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The San Pedro Sun

Missing teenage girl in San Pedro Town!
Kindly be on the lookout for 14-year-old Kenia Itza, Belizean Student of San Pedrito Area San Pedro. She is being reported missing by her mother 35-year-old Maria Acosta, Belizean Domestic of San Pedrito. According to reports, Itza was last seen at home around 7:30AM this morning, and did not go to school or have been heard about since then. She was last seen wearing a floral jumper suit. If seen kindly called the nearest police station. The San Pedro Police Station can be reached at 206-2022.

San Pedro RC School Cultural Day highlights respect for cultures
The San Pedro Roman Catholic School (SPRCS) hosted its annual Cultural Day on Friday, March 6th. Throughout the day, students represented various cultural groups found in the country, which included the East Indian, Mestizo, Creole, Maya, Garifuna, Mennonites, Chinese and even the Lebanese. Hoping to instill awareness and respect for our various ethnic groups within the melting pot that is Belize, teachers and students worked together to put forth a successful display. Commencing at 10 AM, the students presented their respective assigned culture to their peers, parents, visiting schools, and invited guests.

Belize Receives Presidency of CODICADER
The National Sports Council, Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports, and Culture, hosted the first annual meeting of the CODICADER Executive Committee where Costa Rica handed over the Presidency of CODICADER to Belize on Wednesday, March 4, 2020. Minister of Education, Youth, Sports, and Culture, Hon. Patrick Faber was present to receive this honor. Representatives from Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua and El Salvador were present at the ceremony. The agenda continued with a presentation of the 2019 CODICADER games followed by a confirmation of the upcoming 2020 games and a revision of the proposed rules and regulations for 2020.

New GEF-Funded Multi-country Blue Economy Initiative Gets Underway in the Caribbean
A new US$46 million initiative to promote Blue Economic priorities in the Caribbean, in support of the sustainable use and conservation of the region’s vast and diverse marine ecosystems and resources, gets underway with a two-day inception workshop on 5-6 March at the Best Western Plus Belize Biltmore Plaza Hotel in Belize City. The current initiative, entitled “Blue Economy (BE): Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem Plus (CLME+): Promoting National Blue Economy Priorities through Marine Spatial Planning in the Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem Plus,” is a 4-year project funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) with a grant of US$6.2 million and co-financing of US$40.1 million.

Change in the Pump Price of Fuel Effective March 7, 2020
The Ministry of Finance announces that on March 7, 2020, the pump price for regular gasoline will increase by 50 cents from $9.73 to $ 10.23 per gallon. The prices for premium gasoline, kerosene and diesel will remain unchanged at $10.40, $6.62 and $9.84 per gallon, respectively.

Taiwan Funds the Relocation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Headquarters
On March 6th, the Republic of China (Taiwan) provided support to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) of Belize with its preparatory efforts to begin the relocation of the MFA office from the NEMO Building to the newly constructed MFA Headquarters. This support will ensure minimal disruption of provision of services to the public during the Ministry’s relocation.

Ambergris Today

$$US46 Million Initiative To Promote Blue Economy Gets Underway In The Caribbean
A new US$46 million initiative to promote Blue Economic priorities in the Caribbean, in support of the sustainable use and conservation of the region’s vast and diverse marine ecosystems and resources, started with a two-day inception workshop on 5-6 March at the Best Western Plus Belize Biltmore Plaza Hotel in Belize City.

Various Belizean Sources


Salsa Dancing Classes in Corozal
Our fabulous Salsa dance instructors Jose and Irma Yuque have got their dancing shoes on and are itching to burn up the dance floor. Guys, the first class was a huge hit. Don't miss this, once in a life time, opportunity in Corozal Town and at the same time. Support a most worthy cause. See you on the 20th at 7:00 PM.

Strengthening the Bilateral Trade and Investment Relationship between Belize and Florida
On March 3 – 4, 2020, the Belize Trade and Investment Development Service (BELTRAIDE), a statutory body under the Ministry of Economic Development, Petroleum, Investment, Trade and Commerce of the Government of Belize (GOB), were hosted at a two (2) day outbound Belize Business Mission in Tallahassee, the capital city of the state of Florida in the U.S. Belize and the state of Florida have long maintained bilateral commercial relationships in areas of trade, investment and enterprise development.

Art Shack Opening in Belmopan
The Art Shack is having their grand opening on Friday, March 20th0 at 5 PM – 9 PM. An opening of an art gallery dedicated to representing Belizean Artists and Artisans. Can't wait to see you there!

Corozal Cleanup
Last weekend, the Rotaract Club of Corozal partnered with Oceana's Corozal Field Representative, Ryan Rivera to carry out a much needed cleanup in one of Corozal's most polluted sections of the municipal water ways. This cleanup was a unique one as it required the use of net poles that were graciously made by the Corozal Town Council to scoop out trash found in the water. Assistance was also provided by Council, Mr. Otoniel Riverol.

SBDC Workshop: Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Presented by: Mr. Mark Bowman, Business Adviser, SBDCBelize, Beltraide. Location: Fultec Systems Ltd., 3rd Floor 831 Coney Drive. Workshop Date: March 12th, 2020. Time: 9am to 12 noon. The Introduction to Entrepreneurship Workshop aims to equip individuals with the knowledge, skills, and capabilities necessary to self-analyse their capacity as an entrepreneur, understand business situations and master the knowledge necessary to plan entrepreneurial activities. Free of cost.

Football Marathon Fundraiser
Kent Bob Gabourel has been a major sports influence on our island, and he needs your help as he recovers. A Fundraiser Football Marathon has been scheduled for Sunday, March 15th, complete with food and drink sale. Interested donors, teams/players are asked to register by Thursday, March 12th. Message Sports Councilor Tito Alamilla Jr. for details. Let's join in and help our good friend Bob!

Santa Elena Bartender Training Today
Belize Mixology and MOE has partnered up to offer Introduction & Advanced bartender training for 20. Offering 50% discount so price is $300. Spaces are limited. Inbox or whats app 626-7518 to sign up.

FCD Mentorship Program
With support from the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives, a mentorship program was started by FCD titled, “Protecting Planet Earth – Mentoring Young Minds to Care.” In Belize the mentoring was done by members of the FCD Environmental Youth Group, while in Guatemala the activity was run by members of Todos Por Un Mundo Verde. The mentoring is divided in 6 segments. Twenty children participated in Guatemala while another 20 attended in Belize.

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Team "Canooe Belize It?" Wins the 2020 "Perseverance and Dedication Award"
The Perseverance Award was presented on behalf of the National Celebrations Commission in honour of Belize’s National Heroes. Belize has 2 named National Heroes, George C. Price and Phillip W.S. Goldson, who over the course of their lives and political careers exhibited courage and perseverance in the face of adversity. This award is given to a team that demonstrates perseverance and courage throughout the “La Ruta Maya”.

First Aid & CPR Training in San Pedro
Anyone needs course ??? Here’s one please call 2271144

Annual Maya Wedding Reenactment and Coconut Festival
SAVE THE DATE: BTIA second annual Coconut Festival and the Maya Re-enactment Wedding in Santa Rita. Don’t miss out on another spectacular event. More details coming soon!

Santa Rita Mural replica
Artist Carlos Carrillo continues the work on a portion of the Santa Rita Mural replica commissioned by the Corozal Local Tourism Committee!

Channel 7

Honduran Air Force Report On Heli Crash Points to Pilot Error, Disorientation
Tonight, the preliminary report on the BDF helicopter crash that cost the lives of four soldiers has been released. And, it shows pilot error was the likely cause of one of the worst air accidents Belize has ever seen. The report compiled by the Honduras Air Force Accident Prevention and Investigation Board says, quote, "the crew began a right turn with a defending vertical speed of one thousand feet per minute which possibly caused a spatial disorientation in the crew since they were performing a night flight under unfavourable atmospheric conditions, without night vision goggles equipment and also flying over water." End quote.

Timeline For A Tragedy
So, there it is: the pilot, Major Radford Baizer became disoriented - made a right turn and went right into the lagoon - which was only 5 feet deep. A terrible end - but there are still many more questions than answers. Today, Minister of National Security Mike Peyrefitte presented the local report with the timeline and the chain of command that led to the doomed mission:

Whatsapp Was Central To Mission
But they never returned to base, and that message was never received. They helicopter and crew would not be found until 30 hours later, in the bottom of the lagoon. No one even reported them missing until 12 hours after they went down. So, who failed to follow up? And why were they using WhatsApp on such a serious mission? The press grilled the Minister, and the Brig. Gen. this afternoon at the Coast Guard Headquarters about who failed to follow up and the WhatsApp factor - which the investigators found could have affected the pilot's orientation:

5K lbs of Cocaine
At the top of the news, we showed you the briefing that National Security Minister Michael Peyrefitte hosted to discuss the investigation into the helicopter crash which resulted in the death of the BDF soldiers, Adran Ramirez, Radford Baizar, Yassir Mendez, and Reinaldo Choco. They were part of the law enforcement team which went to intercept that narco-jet that was carrying approximately 100 million dollars' worth of cocaine. This afternoon, the police department concluded the mission those men gave their lives to be a part of by burning just over 5,072 pounds of cocaine. The police department invited the press to witness the burning of all those drugs, and 7News was there. Daniel Ortiz reports:

Grandmother Dies
"This morning at about 6:30am police received information of a female body that was sighted on a road in the Lake Garden area near the M& M construction site. The person was identified as that of Carolyn Joan Arnold of a Lake Garden address." Reporter: Sir, the nature of the injuries are you able to share a little bit more? It's a cut wound that she has to the upper body. 10:28

Family Speak
And this evening we heard from Arnold's son-in-law. He called her cruel and violent demise "ridiculous" and laments that the mother of 4 and grandmother of 15 who had spent many years working and providing for her family in the U.S. had her life cut off just as she was building herself a comfortable home. We spoke to him via telephone.

Devon Arnold Shot & Killed
24-year-old Devon Arnold, a resident of Arlington Drive lost his life on Friday night in yet another shooting on Belize City's Central American Boulevard. Police say that sometime before 8 p.m., he and 42-year-old Wayne Pratt along with others were socializing near Tammy Store. That's when 2 gunmen opened fire on the group. Injuring Arnold and Pratt. They were both rushed to the KHMH. Arnold would away 2 hours later. We spoke to his sister today off camera:

PUC On Why
The Public Utilities Commission held a press conference to explain its initial decision into the Full Tariff Review Proceeding for BEL. The Chairman explained how they arrived at the rate of 42.42˘ per kilowatt-hour when BEL had requested 45.33˘ per kilowatt-hour starting in 2021:

Weed Wedged
Police haven't released any information on it yet, but 7News has learned that Special Branch in Corozal made significant marijuana bust over the holiday weekend. We are told that they have arrested 1 person who was transporting 44 pounds - or almost 20 kilos - of weed. Sources tell us that the suspected drug smuggler tried to carry out his operation in a crafty manner. The person actually hid the parcels inside a vehicle tire. As you can see, the cops had to slice through the tire's material to expose the marijuana cache.

Channel 5

Preliminary B.D.F. Crashed Chopper Report; Major Ramirez Signed Off on Mission
A preliminary report of the investigation into the helicopter crash that killed four soldiers, Majors Adran Ramirez and Radford Baizer, along with crew members, Corporals Reynaldo Choco and Yassir Mendez, [...]

Major Ramirez Last Communication with JIOC was Reportedly at 4:33 on Thursday Morning
As to the actual communication involving WhatsApp messages, the content of those critical messages will not be released to the public or family for reasons of national security.  Minister of [...]

National Security Minister on Validation of WhatsApp Messages: “There was none. I trust the General”
Following the minister’s presentation they fielded questions from the press. One of the main points covered today was the issue of usage of cell-phone during the message. According to the [...]

B.D.F., JIOC and the WhatsApp Messages
While it is being questioned as to why the men didn’t have radio communication with them, Brigadier General Steven Ortega says that that decision and the use of cell phones [...]

Families of B.D.F. Soldiers Received Preliminary Findings
Family members of the deceased Belize Defense soldiers, who perished in the helicopter crash, were provided a copy of the preliminary report of the investigation before it was released to [...]

2 More Investigations to be Conducted; Will Families Sue?
After having read the preliminary report, the families will meet again with Minister Michael Peyrefitte and Admiral John Borland next week to discuss the findings. Attorney for three of the [...]

Sizeable Cocaine Seizure Incinerated
Brick by brick contained in bales of cocaine seized during a recent huge anti-drug operation were incinerated this afternoon at a safe location.  The B.D.F. and police made the bust [...]

63-Year-Old Woman is Murdered on Lake Gardens Road
A sixty-three-year-old grandmother was stabbed to death and her semi-nude body was found this morning. She has been identified as Carolyn Joan Arnold of Lake Garden’s Road off the Philip [...]

Devon Arnold is Murdered, Wayne Pratt Hospitalized following Belize City Shooting
In Belize City, Devon Arnold perished in a shooting on Friday night. Arnold was with his friend Wayne Pratt and others when they came under attack as they stood in [...]

Jareth Jones is Target by a Gunman on His Way Home
Twenty-four hours after the fatal shooting that claimed the life of Devon Arnold, shots rang out once again in Belize City. The gun violence occurred in another hotspot of the [...]

Michael Franklin is Charged for Attempted Murder in Corozal
There were two shooting incidents up north in the Corozal District. The first occurred on February fifth in which Samuel Matura was injured.  Around eight-thirty p.m., Matura was targeted as [...]

Edwin Marin is Charged for Aggravated Assault with a Firearm
In the second shooting which occurred on Monday afternoon, also in the White Cocal area of Corozal Town, the target escaped unhurt.  Vanessa Matus says that she exited a yard [...]

ACP Marco Vidal: Investigation into John Saldivar is Ongoing
Assistant Commissioner of Police Marco Vidal has been tapped as lead investigator into a criminal probe involving former Minister of National Security John Saldivar.  The Belmopan Area Representative resigned from [...]

Brigadier General Responds to Lack of Communication Equipment
Back to the press conference on the B.D.F. helicopter crash. As you’ve heard at the top of the newscast, the issue of communication onboard the chopper that morning of the [...]

Ministry of National Security Answers Questions about Fatal Crash
This evening, at six, the Ministry of National Security issued a twenty-three-page written report that was produced by the Honduran Air Force Team.  The ministry offered to host the media [...]

Senators Spar over Validation Bill
In Belmopan this morning, senators sparred over the recently tabled Government Contracts (Validation) Bill, 2020. The controversial bill has a retroactive effect on seven multimillion dollars contracts that the Barrow [...]

N.T.U.C.B. Does Not Support Validation Bill
Senator for the unions, Elena Smith, made it quite clear today in Belmopan that the National Trade Union Congress of Belize cannot and will not support the Government Contracts (Validation) [...]

Church Senator Supports G.O.B.’s Validation Bill
Supporting the bill today was Senator for the Churches, Ashley Rocke. According to Rocke, he does not believe that a law was broken in the biblical sense. In fact, Rocke [...]

Mark Lizarraga: “I tiad tell you so, your head haad”
Strongly opposing the Government Contract (Validation) Bill was Private Sector Senator Mark Lizarraga. Lizarraga told the government senators that during every Sitting of the Upper Chamber, social partners continue to [...]

P.U.C. Discusses B.E.L.’s Latest FTRP Application
The Public Utilities Commission held a press conference today, following the submission of an application by Belize Electricity Limited for a Full Tariff Review Proceeding for 2020 to 2024.  The [...]

B.E.L. Intends to Invest in Renewable Energy
Over the next five years, B.E.L. plans to invest almost three hundred million dollars in the national electricity grid to connect new in-country renewable sources of energy, introduce smart grid [...]

Wooden Structure Destroyed in Act of Arson
Police and the Fire Departments are investigating a case of arson in the Gungulung area of Lake Independence. A small wooden structure belonging to Raymond Allen was gutted over the [...]

A Home Invasion on New Road, Belize City
Around two-thirty on February seventh, there was a home invasion on New Road in Belize City.  Businessman Obadul Islam reported to police that he woke up to discover that two [...]

Thieves Target a Family at a Construction Site in Lake Gardens
There was an armed robbery on the evening of March sixth in Ladyville.  In the Lake Garden community, Dianne Martinez, her husband, their daughter and their employees were at a [...]

Sports Stats with Sportscaster James Adderly
Good evening, I’m James Adderly and this is Sports Monday.   [Highlights of the weekend sporting events....]


Body of woman identified
The woman who was found dead this morning in Ladyville has been identified as Carolyn Joan Arnold, 63. Her body was found in the Lake Gardens area of Ladyville.

The Reporter

Body Of A Woman Found On Back-Road In Ladyville
The body of a semi-nude woman was found this morning in Ladyville. Police are on the scene, where they found her face up with wounds to the neck and face.


Body of an elderly woman found partially nude
The body of an elderly woman was found partially nude in the Lake Gardens area of Ladyville, Belize District. The shocking discovery was made by a passerby early this morning as he walked past a dumpsite on a road near to the M&M construction site.

Police officers graduate over the weekend
A graduation ceremony for 207 police recruit number ninety-four was held on Saturday at the National Police Training Academy in Belmopan. Cayo correspondent Fem Cruz attended the graduation and filed this report.

Woman, family, and workers survived armed robbery
A 27-year-old woman, her husband, her daughter and workmen were targeted by armed robbers over the weekend. The victim posted on her Facebook timeline that she is traumatized but grateful to be alive.

Electricity rates to increase in July
In July of this year, consumers will see an increase in their electricity bill. The Belize Electricity Limited (BEL) made a submission for an Annual Review Proceeding (ARP) on January 22, in which they recommended an increase from 41.51 cents per kilowatt-hour to an average 45.33 cents.

BDF families briefed on the preliminary report
Prior to this afternoon’s press brief by the Ministry of National Security, the Minister and other officials met with the families of the fallen soldiers.

Fire in the Gungulung area over the weekend
A 12 by 12 abandoned structure in the Gungulung Area in Belize City was consumed by fire yesterday just after midday. The owner, 36-year-old Raymond Allen was on the scene and told Love News that he has owned the land and the home for over fifteen years but he does not reside there.

Kent Peters walks free from forgery charge
58-year-old Kent Peters walked free from a forgery charge this afternoon in court before Justice Marilyn Williams after the Director of Public prosecutions office entered a nolle prosequi as the claimant, Bowen & Bowen withdrew the charge.

Three non-fatal shootings over the weekend
A number of non-fatal shootings occurred over this weekend. One of them happened in Belize City, on Courtney’s Crescent on Saturday at 6pm. The victim, 35-year-old Jareth Jerry Jones, was hospitalized but is currently in a stable condition.

Belmopan CitCo holds public meeting
The Belmopan City Council is having a public meeting tonight to allow members of that municipality to voice their concerns. These concerns are expected to range from issues of citizen security, the environment and commerce.

Preliminary report on BDF crash leaves more questions than answers
The preliminary report on the February 27 helicopter crash that claimed the lives of four Belize Defence Force soldiers was presented this afternoon by the Minister of National Security, Michael Peyrefitte. The report leaves many questions unanswered and today’s press conference limited the media on what they were able to ask the head table.

Dennis Brown Pleaded Guilty To Possession Of An Article With A Blade
28-year-old Dennis Emmanuel Brown appeared this morning in the Magistrate’s Court for a single charge of possession of an article with a blade. He appeared before Senior Magistrate, Tricia Pitts-Anderson in Court where he pleaded guilty.

Breaking Belize NewsPJ teen found alive and well
Fifteen-year-old Sandra Makin, who was reported missing by her family, has been found alive and […]

San Pedro teen reported missing
A San Pedro teen, 14-year-old Kenya Itza, has been reported missing by her family. Her […]

Opposition and social partners on contracts: “I tired tell you so… yu head haad!”
An exasperated Senator for the business community, Mark Lizarraga, has suggested his patience has run […]

Belize among countries that benefit from new Rwanda visa waiver
The Republic of Rwanda, a country in Central Africa, has announced its new visa regime […]

Toronto publication tells travelers about cheap flights to Belize
Since the start of 2020, Belize has been the subject of many travel writing pieces, […]

Million-dollar drug bust goes up in flames in Cayo
Sixty-nine bales of cocaine seized on February 27 from a landed Gulfstream jet have been destroyed […]

Media requests Whatsapp messages from helicopter crew, Ministry says “Absolutely not!”
The Ministry of National Security says that it will not be making public, the final […]

United Kingdom’s health minister tests positive for Coronavirus
BBC News reported today that the United Kingdom’s Minister of Health, Nadine Dorries informed that […]

Ministry of National Security says report on chopper crash to be made public soon, refuses to address speculation chopper was shot
Following a press briefing this afternoon, the Ministry of National Security said that it will […]

BDF soldiers used Whatsapp on operation due to lack of resources
The Minister of National Security, Michael Peyrefitte, has said that a lack of resources within […]

Ladyville murder victim identified
The body of a woman was found this morning in Ladyville. The victim has been […]

Woman reportedly stabbed to death in Ladyville
This morning, the body of a woman was found in Ladyville, Belize District. The victim […]

Towhead truck collides with vehicle on Philip Goldson Highway
Motorists may notice that traffic is congested this morning on the Philip Goldson Highway on […]

Office of Director of Health Services meets with stakeholders to discuss Covid-19
Around the globe, health experts are grappling with the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak. Experts are […]

SINCERE LOVE AND VISION – the two most important ingredients that distinguish real statesmen from “career” politicians
The views expressed in this article are those of the writer and not necessarily those of Breaking Belize […]

More details emerge on Gungulunf fire’
Yesterday we reported a house fire in the Gungulung area of Belize City. We can […]

Man stabbed with broken Belikin bottle
A misunderstanding between two men ended in a stabbing last night. The victim, Edgar Sedacey, […]


Belizean Smiles: Eli Chi
“Life doesn’t always go as planned,” says Eli when asked how he became a chef. He started off as just a dishwasher, but always wanted more out of his career. Eli set his goal to one day become a chef at a well-established restaurant; a goal he has now achieved. The sous chef at Rain Restaurant and Rooftop Terrace and Aqua Seafood and Steak House, Eli is passionate about his life in the kitchen and proud of where his culinary journey has taken him. “It took me many years to actually start cooking in the line of a restaurant, but it was all worth it. The experience I had from cooking at home when mom wasn’t around was what helped me to get the position I have today. My passion is now preparing outstanding and commendable dishes.”

Top Marine Activities in Belize
Belize is home to the second-largest Barrier Reef in the world, making a snorkel trip a must-do adventure when in Belize. There are plenty of snorkel spots, sure to be a great day out for individuals of all ages. One of the most accessible from San Pedro and Caye Caulker is Hol Chan Marine Reserve, the countries first established marine reserve. On your snorkel, you will spot an array of tropical fish and beautiful corals that paint a vibrant underwater scene. For those brave enough to jump into the water at Shark Ray Alley, you can experience the thrill of swimming with rays and sharks.

International Sourcesizz

Guatemala find reveals early Mayan writing
A 2,000-year-old stela recently discovered in Guatemala has revealed examples of the genesis of Mayan writing, according to experts studying the ancient civilisation that dominated much of Central America. Known as Stela 87, the stone was discovered in September 2018 at the Tak'alik Ab'aj archaeological park in El Asintal, 140 kilometres southwest of the capital. The stela, dating from 100 AD, provides an early example of Mayan writing, German expert Nikolai Grube told an event at Guatemala's National Palace of Culture on Tuesday.

Canadians debate cancelling cruises amid travel warnings due to coronavirus outbreak
Tracey Orfanides is watching for every bit of news that comes out about the novel coronavirus as she decides whether to cancel a cruise she is booked to go on this weekend. “I’m still watching and waiting,” says Ms. Orfanides, who lives in Markham, Ont., northeast of Toronto. She is is among the confused cruisers who are torn between cancelling and risking it. At the moment she is full of questions. “What if I can’t get access to medical care? What about flying home? It’s really about what happens to us as Canadian citizens if we get quarantined or if we get it?” she says.


  • RUINS OF XUNANTUNICH IN 8K - IMMERSIVE 360° VR EXPERIENCE - BELIZE, 14min. Explore the Mayan ruins of Xunantunich in Belize!

  • Supreme Court Clock Works Again!, 10sec. After a considerable investment and some good old local ingenuity provided by Gerhard Penner of Shipyard, the Downtown Rejuvenation Project finally got the clock working again after some 20 plus years. Something we all can be proud of. Such a beautiful sound!

  • Police Linkup, 60min.

  • Ministry of National Security holds press briefing to share preliminary report on BDF helicopter incident, 46min.

  • Placencia, Belize, 3min. Drone Footage

  • Belize-Roller Coaster Dive Site, 4min. One dive at the Roller Coaster Dive Site near Long Caye, Belize.

  • LOBSTER CATCH IN BELIZE | Valentine's Day Dinner, 1min. It was our last day diving in Belize, which also happened to be Valentine's Day. The crew wanted to treat us to a fresh lobster dinner. Now that's what you call ocean-to-table!

  • Belize - Elkhorn Forest and Canyons, Long Caye, 4min.

  • TEAM NICH in the 2020 La Ruta Maya Challenge, 2min. Highlights of TEAM NICH (Alex, Efrain, and Felix Cruz) in the 2020 Belize "La Ruta Maya" Challenge.