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The San Pedro Sun
San Pedro teams make it to National Amateur League Championship round of 16 playoffs!
Various matches were held during the first round of the Belize National Amateur League Championship (NALC) Football Tournament Round of 16 playoffs. Both island teams that are participating in the tournament have done extremely well, advancing to the playoffs which include a home and away game. For the first match of the round of 16 playoffs held this past weekend, Vince Assassin lost their match, while Los Catrachos F.C won theirs. For the second match of the NALC round of 16 playoffs, Los Catrachos F.C will be playing at home against Santa Elena F.C on Sunday, June 2nd. The match is scheduled to start at the Ambergris Stadium in San Pedro Town at 4PM. Vince Assassins, will travel to Belmopan City to face Club Atletico at the Isidoro Beaton Stadium starting at 4PM.
Belizean-American news anchor Kendis Gibson speaks to hundreds of students at SPHS
Private Belize Adventures wins BTB and Love FM second annual Belize Sea Challenge
The second annual Belize Sea Challenge took place from Wednesday, May 22nd through Monday, May 27th, starting from Punta Gorda Town Toledo, and ending in Corozal Town. The challenge saw 16 teams taking on 218 grueling miles in the six-day race. Organized by the Belize Tourism Board (BTB) and Love FM, the event saw teams competing in the male, female, and mixed category, beginning every day as early as 5AM from each point of departure. After kayaking along the Belizean Caribbean coast, Team Private Belize Adventures claimed the top prize in the male division with a total of 34 hours and 23 minutes. In second place was Team Recinos Imports BDF Recce Squadron, clocking a cumulative 35 hours and 17 minutes. Taking third place home the Belize Coast Guard Alpha with a cumulative time of 35 hours and 18 minutes.
Meet Miss Guatemala And Costa Rica For Costa Maya Pageant
The International Costa Maya Festival is proud to introduce two beauty contestants for this year’s International Reina de la Costa Maya Pageant.
This week we introduce the Miss Guatemala contestant for Costa Maya Pageant; she Nallely Paola López Juárez. She is 21 years old and is a licensed Criminal and Forensic Investigative Technician who enjoys playing basketball and volleyball and spending time with her pets. Miss Costa Rica is Lisbeth Valverde Brenes, she is 24 years old and is an educational psychologist by profession, with an emphasis on working with people with disabilities. She is 5’6” tall and her hobbies include swimming, singing, dancing, and involving herself in social work.
BTB Holds Its Second Annual BTB Love Belize Sea Challenge
The second Belize Tourism Board(BTB)Love Belize Sea challenge, a grueling six-day adventurous extreme race covering over 218miles of sea paddling. The challenge commenced at Punta Gorda on May 22ndand concluded at the Rainbow Beach in Corozal Town on Monday, May 27thas the kayakers crossed the finishing line amid thunderous cheering and applauses from the spectators.
Besides providing a truly unforgettable lifetime experience the race aimed to promote Belize as a key tourism destination for paddlers and kayakers; underscore Belize’s rich and effervescent culture and history.
Misc Belizean Sources
Belize Defence Force Participates in Tradewinds Exercise 2019
Forty-one men and women of the Belize Defence Force (BDF) departed Belize on May 29th for Exercise Tradewinds 2019 which is being held in the Dominican Republic and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Tradewinds is an annual exercise held jointly by the United States Southern Command and its multinational partners to promote regional security cooperation. This year’s exercise comprises 22 nations and over 18 different regional organizations and focuses on four main objectives.
International Costa Maya Festival FLASH SALE
Don't forget about our FLASH SALE! Starts Tomorrow, May 31 at 9 AM and ends at 4 PM. It continues on Saturday, June 1st at 9 AM and ends at 12 noon.
EXCLUSIVELY SOLD AT THE COSTA MAYA FESTIVAL OFFICE ON BARRIER REEF DRIVE (in front of the San Pedro Town Hall)
Season Pass - 3 days (General) - Original Price: $175, Flash Sale Price: $160, Save: $15.
International Night -Saturday (General) - Original price: $150, Flash Sale Price: $100, Save: $50.
CASH ONLY, NO REFUNDS, LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE.
Mr. Florentino Gonzalez passes away
We have lost yet another pioneer of the fishing industry in San Pedro and a great business man.
Mayor Daniel Guerrero, the San Pedro Town Council and Staff would like to extend its sincere condolences to the Gonzalez friends and family on the passing of Mr. Florentino Gonzalez also known as “Don Yach” or “Tio Yach”.
Don Yach was the father of Councilor Ruben Gonzalez.
We hope his family and friends find the strength in each other to overcome this great loss. May his soul rest in peace.
A wake was held Thursday night at his residence on Barrier Reef Drive.
MISS COSTA MAYA 2019 DELEGATES
Country: Costa Rica. Lisbeth Valverde Brenes is an educational psychologist by profession, with an emphasis on working with people with disabilities. Country: Guatemala.
Nallely Paola López Juárez is a licensed Criminal and Forensic Investigative Technician who enjoys playing basketball and volleyball and spending time with her pets.
Public Advisory on Illegal Peddling of Medicines
The Ministry of Health alerts the public on the identification of products that are being sold as medicines but not officially recognized and registered by the Ministry of Health. Two recent inspections resulted in the identification and subsequent confiscation of these types of products and other related supplies from peddlers/street vendors. The Ministry advises that peddling of medicines is illegal. The products being sold by the street vendors pose a health risk as these may be falsified, substandard and/or unregistered medicines that are sold by non-professionals. The public is encouraged to visit only licensed pharmacies that have registered pharmacists providing pharmaceutical service to the community.
ARE YOU READY FOR THE NATIONAL SONG COMPETITION???
The first phase of the contest is in effect, send in those songs.
Corozal Town are you ready for this year's National Song Competition???
Caribbean Culture & Lifestyle - Belize Cuisine
The 6th issue of Caribbean Culture & Lifestyle is out, and it focuses on the incredible food found throughout Belize. They have a nice online version. It highlights Belize's initiative to eliminate single use plastics, along with the biodegradable containers and green packaging. Cahal Pech has a great article about it, and the burial site that was recently discovered and excavated(pages 18 and 19). Definitely worth a read. They even have a cool video showing how cacao beans are heated, opened, crushed, and turned into chocolate.
Paradise Theater playing this weekend:
Five Feet Apart,
The Queen's Corgi,
San Narciso Mourns Elderly Couple
Tonight, the Chan family - and indeed the entire community of San Narciso, Corozal is mourning the loss of two of its beloved Senior Citizens.
As we showed you last night, the elderly couple Audomaro and Ramona Chan were killed when an 18 wheeler rammed violently into their Ford Ranger - virtually snapping the little pickup under the Freightliner's massive front end.
Audomauro and Ramona Chan didn't have a chance. Their Ford Ranger was crushed beyond recognition. Two hours after the accident, it had to be hauled across the pavement - almost like scrap metal.
Police Say Chan May Have Been At Fault
As you saw earlier, at today's bi-weekly police press briefing, the Head of the National Criminal Investigations told us that preliminary observations of the accident suggests that the elderly Mr. Chan may be at fault:
ACP Joseph Myvette - Head, NCIB:
"On yesterday's date, sometime shortly after 1:30 p.m., Corozal Police were called to the scene of a road traffic accident between miles 72 and 73 on the Philip Goldson Highway, which is near the San Narciso Road Junction. Upon arrival, police observed a red Freightliner truck, which was being driven by Erik Ermoff, and the truck was southbound..."
Mayor Bernard "Bex"ť With Deputy PM
In October, we told you about an interesting plan that the Ministry of Health and the Mayors Association came up with to improve the health of the residents of municipalities countrywide.
The two sides signed a memorandum of understanding to work together to help Belizeans live longer healthier lives, by building wellness spaces and promoting healthy lifestyle habits.
These wellness spaces were supposed to be integrated in the public parks in the different cities and towns around the county. A part of those wellness spaces was supposed to include exercise equipment which the Ministry would purchase using funds donated by the Taiwanese Embassy.
Alcoholism in Belize: From Ruin to Redemption
As you heard on Tuesday, Commissioner of Police Chester Williams is actively trying to crack down on alcohol related offenses which drive of many violent crimes and traffic fatalities.
Williams has ordered his commanders to crack down on liquor license infractions and public drinking abuses. While that is what is happening on the law enforcement side, what is really happening on the ground and in the lives of those who have a drinking problem? What is alcoholism and how are people coping with it? For over a month, our Courtney Weatherburne has met and conducted several interviews with recovering alcoholics to get the answers to these questions and to better understand how destructive alcohol addiction is. Here is her special feature report...
The Strange Case of Sapote Lagoon
Sapote Lagoon outside San Narciso Village is known for good swimming and fishing waters, but, go there today and all you'll find is parched land. That's right. It has completely dried up - all the birds, fish and even the crocodiles are gone!
The cause is most likely a drought - but today the village chairman told us that int hasn't happened for decades:..
Elvis Correa, Chairman - San Narciso:
"We have persons that use to go and catch fish and sell it to the villagers and mostly all around the villagers and other villages come here for fishing..."
CEMO Ready For All Hurricane Contingencies
On Saturday, June 1st the Atlantic hurricane season officially opens.
Some of the world's leading weather forecasters are predicting that around 13 named storms, and that about 5 of those may become major hurricanes. That's supposed to be near the average number of storms that form in the world's Atlantic Hurricane Belt annually.
But, like all the other hurricane-prone countries in this part of the world, Belize is preparing for the season, and the Belize City Council, says that the City's disaster emergency apparatus is ready, in the event of a storm.
The Council held a press conference to assure the residents of the country's biggest population center that CEMO is up to the task to look after them, if there is a storm. Here's what the Mayor had to say:
Competent, Courageous Cops
On Tuesday, we told you how police performed with admirable competence on Saturday, when they foiled an armed robbery and hostage situation at A&R Store in Belize City. The responding officers intercepted the teenaged robbers, and though the culprits fired shots at them, they managed to detain the young men without any injury, and they retrieved the stolen money.
That's the type of good police work that the top brass wants to encourage, and so, today, Police Commissioner Chester Williams held an award ceremony to recognize them and 3 others who made similar moves to stop another crime in progress.
Man Charged For Stabbing Senior Citizen
Last night, we told you about 67 year old Frank Arnold, the resident of Neal's Penn Road, who was viciously stabbed multiple times on Tuesday night near his house. Well, the man who they say was the knife wielder is 29 year-old Ronald Percival Augustus Flowers.
He's at the Belize Central Prison on remand, and we'll tell you about his arraignment at Magistrate's Court today. But first, we start with the comments from police who discussed the case at today's bi-weekly police press briefing. Here's what they told us about their investigation so far:
Cops Looking For Cattle Landing Criminals
Last night we showed you a terrifying armed robbery which happened on Tuesday night at the Village of Cattle Landing, right outside of PG Town.
As we reported, at around 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday three masked men slipped into "D Cattle Landing Palace Store" through the back door, and held up an employee and an older woman. One of the men had a pump action shotgun and the other carried a machete, while the third male person stood guard at the back door - also with a pump action shotgun.
It's the kind of nightmare that no one should be subjected to, and today the cops told us what they know so far:
Cops Have No Luck With Sun Luck Robbers
And turning now to that robbery which happened in Orange Walk at around 7:30 on Tuesday night at the Sun Luck Store.
As we showed you 2 masked men robbed the store at gunpoint, and they assaulted the owner with a loaded pistol nudged right against his head.
Today police told us that they are trying to locate these culprits:
ACP Joseph Myvette - Head, NCIB:
"On Tuesday, sometime around 7:30 p.m., Orange Walk Police was called to Sun Lock Store, located in the Louisiana area, where upon arrival, the owner reported to them that sometime around 7:15 p.m..."
20 Year Old Shot In West
And in our last story from today's police press conference, the cops discussed a shooting from Tuesday night in Armenia Village, which left 20 year-old Edin Perez hospitalized with multiple gunshot wounds.
Here's what the police had to say about that incident:
ACP Joseph Myvette - Head, NCIB:
"On Tuesday night, shortly before midnight, Belmopan police responded a shooting incident, but first, visiting the visiting the Western Regional hospital where they met one Edin Garcia Perez, 20 years-old, of Armenia Village, which gunshot injuries..."
"Diginet" Now In Every Corner of Country
Belize Telemedia - now called Digi - has completed one of its most ambitious projects which started back in 2017. That's the national rollout of a fiber topic network for high speed broadband. It was completed in April when Diginet reached Toledo. That means that the company's high speed fiber optic broadband internet service has now reached every corner of the country and has essentially replaced the old copper network.
But, it didn't come cheap; it cost 96 million dollars. Still, the company's executives say this fiber optic backbone now positions the telecoms company to be "future-proof". What's more, they say that consumers have shown surprising appetite for the service. Here's more from a press conference held last night at BTL's flagship store in downtown Belize City.
Faber's Fight with City Hall
At the top of news, we told you about the complaint that Belize City Mayor Bernard Wagner made against Deputy Prime Minister Patrick Faber. He claimed that - as minister of sports - Faber basically hijacked the outdoor exercise equipment that should have gone to the Belize City Council, and re-directed it to the Marion Jones Sporting Complex.
Well, just a short while ago, The Deputy PM responded to our request for comment, and he said Wagner is completely mistaken to be blaming him, Faber said, quote "I had absolutely nothing to do with the determination that the national sports council would be a recipient of such gym equipment.
Beware, Bogus Drugs
The Ministry of Health says beware of bogus pharmaceutical products being sold by street peddlers.
The Drug Inspectorate led by Danini Marin says that two recent inspections turned up these types of products and other related supplies from street vendors.
She told us more via phone from Belmopan today:.,.
BDF On A Tradewinds Mission
A group of BDF soldiers have probably already settled in at what will be their new home in Dominican Republic for about two weeks. Now they aren't on vacation, not at all, 41 soldiers traveled to the DR yesterday for the first half of the annual Exercise Tradewinds. In a release sent today it states "it is held jointly by the United States Southern Command and its multinational partners to promote regional security cooperation. This year's exercise comprises 22 nations and over 18 different regional organizations". The focus is on humanitarian assistance or disaster response, counter threat network, rapid response among other critical themes.
Restore Safe Spaces
How can you create a safe space for children at home, in the school, and in the community? That is an extremely tough task given the level of violence and trauma children are exposed to on a daily basis in Belize. But Restore Belize, The Ministry of Education and UNICEF are trying to achieve that reality by gathering all the stakeholders and discussing what interventions have been used and what more needs to be done to give children a chance to freely and safely live, learn and play. We dropped by their round table discussion yesterday at the Biltmore to find out more about this initiative.
Bradley Roe Sends Lawyer For Shyne
UDP standard bearer Shyne Barrow has been having a moment or two recently. He's twice clashed publicly at a night spot with Bradley Roe - and it has now resulted in a public black eye for the aspiring politician.
Roe has gotten his attorney Bryan Neal to write to the Commissioner of Police, claiming to the COMPOL that Shyne Barrow is provoking and harassing Roe. Neal's letter says that Barrow insulted and assaulted Roe earlier this month.
Inseparable Elderly Couple Die in Horrific Traffic Collision
The Chan family in San Narciso Village is tonight making final preparations to put to rest two of its most senior members. Married for more than fifty years, on Wednesday [...]
Ronald “Jack” Flowers Arraigned for Attempted Murder
Sixty-seven-year-old Frank Arnold is fighting for his life at the K.H.M.H., after he was stabbed multiple times by Ronald Flowers, who is known in the neighbourhood to be suffering from [...]
Police Officer Freed of ‘Harm’ Charge after Ex-Girlfriend Withdraws Charges
Also in the courts today, PC Leon Bradley was freed from the charge of harm. This was after his estranged girlfriend twenty-year-old Ashley Pate told the court that she does [...]
Who Wants Guatemalan National Edin Perez Dead & Why?
Who wants Guatemalan national Edin Garcia Perez dead and why, is still up in the air tonight as police officers continue to investigate a shooting incident that occurred on Tuesday [...]
Terrence Lopez is Arraigned for Placencia Shooting
Earlier this week, we reported on a shooting incident in Placencia in which Francis Eiley was shot in the leg during an altercation with his neighbour. Initial reports were that [...]
Still No Arrest for Robbery at Sun Luck Store in Orange Walk
On Wednesday night, we showed you surveillance footage that captured the armed robbery of a store on Zericote Street, in the Louisiana area of Orange Walk Town. Just after seven [...]
1 Person is Detained for Robbery in the South
Meanwhile, in the south, police have detained one of three persons reportedly involved in an armed robbery. Also on Tuesday, Punta Gorda Police responded to a report of a robbery [...]
CEMO Kicks off 2019 Hurricane Season
The 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season begins on Saturday and for the next six months the City Emergency Management Organization will remain on standby should a storm head towards the Old [...]
Party Politics with Placement of Exercise Machines?
Is central government playing party politics with a donation of exercise equipment gifted by the Taiwanese Embassy earlier this week? According to Belize City Mayor Bernard Wagner, the mayors of [...]
Beware of Illegal Peddling of Medicines
The Ministry of Health is warning the public to be cautious of medicines which are not officially recognized and registered by the ministry. Several brands and types of these medicines [...]
9 Officers are Recognized for Heroism in the Face of Danger
Today, a group of police officers was awarded for bravery during two crimes that occurred in the month of May. The ComPol’s Outstanding Officers Award Ceremony was held at the [...]
Rotary Club of Belize Sunrise Showers Saint John Vianney with Gifts
Saint John Vianney Catholic School on Faber’s Road was showered with gifts courtesy of the Sunrise Rotary Club of Belize. Today, the students, faculty and staff were officially given the [...]
Where Education and Citizen Security Intersect
The Ministry of Education and RESTORE Belize have concluded a series of roundtable discussions to share new ideas and methods in the education response to citizen security. The goal was [...]
RESTORE Belize Initiative Improves Student/Teacher Relationship
Vice Principal Georgia Griffith, of Maud Williams High School, says that with the introduction of the pilot project there has been vast improvement in the relationship between students and teachers. [...]
Healthy Living Looks at a Screening Option for HPV
Last week, thousands of Belizeans participated in the ten mile cancer walk coordinated by the Belize Cancer Society. The activity had multiple purposes, including spreading awareness about the prevalence of [...]
Ministry Of Health Issues Alert About Dangerous Medicines
The Government of Belize’s Ministry of Health has issued an advisory to the public about unproven or unqualified medicines being sold by unscrupulous vendors that have not been approved as licensed to sell pharmaceutical products, and that their activity pose a danger to the public.
Motorcyclist Seriously Injured In Traffic Incident
A motorcyclist was seriously injured in a traffic incident that occurred at the corner of Dean Street and Pluse Street in Belize City.
Traffic Incident On The Northern Hwy. Last Night
A traffic accident in which an overturned vehicle is seen in this video occurred last night near a Belizean nightclub near Mile 13 on the Phillip Goldson Highway ...
Breaking Belize News
Student from Toledo reported missing
Police are asking the public’s assistance in locating a missing girl from Toledo. Evelyn Caal […]
FCD promotes sustainable farming in Vaca Forest Reserve
Today, Friends for Conservation and Development (FCD) went on a tour of farms at the […]
Police: Man stabbed senior citizen multiple times for no reason
Belize City police have charged Ronald Flowers in connection with the stabbing of a senior citizen. […]
One man detained for robbery in Toledo District
Toledo police have detained one man in connection with a Tuesday night robbery in Cattle Landing. […]
Driver served with notice of intended prosecution after fatal road traffic accident
Erik Ermoff has been served with a notice of intended prosecution following a fatal road […]
BAHA meets with stakeholders to safeguard agricultural health in Belize
The Belize Agriculture and Health Authority (BAHA), the Ministry of Agriculture and Organismo Internacional Regional […]
Government warns of illegal peddling of medicines
The Ministry of Health is alerting the public on the identification of products that are […]
2019 National Song Competition Accepting Entries
The National Celebrations Commission is inviting musicians, performing artists and songwriters to submit their songs […]
Belize Defence Force participate in Tradewinds Exercise 2019
Over 40 men and women of the Belize Defence Force (BDF) departed Belize yesterday for […]
Inflation ticks up in April
The Statistical Institute of Belize (SIB) says consumer prices are up marginally for the first […]
Sun Luck Store robbers got away with cash
There was a robbery at 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday night in the Orange Walk District. Assistant Commissioner of Police Joseph Myvett , says that the thieves, who had their faces covered, attacked Sun Luck Store and escaped with cash. A.C.P. Joseph Myvett – Head National Crimes Investigation Branch: “Orange Walk police were called to Sun …
Western and northern Belize experiences drought
Ronald Gordon – Climatologist, National MET Service: “In terms of impacts, we have not had any major report. Our person who liaises with the Agricultural Sector has been making calls and the latest information that we got was that some farmers were having problems with feeding their livestock. Apart from that, we have not had …
Armenia Villager shot in front of home
In the past few months 2 Armenia Village residents have been killed. There could have been another one to report today, but the victim of a shooting incident earlier in the week, is recovering. Assistant Commissioner of Police Joseph Myvett says Edin Garcia Perez of Armenia Village was shot when he exited his home minutes …
Law and Order’s Finest Recognized
The police department held a special ceremony today for officers who have not only done their duty, but showed additional vigilance and courage under pressure. Love News attended the ceremony at the Queen Street Police Station this morning in Belize City. Jose Sanchez – Reporter: “The Belize Police Department held another award ceremony to recognize …
Attempted Murder suspect arrested by the police
On Tuesday night after 8 pm, fifty seven year old Frank Arnold was viciously stabbed on Neals Pen Road Extension. The incident was witnessed by several persons including a family member. Today, the police department revealed that the attacker, identified as 29 year old Ronald Flowers has been charged for several crimes including attempted murder. …
Ministry of Health to tackle childhood obesity
For the most part children spend a lot of their waking hours being sedentary and engaging in poor eating habits. These factors contribute to a myriad of problems in children including high blood pressure and diabetes. Yesterday, the Ministry of Education held a meeting with its stakeholders to see how they can collectively address obesity …
Andrew Bennett continues to fight an extradition order
Belizean attorney, Andrew Bennett, who is wanted in the United States of America on money laundering charges, appeared yesterday before Chief Magistrate Sharon Fraser, where he continues to fight the extradition order. Assistant Solicitor General Samantha Matute-Tucker and DPP Cheryl-Lynn Vidal represented the crown while Anthony Sylvestre represented Bennett. Sylvestre is hoping to get his …
Double Fatality in Northern Belize
There have been several, fatal traffic accidents reported in our news recently. The one that occurred on the Philip Goldson Highway between miles 72 and 73 was no less brutal. On Wednesday, after 1:30 in the afternoon a red freightliner and a white Ford Ranger collided on the road. The police say that the driver …
Medicine sold by vendors are not safe
Today, the Ministry of Health sent out an advisory alerting the public of medicinal products being sold by peddlers or street vendors. It advises the public only to purchase medicine from a registered pharmacist. Love News spoke with Dr. Marvin Manzanero, the Director of Health Services at the Ministry of Health, who said that the …
Belize Electricity Comparison 2006 – 2019, Freaky Sandstorm and Sargassum Report
Last week, I ran into Tamara Sniffin (owner of San Pedro Sun) and we got chatting as we walked. Both of us were in the same frame of mind – trying to stave off the use of air conditioning as long as we could. Many people practice being frugal in low season... Aside from the cost of living in Belize, another popular topic people want to know about is sargasso aka sargassum. but first duck and cover. This past Wednesday we experienced a sandstorm in Central Park... Kids step over it and pets step in it, often it, is hard to avoid, it is what it is. However, sargassum related health issues are still on the rise. Anyone with an autoimmune issue could be more susceptible to it affects. Some symptoms include labored breathing, nausea, itchy eyes...
One last shopping picture for anyone coming soon, it’s Mango season in Belize. All around town you will find whole or sliced mango for sale.
Galen University - Update, 27min. Galen University continues to develop its course offerings to include professions that are needed locally. We spoke with their representatives about some of the new programs as well as the new financing options to help prospective students enroll. On our couch:
Dr. Sylvia Cattouse - Dean of Faculty of Business and Entrepreneurship, Galen University
Dr. Dorian Barrow - Dean of Faculty of Education, Galen University
Sherry Gibbs - Dean of Faculty of Arts & Science, Galen University
The United States Embassy representatives - WE Americas Accelerator Program, 24min. The United States Embassy representatives were our guest to discuss the WEAmericas Accelerator Program. We spoke with a program mentor and participant about their experience and why others should take interest and participate. On our couch:
Stacy Badillo - Owner, Purple Passion Studio & Spa/(current Belize participant of WEAmericas Accelerator Project).
Leisa Carr-Caceres - Marketing & Sales and Past President of Belize Hotel Association (current Mentor For WeAmericas Accelerator Project).
Martha Videa - Program Manager, WEAmericas Accelerator Project.
Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams, gave Police Department update, 42min. The daring robbery of A&R Enterprise Ltd. was one of the latest incidents in a spate of robberies and shootings in the City over the last two weeks. Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams, gave us an update on the crime prevention strategies of the Belize Police Department. He explained one of his biggest goal is to build relationships with vulnerable communities and to build their trust in the police department to protect and serve.
DIVE TRIP BELIZE, 3.5min.
Belize 2019, 13min. San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize San Ignacio, Cayo District, Belize April 10-16, 2019.
"Cronyism and Nepotism in Belize" - Podcast, 33min. Juel and Jamall go into an innovative and exciting discussion about the prevalence of Cronyism and Nepotism in our country.
Carnival Dream Sharks Stingrays & Tarpin Belize, 16min. Carnival Dream Cruise Excursion Sharks & Singrays with Tarpin 2019 4K Great shots of the Rays & Sharks with Tarpin jumping and eating out of my hand. Caye Caulker Island... would like to spend more time there it looked like a fun place to chill, The Lazy Lizard had the best Shrimp Tacos I have ever had along with Ice cold beer. Stingrays, Sharks, Tarpin and the Belize Barrier Reef all circle around Caye Caulker where the island was split after Hurricane Hattie in 1961. This was a fun memorable excursion that I wont soon forget.
Belize bonefish on spinning gear, 10min. Fishing the flats and shore on Ambergris Caye with spinning gear.
Belize Bound | Placencia Travels, 9min. Traveling internationally with our family to Belize for a month! Buckle up, and join us on this amazing adventure!
Caracol in Belize - Auf den Spuren der Maya, 6min.