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Education tops balloting in children’s rights election

It was conducted with all the seriousness of a general election. And while these ballots took a little longer to count, the results of last Thursday’s UNICEF sponsored voting on [...]

Archaeology Dept. will assess damage at Nohmul

The Archaeology Department will begin salvage excavations next week on the ancient Maya mound at Nohmul, which was bulldozed last weekend. Archaeology Commissioner John Morris told News Five that his [...]

Resident shoots suspected burglar in Adam’s Lane

In crime news closer to home — much closer actually — several members of News Five’s staff were on the scene last night as three gunshots went off across the [...]

Commissioner says Income Tax Dept. can’t keep up with “creative accountants”

It’s been a long while since the Ways and Means Committee of the House of Representatives has gotten such a workout, but then again it’s not every day that the [...]

Accountant says avoidance is not evasion

And while we all know that government must indeed get its share, accountant, Cedric Flowers took issue with the perceived slur on his profession’s reputation. Cedric Flowers, Accountant “Stuart, I [...]

G. Michael Reid on City Centre

The subject of basketball is never far from the heart of News Five commentator G. Michael Reid and with the NBA finals on the tube and the CARICOM Championships around [...]