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The San Pedro Sun

Boat collision near Caye Caulker, Oscar Cornel missing at sea
A councilor from the Trial Farm Village Council identified as Oscar Cornel, remains missing at sea after the boat he was on collided with another boat in an accident five miles southwest of Caye Caulker on Boxing Day, Thursday, December 26th. The incident reportedly took place around 7:30PM, when a vessel with five tourists en route to Ambergris Caye collided with another boat heading in the opposite direction. The vessel with the five tourists sustained damages to the left front side of the boat but no one was injured. However, all passengers were escorted to the Caye Caulker Polyclinic for medical attention.

Ambergris Today

Meet The Early Settlers Of San Pedro
Adrian "Danny" Vasquez was born in San Pedro on September 7, 1902, to his parents Roman Vasquez and Escolastica Manrique de Vasquez. Danny's grandparents lived in Valladolid, Yucatan, Mexico when the Mayas revolted against the Spaniards and Mestizos in what was known as the Caste War. Whenever a village or town fell it was sacked and burnt; those captured were tortured, stabbed, shot and burnt. A few of the survivors would leave everything behind and became refugees. Thousands of refugees fled south to British Honduras, now Belize. This whole grim story was repeated and it went on for some 60 years. It was in this setting in the1950's that Danny's grandparents escaped due south and came to the island of Ambergris Caye and to the small village of San Pedro. They had two children and thereafter had two more born in San Pedro, one of them Roman Vasquez who was Danny's father.

Groundbreaking For Three School Buildings In San Pedro
The Ministry of Education has embarked on constructing thirty-five schools across the country in an effort to improve the quality of education in Belize. And on Thursday, December 19, 2019, two separate ground breaking ceremonies took place in Caye Caulker and in San Pedro. Caye Caulker will get a new pre-school and Ocean Academy High School will receive expansion with a state of the art facility. While San Pedro will see the construction of three (3) state of the art school buildings which will house Pre-Primary, Primary and Secondary High School to be located 7 miles North of San Pedro Town.

Various Belizean Sources


Over one thousand children and their parents gathered at the Football field next to the Racoon Street Police station in Mesopotamia to enjoy hotdogs, cotton candy, cup cakes, popcorn and even ice cream sticks from the palatas man. All courtesy of Shyne Barrow, their UDP Representative, who has been distributing toys during the holiday every year for the last 6 years. This year Barrow decided to raise the bar by transforming the Albert Hoy Football field into the Children’s Holiday Festival grounds!!! Barrow brought out the full works with Trampoline, bouncy house, face painting, Mickey & Minnie Mouse plus an all star line up of performances from Supa G, Ernestine, Cocunu Bwai, TR Shine, Positive Vibes and the Legendary Titti Man Flores.

The Maya Ritual of Supplication
With a new year fast approaching it is important to connect with the ancestors and ask for blessings in the new 365 days of life. Mr. Silverio Canto is hereby inviting everyone from near and far to join him in the Maya ritual of supplication. He states: “Let us start the new year with prayers and asking our creator to provide needs, to help us complete our aspirations, and give us health in 2020.”

Domingo Perez Passes Away
As one of the first family to have moved to Cinderella Street in Orange Walk Town, he has left a lasting impression on all of us. A true man for all seasons, his journey in life has led him to be a successful farmer, businessman, trade unionist and an activist for the Masewal community. When our family moved to 10 Cinderella Street, the Perez family lived directly in front of us. His father Don Joaquin, had a small shop that sold vegetables and corn. My mother use to send us to buy an almud of corn as we had some local chickens that provided eggs and meat for the family. His mother Doña Eluteria (Doña Elut) also lived at the same residence. Don Domingo use to travel a lot and on one trip to Cayo he offered to take me to Roaring Creek to viait my grandmother and would have picked me up on his way back.

Pibil $15 a pound Rotaract in Corozal Town
Dec. 28, 11am-12:30pm in Central Park Corozal.

Channel 7

Boat Collision Leads To Fatality
Good evening, and welcome back to 7News; we trust that your Christmas holiday was enjoyable. For the most part, the two-day, midweek break was peaceful all around the country, and, tonight, we are glad to say there are no murders to report. But there are two traumatic deaths to report. We start first with our coverage of the drowning at sea of 30-year-old Oscar Cornel Jr., who was a sitting councilor on the Trial Farm Village Council. Information is still being gathered, but what we've been able to learn so far is that last night at around 7:15, the boat he was in, named ""Baby Gisselle" crashed into another vessel, named sir Alex about 5 miles southwest of Caye Caulker Village.

Cornel Was a Village Councillor
And while Oscar Cornel's family couldn't speak with us today, CTV3 in Orange Walk did speak to his colleague Patti Witzil. Witzil is the Chairlady of the village council of which Cornell was an elected member. She knew him well, as they had worked on many community projects together. This afternoon she lamented the many plans for the future of the village that the council must now carry out without a vital member of their team. Here's the translation of her interview: Patty Witzel, Chairlady Trial Farm Village Council "Yesterday around midnight his father called me and he gave me the sad news that Oscar had disappeared in the sea because he works out there but we didn't have any news from him yet. And this morning the same they were still looking for him, we were hopeful that we'd find him alive but unfortunately, it couldn't be that way. They found him dead."

Coast Guard Did Save One Man
We also spoke with both the Belize Coast Guard and Police about this boat accident and the ensuing search-and-rescue effort. Although the story has ended in tragedy, there was one positive outcome. The Coast Guard managed to rescue the boat captain who was also flung into the sea with Oscar Cornel Jr. Here's what their operations officer told us today about their quick response to this marine accident: Lt. Roque Canul - Operations Officer, Belize Coast Guard: "Around 7:10 last night, we got information about a boat collision in an area West of Caye Caulker. We did our best to get as much information as possible, and from then on, we launched operations."

Five Tourists Aged 14 - 46 Were In Collision
We also asked police to fill-in a few blanks about his accident off Caye Caulker, and here's what the police spokesperson had to say at today's press briefing: Supt. Alejandro Cowo - OC, CIB: "Yesterday at about 7:30 pm Caye Caulker Police visited an area about 5 miles southwest of Caye Caulker where they were notified of a boat accident, as a result, they spoke to one of the boat captains Mr Jermaine Williams 37-years-old and he stated that he was coming from Ladyville towards Caye Caulker and upon reaching at that location he had an accident with another boat that was travelling towards their location..."

Another Hummingbird Bicycle Death
And, in the weekend's other traumatic death. 54-year-old cyclist Ricardo Oh was knocked down and killed by a truck driver on Christmas Eve. It happened at mile 25 on the Hummingbird Highway - not far from Bertha's Tamales. Sr. Superintendent Hilberto Romero told us a little more: Sr. Supt. Hilberto Romero, Deputy Head, National Crimes Investigation Branch: "Information was that he was riding his bicycle when he was hit from behind by the truck. Thereafter he was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival..."

Other Serious Accidents Were Fortunate Not Fatal
And while that accident was fatal - luckily, a few others were not. Members of a popular band who had just played a Christmas night gig in Punta Gorda Town almost lost their lives when their vehicle flipped on the Southern Highway early on Boxing Day. It happened at around 4:00 am near Red Bank village. Taxi driver Lloyd Alexander Savery was driving a Kia Sedona van with 8 members of the band when he lost control and overturned in a ditch.

Recaptured After Running For 7 Months
He's been on the run for 7 months, but tonight, the escaped prison inmate, 28-year-old Christian Neal is in police custody. Prison authorities are preparing to transport him from Benque Viejo Town, where he was caught today. On the afternoon of May 7th, Neal and fellow inmates Wilser Echeveria, and Rafael Mencias managed to escape from the compound of the Belize Central Prison. The CEO told us that just after midday, all 3 prisoners somehow managed to slip out of the prison industrial zone. That's the area of the prison which is where all the production, such as block making, woodwork, and farming, happens.

Luis Wade And Wife Still Want Apology
PLUS TV personality Luis Wade and his wife Shasta say they still haven't gotten an apology from Jumoke Castro after his wildly offensive Facebook post last week. Wade told the media today that he is, quote, "not satisfied with Compol comments on not finding relevant charges. Our lawyers are saying differently and that will be ventilated in the new year." End quote. Here again is what the COMPOL had to say when we spoke to him a week ago:

OW Family Left Homeless on Christmas Night
An Orange Walk family got the worst news for the holidays when their home burned down on Christmas night. It happened at around 8:30 on Santa Familia Street, in Orange Walk Town. 41 year old Daniel Novelo was at his mother in law's house for a family bar-b-que when he saw smoke near his 20 x 20 house. He rode his bicycle over, only to get the worst news: Daniel Novelo, Fire Victim: "By the time I was coming half way, I met the neighbor riding to meet us and says that my house is unde fire. I took the bicycle and I rode through the alley and by the time I reach there the house was completely engulfed in flames. We weren't at home on the 24th night. We came about 10am to bathe so we can go to the hospital to see my brother-in-law and by the time we came we just lost everything..."

Shot to Mouth on Mopan
Tonight, 23-year-old shooting victim Daniel Bennet is slowly recovering after the Christmas Day shooting that has left him unable to speak. Bennet had been socializing on Mopan Street when he was shot to the mouth. He then made his way to a nearby police checkpoint where he was assisted and rushed to the KHMH. Today Superintendent Alejandro Cowo told us that while police are seeking one suspect, investigations are somewhat stalled until Bennet regains his speech. Supt. Alejandro Cowo - OC, CIB: "What police have gathered so far is that Mr Bennet was walking on Mopan Street when he heard a gunshot and realized he was injured he ran toward the police checkpoint. He was assisted and taken to the KHMH he was admitted on that date and he was discharged yesterday and police are conducting an investigation into this matter."

Knife Wielding Teens Shot In Robbery
And while Bennet was being rushed to the KHMH, a burglary was in progress a stone's throw away from where he was shot. Today police wouldn't tell us how they were alerted to the crime in progress but Superintendent Alejandro Cowo said that the cops shot at two minors who were threatening them with knives. Supt. Alejandro Cowo - OC, CIB: "Upon police's arrival they observed that one of the doors to the upper flat of the building was damaged and upon police gaining entrance to the building they observed three male persons inside of the building..."

The Getaway Cars Crash
And violence refused to take a holiday on Christmas or Boxing Day. At 1:00 yesterday morning, 42-year-old Darren Ramclam was walking on Newton Barracks when he was approached by a gunman who fired shots at him. He ducked and dodged while Police pursued Ramclam's assailant. He escaped, but he didn't get away clean, because his getaway car, a maroon ford explorer, was involved in an accident with an Immigration Department van. Police gave us more details in the dramatic series of events that led to the arrest of one suspect.

Two Suspects In Murder Of PG Teacher
On Monday we told you that Police investigators in Punta Gorda were investigating the violent and puzzling murder of Anthony Brown Jr., a retired educator who was living alone near the Elridgeville Community in the Toledo District. You'll remember that first responder allegedly found Brown in a crouching position in the living room area of the house. His hands and feet were tied and it appears that he was stabbed to his neck and upper body. And today, four days after Brown's vicious murder Sr. Superintendent Hilberto Romero could only tell us that police are searching for two suspects in what he calls an ongoing investigation.

Minor Turned Adult In Time For Murder Charge
Back in October we told you that shooting victim Brindel Munnings died in his living room after weeks of struggling to recover from a gunshot wound. At the time a minor was charged for his attempted murder. Well know that minor is an 18-year-old adult - and his name is Eric Frazer. Today, he was charge upgraded to murder. He will be arraigned and remanded next week.

Jankunu On Boxing Day
So what did you do on boxing day? Chill with the family? Continue to eat those yummy leftovers? Maybe go to horse racing in Boommaybe even recover from a food and drink hangover! Well, in Dangriga they were dancing! But, not any dance, they were dancing JANKUNU! It's the annual Habinahan competition - and we spoke to the winner via phone:

A Dancing Close
And, we close tonight with a little more of that hypnotic footwork from the top three dance troupes Enjoy, have a great weekend and join Indira Craig back here on Monday.

Channel 5

Trial Farm Village Councillor Dies in Boat Collision at Sea
The body of Oscar Cornel, a councillor with the Trial Farm Village Council in Orange Walk, was discovered floating after midday today. Cornel was missing at sea since Thursday evening [...]

Marillin Cornel on Fatal Boat Accident; Mario Rosales Survives
Cornel’s sister, Marillin Cornel told News Five that Oscar was with her common-law-husband, Mario Rosales, who captained the small boat. Marillin says she became worried when hours had passed and [...]

A Marine Casualty Investigation Underway in Wake of Fatal Boat Accident
A marine casualty investigation team is on the ground to determine what transpired in the fatal collision at sea. But even as that investigation is ongoing, Operations Officer at the [...]

Teen Burglars Shot by Police on Christmas Day
There was an officer-involved shooting in Belize City on Christmas Day which resulted in two sixteen-year-old boys receiving varying degrees of injuries to their lower extremities.  Lionel Gordon and Denver [...]

Daniel Bennett is Shot in the Mouth on Christmas Day
Twenty-three-year-old Daniel Bennett was also injured on Christmas Day around midday.  The resident of Ramos Street was shot in the left side of the mouth while socializing on Mopan Street.  [...]

Shooting Leads to Police Chase
Just after midnight on Thursday, Belize City police were called to a bar on Newtown Barracks where they met forty-two-year-old Darrell Ramclam who reported that he was shot at. According [...]

Why was UB Lecturer Murdered?
Fifty-seven-year-old Anthony Edward Brown was found murdered inside his home in Eldridgeville, Toledo on Monday.  He was stabbed to death the day prior. Investigators have so far uncovered that Brown [...]

Ricardo Oh Knocked Down and Killed on the Hummingbird Highway
Fifty-four-year-old Ricardo Oh lost his life on Christmas Eve while riding his bicycle near mile twenty-five on the Hummingbird Highway. At around six o’clock in the evening, Oh was hit [...]

A Repeat Offender is Arraigned for Drug Possession
Thirty-seven-year-old Leon Soberanis is no stranger to the law.  This morning, the Belize City resident he found himself yet again before the lower court. While he was granted bail for [...]

Fires in Orange Walk and Dangriga Leave 2 Families Homeless
Tragedy struck two families over the Christmas holidays in Orange Walk and Dangriga when their homes were destroyed by fire. Just before nine p.m. on Christmas Day, police responded to [...]

A Call for Interested Writers to Enter Belize Literary Prize 2019-2020
The annual Belize Literary Prize is a writing competition that is open for Belizeans living at home and abroad.  The winners are subsequently published in the Belize Literary Prize Series, [...]

Electricity Rates to Remain the Same
There will be no adjustments to the electricity rate as had been requested by Belize Electricity Limited.  The announcement was made on Tuesday by the Public Utilities Commission which said [...]


Accident on La Loma Luz Boulevard
Road traffic accident reported on La Loma Luz Boulevard in Santa Elena Town.

Oscar Cornel found dead after boat accident
Reports are that Oscar Cornel better known as Oshki Ojc was found a short while ago floating near Caye Caulker.

Boat accident near Caye Caulker
Reports are that a Boat accident occurred a little before seven tonight. Information are that the incident occurred a short distance from Caye Caulker. All occupants are not accounted for but the Coast Guards are assisting in the search.

Shooting on Ebony Street leaves man injured
Daniel Bennett, 23, was shot to the left side of his mouth today around noon. After being shot he went to the Vernon Street checkpoint where officers assisted him and took him to the KHMH where he is currently receiving medical attention.

Two minors shot on Banak Street
Burglary attempt led to two minors being shot in their legs on Banak Street in Belize City earlier today.

Fatal traffic accident on the Hummingbird Highway
Reports are of a fatal traffic accident near mile 25 on the Humming bird highway earlier tonight. The victim was identified as Ricardo Oh.

Minor shot while climbing orange tree
A 13 year old boy was shot while climbing a tree to pick orange from an orchard about a mile from his home. He was climbing the tree when he felt a burning and realize he was shot to the right calf. He is currently receiving treatment at the Western Regional Hospital. Police are investigating.

Retired teacher found dead inside his home in Toledo District
Information reaching our newsroom is that the body of Anthony Brown Jr a retired teacher was found at his house located on Cero Road near Elridgeville Community in Toledo District. Preliminary reports is, that when police arrived at the house, they found Brown in a crouch position in the living of the bungalow house. Brown was found with his hands tied behind his back with a black cloth belt and his feet were tied together with red orange colored string.

The Reporter

All But One Person Accounted For Following Boating Collision
The man, whose only identity at this time is “Jose”, was in a boat being captained by Mario Rosales. That boat and another vessel carrying five tourists and captained by Jermaine Williams collided into each other about five miles south west of Caye Caulker Village sometime around 5:30 yesterday evening.

Fire In Orange Walk: Man Loses Everything in Christmas Night Fire
A man lost his house on Christmas night in Orange Walk Town. Police say that they were summoned around 8:45 p.m., to Santa Familia Street where a 20′ by 20′ wooden house was already completely engulfed in flames.


AG addresses concerns on UNCAC
On Tuesday, we told you that the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) had written a letter to the Attorney General’s office about the apparent stall in the implementation of UNCAC. The Prime Minsiter had stated that he had yet to see the letter, but was sure the AG’s office would handle the matter.

Oscar Cornel dies in boat collision
The victim of the boat accident, 30-year-old Oscar Cornel, was an active member of his community. He was the Trial Farm Village Councillor responsible for sporting activities.

Boat accident on Boxing Day
A man from the Orange Walk District was killed in a boat accident on Boxing Day. The accident occurred off the coast of Caye Caulker, and our Correspondent Jorge Aldana has the details in the following report.

Jose Santos to be deported back to Honduras
23-year-old Jose Alberto Santos, a Honduran national, will have to pay a hefty fine of one thousand dollars for breaching Immigration laws. Today, Santos was arraigned on a charge of failure to produce a visitor’s permit, to which he pleaded guilty.

Band members involved in car accident after attending gig in Punta Gorda
One person is left hospitalized after a road traffic incident that occurred on the Southern Highway near Red bank, Stann Creek District. The Sweet Pain band was at a party in Punta Gorda Christmas night and didn’t leave until after one o’clock in the morning.

Minors shot after committing burglary
Shortly after that shooting, there was another one on Banak Street, Belize City at around noon. Two minors received gunshot wounds to the leg during a robbery that was in progress.

Wade family awaits apology from Jumoke Castro
Over a week ago, a comment made by the Transport Minister’s son, Jumoke Castro, caught the attention of the public and he was condemned for the things he said. The Belmopan Church of the Nazarene has joined in on expressing their concerns about the comments made against their pastor’s wife, media personnel Shasta Wade.

Police chase ends in car accident
There was a road traffic incident on Saint Thomas Street, Belize City yesterday morning. A van belonging to the Immigration Department crashed into the back of KHMH's fence.

Breaking Belize NewsPJ

Road traffic accident reported on La Loma Luz Boulevard in Santa Elena
Reports to BBN are that just after 8 tonight there was a road traffic accident […]

Nazarenes demand Castro be charged for “rape threat”
The regional and Belmopan Nazarene Churches are demanding formal criminal charges against Jumoke Castro for […]

Two teens shot and detained during burglary, police seek one other suspect
Earlier this week two minors were shot by police. According to police, the minors and […]

Police seek two suspects for retired teacher’s murder
Police are seeking two persons in connection with the murder of retired teacher, Anthony Brown, […]

Shot in the mouth, Daniel Bennett unable to talk to police
Daniel Bennett, 23, is at this time unable to speak to police. On Christmas Day […]

BelizeOn: Changing the Belizean shopping experience
The online marketplace, BelizeOn, is taking shopping in Belize to the next level with more […]

Authorities retrieve body of Oscar Cornel
BBN has confirmed with relatives that authorities have retrieved the body of missing Trial Farm […]

Trial Farm Village Councilor missing at sea
Trial Farm Village councilor, Oscar Cornel is reportedly missing at sea. Cornel was traveling with […]

San Pedro community mourns passing of Domingo Perez
The San Pedro Community is mourning the passing of former councilor, Domingo Perez. Perez is […]

One missing after boat collision in Caye Caulker
One man is missing after two boats reportedly collided around 5:30 p.m. yesterday near the […]

The best place to see fireworks on New Year’s Eve
The Christmas tradition and festivities in Belize each year are not complete without firecrackers and […]


The Three Seasons of Belize
Seasons are based on the annual climatic trends of a region, mainly air temperature and rainfall (precipitation to be technically accurate). Different regions across the globe have their own set of seasons based on their annual cycles.The seasons in Belize are dry – March through May, rainy – June through October, and Norte – November through February. Nortes are strong cold northern winds that blow in from Mexico along the Gulf of California. Sure, it might rain during the dry season, be dry in the rainy season or blow Nortes during the other seasons, but the seasons are defined by long-term trends. It allows us to expect a certain kind of weather during each season.

GORGEOUS Cool Holiday Weather On Ambergris Caye
The few days leading up to the Christmas rush had us all a bit worried. A big cold front blew in on December 18th and with it…grey and rainy and blustery weather. Rain for one of the biggest weeks for tourism on Ambergris Caye and throughout the country?!?!? No. Thankfully. Things started to die down around the 22nd and the holidays…have been ridiculously gorgeous. Still on the cool side – maybe a light sweater at night if you are visiting or, if you are a local, a heavy jacket and wool hat.

5 Things to Know When Visiting Belize
When going on a trip there’s always someone asking “what this would be like” or “what that would be like”; even during and after your trip you find yourself wishing there were things you had already known about a place. For other people, they search the internet to find out things they want to know in order to prepare themselves. So here’s a guide with a few things you should know when planning your trips to Belize.

Where to be on New Year’s Eve!
2019 has flown by, but where will you spend the end of it? Plan your last 2019 hurrah in style at some of the must-be places in Belize for New Year’s Eve. Watch fireworks at midnight, pop champagne with your family and friends, kiss your lover at midnight, and dance the night away. Find a spot to toast to a new decade among some of the best Belizean New Year’s Eve events and parties. San Pedro Town is located in the south part of Ambergris Caye in Northern Belize. It is twenty-five miles long and parallels Belize’s , Barrier Reef. The town is made up of white sandy beaches and clear turquoise sea. Coconut palms sway in the cool sea breeze, which makes it the ideal location for tourists to escape to.

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The Best Caribbean Destinations for an Easy Beach Getaway
We asked our network of world travelers to tell us about their favorite Caribbean beach spots they return to again and again and can't shake from their brains. The escape from your dreary job and the chills of winter starts with a daydream. Pick one of these Caribbean getaways and make it a reality. The first settlers came to Hopkins -- located about two hours drive south of Belize City -- in 1937, a Caribbean Afro-indigenous Garifuna community escaping persecution in Honduras. The secluded fishing village gained about 200 more people when a hurricane devastated northern Belize in 1941. Now, Hopkins is still a laid-back fishing village of about 1,500, lightly touched by resorts and tourists. That means uncrowded beaches where a hammock is always waiting for you.


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