Curtain comes down
Posted: Sunday, October 20, 2013
Curtain comes down
...on mudslinging, million-dollar campaigns
All set for tomorrow's poll
Low voter turnout in last two local govt elections
PP, PNM in dead heat
Guardian Media Ltd poll—St Joseph by-election
PNM has edge in local polls
Nacta says it's a close race but...
Poll: three way split in voter support
Analysts: It's a close fight Undecided voters hold the key in tomorrow's elections
'I'm not afraid of the AG'
ANNA DEONARINE, interim deputy leader of the Independent Liberal Party (ILP):
Oudit: New level of political vindictiveness
Jack defends dive into gutter politics
PM: Legislation coming to recall non-performing MPs
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday revealed that legislation would soon be introduced in Parliament to give citizens the right to recall non-performing parliamentarians.
COP leader: Don't trust Jack's green magic
No faith in Prakash
Orange Grove Savannah sport facility saga...
Rowley: PNM on verge of victory
Political leader of the People's National Movement (PNM) Dr Keith Rowley has promised to work "more than 24 hours a day" if the party is victorious in tomorrow's local government elections.
Alleyne: A vote for ILP is a vote for PNM
United National Congress candidate for the St Joseph by-election, former Crime Watch host Ian Alleyne
No rally for MSJ
...Abdulah, councillors meet and greet citizens
2,000 cops out for polls
Deputy Commissioner of Police Mervyn Richardson
The 'crisis' of buying out police leave
The Government's decision to purchase the leave of senior police officers who have reached the retirement age will soon be a thing of the past
'Irreparable damage from dirty campaigning'
Senior Counsel Martin Daly on Attorney General Anand Ramlogan's use of the political platform to launch an attack and to make allegations against Independent Liberal Party deputy political leader Anna Deonarine.
Ramlogan under fire
New economic growth in south west T&T
Govt justifies Debe-Mon Desir Highway
'Teachers must be beacons of hope'
As the race for a new executive in the T&T Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA) heats up, one candidate has thrown his hat into the ring to contest as an independent.
'Tampered quotations' discovered by NWRHA
Investigation into the purchase of kitchen equipment for the St Ann's Psychiatric Hospital and the Arima Rehabilitation Centre
What the Integrity Commission can do
'Indigenous Guyanese youth facing racism, human trafficking challenges'
Unemployment and human trafficking are two of the major issues confronting indigenous youth in Guyana.
PTSC launches 2 new routes in Central
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