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National Emergency Management Organization Advisory No. 5

ADVISORY NO. 5 – HURRICANE LISA As at 12:30 PM, WEDNESDAY, 2nd NOVEMBER 2022 The
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BEL Update to NEMO – 12 noon

BEL Update to NEMO – 12 noon, Nov 2 2022: BEL’s teams continue to monitor
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Ministry Monitoring Canal Capacity

Kindly be advise that the Ministry has its team monitoring the canal capacity and we
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PM John Briceno Declares State of Emergency

Prime Minister issued an audio message, explaining that he has spoken to the Attorney General
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Need Police Assistance? Feel free to 911 or Crime Stoppers

Need Police Assistance? Feel free to 911 or Crime Stoppers at 922 or any ot
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HURRICANE LISA ADVISORY NO. 4

As at 7:30 AM, WEDNESDAY, 2nd NOVEMBER 2022 The National Meteorological Service of Belize (NMS)
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Emergency Outage – Portion Belize City

Wednesday, November 2 from 9:00AM to 10:00AM Affected areas: Portion of Belize City which includes
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Belize Issues Hurricane Warning (RED – II)

PRESS RELEASE Belize Issues Hurricane WarningBelmopan, 1st November 2022. 12:30 p.m. Effective midday, today, 1st
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Flood Bulletin No 2 November 1, 2022

FLOOD BULLETIN No 2November 1, 2022 at12 pm The National Hydrological Service hereby updates the
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Hurricane Watch declared for entire coast of Belize

BELMOPAN — Effective midday, today, 31st October 2022, the Prime Minister of Belize, in his
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#WEATHERUPDATE: Tropical Storm Lisa Forms

Here’s a look at the Four Day Forecast for November 01, 2022 to November 04,
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National Meteorological Service of Belize closely monitoring Potential Tropical Cyclone

#WEATHERUPDATE: At 3pm (local time) Potential Tropical Cyclone #15 was located over the Central Caribbean
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Former UDP Leader Protests In Front of UDP HQ

Former UDP Leader Patrick Faber has emerged- this time with a handful of supporters in
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UDP Leader says GOB does not prioritize well

The United Democratic Party hosted a press conference this morning at their headquarters in Belize
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Area Rep to Assist Reyes Family

Last night, we told you about the Reyes family of Holy Emmanuel Street in Belize.
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Allowances for Government CEO’s Fully Restored

Allowances for government CEOs have been restored to one hundred percent. That was confirmed today
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PSU Calls On Members to be Ready for Action

But the Public Service Union is not accepting the Prime Minister’s explanation. Today in an
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KHMH Staff wants to be pensionable

Yesterday, the leaders of the KHMHA Union hosted a press conference in which several issues
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PM Provides Update on Sugar Impasse

The sugar industry is at a familiar but critical crossroad. The Belize Sugar Cane Farmers’
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Concern continues to grow for the family of missing Orange

Tonight, the concern is mounting for the family of 20-year-old Yazir Beaza, a resident of
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Kirk Gill is wanted by police

A wanted poster has been issued for 50-year-old Kirk Gill. Gill is from Roaring Creek
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PM says IMF is happy with Belize’s handling of its

Representatives of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are in Belize meeting with Government leaders. It’s
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UDP Vice Chairman Alberto August says Recall against UDP Leader

Tonight the UDP recall saga continues. This time, the leader of the recall petition, UDP
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UDP Vice Chairman says Signatures Should not be rejected

August went on to share some instances where the vetting process failed. In one particular
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Who is Behind the Recall Attempt?

And since the recall process was started a couple of weeks ago, reports quickly surfaced
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Former UDP Leader Comments on Attempt Recall

This afternoon we asked the former leader of the UDP, Dean Barrow, for his thoughts
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UDP Deputy Leader Comments on Recall Petition

One person who has seemingly been quiet about the internal rumblings of the UDP is
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Agriculture Minister Provides Update on Sugar Impasse

 The longstanding battle between the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association (BSCFA) and the BSI/ASR continues.
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Former DPM Hugo Patt says he’s not optimistic that the

While Minister of Agriculture Jose Mai is optimistic that there have been positive steps towards
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Caye Caulker resident hits the jackpot

Lester Arnold, a resident of Caye Caulker Village, is two hundred forty-seven thousand three hundred
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Caribbean International Brewery Company Loses Distributors

The attorney for Caribbean International Brewery Company, Senior Counsel Dean Barrow is preparing to sue
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$3M Court Case Continues Next Week

The case remains before Orange Walk Magistrate Deborah Rogers and is expected to resume next
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SC Dean Barrow Comments on CIB’s Large Amount of Cash

Barrow goes on the explained that having such a large amount of money on the
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Preschooler Dies in Traffic Incident

The family of 4-year-old Zayden Villanueva is mourning his death. The preschool student of Georgeville
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Gardenia Teenager Remains Hospitalized After Being Knocked Down By a

Fifteen-year-old Arthur Thomas from Gardenia Village was riding his bicycle to go home around four
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Floodwaters to affect the Belize River Valley

Levels of the Belize River – particularly in areas of the Belize River Valley –
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WE’RE HIRING : SALES REPRESENTATIVE

A vacancy exists at Love TV for a sales representative to be responsible for generating
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Fuel Prices Should Start to See a Slight Decrease

Belizeans should be noticing a drop in fuel prices in the weeks to come. Fuel
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GOB Finds New Candidate for Public Service Commission Chairperson

We also managed to ask Prime Minister John Briceno about the Public Service Commission. The
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People’s Constitution Commission Bill Passed into Law

The House of Representatives today passed the People’s Constitution Commission Bill into law. As we’ve
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House Passes Senior Courts Bill

The House of Representatives also passed the Senior Courts Bill into Law. The bill amalgamates
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PM Briceño on the Court of Appeals’ Judgement

The Court of Appeals recently ruled in favour of the former CEO of the Belize
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Mediator to help resolve Sugar Impasse

The Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association and BSI/ASR are prepared to meet with a mediator
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Caribbean Brewery attempts to get confiscated money back

Attorneys for the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) and Caribbean International Brewery, the owners of Mine
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Ladyville Teen Fatally Injured in RTA on the Philip Goldson

A tragic road traffic incident this morning left a Ladyville resident fatally injured. According to
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Nurses Association calls on everyone to respect right-of-way for emergency

The Nurses Association of Belize is calling for immediate action on Government’s and the public’s
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Police Officer Shot to the Head

Tonight a police officer is on life support after she was shot to the head
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Dangriga Mayor Condemns Shooting of Police Officer

This latest incident has shocked the country, especially the communities of Dangriga and Punta Gorda,
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Police Chase After Shooting in Teakettle Village

In the Cayo District, shots rang out in Teakettle Village this morning. We understand that
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No Charges Yet in Ranchito Fatal Crash

Police continue to investigate the fatal vehicular crash that left student 21-year-old, Jorge Vargas, dead.
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Court of Appeal Judges uphold judgement in case involving former

The judges of the Court of Appeal have dismissed the appeals by Prime Minister John
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PSU President Comments on Ombudsman Win against GOB

And in other legal matters, last week we reported that the Government’s application to stay
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Oil spill in Benque Viejo Del Carmen; the Mopan River

Tonight, residents of Benque Viejo Del Carmen Town, Cayo District are furious over an oil
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One Dead and Several Injured in Major Corozal RTA

A tragic crash yesterday evening claimed the life of a student of the Corozal District.
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Jaheem Williams on Life Support

 As we mentioned one of the persons inside the ‘busito’ at the time of the
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Follow the safety rules of the road…they will save your

Jorge Vargas’ death yesterday is one of many sober reminders this year alone that we
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NEMO fly-over shows devastation to farming communities in the west

The central and western parts of the country are slowly getting back to normal after
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MIDH Assessing Flood Damages on the Country’s Road System

The Ministry of Infrastructure Development and Housing has also been conducting an assessment of the
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$1.3M Seized from Caribbean International Brewing Company in Police Raid

Last week we reported that a police raid was conducted at Caribbean International Brewing Company
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Man in Pomona Village Stabbed to Death with Icepick

Two persons were murdered over the long weekend. The first victim is 29-year-old Kevin Williams.
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Marine Biologist Murdered in Harmonyville

The second person that was murdered over the weekend was 38-year-old marine biologist Celso Cawich.
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Junior Solis Stabbed Multiple Times

A man is listed in critical condition after he was stabbed several times just after
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ComPol Chester Williams Frustrated with Police Officer Accused of Extortion

Last week, we told you about Thirty-five-year-old, Jairo Amador. he is the police officer who
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ComPol Chester Williams Comments on Video with Police Officer with

On Friday, Love News reported of a disturbing video of a police officer entering a
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NEMO says Belize is at risk of being hit by

Tonight, the National Meteorological Service of Belize and the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) say
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CEMO is Prepared says Belize City Mayor

The City Emergency Management Organization (CEMO) has also issued a notice on the weather system.
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Parts of Belize City being devoured by Caribbean Sea

Climate Change continues to affect the country. We’ve reported on several coastal communities where rising
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Belize City Street Figures pled guilty to being members of

Four Belize City street figures pled guilty to being members of a gang and producing
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Six Men Arrested For Gang Affiliation

Police arrested half a dozen men in twenty-four hours for gang affiliation. According to police,
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Guinea Grass Man Shot by Police

A man was reportedly shot by police in Guinea Grass Village, Orange Walk. We are
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BDF Makes Headway With Investigations into the Death of Private

Bullying and sexual harassment: that’s what an investigation into the death of BDF soldier, Micha
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BDF Commander Says Captain Coc’s Death Concluded to be Due

Brigadier General Azariel Loria also gave an update on the investigation into the death of
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Moreira walks free; but will he be able to rejoin

Thirty-one-year-old Albert Moreira is today a free man. That’s because Supreme Court Justice Ricardo O’Neil
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BDF Solider Allegedly Affiliated with Gang Remains on Suspension

Members of the public are left questioning cases of the BDF’s bad behaviour.  And, this
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An Update on Redistricting Case

Tonight, there is an update on the Belize Peace Movement’s redistricting case. The case was
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TNC Writes GOB, says More Separate ESIAs Should be Done

The Belize Program Coordinator for The Nature Conservancy, Julie Robinson has penned a letter to
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China says Belize should follow the One-China Policy

China has raised concerns surrounding Belize’s statement in support of the Republic of China, Taiwan,
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Mental health is our greatest wealth; kindness and compassion go

Belizean society is dealing with a grim reality: many of our young people are ending
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Three Police Officers Found Guilty of Manslaughter

The court has ruled that police officers Reydel Teck, Romelio Logan and Jashimir Cobb are
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Police Precincts and Formations to get body cams

The Belize Police Department’s many precincts and formations will soon be equipped with new body
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The BPA launches an Officer’s Developmental Training

Today, the Belize Police Department launched an Officer’s Developmental Training at the Police Training Academy
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BSI/ASR optimistic next crop season will have promising returns

Cane farmers are expected to receive close to 70 dollars per ton as the latest
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Farmer found dead at Silver Creek Junction in Toledo

Meanwhile, Toledo Police are still investigating the circumstances which led to the murder of a
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Norman Castillo killed in Hopkins; four people sought

Since Independence Day, Belize is more or less averaging one homicide per day. One of
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Ladyville teen dies in motorcycle accident on the John Smith

Over the weekend, a teenager lost his life in a tragic traffic incident on the
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The BPD holds the first COMPSTAT meeting of the year

Today, the Belize Police Department held its Computer Performance Statistics (COMPSTAT) meeting at the Police
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