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The San Pedro Sun
Deputy Tax Service Director Reynaldo Verde detained by FBI on charges of extortion
A senior tax administrator of the Government of Belize remains in the United States of America (USA) after he was detained by the American authorities while transiting through that country on Saturday, September 7th. 46-year-old Reynaldo Verde, Belize’s Deputy Tax Service Director, is accused of alleged interference with commerce by means of extortion and attempted extortion. The senior public officer is also known to San Pedro Town, where in March 2013, he was involved in a shooting incident that left one man injured.
San Pedro Town celebrates the 221st Anniversary of the Battle of St. George’s Caye with a new queen and colorful parade
On Tuesday, September 10th, the 221st Anniversary of the Battle of the St. George’s Caye was observed on La Isla Bonita with a uniform parade and the presentation of the recently elected Miss San Pedro Litzy Castillo Guillen.
Other activities included a fire engine parade the evening before the official ceremonies at the Louis Sylvestre Sporting Complex and an all-day sporting event at the Boca del Rio Park.
Signalling the Battle of St. George’s Caye celebration, a fire engine parade took place through San Pedro Town shortly after 6PM on Monday, September 9th.
CARICOM Development Fund (CDF) provides US$3.3M in concessional support to the Government of Belize to implement its Growth and Sustainable Development Strategy
The CARICOM Development Fund (CDF), the Government of Belize (GOB) and the Development Finance Corporation (DFC) this week executed a Loan Agreement to seal the approval of a US$3.0 million (BZE$6.0 million) Credit Line and two Grant Agreements totalling US$0.3million (BZE$0.6 million) under the CDF’s Second Cycle Country Assistance Program (CAP) for Belize.
The Credit Line, which will be administered by the DFC, seeks to improve access to developmental financing for productive sector support consistent with the Government’s Growth and Sustainable Development Strategy 2016- 2019 (GSDS) and DFC’s Strategic Development Plan (SDP) – Strategy 2021: Building Resilience against Climate Change and Economic volatility.
GOB and the EXIM Bank of Taiwan Sign a Loan Agreement for the Financing of the Corozal-Sarteneja Road Project
This morning in Belize City, the Rt. Hon. Dean Barrow, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, signed a loan agreement between the Government of Belize and the Export-Import Bank of the Republic of China (Taiwan) (EXIM Bank) in the sum of US$50M for the upgrading of the Corozal-Sarteneja Road and the construction of the Pueblo Nuevo and Laguna Seca bridges.
Witnessing the signing was His Excellency Remus Li-Kou Chen, Ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to Belize and the Hon. Rene Montero, Minister of Works of the Government of Belize.
Taiwan Supports the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belize through the Institutional Strengthening of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of the Central American Countries
This morning, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs received support from the Republic of China (Taiwan) through the Institutional Strengthening of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of the Central American Countries. Taiwan has provided support to SICA member states under this program over the last decade.
Through this project, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs seeks to upgrade its I.T. equipment by replacing its current computers with new and modern ones; procuring additional ancillary office equipment; and renovating the existing office space in the Permanent Mission of Belize in New York.
Belize’s Carnival Road March 2019 highlights tradition, music and creativity
As part of the September Celebrations, Belize City celebrated its annual Carnival Road March 2019 with creativity, revelry and music in the streets on Saturday, September 7th. The anticipated event featured a colourful parade with elaborate costumes that continues to keep the Caribbean Carnival tradition alive.
The Carnival season had participants preparing for months, and the festive mood exploded early on Saturday with the traditional morning Jouvert. As early as 4AM, revellers took to the street in a parade that went on until the break of dawn.
Belize Receives Support From Taiwan Through Institutional Strengthening Of The Ministry Of Foreign Affairs
On Monday, September 9, 2019, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs received support from the Republic of China (Taiwan) through the Institutional Strengthening of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of the Central American Countries. Taiwan has provided support to SICA member states under this program over the last decade.
Inauguration Of Belize Medical Associates San Pedro Clinic
The Belize Medical Associates San Pedro Clinic was officially inaugurated on Saturday, September 7, 2019. The clinic is located in Northern San Pedro on the premises of Grand Caribe Resort and they have partnered to bring specialized medical care on the island for both local residents and to the growing tourism sector.
The official ribbon cutting was carried out by Grand Caribe Manager Sean Feinstein, Belize Medical Associates Board Chairman Dr. Marcelo Coyi, Resident Doctor of BMA San Pedro Clinic Dr. Renae Sersland and Mayor Daniel Guerrero.
Various Belizean Sources
Winners of the Renewable Energy Survey raffle
BEL congratulates the winners of the Renewable Energy Survey raffle and thanks all others who took the time to participate in the survey.
September 10 Event at BTB Kiosk
at Philip S. W. Goldson International Airport.
Banyan Bay’s Farmer's Market
Meet us this Saturday for another edition of The Market from 10am-1pm. Live music by Rob and about 10 concessionaires/local vendors will be on hand. Find deals on food, drinks, local art, wood carvings, fresh produce, Cindys Pantry Items, Zeske’s Arts & Crafts and much more..
Paint N Splash
See you this week at from 2-4pm Thursday to paint this “Private Island”.
National Coastal and Riverways Cleanup 2019
We invite you join us on Saturday, September 28th as we come together to keep our beaches and coastline plastic and litter free!
Contact your local field representative for more information.
Partners: Ocean Conservancy, Scout Association of Belize, Belize Department of the Environment - DOE, Belize Audubon Society, Coastal Zone Management Authority & Institute, and Belize Solid Waste Management Authority.
First ever ‘Youth Parliament’
Sub Committee of the first ever ‘Youth Parliament’ scheduled to occur on November 20, 2019 in celebration of International Children’s Day, called to order.
Representatives from the MOE,
UNICEF Belize, NCFC, Special Envoy Belize , The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Department of Youth Services, RESTORE Belize and The Ministry of Local Government met at the National Assembly to strategically plan for this exciting and historic event!
This initiative will have the participation of 31 students to form the Youth Parliament at the National Assembly and will also have a full gallery audience comprised of students from across Belize.
Second Annual Innovation and Tourism Talk
The Central America Tourism Agency (CATA) with the support of the BTIA and Belize Tourism Board will be hosting the Second Annual Innovation and Tourism Talk on September 30th, 2019 at the Radisson Fort George Hotel in Belize City. The aim of the event is to facilitate a regional training program focused on strengthening Central America’s competitiveness through digital tourism marketing. Key Presenters include: Google and More Turismo.
Participatory Hygiene And Hygiene Transformation
Belize Red Cross, Corozal Branch - Community, Schools and Belize Red Cross Volunteers working together for a cleaner, healthier and Vector free Chan Chen Village, Corozal. Participatory Hygiene And Hygiene Transformation (PHAST) happenning in schools. Murals being painted as a constant reminder of good hygiene behaviours. Vector borne diseases, BE GONE!!!
Join the Belize Defence Force
Great Opportunity for our youth. Belize Defence Force (BDF) Volunteer Element will conduct RECRUITING DRIVE in Corozal on Saturday, October 5th at the Corozal Drill Hall on San Antonio Road (just before BWS office) from 7:00 a.m.
Corozal Town Council Municipal Bazaar
This community event is growing very fast. Please continue to support it. The Corozal Town Council cordially invites everyone to its Municipal Bazaar in-front of the Central Park and Town Council. Don´t miss out this Friday, September 13th from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.- it's our Municipal Bazaar - come and take advantage of the many great deals.
Pink Ribbon Gala 2019
The Belmopan Cancer Society's 2019 Pink Ribbon Gala will be at the George Price Centre on Saturday, October 19th. The proceeds will go towards assisting cancer patients in the area.
"Support the Belmopan Cancer Society by contributing to a worthy cause. The Belmopan Cancer Society 2nd Annual Pink Ribbon Gala, October 19th at the George Price Center for Peace and Development. Funds from this fundraising event will be used to assist Cancer patients in Belmopan and surrounding areas and the upkeep of the first phase of the Beverly Swasey Multipurpose Cancer Center. Contact us at 623-0202 to secure your tickets."
Cops Charge 4 of the Drug Plane 6 in Major Coastal Road Bust
On Monday's newscast, we told you about that big drug bust that police made on Sunday just after midnight. They managed to intercept 6 foreigners who landed an illegal aircraft in an area located off the Coastal Road, at mile 7. That plane was carrying 41 bails of cocaine.
We know a little more about the incident tonight, which we'll share with you, but first, we take you to the Belize City Magistrate's Court this afternoon. That's where 69-year-old Mexican Miguel Cruz Meseguer; the Ecuadoran, 43-year-old Juan Pablo Larrea Cruz; and Hondurans, 51-year-old Carlos Humberto Henriquez Gomez, and 30-year-old David Noe Orellana Discua were all arraigned this afternoon.
Teenager Meets Gruesome End in San Lorenzo Orange Walk
The body of Christopher Chi was found last night on San Lorenzo road near Orange Walk. Three persons of interest including 2 minors are currently detained in relation to his murder. Our news team headed to Orange Walk this morning and spoke to the family of the boy, as they surveyed the cement culvert where the child's decomposed body was found. Cherisse Halsall reports.
At first glance, it may look like a discarded rubber glove but it is in fact waterlogged skin that peeled of the body of a deceased fourteen year old child.
Three days ago the body of Christian Chi was stuffed into this water filled drain by the three men that murder him.
Chinese Grocer Robbed and Killed in Bella Vista Store
And there is more bad news that happened on the 10th holiday, a well-known Bella Vista Village Chinese shop owner was shot and killed last night. It happened around 7:10. Jingzhang Xu also known as "Grandpa" was inside his Chens store when an armed masked man dressed in camouflage wear stormed in and demanded money. Xu did not comply and apparently put up a fight and he was shot dead. Today Commissioner of Police Chester Williams told us what investigators know so far.
"Sometime yesterday, Independence police were called to Chen's Store in Bella Vista Village, Stann Creek District, whereupon arrival they saw the lifeless body of a Chinese businessman Mr. Xu with apparent gunshot injury to the neck..."
La Immaculada School Far from Immaculate but...Getting There
Today the classrooms at La Immaculada were pretty much full as students returned to school. As we have reported, the New River stench was just too unbearable for the kids and teachers so they had to cancel classes for a couples days last week. Well, it seems that being on the school grounds was manageable today. We dropped by the school and the principal Lenny Umana told us while it is a welcomed reprieve from the odor, they are remaining alert and monitoring the situation to ensure the comfort and well-being of the students and staff.
850 students showed up to school today out of the over one thousand students.
DOE Keeping a Close Eye on Aerators in New River
Personnel from the Department of the Environment were also on the ground today in Orange Walk checking on their aerators. According to environmental officer Anthony Mai, since they installed the aerators, they have been seeing some slight improvements in the water on the surface. But they still have to observe and monitor the effects of the aerators in the water. Here is more from Mai.
Anthony Mai, Environmental Officer - DOE:
"Immediately we realized that it showed some improvement in terms of the clarity of the water..."
Red, White and...more Red in 10th Parade
It was the tenth day of September yesterday, and at the end of tonight's news, we'll show you highlights of the parade and the official ceremony.
But it wasn't just a ceremonial event, we picked up some strong and surprising political signals in the parade - which has always been a showcase for UDP muscle.
First, we saw Deputy Leader Patrick Faber out in force with his Collet constituents, but his crowd, very notably, did not include any national political figures.
His rival for leader, on the other hand, Belmopan rep John Saldivar seems to have come down to the city to make a statement on Faber's home turf. Saldivar was in Albert Rep Tracey Taegar Panton's larger and more animated crowd.
Big Day in Mason Trial Stalled
On Monday's newscast before the 10th of September Holiday, we told you about the dock statement that Keiron Fernandez made in his murder trial.
For several months now, he, William "Danny" Mason, Ashton Vanegas, Terrence Fernandez, and Ernest Castillo have all been facing a trial without a jury before Justice Antoinette Moore for the 2016 beheading murder of Pastor Lewellyn Lucas. In that time, the 5 defendants have been listening intently to all the evidence that DPP Cheryl-Lynn Vidal has been submitting in the prosecution of this trial, to show that they all had a hand in Pastor Lucas' murder.
Reynaldo Verde Gets 'Red' Light from FBI for Extortion
In our previous newscast, we told you how Reynaldo Verde, one of the most senior tax administrators in Belize, was detained by the FBI last Saturday. They took him into custody while he was transiting through the US; he was returning from an official trip to Brussels, where he attended an international tax conference.
Well, the FBI has released a statement to note Verde's arrest. Dated February 9th, the Feds said, quote, "The FBI announces the arrest of Reynaldo Verde, 46, of the country of Belize, by complaint for his alleged interference with commerce by means of extortion and attempted extortion. Verde, who is the Assistant Commissioner for the Department of General Sales Tax for the Government of Belize, was arrested without incident by the FBI at Washington Dulles International Airport on Saturday... End quote.
Where are you Adamir? Belmopan Girl Missing
A 19 year old girl from Belmopan has been missing for 5 days. Adamir Choc went out clubbing on Friday night and has yet to return home. She was last seen leaving E & L's night club at around 3 in the morning. Her friends reportedly left her behind after an altercation in the bar. According to Choc's family, surveillance footage from the club captured her getting into a taxi, going up the hill toward La Cabana, and later returning to E& L's where she may have gotten into an SUV.
Cops get Chummy with Corozal Folks at Meet and Greet
Today police were in Corozal for a meet and greet session. Commissioner of Police Chester Williams discussed the importance of establishing a relationship with residents there and the plans to make the community safer.
Man Charged for Attempted Murder in Daylight Shooting
Tonight, 21-year-old Jason Anderson, a resident of Supal Street, is at the Belize Central Prison after being accused of carrying out a brazen, broad-daylight shooting last weekend, which left 2 men injured
According to police at around 11:45 a.m. on Sunday, September 8th, 20-year-old Luquan Flowers and 20-year-old Mark Phillips were standing near the corner of George Street and Kut Avenue. That's when a silver SUV approached them from the direction of Kut Avenue, and when the vehicle came close enough, one of its occupants pulled out a gun and fired several shots at the two young men.
DIGILEARN: What's in it for everyone?
On Friday's news we told you about the signing of the Digi-learn Master Service Agreement between Digi and the Ministry of Education. In it, BTL commits to provide an undisclosed number of laptop computers and bandwidth, while the Ministry will provide the educational component of the very ambitious program.
And while Digilearn is now formally rolling out to high schools after a pilot earlier this year, what really does it mean for the ministry, the telecoms company - and, most importantly, the students?
Dengue Cases Down but Remain Alert
And, now, we have an update on the latest Dengue statistics and trends in Belize. There are 1,770 confirmed cases with 2.3% of documented cases being classified as severe. - but health experts say that with the projected increase in rainfall over the next few weeks - those numbers could spike up.
Making Literacy Matter
2 years ago, the Ministry of Education declared literacy as a national priority for Belize's primary school children. That's after they realized that the students had deficiencies in their ability to read and properly comprehend.
Since then, they've worked diligently on strategies to try and assist students countrywide to improve on this very important area of their education. They believe that they've found several methods that work, and so today, they held a workshop with educators from the different districts to hopefully disseminate techniques to teach reading to the nation's children.
Celebrating Belize, the 10th and The Queen of the Bay
Aside from the crime news, the 10th official ceremony and festivities still brightened the day. The ceremony to commemorate the Battle of St. George's Caye Day was held at the Memorial Park in Belize City and of course the main highlight of the ceremony was the crowning of the Queen of the Bay. We start with the Queen's installation and then to City Mayor Bernard Wagner's and Deputy PM Patrick Faber's speeches.
Friends turn on fourteen-year-old killing him; Police say it is drug related
A chilling murder took place in the Orange Wald District in the past few days. A fourteen-year-old boy from the village of Yo Creek died a horrible death. His head [...]
A Chinese Store Owner is Gunned Down in Bella Vista
In the village of Bella Vista in the Toledo District, a Chinese grocer was the second victim of murder during the Tenth holiday. Shortly after seven o’clock on Tuesday night, [...]
One Suspect in Custody for Murder of Chinese Businessman
This afternoon, Commissioner of Police Chester Williams spoke briefly on the murder of Jingzhang Wu. He also confirmed that a suspect has been detained for the deadly shooting. Chester [...]
Four men are charged for a drug bust at an illegal airstrip off the Coastal Road
Police are moving swiftly with charges relating to one of the biggest drug busts in Belize. Four of six foreigners were arraigned today for the drug plane that landed at [...]
1,341 Kilos of Cocaine!
According to Commissioner of Police Chester Williams, the two hospitalized suspects will be criminally charged once they are discharged from the K.H.M.H. When the six men were apprehended on Sunday [...]
Illegal Airstrips; Here, There, Everywhere?
The illegal plane landing took place on an illegal airstrip on private property off the Coastal Road in the Belize District. It is believed that the men legally entered through [...]
Reynaldo Verde facing Extortion charges in the US
There are further details tonight on the arrest of senior government official, Reynaldo Verde. Verde is the deputy director of the Belize Tax Service Department. Over the past weekend he [...]
Aerators Reviving the New River
An expert from the Department of Environmental and Forest Biology at the State University of New York says that the quick-fix solution to the New River crisis may cause more [...]
Kraal road resident is charged for George Street shooting
A well-known Kraal Road resident, who is no stranger to police, picked up a second attempted murder charge today in court for Sunday morning’s shooting on George Street when two [...]
Family of Adamira Choc desperately looking for her
A Belmopan family is desperately looking for their missing teen, Adamira Choc. She has been missing for days and the Choc’s have organized search parties in the hope of finding [...]
Villagers to be charged for assaulting police officers in San Victor Village
Corozal Police continue to look into the incident in which a police officer shot and injured two men in San Victor, Corozal. The village is a hot spot for the [...]
Classes resume at La Inmaculada
Children were back in class today at La Inmaculada R.C. School, Orange Walk Town. According to School Principal Lenny Umaña, the day went by without incident. The enrolment is more [...]
Change in Corozal Police Formation Raises Eyebrows
There is more from the police; a change in command in the Corozal Police Formation is planned. Regional Commander Senior Superintendent Luis Castellanos is weeks away from retirement so Senior [...]
Commissioner of Police listens to residents in Corozal Town
The Commissioner of Police Chester Williams addressed a number of issues today; he was in Corozal Town as he makes his rounds joining officers in different municipalities in their weekly [...]
The importance of Literacy
Literacy is important to life skills and while there are improvements since the Literacy programme was launched, students are still challenged with understanding what they read. This morning, the Ministry [...]
More than three thousand cases of dengue detected countrywide
There is an update on the number of dengue cases detected in the country. The Office of the Director of Health Services states that the total number of cases countrywide [...]
Tenth Day Speeches
Two hundred and twenty-one years ago, British loggers known as Baymen successfully warded off a flotilla of Spanish ships during the famous Battle of Saint George’s Caye. That day, September [...]
Citizens celebrate the 10th with gusto
The citizen’s parade took off after the official ceremonies at the Memorial Park. This year, it did not appear as grand as previous years. Some government ministers walked the parade [...]
Soca Moca is the winner of Carnival Road March 2019
The activities for this year’s Carnival festivities culminated on Saturday September seventh, 2019 with a massive road march which was viewed by thousands. Participating were over a dozen mas bands [...]
American author donates children book to teachers in Belize
American author Tonia Allen Gould has agreed to donate copies of her children’s novel, “Samuel T. Moore of Corte Magore” to educators in Belize to promote literacy among students. Gould, who resides in California, USA is working closely with the Ministry of Education in Belize to promote the book to children. At a book launch …
Belizeans celebrate 221 anniversary of the Battle of St. George’s Caye
The Baymen won the Battle of St. George’s Caye on September 10, 1798. The heroic efforts of the Baymen continues to be highlighted with each passing year. Yesterday marked the 221st anniversary of the Battle of St. George’s Caye with ceremonies held countrywide. In Belize City, the ceremony was held at the Memorial Park with …
Kimberly Santos starts her reign as Queen of the Bay
19-year-old Kimberly Santos made history as the 74th Queen of the Bay. She joins a list of confident, gracious young ladies who previously held the title. Love News was feeling a bit nostalgic, and decided to look back on the past five queens that preceded Santos. We’ll start at Monisha Stuart, who held the title …
75-year-old man robbed in Benque
A 75-year-old money changer was held up and robbed early this morning on Cemetery Street in the Riverside area of Benque Viejo Del Carmen, Cayo District. Correspondent Fem Cruz filed this report. Jorge Gonzales a money lender and a resident of Riverside Street Benque Viejo Del Carmen was held up at knifepoint and robbed. Love …
Businessman killed in robbery
A businessman is dead after he was robbed inside his establishment last night in Bella Vista Village, Toledo District. Correspondent Harry Arzu spoke to the landlord who resides on the upper flat of Chen’s Store. Selvin Perez, Owner of Building: “So last night when I went to take a shower I heard a gunshot and …
Electrical fire cancels classes at Nazarene High School
Students of Nazarene High School are out of classes today after a fire inside the administration building occurred yesterday. Love News spoke with Kenneth Mortis of the Fire Department who was on the scene this morning conducting an investigation. Kenneth Mortis, Station Manager: “We got a call of a situation over at the Nazarene Highschool. …
Students’ literacy levels rising
World Literacy Day was celebrated worldwide last week including in Belize. Literacy is an everyday goal and efforts around the country are made in this regard. Today, there was a meeting to discuss ways on improving literacy among the students in the country. Chief Education Officer Carol Babb told us that they have been seeing …
Tragic Story of Christopher Chi
The news of a body found in northern Belize rocked the community of Yo Creek Village, Orange Walk District. Reports began surfacing yesterday mid-afternoon and shortly after the victim was identified as 14-year-old, Christopher Chi. Reporter Naim Borges traveled north for the story. Niam Borges, Love FM News: Residents from Yo Creek Village in Orange …
Does Aeration create more problems in the New River?
The Department of Environment has held meetings, conferences, public presentations and many other forums pertaining to the conditions of the New River and possible solutions. As it stands right now, the river is a milky green color. Reports of dead crocodiles, manatees and fish have continued unabated. The public has been pleading for something to …
US professor warns of the dangers of aerating the New River
While local officials are working at resolving the issue at the New River, the Belize Institute of Environmental Law and Policy (BELPO) has expressed serious concerns over the solution to aerate the water. BELPO sent us a correspondence saying that they have been in contact with Dr. Guy Lanza, a Research Professor at the Department of …
19-year-old Adamir Choc reported missing
As the Chi family reels from the burial of their son, Christopher, the Choc family is hoping that 19-year-old Adamir Choc would return home safely. Choc was reported missing over the weekend after she was last seen on Saturday, September 7 in Belmopan. Cayo Correspondent, Fem Cruz, spoke to the family yesterday at the establishment...
Dengue cases decrease
Health officials are breathing a bit easier tonight as they are seeing a significant decrease in dengue cases. According to the Ministry of Health, this is the first time in four weeks that they have seen a noted drop. Since September 7, a total of one hundred and thirty-nine new cases were reported, bringing the total number to three thousand one hundred and fifteen cases countrywide...
Men, busted for drugs, made their appearance in court
Four of six foreigners appeared in court today following the major drug bust that police made on Sunday, September 8 just off the Coastal Road. 69-year-old, Mexican national, Miguel Cruz Meseguer; 30 year old David Noe Orellano Discua of Honduras; 51 year old Carlos Humberto Henriquez Gomez, also of Honduras and 43-year-old, Juan Pablo Larea Cruz of Ecuador...
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Celebrations Take Off in San Pedro for the 10th Day Of September
221 years ago, in a final attempt to take over the area, the Spaniards took on a small but scrappy group of Brits and their slaves. The Spanish basically controlled the entire “New World” at that time. But after 7 days the British prevailed and expelled the Spaniards – and held onto British Honduras (later Belize) for almost 200 more years.
September 10th is a national holiday in Belize and celebrates this battle for independence. In San Pedro, it is a day to party, for many, a day off from work and a day for the uniform parade.
New tropical threat may emerge in eastern Gulf of Mexico
AccuWeather meteorologists are closely monitoring several features for development across the Atlantic, including one disturbance north of Hispaniola that is raising concern.
A cluster of showers and thunderstorms associated with a broad area of low pressure is currently located over the southern Bahamas, north of Hispaniola. This feature has been designated as Invest 95L.
Tropical development is not expected over the next couple of days as 95L is located in an environment of high wind shear. However, this feature can still bring locally heavy downpours to the Bahamas.
3 days away from Bullett Tree pageant and dance this Saturday 14 September, 1/2min. Bullet Tree falls basketball court. Let's continue September . Rock and come in.
Channel 5 Obituaries - STEVE MICHAEL YEARWOOD, 1min.
Channel 5 Obituaries - ANTOLINA GRIFFITH, 1min.
My Sweet Belize Music Video, 5min. Cecil 'Zeebo' has his My Sweet Belize video out, and it's shot mostly around Cayo. It tells a story of community friendship, and much of it takes place at Branch Mouth and along 2nd street. The National Channel produced the video.
"My Sweet Belize by Zeebo ( Roots & Thunder ) Produced by The National Channel.
Directed by: Jose Collado & Trey Cabb"
My Top Ten Belizean Foods, 11min.
BELIZE 2019, 6min. - Belize City
- Caye Caulker
- Goff's Caye
- Rendevous Caye
- Tobacco Caye
- Ragga Caye
Belize- On the Road to Xunanthumich, 7.5min. Walking up the hill!