and his mother, Briana Kelly, had just arrived at their […]
Family disputes police claim that man committed suicide at police station
Police say Lindberg Anthony, 56, a mechanic of Crooked Tree village, Belize district, used his own shirt to hang himself with while he was detained alone inside the holding cell at the Crooked Tree police station where one policeman was stationed on Saturday night. Ladyville […]
Teenager shot with pellet gun in Bella Vista village
Independence police are searching for three suspects, one of whome reportedly shot a 19-year-old Bella Vista resident with a pellet gun on Tuesday night. Valentino Ack was reportedly shot to his right leg, left foot and left arm while he was walking along an unnamed street in […]
Russel Hyde Jr. charged for shooting farmhand in Camalote
Russel Hyde Jr., son of the notorious late Russel Hyde, was charged by police on Tuesday for the Sunday evening shooting of Jose Gonzales, a farmhand who works on Hyde’s farm in Camalote village. Hyde Jr. was arraigned in the Belmopan Magistrate Court on charges of ‘aggravated […]
New book revisits rocky road to passage of Belize’s Domestic Violence Act
At one point in Belize’s history, marital rape was not deemed to be a crime and there were no laws to specifically protect domestic violence victims from vicious attacks perpetrated against them in the home. Today, though, thanks to lobbying efforts of groups like the […]
Gas price goes down following global trend
As promised by the Government of Belize, the price in the cost of fuel saw its first reduction this week, with diesel being the only fuel type to experience a change. On Monday the Belize Bureau of Standards announced that the price per gallon of Diesel would […]
Humans rescue manatee calf from sure death
Often times the sad news is that one or more manatees have been killed because of human recklessness with water crafts, but this week, it was a human in a boat who saved a baby manatee from sure death when the calf came under attack […]
Bad batch of Kellogg’s Smacks cereal in Belize?
As a matter of public safety, the Ministry of Health is warning Belizeans not to eat Kellogg’s Honey Smacks Cereal Products, because it has been linked to an outbreak of salmonella infections in the US. The Ministry sounded the alarm after the Centre for Disease Control and […]
Remittance inflow dips, according to latest World Bank estimates
Remittances to Belize were projected to reach a record US$100 million in 2017, according to an earlier estimate published online by the World Bank, but more recent reports indicate that remittance inflows to Belize may have fallen last year from a reported US$97 million to […]
Prime Minister is okay with CSME’s progress
Amidst criticism from that the Caribbean Community’s Single Market Economy (CSME) has not accomplished enough, Prime Minister Dean Barrow has come to the organization’s defense, saying that he feels it has done “reasonably well.” Barrow acknowledged that the progress has been slow, but noted that integration movements, […]
It’s the truth that hurts
Evan X Hyde, in his “Publisher” column in the Amandala of June 19/18, chose to answer my article “Amandala putting fear into Belizeans” of June 17 in the Reporter. But instead of answering my seven points in going to the ICJ and a call to educate the […]
The Cost of Crime
In last week’s Business Perspective, we spoke about the importance of “buying local”. As an avid reader would recall in that discussion, BCCI’s President Nikita Usher had underscored the importance of supporting our local businesses. Usher, speaking at the recent Made in Belize Expo, reminded: “There is such a thing […]
Two weeks ago Mr. Assad Shoman,widely regarded as the foremost authority on the Belize Guatemala territorial dispute, released his latest book: “Guatemala’s Claim to Belize, the Definitive History”. The book is selling in hard-cover in Belize. The price is $70.00. Mr. Shoman, a British-trained lawyer and former Foreign Minister of […]
Unemployment & Cost of Living rise!
Belize’s Gross Domestic Product is up 1.8 percent, but so are unemployment figures – 0.4 percent and the cost of living: the Consumer Price Index is up 0.3 perent, officials of the Statistics Institute of Belize (SIB) reported in a media briefing at the Central […]
Belize Barrier Reef removed from World Heritage sites ‘in-danger’ list
The Belize Barrier Reef system was officially removed from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) list of World Heritage in Danger Sites on Tuesday in Bahrain, during the 42nd meeting of the World Heritage Committee. The Committee deemed that the barrier reef […]
Four shot, including pregnant mother, in Trial Farm
A Trial Farm family in Orange Walk is shaken after a gunman terrorized their yard on Tuesday night, leaving a pregnant woman and three other people wounded. One of the four victims remains in ciritcal condition. According to police, after 7:30 p.m., residents living on […]
Team Belize wins silver in Taste of Caribbean competition
The Belizean delegation that participated in the Taste of the Caribbean culinary competition in Miami, Florida, came home this week with the silver medal in the overall competition. The team comprised of Chef Robertus “Rob” Pronk, as the team manager; two senior chefs, Eva Longsworth […]
Artists protest Israeli training of Belize police
A small group of local artists, on Tuesday, organized a protest in Belmopan under the name, Artists for Peace and Common Sense against the training of Belize police by law enforcement officials from Israel. According to the group, led by artist, Yasser Musa, their discontent […]
CCJ reserves judgment in Justice Awich case
The Caribbean Court of Justice has deferred its judgment in the appeal lodged by Dean Boyce and the British Caribbean Bank Limited in an attempt to have Justice Samuel Awich removed from the Court of Appeal. After a full hearing on Tuesday, the court decided […]
Murder on Pickstock Street!
A minor was reportedly murdered a short while ago in Belize City. The Reporter understands that the victim is a 15 year-old boy of the Lake Independence area and that he was shot dead on Pickstock Street on the north side of the city. The […]
Belize and Taiwan conduct study on flooding in Belize
Belize’s vulnerable flood-prone areas will, over the next three years, be addressed with a view to minimizing the hazards and vulnerabilities in these areas, especially with the effects that climate change can have on a community. The first collaborative effort to address the problem came […]
Breaking Belize News
National AIDS Commission: “National Testing Day” was an encouraging success
The National AIDS Commission (NAC)said today that the first installment of its new initiative “National Testing […]
The enigmatic Mark King wants to be UDP Fort George standard bearer now
Former Lake Independence Area Representative, Mark King, has just announced his candidacy for the United […]
Central Information Technology Office Earns ISO Re-certification
On June 5, 2018, the Central Information Technology Office (CITO) was successfully re-certified as being compliant […]
Three outstanding Belizean Fishers Recognized
Three Belizean fishers – two men and a woman – were this morning recognized in […]
San Ignacio woman dies after fatal traffic accident
On Sunday, June 17, 2018, BBN reported of a traffic accident that claimed the life […]
PUP: Court did not grant injunction for Belmopan Convention
The People’s United Party (PUP) today issued a statement informing that the convention to elect a Standard Bearer […]
Electricity rates going up on July 1
The Belizean public, which has been saddled with months of constant increases in the price […]
Teen boy shot and killed in Belize city
Police are investigating the murder of a 17-year-old Belize city boy. According to police, Warren […]
U.S. Embassy in Belize celebrates 242nd anniversary of U.S. Independence
Last night, the United States Embassy in Belize celebrated the 242nd anniversary of Independence of […]
Petrocaribe: 13 Years On, Still Going Strong
Petrocaribe signaled a change in the direction of Venezuela's relations with its neighbors, guided by a vision of solidarity and cooperation.
June 29 marks 13 years of Petrocaribe: the strategic oil alliance between Venezuela and Caribbean countries created by former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on this day in 2005.
The multi-member nation agreement for energy cooperation is a political initiative to facilitate the access of hydrocarbons for Caribbean nations without the adverse consequences of inter-mediation, prevailing market prices and speculation.
ARCHAEOLOGISTS IN MEXICO CITY SAID THE SIZE OF THE TOWER OF HUMAN SKULLS
Archaeologists are trying to figure out where these people were and when they were sacrificed.
About the tower of human skulls in Tenochtitlan, the Foundation of which was built in Mexico city, wrote the Spanish conquistadors in the 16th century. However, despite the written evidence, scientists have long doubted the real existence of tzompantli.
Conquistadors destroyed the sanctuary in 1521. But until that time local residents regularly gathered at the Templo Mayor (Great Temple) where the priests tore beating heart and a masterful one accurate shot between two cervical vertebrae were obuslavlivaet body. They removed the scalp, and only then did the holes in the base of the skull to impose it on a pole, like thousands of other bones in the accounts of Huitzilopochtli.
A Tarantula Wasp has paralized a Tarantula with her powerful sting and working on the burial, .5min. The Tarantula will be burried live after she have laid her eggs inside its body and serve as host and fresh meat for her larva's until they are ready to become wasps.
Channel 5 Obituaries, 6min.
Animals of Belize, 80min.
Happy st Peter's day!, 1/2min.
Día De San Pedro: Cultural presentations!, 3/4min.
Congratulations Meloney Arnold, Miss Caye Caulker Lobster Fest 2018-2019!, 4min.
Re-registration, 2.5min. The re-registration process commences on July 1, 2018. All eligible persons are being encouraged to participate in this Re-registration Exercise. Re-register- “Your Right to Vote Depends on it.”
Dia de San Pedro celebration, 4min.
Dia de San Pedro celebration, 8min.
Charikanari Dancers, 7min.
Beautiful rendition of the national anthem in Maya Mopan, 2.5min. "Land of the Free" sounds patriotic in any language. Here the students of San Francisco de Jeronimo R.C. School render our National Anthem in Mopan Maya.
Belize 2017, 6min. 5 year Anniversary trip! Sharks, sting rays, and eels Oh My!
Belize Dive Cut, 20min.
Message from the Governor of Central Bank of Belize on Choice Bank, 6.5min.
International Football Club Friendly!!
Bandits SC vs Honduras Progreso FC, 2.5hr.
Caye Caulker Lobster Fest 2018 | Ms. Lobster Fest Pageant, 17min.
Dawn Drake & ZapOte live in San Pedro, 12min. celebrating Dia de San Pedro and our partnership with people of La Isla Bonita and the San Pedro Town Council!