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The San Pedro Sun

The National Institute of Culture and History notes the passing of Mr. Compton Fairweather, a Cultural Pioneer and Political Activist
The Honourable Patrick Faber, Minister of Education, Youth, Sports and Culture and the National Institute of Culture and History notes the passing of Belizean Cultural Pioneer and Political Activist, Compton Fairweather O.B.E., J.P. Compton Fairweather was born in San Ignacio, Cayo on March 15th, 1931 and attended St. Paul’s Anglican School in Corozal, St. Peter’s in Orange Walk, St. Andrew’s in San Ignacio, St. Micheal’s College in Belize City, Belize Technical College, University of Maryland, and The City College of New York.

BPAHM hosts Forum on Food and Nutrition Security
Members of the Belize Parliamentary Alliance against Hunger and Malnutrition (BPAHM) gathered Friday, November 8th at the Marion Jones Conference Room in Belize City for a forum on Food and Nutrition Security for a Healthy Belize. In his address to the gathering, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education, Youth, Sports and Culture, Honourable Patrick Faber, said his Ministry is planning to scale up school feeding in Belize as well as ensuring that school children are fed one healthy meal a day.

Ambergris Today

Man Goes Fishing And Drowns In San Pedro
One man is dead as a result of a drowning incident that occurred over the weekend in San Pedro. According to official police reports, on Friday, November 8, 2019, at about 2:49 p.m. San Pedro Police visited the San Pedro Polyclinic, upon arrival, they observed the lifeless body of male person identified as Gustavo Lizzaraga, 25-year-old, Belizean laborer of a San Pedro Town address.

Ministry Of Health Holds Food & Nutrition Security Forum For A Healthy Belize
Members of the Belize Parliamentary Alliance against Hunger and Malnutrition (BPAHM) gathered on Friday, November 8, 2019 at the Marion Jones Conference Room in Belize City for a forum on Food and Nutrition Security for a Healthy Belize. In his address to the gathering, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education, Youth, Sports and Culture, Honourable Patrick Faber, said his Ministry is planning to scale up school feeding in Belize as well as ensuring that school children are fed one healthy meal a day.

The island community of Ambergris Caye has come to LOVE this dynamic duo at American Crocodile Education Sanctuary (ACES), for their personality, their love of community and their passion in saving and protecting the endangered crocodiles. Chris Summers and Christina Manzi of ACES share this video of their hard work and passion that has brought them together as a couple that creates awareness and helps protect crocodiles in Belize. Enjoy the video and help support their worthy organization.

Various Belizean Sources


Endorsement Convention for Honourable Manuel Heredia Jr
The Endorsement Convention for Honourable Manuel Heredia Jr will be held in San Pedro on November 23rd. All those from Caye Caulker who wish to attend are welcome to. Information on transportation will be posted closer to the date.

Remembrance Day in Corozal
Remembrance Day ceremonies were held across the country yesterday, Corozal's ceremony took place at Soldier's Park, where we were able to honour two living Ex Servicemen from our community; Mr. Vera and Mr. Correa. Thank you to all who participated and to our community members who showed support by attending!

BEL Authorized Collection Agents around the country

Ya’axché’s Community Forum: Forest Conservation and Governance
Ya’axché cordially invites communities to take part in Ya’axché’s Community Forum: Forest Conservation and Governance. Updates on our programs – Protected Areas Management, Community Outreach and Livelihoods and Science – will be provided by our expert staff at Ya’axché. Come learn about our work in the Maya Golden Landscape, our area of focus. Join us on Friday, 22nd of November 2019 at San Pedro Columbia Nazarene Education Centre, starting at 8:30am and ending at 3:00pm. Snacks will be provided! Ya’axché’s Community Forum is made possible with the support of EuropeAid through the Forest Governance Project.

Benque Cleanup
Thank you to the members of our community who showed up to help clean our community. Mopan Technical students including those in the Peer Helpers and HUGS club, members of the Child Advisory Council, Department of Youth Service, Town Council employees and Mayor Marconi Sosa. Thank you to Rudy Cruz for assisting with his canoe to get the garbage in the river. There is a lot of work to be done if you would like to help come out tomorrow. We meet at BeCol park to start at 8am.

Garifuna Setlement Day Celebration 2019 & Award Ceremony
The Embassy of Mexico in Belize in collaboration with the National Garifuna Council-Belize City Branch, has the pleasure to invite you to the: Garifuna Settlement Day Celebration 2019 & Award Ceremony. Friday, November 15TH, 2019 – 6:30 - 8:30 PM. Mexican Cultural Institute – Belize. Newtown Barracks and Wilson streets, Belize City. FREE ADMISSION!

The 14th Edition of the Belize International Film Festival (Belize IFF) took place from November 6th to 10th. The Belize IFF had culminated with an award show on the closing night. The 5 days showcased Belizean, regional and global films in several categories. The most entries from Belizean artists came in the Music Video category, created to highlight the local music industry. The winner of the Feature Narrative category is PAN DE SALAWAL. The winner of the Feature Documentary category is BAKOSO: AFROBEATS OF CUBA. The winner of the Short Docs category is SORISSO-LEGENDADO. The winner of the Shorts category is FLIGHT. MY FATHER BELIZE and TECUANI and the DUENDE both tied as winners of the Best Belizean Film. The winner of the Branded Entertainment category is MACAW. The winner of the Music Video category is Nicole Craig- RAISE MY VOICE ft. Asheigh Craig.

Caye Caulker Dog Grooming
We will be coming this Wednesday November 13th. To make your appointments can call us at 662-4549 / 226-4838 or fb message me. We doo groomings , baths , nails also have available flea and tick prevention pills .

The Corozal Christmas Tree is being put up right now at the Corozal Central Park
I love it at this time of the year in Corozal. In the coming days, they will be adding more decorations at the central park.

Be aware that 1st North In Corozal, is being fixed in Corozal
The other side of the street is being used to fill the whole by the BWS. And, the street is blocked due to heavy machinery being worked to fix the street at this moment.

Belize Port Authority licensing boats Nov 11-15
Please take note that Belize Port Authority will be here licensing boats.

St. Francis Xavier Parish Fair
Saturday, November 30th, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. at the St. Francis Xavier School Grounds.

Job Opening at BEL
A vacancy exists for the post of Administrator, Executive Services in the Executive Services Department of Belize Electricity Limited.

Channel 7

Candy, The Crowfoot and City Hall
On Friday, October 4th, we told you about the almost half a million dollar judgement that Candice Miller, the former administrator won from City Hall. She was dismissed for gross dereliction of duty shortly after the council took office in 2018. Well, the Supreme Court found that firing to be wrongful, unlawful and without cause. The judge ordered the cash strapped city hall to pay Miller $378,175 dollars for breach of contract of employment, plus another $70,000 dollars in costs.

Man Stabbed to Death By Close Friend
A man was stabbed to death at his home in Ladyville, and the person who allegedly attacked him was his close friend. He's 41-year-old Lee Lopez, a resident of Heron Street, and while he was socializing with his usual friends in his yard, he got into some sort of argument with one of them. Things escalated quickly, and Lopez was killed - reportedly stabbed straight to the heart with a pint bottle.

Cops Looking For Two
Today, police said they have two persons detained while one man is wanted. Here is Senior Superintendent Hilberto Romero from the National Crimes Investigation Branch at today's press briefing in Belmopan. Sr. Supt. Hilberto Romero, CIB: "Two persons are detained for this investigation. We're looking for one other person in regards to this murder."

Man Stabbed In OW, Family Wants Him Home
And an Orange Walkeno was also stabbed over the weekend. But this stabbing happened in Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Quintana Roo - which is 100 miles north of Chetumal. Carlos Cerilo left Belize on the 28th of October. He had reportedly gone to Quintana Roo to work, however, while there he was brutally attacked. It happened at around 6:00 on Sunday morning. Cerilo was found on the street with a knife stuck in his chest and a cut wound to the neck. He was rushed to a nearby hospital where he received surgery. CTV-3 News spoke to his sister Melly Chayash earlier today. She says that the family knows very little about his life in Mexico or the attack but they want their brother and son to be able to recuperate at home.

Raheem Rolls Out Of Jail
27-year-old Raheem Marsden, the man accused of murder for the stabbing death of 30-year-old Alfonso Castillo, is at home tonight after being remanded at the Belize Central Prison for almost 3 and a half years. The charge has been withdrawn against him at the request of the DPP's Office. Marsden was the man police accused of stabbing Castillo on July 21st, 2016. Castillo was socializing with several friends in an ally a few blocks away from his Belize City home on Victoria Street. Castillo somehow ended up in an argument with another man, which quickly escalated to violence.

Bees Attack At Trial Farm Gov't School
This morning, 11 students and 2 staff members at Trial Farm Government School in Orange Walk were attacked by Africanized bees. Now, we know that angry hives of Africanized Bees have killed before - and in the Orange Walk District. In this instance, however, the victims escaped shortly after they attacked, and so none of them were seriously hurt. The management of the school immediately took action and called in the Ministry of Agriculture to take care of the bee problem. Our colleagues from CTV3 News spoke with the Principal and the Ministry of Agriculture employee about the incident.

Alrick Targeted Again
A man and woman from Belize city couple are recovering from gunshot wounds after they were shot on Saturday night. It happened at the Corner of Curl Thompson and Mud streets in Belize City. At 7:50 when residents heard shots - and 33 year old Alrick Smith, a man well known to police, was hit. Smith was turning a corner with 19 year old Aldelia Morey when they were approached by a man who fired several shots at them. Senior Superintendent Romero told us more:

Shooting in Gang Turf On Friday
And there were two more shooting victims in the City over the weekend. 22 year old Lemar Lamb and 21 year old Daniel Lopez were standing on Neal Pen Road on Friday evening when they were approached by two men. One of the men pulled out a firearm and fired 4 or 5 shots at the pair. Police say it happened at about 7:05 on Friday evening. Sr. Supt. Hilberto Romero, CIB: "On Friday the 8th day of November 2019 Police responded to a shooting incident on Neal's Pen road where reports were received that two people had been shot..."

Teenager Allegedly Stabbed 21 Year Old In Cayo
A 21 year old was stabbed in Santa Elena, Cayo yesterday afternoon. The head of National Crimes Investigation, Assistant Commissioner Joseph Myvette told us about the case of Michael Williams: ACP Joseph Myvette: "Yesterday afternoon shortly before 1:00pm San Ignacio police were called to the La Loma Luz hospital where upon arrival they observed one Micheal Willams 21 years of a San Ignacio town address with stab wounds..."

Seeking a Seaweed Solution
When we hear the word seaweed most of us think of that thick, super sweet, soupy drink with loads of condensed milk. But, seaweed is actually a highly sought after high protein nutrient. And. on Friday a group of conservationists, business owners and other private sector stakeholders visited a seaweed farm in Placencia. Except the farm is in the sea! They wanted to see first-hand how the marine plant is cultivated and discuss the possibility of developing the seaweed industry in Belize and in the region. Here is more from that trip.

Faber Takes Delegates On Weekend Outing
Last week, UDP Deputy Leader Patrick Faber told us he is very much in the race for party leader. And he flexed a bit on Sunday when he sponsored a trip for his loyalists and delegates to Rendezvous Caye. A facebook post boasts that 150 delegates from the Belize and Orange Walk Districts were on the trip as solid supporters. He says he will be going to the other districts soon. Faber needs 281 delegates to be elected leader.

Advanced Culinary Training From Mexico
If you are a super fan of food network cooking competitions, any cooking channel or just a food lover, you will know the joy and excitement that comes from watching how chefs turn basic ingredients into delicious, creative masterpieces. Well, the Belize Tourism Industry Association is hoping to WOW the Belizean and tourist clientele by training chefs from all over the country in advanced culinary techniques. The training is being held at the ITVET and we dropped by this morning for the theory session. John Burgos, Executive Director, BTIA: "What you see happening this week is that this is something we began to discuss with the Mexican Ambassador here in Belize where we were looking to find better opportunities to provide training to our local industry service members..."

Disaster Response For Public Officers
Many say you can never really be fully prepared for a sudden tragic event or disaster but that does not mean you shouldn't do all you possibly can to protect yourself and others. That is the idea behind NEMO's 3-day training at the ITVET. Over 60 public officers are being trained in disaster response techniques. Here is more from this morning's session. Kevin Pollard, District Coordinator, NEMO: "It is a basic first aid training as you know that normally we have public officers in the shelters and this training is to assist in the event that something was to happen within the shelter, they can assist before we get additional assistance."

Film Festival Winners
The Belize International Film Festival held its closed last night with an awards ceremony at the Bliss Center. And some of the Festival's promising selections won major recognition in the Feature Narrative, Feature Documentary, Short Documentary, Short Film, Belizean Short Film, Branded Entertainment and Music Video categories.

Collision Injures Two
No one was killed in a collision on the George Price Highway last night. It happened between miles 38 and 39 when an SUV and a pickup collided. Police told us more: ACP Joseph Myvette: "Last night shortly after 7:00pm Roaring Creek police were called to the scene of a road traffic accident between miles 38 and 39 on the George Price Highway whereupon arrival they observed a black Xterra SUV type vehicle..."

Lexus Torched In Garden City
Police are looking for 2 suspects who lit a man's car on fire in Belmopan. It happened just before 4 o'clock on Saturday morning. 30-year-old Curlin Flores, a barber of the Piccini area of Belmopan, was at home when his neighbors saw his 2009 Lexus engulfed in flames. The Fire Department who managed to put it out, but his $30,000 vehicle was extensively damaged.

SCA & SJC Repeat As National Volleyball Champs
The girls of St Catherine Academy won their 12th national volleyball championship this weekend in Dangriga. The event was held at the Chiste Garcia Sports Complex and in the championship game on Saturday, the SCA girls bested over the Western Zone champions, the Belmopan Comprehensive School 3 - 0 in the championship final. And in the males, The St. John's College Wildcats repeated as national volleyball champions. They had to go to four sets to prevail 3-1 over the Northern Zone champions, the Muffles College Bobcats, in the championship final Saturday evening.

Castro and Cricket
A cricket coaching course was held last week in Bermudian Landing. The course which is accredited by Cricket West Indies and recognized by the International Cricket Council was facilitated by Caribbean Cricket experts. 16 participants from various cricket teams throughout the Belize District attended as did their area rep, Belize rural North's Edmond Castro.

Channel 5

Candice Crowfoots CitCo
Late this evening, bailiffs rolled into City Hall’s compound on the George Price Highway where the council’s heavy equipment are kept to crowfoot its assets. Candice Miller reportedly filed an [...]

Ladyville Man Chopped, Stabbed to Death
The life of Lee “Bambino” Lopez was cut short on Sunday night in Ladyville, Belize District. Lee was hanging out with three persons he knew, on the street in front [...]

An Orange Walk Resident is Brutally Stabbed in Carillo Puerto, Quintano Roo
Tonight a Belizean, forty-year-old Carlos Cirilo Chayash is recovering in a hospital in Felipe Carrillo Puerto, in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico after being stabbed on Sunday morning. Mexican [...]

Four Persons Injured in Weekend Shooting in the City
In the city, four persons, including a nineteen-year-old female, were shot and injured over the weekend. Gunshots rang out on Friday night on Neal Pen Road where Lemar Lamb and [...]

Myron Martinez Comatosed After Crashing Into House on a Trailer
A Ladyville resident is clinging to life at the K.H.M.H.  Myron Martinez was involved in an accident as he headed home on Saturday morning. He collided into a trailer transporting [...]

Non-Fatal Traffic Accident in St. Matthews Village
There was a road traffic accident in Saint Matthews Village on Sunday night. Police were called out to miles thirty-eight and thirty-nine on the George Price Highway where they observed [...]

#It’sAllAboutTheBase – Patrick Faber Targets Delegates
In political news, two weeks ago, the U.D.P.’s Belmopan Area Representative John Saldivar brought out thousands of supporters, including many of his political colleagues, for the launch of his leadership [...]

Gapi Vega’s Salary Breakdown
As we reported on Friday, Former Deputy Prime Minister Gaspar Vega continues to enjoy ministerial benefits, despite his resignation amid a land scandal involving his son, Andre, back in 2017.  [...]

21-Year-Old Stabbed in San Ignacio; Minor is Detained
A twenty-one-year-old man was stabbed and a minor has been detained. Police say that Michael Williams was in Santa Elena on Sunday afternoon when a man he doesn’t know approached [...]

30K Car Set on Fire in Belmopan!
In the nation’s capital, a thirty-thousand dollar vehicle was destroyed by fire over the weekend. A Belmopan barber reported that his car was set on fire while parked in front [...]

Jaime Hope is Freed of Attempted Murder Charge
Jamie Hope, who was charged with “Attempted Murder and “Grievous Harm, was freed of the charges when she appeared before Justice Marilyn Williams and Crown Counsel Sherigne Rodriguez entered a [...]

4 of 6 Men Get Supreme Court Bail
Four of the six men appeared before the Chief Magistrate and received bail today. They are facing charges relating to a robbery which occurred months ago at Cooking Master Restaurant [...]

BAPDA Hosts a Caregivers’ Training with Team Canada Healing Hands
Team Canada Healing Hands is back in Belize. The organization is working along with the Belize Assembly for Persons with Diverse Abilities to train persons on how to take care [...]

Developing the Seaweed Industry in Belize
On Friday, BELTRAIDE made further steps to develop the seaweed industry by connecting producers, developers, and consumers. A ‘Ministerial and Private Sector Seaweed Mission’ took industry stakeholders to the seaweed [...]

B.T.I.A. and Mexican Embassy Host Advance Culinary Training in Belize
The Belize Tourism Industry Association has teamed up with the Embassy of Mexico for a three-day advance culinary training at the ITVET in Belize City. The training is the first [...]

The Winners of the 2019 Belize International Film Festival
On Sunday, the fourteenth edition of the Belize International Film Festival closed with the announcement of the winners of this year’s festival. There were a total of seven categories for [...]

The Weekend in Sports
Good evening, I am James Adderly and this is Sports Monday.   [Highlights of the weekend sporting events...]

The Reporter

Ladyville Handyman Died After Senseless Fight
Police say that they have detained two men and are looking for another following the murder of Ladyville handyman Lee Lopez, 41, on Sunday. Investigators say that the men were drinking together when a fight started.

Economic Genocide!
The economic landscape of Belize has changed significantly since independence; but it was really over the last fifteen years or so that we saw an economic model emerge which can only be described as economic genocide.

President Of Bolivia Resigns Under Pressure
The President of the South American nation of Bolivia Evo Morales has resigned amid turmoil following his disputed re-election last month. On Sunday, international monitors called for the election result to be annulled, saying they had found “clear manipulations” of the 20 October poll.


Senior citizen injured in car accident
A senior citizen was the victim of a road traffic incident last night in the Cayo District. Our Correspondent, Fem Cruz has ascertained that Glenford McFadzean is listed as critical at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital.

Ladyville man fatally stabbed with pint bottle
41-year-old Lee Lopez was stabbed to death after an altercation erupted between him and three other men, in Ladyville Village, in front of his home. Preliminary reports are that Lopez was stabbed with a broken pint bottle.

Veterans Day 2019
Yesterday an official ceremony was held in honor of war veterans in Belize. Veterans Day is a celebration in honor of Veterans for their patriotism and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good.

A San Pedro resident drowns
A Belizean laborer drowned on Friday afternoon in San Pedro.

Three-Day Culinary Training
The Belize Tourism Industry Association initiated an Advanced level culinary training today at the ITVET compound. The three-day training is being facilitated by a certified Mexican Chef.

Paralyzed minor, Kyron Green, recovering well
The mother of 11-year-old Kyron Green is happy to report that her son is recovering well after months of medical treatment. Green is a standard 4 student from St. Luke's Methodist in Belize City who was seriously injured while he was at a store on Central American Boulevard, running an errand for his mother.

Dredging in San Pedro town
ACRE Dredging has been on Ambergris Caye conducting dredging on two dredging permits for many years. Of recent, their operation has come under sustained criticisms in both the local press and social media to the point that they are moving ahead with taking legal actions for defamatory statements made against them.

Public Service CPR Training
The National Emergency Management Organization conducted a first aid training for Public Officers. Over 100 public officers will be participating in the training over the course of 4 days

Teaching the necessary skills to acquire a job
Love Foundation hosted job workshop, this time in the Caribbean Shores area in Belize City. The workshop is a joint collaboration with Area Representative for Caribbean Shores, Kareem Musa.

Two men shot in Belize City
Two men were shot on Friday night just after seven o’clock in Belize City. The victims, 22-year-old Lemar Lamb and 21-year-old Daniel Lopez were standing on Neal’s Pen Road when they were approached by two male persons who opened fire in their direction.

An Orange Walk Man was brutally attacked in Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Quintana Roo, Mexico. At around 6:00 yesterday morning Mexican Authorities were called to Avenida 66 between 75 and 77.

33-year-old Alrick Smith and 19-year-old Alidia Morey were both shot on Saturday night just before 8 o’clock at the corner of Curl Thompson and Mud Streets. Police investigation shows that they were exiting Morey’s house and heading towards their vehicle when a lone gunman approached the two.

A woman of San Estevan Village, Orange Walk District is hoping that her son will show up safe and sound after he hasn’t been heard from in six days. Martina Leveron Perez says her son left the village on Tuesday, November 5 to go look for employment and has not returned home since.

Breaking Belize NewsPJ

Man charged in assault case
Aaron Gonzalez, a financial consultant of Wilson Street, Belize City was charged with harm, common […]

Belize Ex-Services League makes call to veterans to sign up for more assistance
Ex-servicemen, relatives and those associated with the pre-Independence armed forces can get a windfall through […]

Lest we forget: Observation of Remembrance Day
Picture: Belize Coast Guard On this day 101 years ago, the guns fell silent and […]

Evo Morales granted asylum in Mexico
Ex-President of Bolivia, Evo Morales was today granted political asylum in Mexico. Violent unrest shook […]

Son of National Anthem author, Harold Haynes, makes first visit to Belize
The son of Samuel Haynes, author of Belize’s national anthem, is in Belize. This is […]

Belize VU donates over $60,000 worth of equipment to Benque Police
Last week, security tech company, Belize VU donated equipment valued at over $60,000 to the […]

Two alive after road traffic accident
Two people are alive and well after a road traffic accident last night. They are […]

Two suspects detained in murder of Lee Lopez
Police have detained two men and are seeking a third in connection with the murder […]

Four people shot in Belize City over the weekend
Four people were shot in Belize City over the weekend. Each of those victims survived […]

Haven House raising awareness of domestic violence with 5k run in Belize City
In Honor of the upcoming 16 days of activism against gender-based violence, Haven House Belize, […]

San Antonio Village Council calls out Area Rep over Water Board appointment
The San Antonio Village Council issued a statement yesterday calling out the area representative, Rene […]


Tasting my first Boil Up
Virginia Melendez has been cooking for 20 years, and as the proud owner of Itza Belizean Place eatery in downtown San Pedro, provides special items like hudut, boil up and more. With her repertoire and reputation preceding her, it made sense to taste her version of the boil up. Taught by her mother to make this dish, Virginia served up a beautiful plate complete with whole fish, some ground food, a sauce and the classic boiled cake.

The Barrier Reef & Northern Islands
Belize has many wonders, but one in particular is our national treasure, our Great Barrier Reef, which spans 180 miles, protecting our coast line. It is the largest coral reef in this hemisphere; Australia being the other. Small populations and careful management has preserved this treasure. Here you can find more than 400 species of fish, and a myriad of marine environments. The Northern Islands are the most frequented and populated islands in the country. Caye Caulker and San Pedro are not just water sport havens but also bustling towns where socializing is a favorite pastime. Enjoy the island life on the main cayes or caye hop and explore the dozens of white sand beaches like Goff’s Caye, Sargent’s Caye and other smaller most often unpopulated islands.

Belize, A Place for Nature Enthusiasts
Close to 100 areas are protected in Belize, which makes up about 28% of Belizean territory protected. This provides various opportunities for travelers to experience natural trails, waterfalls, beautiful marine life, and breathtaking caves. Go ahead and wander into our most popular and accessible protected sites, teeming with wildlife on and off land. Here’s a list of some of the protected areas and what you can see at each in Belize that you must visit.

International Sourcesizz

Top 10 Resorts in Central America: Readers' Choice Awards 2019
Congratulations to Turneffe Island Resort on being named one of the Top 10 Resorts in Central America by Condé Nast Traveller UK! They were awarded by the 2019 Reader's Choice Awards.

Strange disease threatens Caribbean coral reef
The breathtaking reds, yellows and purples of the Mesoamerican Reef have been turning sickly white, leading researchers on a desperate hunt to understand and fight the mysterious disease killing the Caribbean's corals. In a little over a year, the Mexican Caribbean has lost more than 30 percent of its corals to a little-understood illness called SCTLD, or stony coral tissue loss disease, which causes them to calcify and die. Experts warn the disease could kill a large part of the Mesoamerican Reef, a magnificent arc of more than 1,000 kilometers of coral shared by Mexico, Belize, Guatemala and Honduras. SCTLD has put the region in a bind: it could potentially devastate the vital tourism industry around the reef, the second-largest in the world after Australia's Great Barrier Reef.

Fifteen years of ocelot tracking is revealing new information about this elusive cat
It is night in a Central American pine forest, and an ocelot is following a game trail. The predatory wild cat, approximately twice the size of a housecat, is hoping to catch the scent of a rabbit or hear the rustle of mice in the undergrowth. Along the way, the ocelot passes between two remotely triggered infrared cameras set at about knee-height off the ground. The cameras flash simultaneously, startling the animal and momentarily illuminating the forest. The resulting photographs capture the unique markings of the elusive cat: solid black bands and spots over tawny yellow fur, a pale underbelly, and a bright white spot on each rounded ear. Moments like these have been a regular occurrence in the pine forest and broadleaf jungles of Belize, where Professor Marcella Kelly, of the College of Natural Resources and Environment, has spent the last 15 years tracking the movements of predatory ocelots and jaguars using remote sensor cameras.


  • BZCV2019/003 - Belize International Services Ltd V The Attorney General of Belize, 3hr. This matter involves an alleged breach of contract by the Government of Belize. In June 1993, Belize International Services (BISL) entered into a Management Services Agreement with the Government of Belize. The Agreement was for a term of ten years with an option to BISL to renew the Agreement for a further ten years.

  • Caste War, 30min. A documentary which us from Yucatec Maya (Máasewal) ethnicity of Belize should watch . Especially us Máasewal from northern Belize about the Caste war (Maya Social War) .

  • The National Garifuna Council - Garifuna Settlement Day Activities, 23min. The National Garifuna Council has a month of activities scheduled for November. They walked us through the events planned to commemorate Garifuna Settlement Day. We also met the newly crowned Ms. Garifuna Belize 2019. On our couch: Deveene Martinez - Ms. Garifuna 2019. Melissa Zuniga - Secretary, National Garifuna Council. Nerisi Lopez - President, National Garifuna Council (Belize City Branch).

  • Bruk It Down Jenny - Expertise on how to better communicate within our relationships, 34min. We were talking communication styles on this episode of "Bruk It Down With Jenny." Jenny Lovell, Mental Health Therapist, shared her expertise on how to better communicate within our relationships. She expanded on the differences in the communication styles of men and women.

  • Fashion with Julie McCord of Julie Mango Designs, 19min. Fashion with Julie McCord of Julie Mango Designs. She spoke to us about the inspiration for her designs

  • Drawing a portrait with Charcoal, 25min. Yao Ling Lee closed off our show with a crash course on drawing a portrait with charcoal. She shared her process for creating the face using light and shadow.

  • The Nubia Show, 17min. The creators of The Nubia Show continued our focused on the arts with their introduction of the children's animated series. The young people behind the show wanted a creative way to teach the new generation about their Garinagu heritage. The idea is to use Nubia to teach culture and history and the language. They are currently in need of help to complete the series and are asking for support to the cause. We talked with them about the inspiration for Nubia and how it will be shared nationally. On our couch: Derek McKoy - Creator, The Nubia Show. Rheanna Serano - Vocalist, The Nubia Show. Chris Lewis - Writer/Translator, The Nubia Show.

  • My Father Belize tied in first place for best Belizean Short Film, 23min. The Belize International Film Festival came to close last night. My Father Belize tied in first place for best Belizean Short Film. The cast and crew from the film were our guests to talk about the creative process and the future of film in Belize. On our couch: Leon Lozano - Director, My Father Belize. Ron Oscar Sierra - Writer/Producer, My Father Belize. Arlin Escarpeta - Actor, My Father Belize.

  • The Business Hour on LoveFM, 1hr36min.

  • Hon. Tracy Taegar Panton addressing Belize about National Entrepreneurship Month, 2min.

  • Open Ocean Diving Manatee Encounter - Gladden Spit, Belize - 2019, 1/4min.

  • Maya ruins (Altun Ha) and Zip rio excursion in Belize, 15min. We had an amazing time in Belize, and I hope this shows the beauty of Belize and its wealthy history.

  • Belize Day in the Park Chicago IL 2019, 60min.

  • 14th Belize International Film Festival, 90min. 14th Belize International Film Festival Closing Awards Ceremony, Bliss Center for the Performing Arts, Belize City, Belize BRoadcasted by Great Belize Television

  • Accion Deportiva, 55min.