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Today's Belize News: December 14, 2019 #539602
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The San Pedro Sun

Belize Attends the 9th ACP Summit of Heads of State and Government
Minister of Foreign Affairs Hon. Wilfred Elrington led the Belize delegation at the 9th African, Caribbean, Pacific (ACP) Summit of Heads of States and Governments held in Nairobi, Kenya from December 9-10, 2019. Under the theme “A Transformed ACP Dedicated to Multilateralism”, the leaders discussed important issues of concern for the ACP regions including climate change, ocean governance, and the defense of multilateralism. Belize commended the ACP Group for its efforts in addressing climate change and called on the transformed ACP to play a major global role in multilateral cooperation, particularly for the championing of Small Island Developing States (SIDS) issues. The Summit was preceded by other ACP Ministerial meetings, including the 110th ACP Council of Ministers.

SP BTIA assists the Dr. Otto Rodriguez San Pedro Polyclinic II with a much-needed donation
On Saturday, December 7th, the Dr. Otto Rodriguez San Pedro Polyclinic II received a much-needed donation of four glucose readers and a heart rate and respiration simulator. The contribution to better the services at the island’s only public health center was made possible through the efforts of the San Pedro Chapter of the Belize Tourism Industry Association (SP BTIA) and its assistance program. They partnered with Rob Cadick, a Biomedical Technician and Radiology Engineer from Indiana, USA, who brought the center equipment for the Polyclinic.

Feeling the Christmas Spirit at The Island Academy’s annual Christmas Show
Students of The Island Academy (TIA) brought the holiday spirit during their annual Christmas Pageant on Wednesday, December 11th. Junior and senior students performed heart-felt carols, dances and a well-put-together play that placed San Pedro Town as the perfect place to spend the anticipated holidays. Parents and friends attending the show were welcomed by school Founder Lady Dixie Bowen. She commended the teachers, staff and students of TIA for again organizing another spectacular show. Immediately after her remarks, students at the beginner level and infant one and two took to the stage. They performed dances and sang beautiful Christmas carols. Afterwards, they were joined by the class of Standard One who danced and sang ‘Santa is coming to Town.’

Hol Chan Marine Reserve charges fishermen for Fisheries Offenses
On Tuesday, November 19, 2019, the Hol Chan Marine Reserve Enforcement team, led by Operations Manager, Shalini Cawich, embarked on a strategic patrol within the Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Within the vicinity of the Tres Cocos Channel, the patrol team encountered a fishing vessel with two fishers in the water. Due diligence was done, and the vessel was searched, which led to the discovery of parrot fish, fish fillet without skin patch, lobster with spawn and undersized lobster. The fishers, Geovanni Reyes and Jose Marroquin, were arrested and successfully prosecuted in the San Pedro Magistrate court.

Two more fire trucks for San Pedro Town!
Two additional fire trucks were handed over to the San Pedro Fire Department on Thursday, December 12th, bringing the current fleet to a total of four trucks. This latest acquisition came as a donation from Casa de la Caye Villas, a vacation retreat west of San Pedro Town. The keys and documentation for the trucks were handed over to the island’s fire department during a short ceremony.

Ambergris Today

BNN Calls Government To Support Transition Away From Gillnets
[Press Release, Belize City, Belize, 11 December 2019] For two decades, many Belizean fishers have been calling for a ban on gillnets. Over the past 18 months, following a number of meetings with Government officials and licensed gill-netters, a coalition of NGOs, including commercial fishermen, sports fishers, game fishers, and tourism and conservation organizations, drafted a comprehensive proposal to transition those 83 fishers who have a gillnet license away from the gear.

Hol Chan Marine Reserve Charges Fishermen For Fisheries Offenses
On Tuesday, November 19, 2019, the Hol Chan Reserve Enforcement team, led by operations Manager, Shalini Cawich, embarked on a strategic patrol within the Hol Chan Marine Reserve. In the vicinity of Tres Cocos Channel, the patrol team encountered a fishing vessel with two fishers in the water. Due diligence was done, and the vessel was searched which led to the discovery of parrot fish, fish fillet without skin patch, lobster with spawn and undersized lobster. The fishers, Giovanni Reyes and Jose Marroquin were arrested and successfully prosecuted in the San Pedro Magistrate court.

Various Belizean Sources


Belize Water Services spreads some Christmas Cheer!
On Thursday, December 12, 2019, Belize Water Services, through an Operations Department initiative, began to spread some Christmas Cheer! This year, Santa and his helpers rode his sleigh all the way to the Belize Rural Primary School located in Rancho Dolores and Flowers Bank in the Belize River Valley. This donation was made up of a Christmas gift and a snack package along with a juice for each student in Infant I to Standard II.

FCD Attends Border Security Strategic Planners Workshop
FCD personnel attended a three day Border Security Strategic Planners Workshop with state security units. FCD encourages and supports the promotion of inter-institutional planning and implementation to address border issues. Training was conducted by the US Customs and Border Protection and the US Embassy in Belize.

Travel Industry Association (TIA) - Miami
BTB at the Travel Industry Association.

Paradise Theater playing this weekend
Noelle, Parasite, Playmobil: The Movie, 6 Underground. *We are not showing movies on Friday because the theater will be occupied by Isla Bonita School for their annual Christmas show*

Belize Attends the 9th ACP Summit of Heads of State and Government
Minister of Foreign Affairs Hon. Wilfred Elrington led the Belize delegation at the 9th African, Caribbean, Pacific (ACP) Summit of Heads of States and Governments held in Nairobi, Kenya from December 9-10, 2019. Under the theme “A Transformed ACP Dedicated to Multilateralism”, the leaders discussed important issues of concern for the ACP regions including climate change, ocean governance, and the defense of multilateralism. Belize commended the ACP Group for its efforts in addressing climate change and called on the transformed ACP to play a major global role in multilateral cooperation, particularly for the championing of Small Island Developing States (SIDS) issues.

The Belize Zoo sadly announces the passing Junior Buddy the Jaguar
Junior Buddy passed from heart failure yesterday evening, December 12, 2019. The exact cause of the heart failure remains unknown until further diagnostic testing is conducted. “It’s a sad day for all of us,” says Sharon Matola, TBZ's Founding Director. “Our animals are like members of our family and losing a family member is tough! Junior Buddy was an exceptional ambassador for his species and liked to interact with guests; he will be missed by many.

Attention Belizean travellers to Mexico
Alberto Capella, Secretary of Public Security in Quintana Roo, has informed that starting today, the Quintana Roo Police will begin operations to inspect vehicles with tinted windows and vehicles without or with irregular license plates in the municipality of Benito Juárez (Cancun and Puerto Morelos). The Mexican Embassy recommends to all Belizean tourists traveling to Mexico during this holiday season to comply with traffic rules, to check their vehicles before going on the road and acquire their third party insurance and Temporary Import Permit (to go beyond Quintana Roo), for a happy stay in Mexico and a safe return to Belize.

Corozal ArT In ThE ParK
Christmas Edition today Saturday, December 14th at our Corozal Central Park. Starts at 6:00 p.m. Come out and enjoy live music.

Biobarda Inauguration
Belize's first Biobarda, a river strainer made mostly of plastic, and created to catch plastic from the Mopan river, will be inaugurated in Benque on Monday, December 16th. "Celebrate the launch of a great community effort to control the flow of trash in the Mopan and Belize rivers with a Biobarda. Join us Monday, in Benque, at 9:30."

Channel 7

Another Head on Collision, This Time Hummingbird Hwy
There has been another fatality on one of Belize's major highways. It happened after 3:00 this afternoon on the Valley Road, which is in the Alta Vista area, a stretch of the Hummingbird Highway. There was a massive head-on collision between a Toyota Rush SUV and a Ford Passenger van. Reports say that one of the vehicles may have been trying to overtake and ended up directly in the other's lane -causing the high speed head on. Unofficial reports say there was one fatality and multiple persons injured - who were rushed to the Southern Regional.

Ruthless Roaring Creek Murder
28 year old Roaring resident Timroy Neal was executed last night after 10:00 in front of a Chinese store. Neal was shot at point blank range in very deliberate and merciless execution. Now, Neal has had several run-ins with the law, but his family says Neal was changed man. Well, his attacker didn't feel so or just didn't care. Courtney Weatherburne has more. Last night there was a most unlucky tragedy at Lucky Entertainment store in Roaring Creek, across the street from the Roaring Creek Police Substation. Timroy Neal was shot 7 times to the head.

Can Police Contain Retaliation
We caught up with Commissioner of Police Chester Williams this evening and he told police are monitoring to try and contain any retaliation for Neal's murder. Reporter: "Are you able to say at this point if there is anything connected to Mr. Neal's past that may have resulted in his murder?" Chester Williams, Commissioner of Police: "Well, I don't like to go into the past history of persons who are victims of murder, but I will advise you to go into your archives and you will see what you need to see there."

Constable Signed For Three Guns, Returned None
Police Constable Nadir Mendoza is still a wanted man tonight. As we told you the constable is under investigation for the theft of two firearms from the Precinct Three formation in Belize City. Today, the Commissioner said it's actually three guns! He discussed the details of the case: Chester Williams, Commissioner of Police: "Three firearms were signed out by a police officer, Nadir Mendoza, over a period of time and upon inspection of the firearm register, it shows that the officer didn't sing the firearm back in..."

Another Home Invasion In Residential Neighborhood
We've been reporting on Monday afternoon's brazen home invasion on Samuel Haynes Street in the Belama Phase 1 area of Belize City. It was the second home on this street in 2 weeks. Well, tonight, police are investigating another aggravated burglary in a residential northside neighborhood; this time, criminals targeted a family living in the King's Park area. At around 4:30 this morning, Kishore Lumar Lalwani woke up to find 3 armed, masked men in his bedroom.

Compol On The Tough Job Of Keeping City Safe
So, how will police address all these pre-holiday crimes that have been plaguing Belize City? Well, the Police Commissioner says that they have a strategy in place, but they need City residents to do their part to keep themselves safe. Here's how he explained it to the press today: Chester Williams, Commissioner of Police: "We do realize that at this time of the year it is a festive time and people are preparing for the holidays and we have a responsibility to ensure their safety...."

San Pedro Cops Got Three Guns
San Pedro Special Branch took 3 guns off the streets of the Island town in a single operation. Not many details of the operation are known - other than the fact that they got two nine millimeters pistols and one 38, and arrested five men. We'll know more when they go to court. When we spoke to Police commissioner Williams, earlier today, he told us effective policing starts at the top of the island formation.

COMPOL Defends OT For SPU Boss
The Commissioner also freely discussed the sizable extra hours payment to commander of the SPU, Superintendent Aaron Gamboa. As we told you last night, during Easter, September celebrations and December, police get paid for what's called payment "extraneous hours." Basically, it's extra hours the cops work to keep criminals at bay while you celebrate. Commander of the Special Patrol Unit, Superintendent Aaron Gamboa's September payout is over three thousand dollars, almost as much as his monthly salary.

A Mosque of Mercy
If you're a regular viewer of 7News, you should know the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat very well. The group of Islamic missionaries have gained a strong community foothold here over the last 5 years. And they've done that not by asking Belizeans to come and worship Allah, but by their deeds, spearheading very many community-based outreach initiatives - such as the hugely successful basketball league. And now they're hoping to parlay that popularity into support for their first mosque in the country. This morning, they hosted a press conference to tell the general public that construction will begin tomorrow and that when it is completed, all well-intentioned individuals are welcomed to visit.

The AC Ordeal At Chiste Garcia Stadium
The Chiste Garcia Auditorium in Dangriga was opened in January of 2019. And while it has been well received, the place has no air conditioning and it can be cruel to sit inside on a Sunny day or a humid night. And, to hear the local political movers tell it - that stadium has no AC because the UDP is a house divided against itself. Here's how UDP Dangriga Divisional Chairman Clifford Peters, known as "Boss P" put it in October:

A Griga Groundbreaking
And, Mena called it a wonderful day because of the AC units and because of a groundbreaking of a school in the Wagierale area. That's another reason Faber was in the southern town at what will be the Benguche Government Pre-School. This is one of the 35 new schools it will build with the help of the Caribbean Development Bank.

Corozal Groundbreaking "Complicated"ť
And while that school groundbreaking went smoothly - not so in Corozal. A groundbreaking had to be postponed because of a dispute between the Ministry of Education and the BNTU. It's over the parcel of land in Corozal where the Ministry of Education wants to build a preschool. The BNTU says not so fast, because Union executives in Corozal expressed that they are in the process of acquiring the land.

In Kenya, Belize Thanks ACP Countries for Support
Foreign Affairs Minister Wilfred Elrington was in Nairobi, Kenya for the 9th African, Caribbean Pacific Summit of the Heads of States and Government. This summit, which took place on December 9th and 10th, was held under the theme, "A Transformed ACP Dedicated to Multilateralism". It was held to discuss issues such as climate change, ocean governance, and defense of multilateralism. Belize thanked the ACP Group for its unwavering solidarity and support of its sovereignty and territorial integrity.

A Bike For Five Bucks?
A bike for $5? With Christmas on the horizon you might be asking where to sign up for that deal! Well if you weren't at the Queen Street Police station earlier today, sorry to missed your chance. In the last 6 months, Police officers have collected dozens of motorcycles and hundreds of bikes from perpetrators, crime scenes and as unclaimed evidence. And today they put them all on auction. These bike prices run so low because the majority of them are extremely old, rusty, and worn out.

What the Reward Fund Does
You heard Superintendent Tucker say that the funds earned by the auction would be funneled into the Police reward fund. So what is the special reward fund? We asked Commissioner Willams today:

Compol Comes Through For Kids on Antelope Street
10 Bikes were spared from the auctioneer's block and that's because Commissioner Williams had already pledged them to G. Micheal Reid's Charlie Burton Foundation. We spoke to both men at the Racoon Street police station this evening, and they introduced us to ten young boys from the Antelope street area who will now be better able to get safely to and from school.

The Big Goodbye For Junior Buddy
He's one of the most famous animals ever in Belize - but Junior Buddy the jaguar is no more. The big cat passed yesterday evening due to heart failure. He had a very public life, an animal raised in captivity as a poster boy for jaguar education in Belize. We've attended his birth celebrations for most of the 12 years he lived and for a look back we go as far as 2009, and as close as 2018. Here's more:

Channel 5

Timroy Neal is Gunned Down in Roaring Creek
A Roaring Creek resident was executed on Thursday night under the nose of the Roaring Creek police. At about ten thirty on Thursday night, twenty-eight-year-old Timroy Neal was pursued by [...]

Cop on the run in missing firearms case
Police Constable Nadir Mendoza is on the run and his fellow officers are now looking for him. On Thursday, police issued a wanted poster for Mendoza. The Santa Elena constable [...]

6 firearms recovered in San Pedro
Six firearms were taken off the streets of San Pedro over the course of a few days making the island a little safer. Today, Commissioner Chester Williams praised Officer in [...]

One Vehicle, Two Different License Plates in Two Countries: Perfectly Legal
On Thursday Commissioner of Police Chester Williams and his senior commander visited Benque Viejo del Carmen, San Jose Succotz and Arenal Village to gain firsthand knowledge on Guatemalan bandits operating [...]

Forensics Department Provides Update on Annie Young’s Case
The disappearance of Anisha Young one year ago, continues to raise more questions than answers and her loved ones are no closer to finality on her whereabouts or that of [...]

No Familial Permission Necessary to Send Samples Outside for DNA Testing
According to Cho, there is still an option available should the Young family intend to pursue an independent D.N.A. test elsewhere.  He pointed out as well that all samples are [...]

International Energy Resources Ltd. and Kuylen’s Gas Service send out press release on LPG
The debate on butane prices continues. As you know, government enacted fixed prices on the commodity on November fifteenth to prevent predatory pricing; the move has triggered further discussions from [...]

Belize City Mother says Cop Attacked Her Son
Allison Broaster is accusing one police officer of using excessive force on her sixteen-year-old son. On Sunday morning, her son was making his way on West Street in Belize City [...]

Mother says Son Needs Urgent Surgery
Broaster says that her son now needs surgery to repair his broken jaw. She says the doctor is charging four thousand dollars.   Allison Broaster, Mother of Victim “I just [...]

Going Once, Going Twice, SOLD!
A large crowd gathered at the Queen Street Police Station today in Belize City. The crowd stood ready to bid on goods confiscated during criminal investigations but were never claimed. The [...]

Murder trial of Cameron Harris closes, 6 testified
The case of twenty-year old Cameron Harris for the 2016 murder of twenty-seven year old Nelson Zelaya closed today; six witnesses testified in court. Zelaya was killed in his yard [...]

ComPol explains big payment for extraneous hours for SPU OC.
Just mischief or is there a case for a closer look at a huge extraneous payout to the head of the Special Patrol Unit? If you ask Commissioner of Police, [...]

BPD gifts bikes to southside foundation!
The Commissioner of Police gifted ten bikes from its auction stock pile to a budding foundation on the southside called Charlie Burton Park Foundation. The foundation is being led by [...]

Safety tips for Xmas Shoppers
The holidays are upon us – with just twelve more days to go before Christmas, the shopping has started and this weekend going into next week – there will be [...]

Leonora Patnett is 106!
Tonight we take you to a home on Wagner’s Lane, Belize City, where a special lady is celebrating a big milestone. We stopped in to visit with Leonora Patnett for [...]

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community to Build Mosque
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community will be breaking ground tomorrow on a parcel of land along the George Price Highway for the construction of a mosque. The group of Muslims has undertaken [...]

Beloved Jaguar Junior Buddy Passes
The Belize Zoo today announced the passing of Jaguar “Junior Buddy”. Over the years we have followed the twelve-year-old jaguar, who passed from heart failure, on Thursday evening. The exact [...]

A New Pre-school for Dangriga Is Coming Soon
Earlier today, ground was broken by the Ministry of Education to construct a new pre-school building in Dangriga.  On hand for the brief ceremony was Minister of Education, Deputy Prime [...]

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Cops, villagers fight Guat bandits’ thievery
Residents of San Jose Succotz, which is in close proximity to the Belize-Guatemala border in the western part of the country, are angry and up in arms because Guatemalan bandits frequently come into the village to hold up and rob villagers, and steal vehicles, which are then smuggled into Guatemala. The village chairman, Wilson Pott, said that yesterday, men believed to be bandits from Guatemala were seen scouring the village and taking photos of homes and vehicles parked in some yards. The men were seen in the village a day after a resident, his wife and children were held up in their home on Monday night by three armed, masked men, and his vehicle was stolen.

Alvin Chi, 35, jacked at home; pickup stolen by Guat bandits
At about 8:30 last Saturday night, Alvin Chi, 35, a furniture maker, was at home along with his wife and two children when three men came into the house and held him and his wife at gunpoint. Chi was ordered to hand over the keys to his pickup. He immediately complied, and also told them that the vehicle was in good order, and that its gas tank was half-full. He said that the bandits told him that if the vehicle malfunctioned, they would return and kill him and his family, and also, if he reported the matter to police and made comments on Facebook, they would come back and kill him. They then drove away.

Hipolito Bautista, a true Belizean for all seasons, dead at 69
Hipolito Bautista, a Belizean whose work in various fields has left an indelible imprint on what it means to be committed to the ideals of national development, died yesterday, Wednesday, December 11, at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit. He was 69. “Yesterday was a painful day for me, when I learned that ‘Bou’ died”, said Francis Gegg, a longtime friend who described Bautista as being “one of my closet friends—like a brother to me.” Bautista lived with one of his sons in Belmopan. Gegg recalled visiting his friend about three weeks ago and “he was in good spirits.” “I had a very good visit; we laughed a lot. So now I only have the better memories,” said Gegg.

“Valentine Baptist, you are guilty of murder,” Justice Colin Williams tells prisoner
At the end of his summary of the Crown’s evidence in the indictment of Valentine Baptist, 30, for the July 2016 murder of Devin Parham, 19, Supreme Court Justice Colin Williams declared: “Valentine Baptist, you are guilty of murder!” The court has set February 13, 2020 as the sentencing date for Baptist. The Crown’s evidence was led by Senior Crown Counsel Shanice Lovell, while Baptist was defended by attorney Simeon Sampson, S.C.

“Sure I loved the ladies. But I got a bum rap,” says 101-year-old RB
“Me an my partners had a club — we rented Thistle Hall — and on the weekends we held parties. All the ladies would be inside the hall, waiting for a partner, and the guys would be hanging around outside, doing who knows what. The ladies wanted to dance; I loved to dance; so I danced with all of them,” RB (Roy Belisle) said. God spares life, on December 18 RB will be celebrating his 102nd year on earth, at Harmonyville, where he resides with his caregiver, Ms. Gloria Soriano, and her family. RB isn’t doing so well these days, largely because he is bedridden.

Traffic lights will bring order to busy intersections in Belize City
Belize once made it on the US game show Jeopardy with the question: Which country only has one traffic light? Presentely, the folks at Jeopardy cannot bring that same question back, because that reality has changed. Traffic lights have been installed in several municipalities throughout the country. In fact, one week ago, the Belize City Council installed a set of six lights at the busy intersection of Central American Boulevard at its junction with Neal Pen Road. The state-of-the-art traffic lights which confirm to international standards are equipped with cameras that can photograph violations, and drivers who run the red lights are putting themselves at risk of being ticketed through an automated system.

Clinton Uh Luna honored by Belize-Cuba Group
This morning at the Belize-Solidarity encounter, the Belize-Cuba Solidarity Group in collaboration with the Embassy of Cuba in Belize made a special acknowledgement to Clinton Uh Luna. For many years Mr. Luna has been a unique force for public good by providing articles, excerpts and important information about the history and contemporary life of Cuba. The Amandala newspaper, which celebrates 50 years of service to Belize this year, has created the space for Mr. Luna to express his ideas.

G Mike Reid names playground the Charlie Burton Park
G. Michael Reid, a retired police public relations officer, two years ago cleared an area of high bushes near his house on Gibnut Street in order to create a play area for kids of the neighborhood so that they could have fun in a safe space, and in collaboration with others, he has been able to develop the play area into a park. The park is now a full-scale recreational area for the kids and is equipped with a basketball court, and an area for football, and other amenities. The playground was officially named the Charlie Burton Park.

Cricket Corner – Big and excellent things happening for cricket in Belize!!
A pleasant time of the day to all cricket enthusiasts! The President of Belize National Cricket Association (BNCA), Dr. Roy Young and the governing body of the Association are highly pleased to inform you all of the continued progress of cricket in Belize. Female National Cricket Team By the time this news hits the streets at home and abroad, fourteen (14) female cricket players will be on their way to Costa Rica to play six games against three teams in the mid-season international tour (Female). According to stats (I stand to be corrected), this is the first time a female cricket team will ever be traveling abroad to participate in any tournament/games.

Teachers prepare to fight over land — again
There is new friction between the Belize National Teachers Union (BNTU) and the Ministry of Education (MoE) as a result of actions being taken by the ministry in accordance with its Education Quality Improvement Program (EQIP), which has been run by the Ministry of Education since 2015 and was designed to improve the quality of education for primary and secondary students by adequately training educators and developing new schools and educational facilities in the country. The program, which was discussed as recently as December 4 at the last House of Representatives meeting, exists to furnish teachers with the skills and tools necessary to apply more effective learning strategies and yield higher standardized test results.

Thieves attempt to rob former Belmopan mayor, Anthony Chanona
One of two thieves pointed a gun at former mayor of Belmopan, businessman Anthony Chanona, and tried to rob him, but he struggled with his attackers. The second thief threw him to the ground, but Chanona screamed for help and the two thieves ran away. Luckily the former mayor was not injured. Chanona told police that he was walking from the Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, located near the Ring Road in Belmopan, at the end of a church service on Monday night.

Akeem Trapp, 23, arraigned for murder of Glenford Hinds, 36
Akeem Trapp, 23, a laborer of Flowers Bank, Belize District, has been charged with murder for the death of popular Punta Gorda resident Glenford Hinds, 36, and with attempted murder, use of deadly means of harm, and grievous dangerous harm for shooting Anthony Valentine, 26, a laborer of Punta Gorda, who is fighting for his life in the Southern Regional Hospital.

Lloyd King, 25, pleads guilty to the lesser charge of manslaughter
Lloyd King, 25, who was indicted for the March 4, 2013 murder of Ronald Rivers, 28, entered a guilty plea for the lesser charge of manslaughter when he appeared in the Supreme Court of Justice Marilyn Williams yesterday, Tuesday, December 10. After King agreed to plead guilty to manslaughter, Crown Counsel Sheringe Rodriguez amended his indictment to reflect the change. Today, the court heard a mitigation plea on King’s behalf from his grandmother, Lonette Maskall.

Alvin Chi, 35, jacked at home; pickup stolen by Guat bandits
At about 8:30 last Saturday night, Alvin Chi, 35, a furniture maker, was at home along with his wife and two children when three men came into the house and held him and his wife at gunpoint. Chi was ordered to hand over the keys to his pickup. He immediately complied, and also told them that the vehicle was in good order, and that its gas tank was half-full. He said that the bandits told him that if the vehicle malfunctioned, they would return and kill him and his family, and also, if he reported the matter to police and made comments on Facebook, they would come back and kill him. They then drove away.

Deon Badillo, 27, dies 9 days after being knocked down
Dion Badillo, 27, a laborer of Hattieville, was riding to work on his bicycle on the George Price Highway in Hattieville, on Sunday, November 24, when he was knocked down from behind by a man on a motorcycle. Badillo, it seems, did not suffer visible injuries. He was taken to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital, where he was treated and released. His mother told us that she was rather surprised that he was released quickly, but at home Badillo began to suffer with pain in his neck and he had severe headaches.

Editorial: Our senators need some teeth
Some of the most brilliant minds Belize has produced have served in the Senate, and the debates in that arm of government testify to that. Most Belizeans would say that they learn more from the debates in the Senate than they do from debates in the House of Representatives, which are oftentimes given to grandstanding. The trouble for Belize is that where the more serious talk is, there is very limited power, and where the sometimes wasteful talk is, power is unfettered. One of the longest serving senators in our country, present Leader of Government Business in the Senate, Hon. Godwin Hulse, was the senator representing the business sector in May, 2007, when, speaking on a bill that would transfer millions of dollars in assets at BTL, to Telemedia, he expressed his frustration with the impotence of the body.

Fatal collision in Trinidad
At about 5:30 this morning, Leonardo Vasquez, 23, a farmer of Trial Farm, Orange Walk District, who was driving his motorcycle on the La Union Road from Trial Farm to August Pine Ridge, Orange Walk District, slammed into a tractor in a head-on collision and died almost immediately. Police say that the motorcyclist fell onto the road, and died from massive head and body injuries. The motorcycle, which was lodged under the tractor, erupted in flames, causing the wheels of the tractor to ignite, and also begin burning.

From the Publisher
Continuing in our recent series on Creole leadership in the second half of the twentieth century, we now come to the man Dean Russell Lindo, an economist and attorney who founded the People’s Development Movement (PDM) in 1969, and then became the first Leader of today’s ruling United Democratic Party (UDP) in September of 1973. (Lindo resigned as UDP Leader following the UDP’s shock defeat in the 1979 general election.) If you study the life and career of the late Dean Lindo closely, you will be forced to the conclusion that he was a selfish, self-centered individual. Married twice, to two of the most beautiful women in our lifetime, Lindo fathered one child, a son, Martin, with the former Eva Elizabeth “Betty” Fairweather, but the record indicated that he never paid that much attention to his only son.

Tutbay Yabra FC U-10 and Caesar Ridge U-13 are champions of 2019 Future Little League U-10 & U-13 Football Tournament
The Future Football Club U-10 & U-13 Little League Football Tournament kicked off on Saturday, October 5, at the ITVET Football Field in Belize City; and this past Saturday, December 7, saw the culmination of the tournament, with third place games in each category preceding the championship games, followed by an awards ceremony. Special guest for the occasion was legendary Belize City striker, Norman “Tilliman” Nunez/Pipersburgh, who was accompanied by former champion goalkeeper turned coach and now FFB coaching instructor, “Marvellous” Marvin “Hagler” Ottley.

Corozal F.A. Opening Season Week 12 report
This week marked the closing of the regular season for our Corozal Football Association (CFA) U-13 Male tournament, and the first leg of the U-20 Semifinals. Another successful week of our Youth Football Tournaments 2019! It has been a total success. This has been possible, thanks to each and every player and parent, as well as match officials, organizers, and foremost to the club owners/managers for their undivided time rendered to their players.

Belize Women Cricket Team to Costa Rica for international tournament
Fourteen ladies that form the National Women Cricket Team are leaving Belize on Thursday to play in the Mid-Season International Tour (Women) in Costa Rica. They are expected to play six games against three teams from Costa Rica. This is the first international outing for the Belize Women Cricket Team. The team is comprised of ladies from the Belize River Valley, and their average age is 30. Two Level One umpires are accompanying the team.

Eckert Lewis interviewed by Charles Bartlett Hyde
As a young boy of 8 or 9 years old, Eckert Lewis used to walk in the streets in the vicinity of 86 Eve Street, Belize City, where he lived at the time. Nothing unusual about this, except that a pair of boxing gloves hung from his neck by their lacing, and any of the boys he encountered on the way were welcome to try a round or two. The gloves were a present from his elder sister, Jean, who felt that he ought to have his own equipment since he seemed to have an addiction to the sport. A neighbor, Mr. Gilbert Bradley, had bought a pair of gloves for his sons, and Eckert was spending all his spare time at the Bradley’s. The other boys in the neighborhood were attracted also, but none of them had a relative with the generosity and foresight of Sister Jean.

Krismos shirts for 3 columnists (none for Canul Luna)
I really would have liked to buy shirts for all columnists in Belize, because I look to them for energy every week, but I have my budget. In the columns sections of the weeklies, it’s all about enlightenment, entertainment, political spin, independent spin, and flavor. Keep up the great work, all of you. Quién sabe, if you didn’t get a shirt from me this year, God spare life and my niece, Jacinta (AMANDALA’s business manager), remaining supportive of my having a column in the great Amandala, you might get the special next year Krismos. My first shirt goes to Mike Rudon of the Reporter. Braa, if you have to go to a pub for a little libation so you feel the spirit of the season, take only enough money to cover a few drinks and wear my shirt which says: “If yu buy mi a drink my family will kill yu”.

Musings by the Curious Nonconformist
I break my long-standing absence from my column by referencing and reflecting on the great words of Maestro Yasser Musa: “I recognize the beacon that is Cuba and its revolution, especially to the micro-nations, like us, of the earth. In the face of great adversity, we continue to struggle to determine who we are and it is our responsibility to teach solidarity and social justice.” Cuba is affectionately referred to as “la isla bella” for good reason; it is a remarkably beautiful country, of even more beautiful people, one of the world’s greatest contributors to the art and music industries, and she has a heartbeat which she marches to without apology.

Matron’s sister, Millicent, rescues Lucille
Nine weeks was not a long time for Lucille to wind up her affairs and vacate the government premises that had been her home since arriving in the town as a bride for what seemed so long ago, but right after the departure of her in-laws she had applied herself to this task. One of the first things she had done was get in touch with Mrs. Atkins, whose assistance and advice made the transition from the secure life of a Senior Civil Servant’s wife to ordinary citizen as smooth as possible. With her help she had been able to sell all unused linens, the leftover wedding gifts and the furniture, except for the baby’s crib, dresser, pram and her sewing-machine with its table.

Bandits – Verdes, 1-1 in PLB Finals Game 1; Game 2 “for all the marbles” this weeken
The Premier League of Belize (PLB) 2019-2020 Opening Season is down to its final game this coming weekend, after game 1 of the final series ended in a 1-1 draw last night at the Isidoro Beaton Stadium between home standing Bandits Sport and Verdes FC. Verdes took a 1-nil lead at the 35th minute, after left midfielder Denmark Casey’s cross-goal floater found advancing right-side striker Krisean Lopez, who unleashed a right-footed half-volley from 15 yards that caromed off the body of Bandits defender Carlos Urtilla and past goalkeeper Shane Orio into the net.

Only the people can save the people
Dear Editor, Election season in Belize has started. Although my philosophy is antagonistic to most politicians, I engage in dialogue. I prefer substance over form. Soon, political manifestos will be issued. Although they are supposed to declare the programs, positions and new ideas of the issuer, they are historically empty promises to a desperate populace. They only highlight the programs, but not the costs or drawbacks.

Alejandro reminisces about Jerry Cattouse
Dear Editor, In the From the Publisher column of November 22, 2019, Hyde refers to an Amandala article (Aug. 25/81) about Gerald Cattouse, the eldest son of Minister Albert Cattouse, the right hand of George Price in the 50’s and 60’s. I knew Jerry Cattouse when he had Jerry’s Tours in the 7th St. Zone-1 in Guatemala City. We used to palaver together and drink coffee. Jerry used to help people, especially Belizeans.

Allegations of corruption against Venezuela’s Juan Guaidó signal end to his leadership quest
The Ambassador of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to Belize, His Excellency, Ambassador Gerardo Argote, in an exclusive interview with Amandala, updated us on the situation in his country as it relates to what a few months ago appeared to be a parallel government — with President Nicholas Maduro on the one hand and the US-backed “interim president” Juan Guaidó, around whom allegations of corruption are now swirling, on the other. Ambassador Argote declared that Venezuela has won, because his embattled country has been able to avoid a war with neighboring Columbia and a civil war within its own borders. The allegation of corruption against Juan Guaidó has crippled his chances of toppling the Nicholas Maduro government.

The Reporter

The Blues At Christmas
When we hear the word Christmas, for many we envision twinkling lights, Christmas trees, tinsels, ham, turkey, black cake, gifts, rumpopo, and the list of celebratory items goes on and on. It can be said that for many Christmas is a happy time, but also we must acknowledge that Christmas is also a time where we can feel overwhelmed with the packed month of activities.

Rumble in the Heartland
‘District’ and ‘Village’ have always been places of reprieve for city folks and those in urban areas when they want to relax, recharge, rejuvenate and even retire. This can be seen especially during the holiday season and even more so during Easter.

Late Night Murder In Roaring Creek
The Reporter has confirmed that a man was murdered in Roaring Creek late last night. That man has been identified as Timroy Neal.


SALE SALE SALE; Police Department Auction
Today the Belize Police Department held its Police Auction, where they auctioned off various impounded and found property that were never claimed. The police station’s gate on Queen Street, Belize City was surrounded by various people waiting to take home a bicycle or other items. Superintendent of Police, Carol Tucker, told us about where the money acquired from the action is invested.

Man fatally shot in Roaring Creek
A brazen shooter fired multiple shots in front of a Chinese store last night, killing a resident of Roaring Creek Village, Cayo District. Love News understands that 28-year-old, Timroy Neal was in front of the establishment. The incident happened just after ten o’clock last night, a few yards away from the Roaring Creek Police sub-station.

Good bye old friend; Junior Buddy passes away
Today the Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center announced the death of the most famous jaguar in Belize, Junior Buddy. The 12-year-old jaguar passed from heart failure yesterday evening. The exact cause of the heart failure remains unknown, however. Junior Buddy was known as the ambassador of his species.

Ten thousand dollar fine for Unlawful sex
Simeon Ortiz , who has been charged with the unlawful sexual intercourse of a minor, was today committed to stand trial in the April 2020 session of the Supreme Court by Senior Magistrate Aretha Ford, after a preliminary inquiry was held.

Mosque to be built in Belize
History is being made in Belize with the construction of a mosque. A mosque is a place of worship for Muslims, but more than that, it is also a place of peace. The Ahmadiyya Jama’at community in Belize will be having the groundbreaking tomorrow.

What does Christmas mean to you ?
Christmas preparation can sometimes be a hassle. The holiday is eleven days away, so Love News Reporter Alisha Valentine took to the streets today to find out what Christmas means to our fellow Belizeans.

Bike donation by COMPOL
While the Belize Police Department held its annual auction today, the Commissioner of Police also donated ten bikes to ten children on Gibnut Street. The ComPol was approached by G Michael Reid, who is the founder of the Charly Burton Park on Gibnut Street.

Vice President of IDB visits Belize
The Inter-Development Bank (IDB) Vice President visited Belize this week Alexandre Meira da Rosa met with top government officials and private sector representatives to discuss ways of strengthening the Bank’s partnership and cooperation with the Government and private sector to ensure the country’s sustainable development.

Breaking Belize NewsPJ

Another ‘school girls fighting’ video goes viral
Another video of young Belizean girls fighting in their high school uniform has gone viral. […]

Armed camouflage bandits get ‘vigilante justice’ in Guinea Grass
Minutes ago, Breaking Belize News reported, and shared a video, of an armed robbery at […]

Armed men dressed in camouflage rob grocery store in Guinea Grass
Breaking Belize News (BBN) is reliably informed that Zen Zen grocery store in Guinea Grass, […]

Police officer from Santa Elena wanted for questioning regarding firearm theft
A wanted poster was issued for a police constable from Santa Elena, Cayo. The officer […]

Fisherman charged $2,000 for fishing inside a protected marine reserve
It is officially unlawful to fish or enter a protected area in Belize under most […]

Students strive for a green Christmas
This Christmas season, various schools have participated in projects aimed at improving the environment, through […]

One dead in road traffic accident on the Hummingbird Highway
Breaking Belize News (BBN) has confirmed that one person is dead and another is hospitalized […]

Road traffic accident in Pomona Village, Stann Creek
A road traffic accident occurred a short while ago in Pomona Village, Stann Creek. According […]

Orlando Salazar, 28, charged for robbing a police officer
Orlando Salazar, 28, one of two men who the police believe tried to rob police constable […]

The Belize Zoo mourns the passing of “Junior Buddy”
The Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center (TBZ) sadly announced today the passing of its […]

Almost 100 Belizeans deported from the US in 2019
An article published today on says that for the fiscal year 2019, over 5,000 […]

Report crimes with Crime Stoppers’ P3 Tips app
Crime Stoppers Belize is urging the public to assist in solving crimes. Crime Stoppers Belize […]

Timroy Neal killed in Roaring Creek, Cayo
Roaring Creek resident, Timroy Neal, was shot and killed last night in Roaring Creek, Cayo. […]


Let’s get jolly with Christmas Rompope!
. One libation that stands out as a Christmas concoction is eggnog, or as we Belizean know it, Rompope. The egg-based drink is seasoned with local spices and is a true taste of home. Rompope has always been present at family festivities during the holiday but never had I tried it. It wasn’t until recently that I got to sample the boozy Christmas drink made by the top distillery in Belize.

A Trio of Big Airline News For Belize
Tropic Air commemorated its 40th birthday December 11th, and the airline celebrated with customers. I missed the festivities the following day as I was already slated for two events – a salon party followed by a deli and real estate event. I got my celebration in a day early with a flight to Belmopan and back. While flying from Belmopan to San Pedro, I had a chance to get some great footage of the new Caye Caulker terminal and a cool runway shot. We were originally supposed to stop at Belize City Municipal Airport but got rerouted. I love flying in Belize, it helps me remember how much open space we have.

Belize Christmas Gift Ideas
Christmas is 12 days away! It time to get your notepad out to start writing down what’s on your Christmas list, and what your shopping list is for your friends and family. Here are our top Christmas Gift Ideas from Belize.

The Annual Christmas Bird Count
In Belize, the average person may know Christmas is near when seeing the annual migrating flock of Tree Swallows migrating in the hundreds, if not thousands. For Belizean birders? The tell-tale sign is the annual Christmas Bird Count. Rooted in bird conservation, the Christmas Bird Count is an annual early-winter bird census that relies on the participation of community volunteers. First started by the National Audubon Society in the USA as their longest-standing citizen-science program 120 years ago, the Christmas Bird Count (CBC) was adapted in Belize by the founding members of the Belize Audubon Society in 1969 for the Belize City CBC.

International Sourcesizz

Ninety Percent Of Predatory Fish Gone From Caribbean Coral Reefs Due To Overfishing
Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have found that up to 90 percent of predatory fish are gone from Caribbean coral reefs, straining the ocean ecosystem and coastal economy. The good news? They identified reefs, known as supersites, which can support large numbers of predator fishes that if reintroduced, can help restore the environmental and economic setback inflicted by overfishing. The team surveyed 39 reefs across the Bahamas, Cuba, Florida, Mexico and Belize, both inside and outside , to determine how much fish had been lost by comparing on pristine sites to fish biomass on a typical reef. They estimated the biomass in each location and found that 90 percent of were gone due to overfishing.

Happy feet: Priyanka Chopra is partnering with Crocs to donate 50,000 clogs to school children
Footwear major Crocs announced today that it is partnering with UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Priyanka Chopra-Jonas to donate 50,000 pairs of the company’s classic clogs to school children in Belize. The charitable contribution is a part of the actor’s mission to help children around the world - those particularly from underserved backgrounds and discriminated communities - by providing them opportunities to advance academically and raise their standard of living.

Indigenous groups rally to protect Latin America's threatened forests
Central American countries are teaming up to conserve the region’s five great forests as part of a regional climate action plan released at U.N. climate talks in Madrid this week, the alliance behind the effort said. The coalition of governments, indigenous people, green groups and others announced a plan to protect 10 million hectares of forests and degraded land inside those forests - an area roughly the size of Guatemala - by 2030. In the last 15 years, three of the forests have been reduced by almost one-quarter in size, with illegal cattle ranching responsible for more than 90% of recent deforestation, it said.

Belize’s low property prices lure US buyers
Please use the sharing tools found via the share button at the top or side of articles. Copying articles to share with others is a breach of T&Cs and Copyright Policy. Email [email protected] to buy additional rights. Subscribers may share up to 10 or 20 articles per month using the gift article service. More information can be found at It will be turkey with trimmings at David Green and Elaine Thwaite’s house this Christmas — cooked by Elaine’s son Jack, previously a chef at Scott’s in Mayfair, London. This traditionally English-sounding affair, however, will take place deep in the Mayan jungle in Belize, where Green and Thwaite run the Hidden Haven resort in the Cayo district’s San Ignacio. They paid $300,000 for the 15-acre resort, which includes two main houses and cabanas for holiday lets. “The hardest elements have been opening a bank account, due to money-laundering checks, finding good workmen and learning to be more laid-back, because most people here are,” says Green.


  • Love FM's 12 Days of Christmas - "Christmas is for Children", 2hr30min. Love FM's 12 Days of Christmas Night 1 "Christmas is for Children"

  • Christmas Hamper Drive, 1/2min. BEL employees have contributed to our Christmas Hamper Drive and are preparing to make deliveries to deserving families countrywide. We are grateful to our team for continuing this annual tradition for the 21st consecutive year!

  • BIFF 2019 Winners Video, min. The Belize International Film Festival created a video of all this year's winners. Tecuani & the Duende won twice, and the Belikin video about the Chiquibul also won an award.

  • Belize with some friends, 15min. We are in Belize for a month and we welcomed many friends from France. We had enough time to explore all the atolls and to make some nice scuba diving. Navigation is so stressful into the reef and the atolls because it’s so shallow and charts are not so accurate.

  • Channel 5 Obituaries - CAROL BERNADETTE BOWMAN NEE MEDINA, 3.5min.

  • Channel 5 Obituaries - MARIE VERONICA BELLINI, 2min.

  • Channel 5 Obituaries - KIMBERLY PHILLIPA NADO, 2.5min.

  • The Association for Protected Areas Management Organization - Update, 21min. How much do you know about The Association for Protected Areas Management Organization (APAMO)? Here's some interesting facts: 1.They currently manage 1.13 million acres of Belize's protected areas. 2. 14 of the 17 protected areas are members of APAMO. 3. They complete their programs through grant funding. Representatives of APAMO talked with us about their work and upcoming events.

  • Grove House Restaurant / Grove House at Sleeping Giant Lodge, 43min. The Belize Collection Resorts, Restaurants & Residences is a stunning collection of world class Resorts, Restaurants and Residences in Belize. We invited them to share a recipe from the Grove House Restaurant - a two time winner of Restaurant of the Year. The chefs prepared a tangerine and pineapple duck breast with a side of coconut Yampi topped with wilted Spinach. If you are looking for an alternative to the traditional meal for this Christmas this is a succulent dish you can prepare at home.

  • Preventative Checks - Dr. Fernando Cuellar, 33min. Dr. Fernando Cuellar, Internist at the Belize Medical Associates gave us timely reminders of the preventative checks we should take to stay on top of our health.

  • My Brother's Keeper, 45min. My Brother's Keeper is a program that seeks to give school-aged children mentors that can help them to see potential in life and to pursue positive changes. It's the brainchild of two existing community groups who work in the Southside of Belize. Today they shared a bit about the objectives of the program.

  • The Pilgrimage Foundation, 43min. Ambassador Atallah Shabazz is the eldest daughter of Malcom X and the Founder of The Pilgrimage Foundation. She has been visiting Belize over the past 17 years working with various populations doing philanthropic work. Today she talked with us about her latest seminar on balancing the scales between wisdom, wellness and work.

  • 10th edition of the Habinahan Wanaragua Competition, 26min. This year marks the 10th edition of the Habinahan Wanaragua Competition. We invited the organizers to tell us about the plans to mark this milestone and to talk about the cultural impact and connection to Belizean Christmas. We were also treated to some performances for the reigning junior champions.

  • Jason Ramos New Punta music, 12min. In our new artist feature we heard music from Jason Ramos who is hoping to make his mark on Punta music.

  • Travellers Cocktails, 14min. Travellers Cocktails gave us two recipes that you can try for your Christmas parties. Jordan Ramclam, Travellers Mixologist, made the drinks featuring Blackberry Wine and Rum Popo.

  • Musical guest - 501 Genesis a band from Belmopan, 37min. Today's musical guest is a band from Belmopan called 501 Genesis. They are releasing their first project entitled "Time Fi Di Youth." We chatted with them about the project and work they put into creating inspirational music for today's youth.


  • Wake up Belize Dec 13 2019, 2hr.

  • 12 days of Christmas, 2hr45min.

  • Krem Krismus Night 5, 2hr.

  • Don & Bill’s Belize Dives Family Version, 23min.

  • Flight from Belize City to San Pedro, 3min.

  • Belize Dec 2019 Our 25th anniversary, 18min.

  • Cristo Rey Youth Group Video Cayo, Belize, 8.5min. Creating a society in which all young people have the opportunity to achieve their full potential. We envision the Cristo Rey Youth Center to be the center of the community and a tool for creating a stronger community through access to education, sports and counselling.

  • December 2019 Ambergris Caye sargasso free!!!!, 15sec. The beaches on the island are beautiful no signs of sargasso!!!!

  • Christmas In Town 2019 | Live At The Falcon Field, San Ignacio, 50min.

  • Christmas In Town 2019 | Live At The Falcon Field, San Ignacio, 20min.

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