RACE FOR ALDERMEN
Posted: Tuesday, October 1, 2013
RACE FOR ALDERMEN
Parties file over 300 names in upcoming local govt elections
UNC, ILP: Best people picked for aldermen
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS 2013 CANDIDATES
424 candidates to contest local govt elections
800 in the race
Almost 800 names submitted as candidates for the posts of councillors and aldermen as historic and unprecedented formal election processes got underway
Alleyne steals show at PP Sando launch
Although he denied being asked to contest the St Joseph seat by the People's Partnership Government, Crime Watch host Ian Alleyne last night mounted the party's Harris Promenade, San Fernando platform
First, ILP Hulk, now PP's Ian Alleyne
Agency moves to ease fears over swine flu virus
The Trinidad-based Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) has sought to quell fears of an outbreak of the deadly H1N1 influenza virus (swine flu) in the region
Communications Minister Gerald Hadeed has accused People's National Movement (PNM) MP Colm Imbert of creating a "diplomatic mess" with his statements in Parliament last week about Canadian High Commissioner Gerard Latulippe and the SNC-Lavalin issue.
James sees no fallout
Winford James on statements made by Opposition MP Colm Imbert against Canadian High Commissioner Gerard Latulippe
PM: Don't split the vote
...warns supporters of ILP/PNM alliance
Khadijah out local elections race
FORMER United National Congress (UNC) chairman of the Tunapuna/Piarco regional corporation Khadijah Ameen
COP, UNC to run separate campaigns
NNV eyes two seats
THE New National Vision (NNV) has its sights set on two regional corporations in the upcoming local government elections.
'ILP formed out of spite'
Jack Warner's Independent Liberal Party (ILP) was formed out of "avarice and spite", says Trinidad and Tobago High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Garvin Nicholas.
Subhas backs Jack
The United National Congress (UNC) has degenerated into "tribal politics" former parliamentarian Subhas Panday has declared
Industrial Court president: Contract labour hurting public service
The growing trend of contract employment in the public service is leading to a "systematic dismantling and weakening of the public service."
PM heads to Panama today
... for the Americas Competitiveness Forum in Panama City where she will also sign the Partial Scope Trade Agreement between this country and Panama.
Gordon: Integrity Commission a 'toothless tiger'
The Integrity Commission, the transparency watchdog agency for public officials, was yesterday described as a "toothless tiger" by its chairman Ken Gordon.
De Coteau not ready to quit politics
DESPITE a major health scare last week which left him hospitalised for three days
Kublalsingh to return to court on October 21
South African family attacked, robbed by gun-toting bandits
Attacked by four masked men, armed with guns, aboard the yacht Dino off Bloody Bay around 1 a.m. last Thursday.
Trial adjourned in killing of Coudray's daughter
A High Court judge has adjourned to December 2 the trial of taxi driver Ivan Taylor, who is charged with the murder of the daughter of Trinidad and Tobago Local Government Minister, Marlene Coudray.
Ex-murder accused slain at home
SHERWIN WILSON, the man charged and later freed in the shooting death of prisoner Peter Garcia on the compound of the Rio Claro Magistrates Court in 2009, was murdered at his home in Rio Claro yesterday.
Cops stop christening party, stolen DJ equipment recovered
A 23-year-old man who told police he is a coastguardsman with three-and-a-half-years service was arrested at his son's christening party at Perseverance Road, Maraval
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