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The San Pedro Sun

First teams secure their spots for upcoming 2019 NEBL playoffs
The 2019 National Elite Basketball League (NEBL) tournament has only two weeks remaining of regular games in the current season, before heading to the playoffs. After the most recent games, Team Verdes and Dangriga Dream Ballers have clinched home-court advantage as the games #1 seed and #2 seed respectively, in the first round of the three-game semi-finals series of the approaching playoffs. The results of the two remaining weeks of regular games will determine who will clinch the #3 and #4 seeds, and that is a battle between the San Pedro Tiger Sharks and Mirage/Smart Belize Hurricanes. The playoffs have been scheduled to start on Friday, April 26th.

House of Representatives and Senate pass ICJ Referendum Bill
Both the House of Representatives and the Senate passed the Belize Territorial Dispute Referendum Bill 2019, which will give way to hosting a national referendum on whether to settle the ongoing dispute with Guatemala at the International Court of Justice (ICJ). The bill was first debated at the House on Friday, April 12th, where after a long and heated discussion, was passed with a total of 18 votes in favor, 11 against and one abstention. On Monday, April 15th, it was debated in the Senate where once again, after a long day of presentations from the different Senators, it was passed later in the evening with eight votes in favor, four against and one abstention. The bill will now go to the Governor General’s office for his signature, and the referendum could take place on May 8, 2019.

Los Catrachos F.C are Copa San Pedro 2019 Closing Season champions!
After several months of football action at the Ambergris Stadium in San Pedro Town, Los Catrachos F.C claimed the championship for Copa San Pedro 2019 Closing Season Football Tournament on Sunday, April 14th. The first round of the finals was held on Thursday, April 11th at 7PM, with Legends F.C winning 2-1 against Los Catrachos F.C. The Copa San Pedro 2019 Closing Season officially culminated on Sunday, April 4th starting at 5PM. Due to Fambo Boys F.C withdrawing, Caye Caulker Islanders F.C were automatically declared the third-place winners. At 7PM, the highly anticipated 1st place match took place, which saw Legends F.C and Los Catrachos F.C giving their best to be the champions. At the end of the game time, Los Catrachos F.C came out victorious with a 3-1 score and were crowned the champions with a 3-4 aggregate score. While Legends F.C had to settle for sub-champions.

Despite 2-1 loss against BDF, San Pedro Pirates remain #1 in the PLB

Ambergris Today

The Reknown Blake Family
The Blake Family is synonymous with the owners of the entire island of Ambergris Caye and therefore San Pedro. So here goes this chronicle to honor this great family thanks to whom we all here today. The Blakes left their marks in San Pedro and footprints in the lives of San Pedranos. The first in the Blake dynasty was well known and esteemed in San Pedro was James Humes Blake. He was a wealīthy British magistrate stationed in Corozal where he owned lots of property. It was he who learned that the entire island of Ambergris Caye was being sold in an auction. Being in the courts, he was privy to this information and he made his bid to purchase. Consequently on September 13, 1869, Mr. James Blake became the sole owner of the entire island of Ambergris Caye for $625.00 considered a pittance even by standards of those days.

Misc Belizean Sources

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Painting of Central Park
Here's an update on the facelift of the Central Park! Vibrant and Colorful!

Easter Saturday at Estel's Dine by the Sea
The Beverage Division at Karl H Menzies brings to you Tito's and Svedka Vodka specials on Saturday 20th April at Estel's Dine by the Sea! Make your way to San Pedro and enjoy your long weekend with activities like a Dominoes Challenge, Darts Challenge, swimming contest, Mr. Physique, Wet T-Shirt, Switch Clothes and more! With great prizes to be won, like bottles of Tito's Vodka, Peach Svedka and copper mugs to name a few, register for the day's activities early and may the best person win!

Checking boats for licenses and registration
Belize Port Authority will be checking boats for licenses and registration!! Please be up to date !! Boat Captains that have receipts PLEASE go pick your IDs at the San Pedro Office !! Please be safe !!

Pancake Brunch with the Easter Bunny
Don't forget this fun family event this Saturday at the San Pedro Lions Den!

New "Corozal" sign to be built
Members of the Corozal Local Tourism Committee standing at the future site of the "COROZAL" sign! Yes, we will have a beautiful COROZAL sign within the next few months!!

Mexico Embassy Belize Welcome to Mexico!
If you are traveling to Mexico in your vehicle and you are planning to go beyond Quintana Roo, remember to get your temporary import permit at the offices of Banjercito in Chactemal Border. Banjercito working hours are 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday to Sunday. The cost of the permit is about US$51 plus tax and payment can be done in cash (US$) or credit card. Depending on the vehicle’s model, a deposit (between US$200 and US$400) is required, refundable on cancellation of the permit once you return to Belize. (BANJERCITO - Tel: +52 983 834 5328)

BELIZE FISHING REPORT: APRIL 7, 2019 THROUGH APRIL 14, 2019
A week of widely varying wind conditions still produced some nice fish. The highlight of the week was a 6 Permit day for Rob and Debbie fishing with Capt. Gordy. Permit were caught shallow on the leeward side of the cayes and in deeper channels on.

U.S. Embassy Belmopan Celebrates Ms. Sharon Matola—the Embassy’s “Woman of the Year 2019”
Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. of the U.S. Embassy Mr. Keith Gilges hosted an official ceremony and reception yesterday to recognize and honor the Embassy’s “Woman of the Year 2019” Ms. Sharon Matola. The event featured remarks by Chargé Gilges, Minister of State for the Ministry of Fisheries, Forestry, the Environment, and Sustainable Development Hon. Omar Figueroa, the Co-Founder of the Belize Center for Environmental Studies Ms. Lou Nicolait, and the Founding Director of the Belize Zoo and the Embassy’s “Woman of the Year” 2019 Ms. Sharon Matola.

U.S. Department of Commerce's “Doing Business in Belize” webinar
The U.S. Embassy thanks Dr. Leroy Almendarez, Executive Director of BELTRAIDE, for collaboration in leading the U.S. Department of Commerce's “Doing Business in Belize” webinar. In the April 16 informational webinar introduced by Chargé d’Affaires, a. i. Keith Gilges, U.S. business representatives gained invaluable insight into investment and business opportunities in Belize. We look forward to our continued partnership in advancing mutually beneficial commercial opportunities.

Available NOW at the Museum of Belize or a House of Culture near you!
A Walk Through Dangriga, El Cayo and Benque Viejo along with the Healing Circle and Belizean Storytime are all available at a House of Culture near you!

Channel 7

Big Baby In Big Problems
Belizean - American Jarrell Big Baby Miller - he should be training for the world heavyweight title fight on June first against champion Anthony Joshua. But, tonight, the biggest fight of his career is in limbo. ESPN yesterday reported that Miller, quote, "has tested positive for the banned substance GW1516The test results, which came to light on Tuesday, were from a random Voluntary Anti-Doping Association-conducted urine test Miller submitted to on March 20." End quote. The fight promoter and Joshua's agent, Eddie Hearn, is quoted as saying, "We have been informed by VADA that there has been an adverse finding in Jarrell Miller's sample collected on March 20th, 2019 (Joshua's) preparation continues for June 1st at MSG."

Rose Lane Family of 7 Homeless After Fire
The life of a family in the St. Martin's area was turned upside down after a fire torched their homes. It happened last night around 10:30 on Rose Lane. There are two houses in the yard and the family of 7 lost everything. Courtney Weatherburne has the story. 61 year old Stella B and her husband were relaxing in bed when her neighbors alerted them to the fire. Stella B, Fire Victim: "I was upstairs then my neighbor son hollered out for me and my gentleman and I came downstairs..."

Fire Likely Started By Circuit
The fire department's investigation is also showing so far that it may be an overload on the shared electrical circuit. The station chief at the national fire service told us more about this case and about the dangers of getting electricity from a secondary source. Orin Smith,,Station Chief, National Fire Service: "The national fire service received reports of a structural fire on Rose Lane Belize City, two units were dispatched to that location on arrival on scene at number 2575 Rose Lane found were two structures on a property, two wooden structure, the structure on the rear was seen fully engulfed in flames. The structure at the front had the north section engulfed in flames."

Toilet Paper Repellent?
And there was another fire last night on Partridge Street, about two blocks away from the Rose Lane blaze. The police report says that home owner 22 year old Barber Keyshawn Young lit some toilet paper on fire in his room as a mosquito repellent and went to sleep. Later on he discovered his house was on fire. It is unclear why he did that or how he came up with that idea but this is surely a lesson on what NOT EVER to do in your home.


Belizean Held in Bacalar For Knocking Down Jaguar
A Belizean couple and their two kids were arrested in Mexico last night at 9:00. Corozal pilot Efrain Guerrero and his pregnant Mexican wife Tanisha Morales were coming down from Cancun by road, and entering Bacalar they ran over an animal in the road. It turned out to be a jaguar - and that got them into a major problems with the law. They held Guerrero in custody and his wife told a Mexican media house what happened - and why his detention is unjust:

PSU Braces Chief Elections Officer
On Monday's news, we told you about the dispute coming out of the Elections and Boundaries Department. That's where the registering officer, Jerrylyn Bruce is accusing Chief Elections Officer Josephine Tamai of victimization, because she refused to include an eligible elector on the voter's list. Bruce has asserted that this elector, Trevor Bradley, failed to produce his documents proving his Belizean Citizenship, so that he could be re-registered in time for the deadline. Tamai has made a counter accusation that Bruce's handling of Bradley's application threatened to unfairly disenfranchise him as a legitimate voter.

PUP to Court on A Holy Thursday?
When is Belize going to have its ICJ referendum? If the Government has its way, it would take place - possibly within a month since the new Territorial Referendum law is now in place. But, if the Opposition PUP has its way, the referendum will be further postponed. They still have their lawsuit in the Supreme Court against the 2008 Special Agreement, and their claim remains unresolved. The next time that Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin will hear the case is on Monday, April 29th. On that date, he is expected to carry out a case management conference on the lawsuit. He will also hear the Government's application to set aside the injunction he granted to the PUP, which caused the April 10th referendum to be postponed in the first place.

A Valid Compliant About Vital Stats?
And while the court battle over the referendum is one thing - the ongoing back and forth over inefficiencies at the Vital Stats Unit has been another. As we showed you, Business Senator Mark Lizarraga and UDP Senator Michael Peyrefitte got into a testy exchange in the senate meeting when Lizarraga criticized the department for having people's records in a disarray. Well, while that back and forth on the efficiencies or lack thereof at the department can go on, there are Belizeans who have first hand bad experiences dealing with the office staff.

After Years on Remand For Murder, Senior Citizen Gets Bail
He's been in prison 6 years awaiting trial for murder, but tonight, 65 year-old Marciano Correa, a cane cutter from Libertad Village in Corozal, is out on bail. Correa was charged with the April 2013 murder of 43 year-old Sisto Victorio Osorio. He was struck on the head with a blunt instrument, and his body was found facedown on a pavement in the village. It was believed at the time that Osorio was killed as a consequence of a some sort of family dispute.

Critical After Crooked Tree Beatdown
19 year-old Ravin Gillett, a fisherman from Crooked Tree Village, is at the Belize Central Prison tonight after he was taken to court for allegedly joining several men who ganged up on another resident and put a bad beating on him. The incident happened on Sunday April 7th, 2019 in Crooked Tree. Elton Baiza was socializing in the village when he was attacked by a group of persons who beat him up badly, and left him severely injured. He was rushed to the KHMH by a concerned civilian, and court reports say that he is in a critical condition.

Mentally Ill Man Missing
A man living with a mental illness is missing and his family is worried about his safety. 20 year old Cotton Tree resident Edgar Sanabria left his family's house on Monday April 15th and has not returned home. All his relatives were at work that day, except for one family member who saw him leave the house but she thought he was just going for a short walk. That wasn't the case. Residents say they saw him get on a bus that day heading to Belize City. We spoke to a relative this evening and he said someone called him today saying Sanabria was spotted in San Pedro so the family is heading there tomorrow to look for him.

CITCO Tests First Responders
This morning at around 10:00, it looked like some kind of war zone, or a mass casualty event at the intersection of Neal Penn Road and Central American Boulevard in Belize City. Police, the Fire Department, BERT Ambulance teams, and other emergency personnel converged on the area for about an hour. They commandeered that part of the City to carry out a simulation exercise to test the readiness response of these key agencies. The reaction times of these organizations could mean the difference between life and death for accident or shooting victims, and so, the Belize City Council wanted to be certain that they are ready for the road.

Tried To Pay Debt, Got Robbed and Shot
Tonight, 21 year-old Harry Stanley Montero, a fisherman from Hope Creek Village in the Stann Creek District is recovering from a gunshot injury to the leg. He told the cops he was attempting to pay a man some money that he owed, and because the man wasn't satisfied, that person shot him, and then robbed him of jewelry and cash.

Man Critical After Being Stabbed in Chest
This afternoon 41 year-old Delbert Quilter, a resident of Belize City in a critical condition at the KHMH. That's after he was stabbed in the chest just after midnight. The cops don't know much about the incident at this time, but their initial investigation suggests that at around 12:20 a.m. Quilter and another man got into some sort of argument, when this man stabbed him in the chest.

How To Prevent Fires During Easter
Many Belizeans like teachers and students are already on their Easter break while others are preparing for their Easter weekend getaway. Well, before you think about leaving the house, ensure that you make a list and cross check all appliances you need to unplug and discuss your travel plans with neighbours you trust that are staying behind. Those are a few of several tips that Fire service chief Orin Smith gave today at a briefing. Here's more. "A number of persons are expected to be travelling over this holiday season, as they usually do. And one of the cautions we reach out to them with is unplug every electrical equipment or appliance that is not necessary to be plugged in..."

Restaurant Robbers Craved Fried Chicken
Last night, a pair of thieves robbed a restaurant in Cayo - and even ended up stealing four fried chickens and a Coke! It happened at 8:45 at Lighthouse Restaurant on Border Road. The Chinese proprietor reported that two men stormed in with guns and demanded money. They escaped with an undisclosed amount of cash, four fried birds and a Coke. We note that there's no offense on the books for eating stolen goods.

Channel 5

7 Persons Homeless after Fire Guts 2 Houses in Family Yard
Two wooden houses were totally destroyed by a raging fire on Tuesday night. Seven persons were displaced and today they are picking up the pieces to rebuild. The fire started [...]

The Hazards of Illegal Wirings
The Rose Lane fire brings into sharp focus the electrical risks that homeowners take when they provide an ‘illegal drop’ of electricity to adjacent properties. For some time now, the [...]

Precautionary Measures to Avoid Fire Disaster
Station Officer Smith also provided safety tips as Belizeans prepare for the extended Easter weekend. But these can be practiced anytime whenever a person leaves his or her house unattended. [...]

National Fire Service as Ready as Can Be for Extended Weekend
But how ready is the National Fire Service to respond to fires should they erupt over the holidays? Smith says that given the limited resources they have, they are as [...]

Robbers on the Loose in Cayo
Robbers were on the loose on Tuesday in Cayo targeting business establishments. Just before closing on Tuesday night, the Lighthouse Restaurant on Border Road was hit by a duo of [...]

Separate Shootings in Stann Creek District Leave Two Men Injured
There are separate shooting incidents to report on from the Stann Creek District tonight.  Around five p.m. on Tuesday evening, a Belizean fisherman of Hope Creek Village was shot in [...]

P.S.U. Stands behind Registering Officer, Jerrylyn Bruce
The plight of Jerrylyn Bruce, registering officer at the Elections and Boundaries Department, was brought up in the Senate on Monday. A string of emails details the back and forth [...]

Mexican Embassy: “No Special Permit Issued to Pass into Mexico without a Passport”
If you are travelling across the northern border into Mexico, whether to head to Chetumal, Cancun or Playa Del Carmen for the extended weekend, official travel documents remain the same. [...]

Belizean Travellers Must Have Valid Passport of Mexican Border Card
According to the Officer in Charge of the Economic, Trade and Tourism Section of the Mexican Embassy, by law travellers will only be able to enter into Mexico with a [...]

Sharon Matola is the U.S. Embassy’s “Woman of the Year”
Sharon Matola, the Founding Director of the Belize Zoo, is the U.S. Embassy’s Woman of the year 2019. On Tuesday, Matola was honoured with an official ceremony and reception. A [...]

Big Baby Tests Positive for Banned Substance
Belizean/American heavyweight contender Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller is scheduled to face Anthony Joshua in a title bout on June first, but the news tonight is that the well-known boxer has [...]

Testing the State of Readiness for City Emergency
A busy area of Central American Boulevard was abuzz with even more activity this morning as residents carried out their last minute preparedness for the Easter holidays. The heavily trafficked [...]

Easter and Fish Rush!
Fresh fish and Easter go hand in hand for many Belizeans. The tradition of eating fish on Good Friday is alive and well in Belize. Every year, around this time, [...]

Clear Inaccuracies Identified in New Referendum Bill
The Belize Territorial Dispute Referendum Bill 2019 has been signed into law, following the Governor General’s assent on Tuesday.  But as our coverage of the special senate meeting that preceded [...]

More Mistakes Pointed Out in Referendum Bill
Another error in dates, as highlighted by Senator Courtenay, has to do with the coming into force of the I.C.J.   The drafters of the bill also bungled the date when [...]

A Flashback to the Birth of the Maritime Areas Act
The Maritime Areas Act sparked controversy when it was introduced as a bill in the early nineties. This week in the Senate, it came up again because it is yet [...]

The Reporter

Another Missing Person, So Many Belizeans Disappearing
So many Belizeans are disappearing so frequently, its alarming to think that it is almost 1 person every week, on average, in the past 15 weeks since the new year has started. The family of Edgar Sanabria, Belizean laborer of Cotton tree village, is requesting the public’s help in locating him. He was last seen on Monday, April 15 in cotton tree in a grey shirt.

Deadly Rocket Found in Village Of Barranco
In a span of 11 days, bomb experts from the Belize Defence Force (BDF) had to be called in to deal with the discovery of two explosive devices, one of them an expended but live rocket and the other a live hand grenade, found in different parts of the country.

Father Of Two Shot Dead
Joshua Gallego, 25, had just dropped off his girlfriend and their two little girls at home on North Creek Street around 2:40 last Friday afternoon when the driver of another vehicle opened fire on him as he tried to reverse a short distance away from home. Gallego was struck three times in the chest and once in the neck and died shortly after coming out of surgery sometime before 8:00 later that night.

Editorial – Easter 2019
It is impossible to over-estimate the impact of Christianity on the race of humans whom God created and then redeemed through the life and death of His Son, Jesus. When you consider the Old Testament account of how God destroyed the people living at the time of Noah with a giant flood, you reach the conclusion that in God’s eyes they were not worth saving.

American National Wanted For Damage to Reef
The Department of the Environment is taking a multi-agency approach to see how charges and fines can be leveled against an American national who is accused of causing tens of thousands of dollars in damaged when his boat rammed into the reef.

Brush Fires Wreaking Havoc in Rural Belize
Over the past weekend and weeks before that, people have reported in different parts of the country about brush fires that are started through the reckless behaviour of some human that placed their homes or farms in peril. The latest and perhaps worst for this year so far occurred when a blaze near the BDF Housing Site in Lord’s Bank created a scare when it came dangerously close to some of the homes and caused breathing problems for the residents in that vicinity.

Anny – Gone but NEVER Forgotten
Four months after the disappearance of Anisha Young, her family is still grappling for closure and the need for answers that would permit them to commence the healing process that they so desperately seek.

Breaking Belize NewsPJ

Burnt toilet paper causes house fire
A home on Partridge street extension in Belize City was completely destroyed by fire this morning […]

Taiwan’s Famous Youtuber arrives in Belize
Ben Wu, a famous Youtuber from Taiwan is in Belize! Wu is on a quest […]

U.S. Embassy celebrates Sharon Matola as Woman of the Year 2019
On Tuesday, April 16, 2019, the United States Embassy in Belize hosted an official ceremony […]

Belize Peace Movement stands with Will Maheia
The Belize Peace Movement (BPM) is standing in support of activist Will Maheia and condemning the […]

Man shot in Belize City
A man was shot moments ago on Belize City’s southside. It occurred near the “Backa […]

Young women charged in knife brawl
A teenager, 18, along with her friend, a 24-year-old pregnant woman find themselves in big […]

Attorney General and Business Senator agree on referendum but disagree on bill
Both Attorney General, Michael Peyrefitte, and Business Senator, Mark Lizarraga, agreed during the Senate debate […]

Belize Nutritionist represents Belize in Taiwan
The Ministry of Health today announced that Nutritionist, Ada Cuello is in Taiwan representing Belize. […]

Pavilou Garbutt charged with abetment to robbery for supermarket hold-up
Police are still searching for the men accused of robbing Home Ever Supermarket at Mile […]

Glenford Alvarez charged in sexual assault case
Already out on bail for a criminal assault charge, a fisherman is being accused of […]

Corazon Artulio Cortez guilty in absentia for drug trafficking
A San Pedro Town resident convicted of drug trafficking and apparently skipping bail is being […]

BELTRAIDE participates in ‘Belize Business Webinar’
The Belize Trade and Investment Development Service (BELTRAIDE) participated in a ‘Doing Business in Belize’ Webinar held yesterday. The webinar was hosted by the United States Embassy in Belize […]

LOVE FM

Emergency simulations tests response units in Belize City
City emergency units including the police, fire personnel and the Belize City Council rushed to the corner of Neal Pen Road and Central American Boulevard this morning around ten o’clock. Two persons were shot and at least three more were involved in a car accident. But it was not real. The entire scene was an …

7 persons without a home after Fire burns 2 buildings
There was an inferno blazing over the south side of Belize City last night. Two of three homes on a property on Rose Lane were totally destroyed as the heat quickly turned the wooden structures to kindle. Love News spoke to Shawn Belgrove who says that 7 persons, including her mother lost their home after …

Single mother accuses Family Court of delays in maintenance payments
One single mother says she has a grievance with the way family court has been handling her maintenance payments. A woman who preferred to identify herself only as Anita, called our studio today saying that she has only received as much as one payment for maintenance from the court into her account over a period …

Public Service Union backs Election and Boundaries officers accused of misconduct
The Public Service Union, PSU, pledges its full support to public officers at the Elections and Boundaries Department who are accused of misconduct. As we have reported earlier this week, Jerrylyn Bruce, a public officer attached to the Elections and Boundaries Department acquired the services of Attorney Darryl Bradley to present her concerns to Chief …

Blogs

Belize Has Brown Eggs: Dying Them For Easter
I don’t spend much time thinking about eggs…but yesterday, when I bought a dozen brown eggs to dye for Easter…two things struck me. ALL eggs sold in Belize are brown. Unless they are “local eggs” – meaning they are from someone’s chicken coop – then they can be all sorts of magical egg colors. Here are some that a lady gave me a few months back. Hens that lay easter eggs! BUT I did dye easter eggs yesterday because that’s what we always did when I was little. Just BECAUSE.

In the Trees Writer’s Retreat, Benque Viejo
A regular reader once told me you can’t be Hemingway every day. I considered it very wise advice, and I tempered it with always refining my craft and developing a clear writing voice. When host, Virginia emailed me asking if I wanted to attend a writers retreat in Benque, I was all over it. The retreat was a collaboration between Ixcanan A Meeting Space and Wildfire Artzmosphere based in San Ignacio. I was excited to meet other writers and spend time actively working on my style. Of course, I signed my temporary roommate Heather up for the ride – I didn’t have to twist her arm too hard. While she is not currently a writer, she journals often. According to a police report, Keyshawn Young, 22, lit some toilet paper in his room as a repellent and went to sleep.

International Sourcesizz

New Bishop Airport service opens gateway to 175 destinations
American Airlines addition of service from Flint to Charlotte opens a gateway to 175 destinations — including major international hubs such as London, Rome, Frankfort and Belize City. While many in Michigan may not realize its air travel significance, Charlotte Douglas International Airport is actually larger than Detroit Metro — with more destinations, more flights, and more passengers. It is the nation’s 10th largest airport with more than 46 million passengers in 2018.

Penn State Shenango students help in Belize
Last month, a dozen Penn State Shenango students went to Belize to help a small village become more self-sufficient. They go every year and have built relationships with the people they meet there.

Belize Automobile Market 2019 – Size, Share, Demand, Trends, Outlook and Growth Opportunities
​The Belize automobile report provides a complete perspective on the trends shaping the Belize Automobile market. The Belize automotive market is slowly shifting towards a service oriented model with new players focusing extensively on customer experience and consumer data. Transitions in automotive markets are providing opportunities for some parts while other components face stiff decline over the forecasts.

Videos

  • Feeding Tarpon | Belize 2019, 1.5min.

  • Comparison of the Healthcare Systems of Belize & the U.S., 17min. References: (About Teen Pregnancy, 2019) (Adolescent Fertility Rate (births per 1,000 women ages 15-19), 2016) (Belize Health Expenditure per Capita, 1960-2018, n.d.) (Belize Tobacco Contol Report, 2011) (Belize: Out-of-Pocket Health Expenditure (% of Private Expenditure on Health), 2016) (Belize, 2017) andmore!

  • Belize 2019 Caye Caulker, 5min.

  • Channel 5 Obituaries - In loving memory of Silverio and Mirna Gomez, 1.5min.

  • Senator for Private Sector - pass the Belize Territorial Dispute Referendum Bill 2019, 52min. Mark Lizarraga, Senator for the Private Sector, was our guest to talk about the recent vote in the Senate to pass the Belize Territorial Dispute Referendum Bill 2019. He shared his concerns and why he voted against the passage of the Bill.

  • Bucky's Coffee & Gift Shop, 23min. Bucky's Coffee & Gift Shop shared a few of the items available for your Easter vacation. We spoke with Gisele Sabido about the great deals available. She shared everything from water toys, beach wear and Easter basket packages.

  • MADISCO - Easter Baskets for Adults, 13min. MADISCO is catering to the adults by offering Easter Baskets that feature wine and treats. Our guests walked us through the types of packages available for your purchase. On set: Cheyenne Miller -Administrative Assistant, MADISCO, Shanee Reid - Administrative Assistant, MADISCO.

  • National Agriculture & Trade Show, 1min. The biggest event in Belize! April 26th, 27th and 28th!

  • Nurse Shark Encounter, 1min. Whilst diving with Belize Underwater at South Water Gap on the Belize Barrier Reef this fellow (Nurse Shark – Gingly mostoma cirratum) showed up and hung around for quite a while. Not in the slightest bit agitated by a diver in close proximity and at one point even permitted me to stroke it along its body as it passed by.

  • Entering Giant Cave Belize while it’s Siphoning, 4min. Giant Cave is possibly the largest sea cave on the planet! It's located just off a dock in Caye Caulker Belize. The cave can spring and siphon and little is known about timing it. This was my 3rd trip to the cave and the first two times it was springing slightly and this trip it was siphoning enough to suck you in. The video is shot with a Paralenz dive camera of Becky Schott entering the fissure crack and first chamber on a Liberty Sidemount rebreather, then buddy Anthony Tedeschi going through the 100ft of restriction on his KISS Sidekick. This is just a teaser video, once inside the cave the visibility is more than 50-70ft in most areas and some of the largest rooms and decorations can be seen. There are sponges, tunicates and life a few hundred feet inside the cave. It's a really unique system. If you're interested in diving it or learning more contact Belize Diving Services.

  • Miss lady - Belize, The Pandy Show, 4min. it's about another person telling the other sister,that she is the outside sista, it's telling her she that she don't count a sister....... natural scene of the towns

  • Cruising to Belize | Swimming with Sharks, 4min. Went on our first family cruise. We cruised to Belize where we got to hang out with some locals which was pretty cool. Best part was watching my parents swim with sharks.

  • South Tulsa Students Mission Belize 2019, 6min.

  • NEBL 2019 | Hurricanes vs Defenders | Civic Center, Belize, 2hr.

  • Sports Talk | Raynord Garbutt, 65min.