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Justice of the Peace Meeting in San Pedro
Attention all Justice of the Peace in San Pedro: Inviting all JPs to attend this coming Monthly Meeting next Wednesday, September 4, 2019 at 7:00 PM sharp in Room 1G at SPHS. The new OC of SP Police Formation Superintendent Christopher Noble will be the Guest Speaker who will update us on the status of policing in San Pedro and the necessity of all JPs functioning in their capacities in assisting them in keeping San Pedro safer for all. All prospective JPs are urged & encouraged to attend! Refreshments will be served!
Close Encounters At Sea (Survival Stories)
In this article I want to document real close encounters of San Pedranos that we may remember for generations. They are real stories that have been told throughout the years. They were a big deal back then, when local fishermen and divers lacked the modern equipment, technology and medical services were scarce on the island. Enjoy this two-part article with incredible stories about our local fishermen.
Various Belizean Sources
eBOOK "Task For The Following Day" by Yasser Musa
I invite you to go:
and click on the image of the eBOOK
Task For The Following Day
It is a short ebook acknowledging 30 years (1989 -2019) since I started to make art in the public space.
I thank cultural journalist and activist Eugenia Montalván Colón who wrote the essay for the eBOOK. She wrote the text in 2009, and it remained unpublished until today.
List of plants of Belize from 1934
Check this out plant lovers. A short list of plants of Belize from 1934. I bet this could lead into some interesting areas.
LAUNCH OF MINISTRY OF TOURISM & CIVIL AVIATION JOB PORTAL
The Ministry of Tourism is pleased to offer you a FREE, USER FRIENDLY, and FULLY MANAGED web application designed to connect tourism supported employers and job seekers.
Corozal's Best Ever Rum, Ribs, Rice
COMING SOON TO COROZAL - HUNGRY? Try our event, popcorn, pizza, maya, pastries, creole, ginger, cheese, vegan sausage and pastries, hot sauces, RIBS, burgers, wings, green mango chutney, deep fried snickers, spanakopita, Scottish broth, fresh produce, hudut, sereh, tamales, brain food, chicken foot cerviche, grilled meats, prepped meats, NEED MORE?
German Fam Trip
UK Tour Operators and Travel Agents from Trailfinders, Caribbean Fun Travel, Journey Latin America and Plan South America visited Belize for a Familiarization Trip, exploring the areas of Placencia, San Ignacio, Orange Walk, and San Pedro.
Phase one for the naming of the site once occupied by the Paslow building has been completed
Friday last was the deadline to receive submissions for the renaming of the historic site. We received ninety four names. The second phase will be to reduce the total names to six. The third phase will be to conduct an online Poll to choose the winning name. Hopefully, by the end of September we will have the new name.
The park in Corozal is decorated with flags. Red, White and Blue colors
New "Corozal" Sign is coming up soon
Loving the view from Corozal. It will be up this week.
2019 Miss San Pedro Pageant
The San Pedro Town Council cordially invites everyone to assist this year's Miss San Pedro Pageant taking place this Saturday, September 7th at the Hon. Louis Sylvestre Complex, starting at 8:00 p.m. SHARP!
Which of these five young ladies will be San Pedro's next goodwill ambassador?
Tickets will be on sale at the door. Gates open at 6:00 p.m.
Pizza & Prints for Paws
Yesterday, The Shops at The Split hosted a FANTASTIC event to raise funds for the Caye Caulker Humane Society. The donation will go directly to medications and veterinary services for the island critters.
The Pizza & Prints for Paws event raised $2,240.50 for the HS thanks to all of the participants in the raffle, the cash donors, dog owners who bought a fun toy for their fuzzies, and the awesome business community who donated great raffle prizes make the event possible!
Battle of St. George's Caye Day Dance
What are you doing to bring in September 10th? Join us at the Battle of St. George's Caye Day dance at the Biltmore on Monday, September 9th from 9 pm until 3am! Want a chance to win 2 free tickets? Tag us in a picture of yourself with a Belizean flag for a chance to win!. (Raffle ends Friday at 10PM)
Caye Caulker Children's Football Marathon
Please encourage your children to come out and participate in the Children's Football Marathon scheduled to start Saturday, September 14th, 2019. Register your children this Thursday. Thank you
Dolphin found dead in Corozal
Dead dolphin found Monday, along the sea wall in front of VIP Transfer Services next to Caribbean Tires in our Corozal Bay. Mr. Ryan Rivera of Oceana Belize was on the scene and carted the carcass away for further evaluation to determine possible cause of death.
Corozal Rotary’s Triple H Event
American Style Huge Hamburgers, $10.
Join Rotary’s Triple H Event on September 27th, Friday.
Homemade Huge Hamburgers,
Home created sauces,
Specially Baked Big Hamburger Breads,
Created just for our community.
Corozal Animal Program Event - DANCE PARTY
at Alfredo's Condos in Consejo Shores on Tuesday, September 10th from 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. $20 includes entrance and lunch. No host bar available. LIVE MUSIC by LEGENDS. Lunch Catered by Maria's Italian Food.
Directions: Take the Consejo Road and turn right at the sign saying "Consejo". Go to the end of the road and turn right. Alfred's condos are the large orange structures a few hundred yards down on the left.
Kids Karaoke in Corozal
Kids Karaoke - Ages 5 to 12- Coronation Park - Sunday, September 8th. Time: 7:00 p.m. - 1st Prize $100 - 2nd Prize $50 - 3rd Prize $25. Register at the Corozal Town Council or call 480-2072.
Training for the management of VHF and satellite tracking devices used for monitoring manatees
On Tuesday August 29, 2019, the Sarteneja Alliance for Conservation and Development (SACD) Research and Monitoring team traveled to Chetumal to attend a two days training on the management of VHF (Very High Frequency) and satellite transmitters arranged by El Instituto de Biodiverisdad de Areas Naturales Protegidas de Quintana Roo (IBANQROO). The training took place at el Centro de Atención y Rehabilitación de Mamiferos Acuáticos and was facilitated by the PhD. Benjamin Morales Vela and his assistant Blanca Prado from Elcolegio de la Frontera Sur (ECOSUR).
The objective of the training was to provide the fundamental knowledge of the use of VHF transmitters and satellite trackers which are used for monitoring manatees or other animals. The transmitters provide information on location, movement, and behavior of the tagged manatee. The ARGOS program is used to collect the satellite information sent by the trackers and provides real time information of the manatees.
Kids Matinee - Coronation Park
Friday, September 6th at 6:30 p.m. It is a Family Affair.
Oceana Belize September E-Newsletter
It’s been a busy year for us at Oceana Belize, here’s a recap of what we’ve been up to over the summer. We hope you enjoy and it inspires you to join us on some of our upcoming initiatives!
Faber Forges Forward, But Does He Have The Numbers?
We start tonight with politics - where UDP Deputy Leader Patrick Faber yesterday officially launched his campaign for party leadership.
The convention for that will be held in February of next year, and Faber hit the ground running yesterday with a mega event at the Civic Center. Officially, it was an endorsement convention just for Faber's stronghold in Collett, but unofficially, it was the launch of the drive to February where everything is on the line for this young politician. Jules Vasquez was at the Civic for the political heat check:...
We note that while we counted 7 constituency area reps or standard bearers, and found 9 when we reviewed our footage, Faber's camp says we have it all wrong. His campaign manager Roosevelt Blades says, quote, "we had representation from 25 of the 31 constituencies yesterday." End quote.
And what was the crowd count? We'd put it at about 1,250, including a large number of persons who stayed outside where the food and drinks were.
Man Murdered At Former Stash-House
A man was killed in the city this weekend - and it happened at a property that made the news as a stash house weeks ago.
On Friday night, it was a murder scene Cherisse Halsall reports:
On Friday night at midnight former Coast Guardsman 25 year old Devaun Maskall had just gotten home to this house at mile four and a half on the Phillip Goldson highway where he was ambushed by a gunman:
Supt. Hilberto Romero, Crimes Investigation Branch:
"On Saturday the 31st of August around midnight police responded to a shooting incident at..."
Man Comes After Cop Ran Into Him
Tonight, a family from Camalote Village is worried about the head of their family.
He's 60-year-old Rejinaldo Ruiz, a father of 4, and he's in a coma at the KHMH. Yesterday evening at around 5:00, he was on the way to his job site at Caves Branch Branch. But, he never made it because while he was riding his motorcycle on the George Price Highway, he was rear-ended by a police patrol pickup truck driven by Inspector Clifton Jones.
Cops Served Inspector With NIP
So, the cops must now investigate and weigh criminal charges against one of their own for his involvement in this accident that now has Rejinaldo Ruiz in a coma.
This afternoon, the Head of the Criminal Investigation's Branch told the press that they've already taken a urine sample from him, and he's been issued with a notice of intended prosecution. Here are the details he shared with us about the case:
ACP Joseph Myvett, Head, National Crimes Investigation Branch:
"Yesterday evening shortly after 5pm, Roaring Creek police was called to an area between miles 44 and 45 on the George Price Highway..."
"Ladrones" In Lazaro
A man and his wife are fortunate to be alive after they were attacked in their village home. The home invasion happened on Saturday night in San Lazaro, and Police told us more.
ACP Joesph Myvette:
"Orange Walk police was called to San Lazaro village to the home of Romeo Castillo where he reported to police that sometime between 10:00pm on the said Saturday..."
Lawless Coast Guardsman?
Tonight, Belmopan police have an officer from the Belize Coast Guard in custody. That's after he allegedly barged into the Teul family home in the San Martin area, threatened several of the members, fired a live round from an unlicensed firearm, and struck one of the female residents with the gun.
It happened this morning at around 8:00. It appears that this accused man has an ongoing dispute with several members of the family, and so, he reportedly went to their home, which is when the scary assault reportedly played out.
Carnival Season Starts On Sour Note With Attack on Child
It should be about revelry and dancing in the street, but on Friday night, the Carnival season started out on a sour note.
A 10 year old girl was stoned in the head - at the end of the Carnival motorcade that signals the start of Carnival.
Her group, Jump Street Posse Junior Band - which is a fixture of carnival - was at the tail end of the motorcade when a few of their spectators started throwing stones at the kids. Cherisse Halsall tells us what happened next:
Bus Association Ultimatum Hangs Damoclean
Last week Thursday's newscast, we spoke to Darren Stuart Sr., one of the executive members of the Belize Bus Association.
He was saying in no uncertain terms that if the government had not amicably resolved the current dispute they have about foreign bus owners operating on Belize's roads, they would resort some form of industrial action - AKA a bus strike.
The source of the dispute is that about a month ago, the Government agreed that it would limit Guatemalan and Mexican bus operators. The two sides agreed in principle that they would require these operators to hand off their passengers at the borders to local bus operators and taxi cooperatives, who would take over and transport these passengers around the country.
Bahamas Desperate and Devastated, Dorian Stalls
Hurricane Dorian has devastated the northern Bahamas and tonight, it remains an extremely powerful category 4 storm.
And what's most troubling at this hour is that the steering currents have collapsed - and the storm is stationary, just sitting over the island of Grand Bahama and pommeling it with relentless rain, massive winds and towering storm surges.
It's a worst case scenario as the storm is stationary tonight and is expected to continue to sit in Grand Bahama for another 12 hours. And that's after it mashed up the island of Abaco yesterday. That's a total population of about 50 - 70 thousand Bahamians in its path.
Former Guat Presidential Candidate To Jail
She lost the presidential election last month, and, tonight, Guatemalan politician with Belizean roots, Sandra Torres is in jail, accused of violating campaign financing rules.
Press reports indicate that for more than a decade now, Torres has been facing allegations of corruption, which she continues to deny.
The charges she faces are in connection with a case that was investigated by the anti-corruption body known as CICIG, or the International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala. That organization says that her political party, National Unity of Hope or UNE for short, received some 3.5 million dollars in undeclared financing during the 2015 presidential elections.
Rasheed Accident, The Fatal Factors
On Friday we told you about the tragic death of 28 year old Rasheed Pollard. It happened at mile 4 on the Phillip Goldson highway. He was driving back into the city after a night out celebrating his birthday with family and friends in Ladyville.
But something went wrong and he slammed into a lamp-post which caused his vehicle to flip. Today police gave their official report on it.
Perez's Motorbike Death
And as we also reported on Friday, a Punta Gorda resident was killed in a motorbike accident on the Southern Highway.
Greg Perez, along with his passenger were heading to Independence from PG when he Perez lost control of his motorcycle. Police told us more.
ACP Joesph Myvette, Head, NCIB:
"What the police know so far is that Mr. Perez along with Mr. Lawrence Cholom who was his passenger departed PG en route to Independence on the motorcycle and upon reaching miles 63 and 64 he lost control..."
PG Was Host for Sept. Celeb Opening
Ready or not, September is here and the pre-carnival motorcades and mas camp madness has already begun. And, to officially launch the September celebrations, opening ceremonies were held on Saturday in Punta Gorda. Here are a few excerpts from the event.
Next year's opening ceremonies will be held in Dangriga.
The Queen is From Cayo
And, in another big September celebrations event, San Ignacio's Kimberley Santos was named Queen of the Bay at the Bliss Institute of the Performing Arts on Saturday night.
Santos's crowning is historic as the last Queen of the Bay who hailed from the Twin Towns was Yolanda Cruz in 1965. Kimberley, who was crowned in a sparkling red dress, is a proud graduate of Sacred Heart College and is now pursuing her Bachelor's Degree in English Education at the University of Belize.
Devaun Mascal Gunned Down in Midnight Execution
Twenty-five-year-old Devaun Mascal, was gunned down in front of his house around midnight on Saturday. Mascal was with his girlfriend who escaped uninjured in the shooting. He had just exited [...]
Coast Guard Officer Allegedly Attacks Woman
Coast Guard Officer Brian Orellano is tonight in trouble with the law. Orellano stands accused of hitting a woman with a handgun and firing the unlicensed firearm in public during [...]
No Gun? No Charges for Coast Guard Officer
According to investigators, the firearm that Coast Guard Officer Brian Orellano used to hit Christian Tuel and fire was not a coast guard issued firearm and is unlicensed. In most [...]
Reginald Ruiz Critical after being Rear Ended by Police Mobile
Sixty-year-old Reginald Ruiz is tonight in a critical condition at the K.H.M.H. after he was hit from the rear by a police mobile. The accident happened between mile forty-four and [...]
Inspector Clifton Jones Served with NIP
According to A.C.P. Joseph Myvett, urine samples from both men will be collected and tested. Myvett says that Inspector Jones has been served with a notice of intended prosecution. [...]
Belize Bus Association won’t back down and is prepared to strike
There is heightened tension within the transportation industry where a final decision has not been reached on buses from Mexico and Guatemala that travel through Belize. The Belize Bus Association [...]
Patrick Faber Launches Simultaneous Leadership Campaigns Ahead of 2020
Deputy Prime Minister Patrick Faber hosted a convention on Sunday at the Civic Center. While the convention was to endorse him as representative for the Collet Division, which he has [...]
Did Faber’s Convention Draw Massive Outside Support?
Of the thirty-one constituencies across the country, only seven were represented at Faber’s endorsement convention leading some to believe that the Deputy Prime Minister may not have been able to [...]
Will PM Barrow Step Down Before November 2020?
Prime Minister Barrow’s departure from office ahead of his retirement from electoral politics in November 2020 has been announced on previous occasions; however, a definitive timeline is yet to be [...]
2019 September Celebrations Officially Underway
The official launch of the 2019 September Celebrations was held over the weekend in Punta Gorda where chair of the National September Celebrations Commission, Deputy Prime Minister Patrick Faber opened [...]
Trial Against Danny Mason Et.Al. Adjourned
The murder trial against William Danny Mason and his co-accused murderers was today adjourned to Wednesday, September fourth. Two attorneys, namely Illiana Swift who is representing Terence Fernandez, and Guyanese [...]
A fisherman is in trouble with the law for a stabbing incident at Caye Caulker
A fisherman is accused of an old stabbing incident on La Isla Carinosa and tonight he is spending his first night on remand at the Belize Central Prison. This [...]
Armed men attack businessman and wife inside their home in San Lazaro Village Orange Walk
There was a frightening home invasion at the home of a couple up north. A businessman and his wife were attacked inside their home in San Lazaro Village in the [...]
Students turned back at Ladyville SDA Primary School for nonpayment of fees
It was back to school for thousands of pre and primary school students today. It was to have been a day to meet old friends, make new ones and get [...]
Bushfires near dumpsite is contained
The personnel at the National Fire Service were very busy last week tackling bush fires that erupted almost all over the city. Station Supervisor at the National Fire Service Kenneth [...]
Hurricane Dorian Leaves Disaster and Destruction in the Bahamas
Five people were confirmed dead on Abaco Island in the Bahamas as Hurricane Dorian continued on its ravaging path. The Category Four storm came to a standstill as it pummelled [...]
Bowen and Bowen says prices lower costs can lead to lower prices in butane
Last Friday, the Senate passed a bill paving the way for the new National Gas Company which is made up of a partnership between the government and a group of [...]
Senators Debate Land Tax, Partial Remission of Areas, Bill 2019
The government’s Land Tax, Partial Remission of Areas, Bill 2019 has raised many eyebrows across the country. The bill was ratified by the Senate on Friday, and essentially it is [...]
San Ignacio/Santa Elena’s Kimberly Santos is new Queen of the Bay
The seventy-fourth Queen of the Bay pageant took place at the Bliss Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday. It was a night of beauty, elegance, eloquence and grace as [...]
The splendor of the King and Queen Competition in Carnival 2019
September is known for its pageantry and its formalities and for the Belize Carnival Association, it is no different. What Queen of the Bay is to the tenth of September [...]
But still, the winner not announced
As we said, among the revelry, one Senior band claimed that the wrong music was played during their Queen’s performance. As Sunshine Masqueraders was performing their version of Queen Nefertiti, [...]
James Adderley has the full rundown of the weekend’s sporting activities
Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. [Highlights of the weekend in sports...]
Classes Suspended In Some Cayo Schools
Classes for two pre-schools in the Cayo district have been suspended until kinks between them and the Ministry of Education have been settled.
In the case of Mount Carmel RC pre-school in Benque Viejo Town, there was a communication issue between the school and the Ministry over the construction of toilets.
Bus & Taxi Association Threaten Shutdown
The Reporter has confirmed that bus and taxi operators are prepared for a worst case scenario of a national shutdown.
Representatives of the bus and taxi associations met over the weekend, and have set up a meeting with GOB/Transport representatives on Tuesday at the NEMO Building in Belmopan.
Drought Is Only The Beginning
Belize is in a drought like condition and has been for some time now; but you would never guess by the response of the government.
We have water running through our pipes so in the minds of those in Belmopan, there is nothing to worry about.
A Lifetime of Education Excellence
She is long retired from full-time teaching, but octogenarian Hortence Wade, J.P. continues to inspire standard six students to not only pass, but to excel in the Primary School Examinations (PSE).
Police May Charge All Passengers On Bus In Belmopan
Commuters on a Ritchie’s Bus are complaining because they say they have been taken off the bus twice in a short space of time for the bus to be searched.
Grand Bahama Island In The Bahamas – Catastrophic Damage
We feel that it is imperative that the details of the most devastating Hurricane in recent history, should and must be thoroughly covered by a Belizean based reporter.
Couple injured in home invasion
A couple from the community of San Lazaro in the Orange Walk District is lucky to be alive following a frightening and violent home invasion on Saturday night. Romeo Carrillo and his wife were asleep when three armed men barged into their home. Today, Assistant Commissioner of Police Joseph Myvett explained that police are …
Controversy in the Senate over LPG Bill
The National Liquefied Petroleum Gas Project Bill was also discussed in the Senate. The second reading of this bill caused some back and forth, since it is a proposition for a public/private partnership which would lead to the monopolization of LPG, otherwise known as butane. The responsibility of the LPG would be given to the …
Fire Burning for One Week Finally Extinguished
Bush fires which burned for at least a week in the vicinity of the old Belize City garbage dump and new Transfer Station were finally extinguished on Saturday, August 31. Many residents were concerned after waking up on Friday to the smell of smoke and a thick cloud hovering over their homes. Today, Fire Service …
Lands Department Eliminating Corruption
On July 19, Andre Vega, son of former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Natural Resources Gaspar Vega, was ordered to repay $400,000. Vega had received that money during his father’s tenure at Lands, as compensation for a parcel of land on the Philip Goldson Highway. Today, Commissioner of Lands Wilbert Vallejos told Love News …
Miss San Ignacio/Santa Elena is the new Queen of the Bay
The 74th annual Queen of the Bay Pageant was held Friday night at the Bliss Centre for the Performing Arts. Last year’s queen, Jenny-Lee Cruz, represented Belmopan and the new queen is Miss San Ignacio/Santa Elena, Kimberly Santos. Jenelli Fraser, Former Miss Universe Belize: “First runner up goes to, and whoever wins tonight will not …
Ministry of Natural Resource Clarifies Land Tax Amnesty Programme
The Prime Minister’s announcement at the last sitting of the House that 90 million in unpaid land taxes would be written off received widespread criticism. But it seems the Prime Minister mis-spoke because today officials from the Ministry of Natural Resources confirmed that there will be no write off, only an amnesty program. Commissioner of …
Former Coast Guard Member gunned down a stone’s throw from his front door
A former member of the Belize Coast Guard, 25-year-old Devaun Maskall was targeted and fatally shot a stone’s throw from his front door. Currently, police have disclosed no known motive for this murder, and sources say Maskall had recently moved into the home on the Philip Goldson Highway. Deputy Head of the National Crimes Investigations …
Ladyville primary school students not allowed in class
Today primary school students countrywide returned to classes, or at least, most of them did. Early this morning, Love News was alerted about a situation at the Ladyville Seventh Day Adventist Primary School, where we were informed that as many as two hundred students were turned back, reportedly for unpaid registration fees. Our news team …
Belize Bus Owners Association Prepare for the Worse
Tomorrow, Tuesday, representatives of the Belize Bus Owners Association will be meeting with representatives of Government in Belmopan. Credible reports are that if both sides cannot come to terms in that meeting commuters may be looking at a nationwide bus and taxi shutdown. Today, BBOA Communications Director Daren Stuart told Love News that they believe …
A member of the Belize Coast Guard is in trouble with the law
A member of the Belize Coast Guard is in police custody and will be charged following a firearm related incident in Belmopan this morning. The officer identified as Brian Orellano allegedly assaulted a woman before firing his weapon into the air. Assistant Commissioner of Police Joseph Myvett provided details of the report this afternoon. ACP …
Patrick Faber addresses rumors that he was chastised by the PM
At the convention, Patrick Faber also addressed reports that he had been chastised by his party leader, Prime Minister Dean Barrow in Cabinet. The scolding was allegedly the result of Faber’s publicly speaking out against the write-off of forty thousand dollars for the son of the Cabinet Secretary, Carlos Perdomo …
Patrick Faber launches leadership campaign
Deputy Prime Minister, Patrick Faber, is one of two candidates vying for leadership of the United Democratic Party (UDP). On Sunday afternoon, he got a jump on his opponent and was officially endorsed as standard bearer for Collet and took the opportunity to officially launch his campaign …
Preparation for COP25
Last week former Met Officer Carlos Fuller, International and Regional Liaison Officer at the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre, attended a heads of delegation meeting in preparation for COP25. If you’re not familiar with the term, COP25 is short for Conference of the Parties, and is a high-level meeting held annually to discuss and implement methods of mitigating climate change …
Police Officer charge for wounding his wife
A Special Constable of the Belize Police Department is in court again after allegedly assaulting his wife for the second time in as many months. 29-year-old Kenny Thompson Ferguson went before Magistrate Emmerson Banner today on a charge of wounding but his wife, Nicole asked that charges be dropped …
Police officer in trouble with the law
A former police officer is in trouble after tricking a woman into paying for a vehicle he never delivered. 23-year-old Cecil Martinez of Hattieville, Belize District was arrested in Orange Walk over the weekend, after Suyapa Leslie reported to police that she paid Martinez six thousand five hundred dollars …
Breaking Belize News
Father accused of touching daughter inappropriately
A 12 year old student from Stann Creek reported to police that on August 29, […]
Minor raped by another minor in Benque
Authorities are investigating a report done by a 14 year old female minor in Benque […]
The 2019 Carnival King and Queen results are out
The official results are out for the 2019 Carnival King and Queen. In the Senior […]
Vote for Destination of the Year
The Belize Tourism Board’s National Tourism Awards are coming up in October and for the […]
Five confirmed dead, thousands of homes destroyed following Hurricane Dorian
Information coming out of the Bahamas is that five people have been confirmed dead so […]
Police impound vehicle used in murder of Devaun Mascal
Belize City police have confiscated a vehicle believed to be used in the murder of […]
Prisoner passes away at KHMH
Jahangir Abadi was serving a prison sentence for abetment to murder. However, on Saturday he […]
Coast Guard officer goes berserk and fires unlicensed weapon
A member of the Belize Coast Guard is currently detained by Belmopan police. He is […]
Police mobile knocks down cyclist
Yesterday a police officer was involved in a road traffic accident.He is Inspector Clifton Jones. […]
Police: Dead motorcyclist was not wearing helmet
On Friday around 2 p.m., police were called to an area near mile 64 of […]
Belizean wins Queen of the Bay New York
Belizean born beauty ambassador, Alexya Alana Hyde is the newly crowned Queen of the Bay […]
Home invasion in Orange Walk
There was a home invasion in northern Belize on Saturday night. It reportedly occurred in […]
2019-2020 Academic Year in full swing
Today, with the opening of pre and primary schools across the country, the 2019-2020 Academic […]
Guest Blog - The Life of an Expat
So, you visited San Pedro on vacation, fell in love and want to retire or work here in paradise. The story has been repeated many times over by those that have gone before you and my wife Annette and I are a living example.
When we moved here in August of 2017, as we started making friends we would often ask what brought you here to San Pedro? The answer nearly always had the same message, we came here, we fell in love and we moved. That’s what happened to us beginning with our first visit in February 2016.
In 2016, we decided to try San Pedro Belize and stayed at Ramon’s Village. It was in the center of town and allowed us to explore on foot so it seemed like a wise choice. As we walked the beach to dinner on our first night, Annette turned to me and said “I love this place”.
Join in on the September Celebrations!
Ask any Belizean, young or old, which month of the year is the one they look forward to the most and hands down the overwhelming response will be September.It is a time of great patriotic celebrations! A month filled with festivities commemorating two important dates in our young country’s history, The Battle of St. George’s Caye and Independence Day.
Belizeans everywhere are very proud of our forefathers for standing up and defending this small nation and making it the only English-speaking country in Central America.
Royal bombshell: How Prince Charles plans to 'chart new territory' in the future
He may become king one day and Robert Jobson’s 'Charles at Seventy', looks at the first 70 years of his life so far. Upon becoming King, Charles would become the Head of the Church, like his mother, Queen Elizabeth II is currently. According to Lord Carey, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Charles wants to set new ground upon becoming the Head of the Church.
Mr Jobson notes: “Clearly, our next Supreme Governor of the Church of England plans to do the job a little differently.
“‘He is an individual who wants to chart new territory and that will be interesting indeed,’ says Lord Carey, the former Archbishop of Canterbury. ‘He is very outspoken.’”
Nine Caribbean teams in CONCACAF U-17
In the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football qualifiers playoff to decide which of the lower-ranked teams would go through for the finals next year, Barbados matched Belize with seven points in Group C, but had to give way to the Central Americans on goal difference.
Belize, with whom hosts Barbados had played to a draw in the opening game at the Wildey, AstroTurf, proved more prolific in scoring 10 goals while conceding only four. Barbados on the other hand managed just three goals in the three matches while taking in one goal.
This means that Belize goes on to the 2020 CONCACAF championship.
J-Crew Breaks Out In Belize
“Last night I dreamt of San Pedro … la isla bonita ..” Mel and Ashley are the only Jers who can actually remember the words to Madonna’s tribute to our spring break destination, but that didn’t stop the rest of us from making up our own words. San Pedro first struck us as adorable with a mini airport, golf carts driven on sandy roads, colorful shops and blue skies. We flew in by puddle jumper and went out by boat. We thought it charming that to take your golf cart from the main town to the resorts requires a guy with a rope pulls you across a river on a steel raft. Ironically, we thought we were being creative by adding Belize to our itinerary largely because it is so close to Guatemala.
Queen Of The Bay 2019, 2.5hr.
Friend (s) of Belize, know the benefits of processing your regional visitor card, 1/2min.
Belizes Independence Day, September 21st, 1981, 5.5min. September 21st, 1981 the Day we started our journey as an Independent Nation.
CLub Atlante International Friendly, 10sec. JESÚS VASQUEZ defender of CLub Atlante FC inviting all fans to attend the International Friendly on September 7 at the Ambergris Stadium, the island of San Pedro!
Ya’axché Summer Camp 2019, At 01:01:05.
In August, "...fifty children ages 9-14 from all over southern Belize converged at Ya'axché's Field Station, which is located in the Golden Stream Corridor Preserve, for a highly interactive week of fun learning."
Wesley Night Of Patriotic Songs And Poems, 1hr42min.
Belize Aug-2019, 10min.
The Reef and the Rainforest, 27min. Follow the evolution of ecotourism in Belize, Central America. Explore the rainforest and the coral reef which is second in size only to the Great Barrier Reef. Unique footage of forest dwellers - jaguars, ocelots, tapirs, howler monkeys, reptiles, birds as well as reef inhabitants - corals, sponges, and fish. Learn how the competition for space has resulted in unusual defense mechanisms. Take a visit to Chan Chich Lodge built to protect Mayan ruins and the forest.
Belize D3 Glovers Reef SW Wall, 3min. Belize scuba dive Glovers Reef Southwest wall, July 31, 2019 - max depth 70'
Kara and Austin Wedding - Belize 2019, 4min.
Victoria House San Pedro Belize A+++ Sept 2019, 4min. This place is great ! Amazing staff, and very friendly, beautiful landscaping too.
Roatan & Belize 2019, 15min. Diving Roatan and Belize. The first half is Roatan and the second half is Belize.
Belize Aggressor III - August 17 - 27, 2019, 17min. 10-days of diving in Belize.
Accion Deportiva, 55min.
AMBASSADOR SHYNE BARROW: 10 YEARS, 4.5min.