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Final list of voters is published

As promised, his staff worked until midnight, while the Chief Elections Officer himself claims to have been at his desk until almost five this morning. According to C.E.O. Urban Reyes [...]

Churches ask politicians to play fair

While the strident voices of the politicians and the incessant noise of their electronic advertisements continue unabated, a quiet appeal for sanity has been issued by the nation’s religious leaders. [...]

Last ditch effort made to salvage debate

Reports of its death may have been premature as the indefatigable duo of SPEAR’s Dylan Vernon and the Chamber’s Kevin Hererra are still pursuing their elusive dream of a prime [...]

Government denies opposition charges on aliens

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has responded to charges by the Opposition P.U.P. that large numbers of immigrants were being improperly granted citizenship in order to vote in the upcoming [...]

Secretaries General analyze election

They are among the busiest and most harassed workers in an occupation which considers a sixteen-hour workday normal. Today News Five’s Patrick Jones managed to grab some time from two [...]

New book published on R.S. Turton

He was a benefactor to the National Library Service and the North Front Street extension was named the “Turton Library” in his honor. Finally, more than half a century after [...]

Red Cross aids Guyana drought victims

In regional news the Red Cross will begin intensive relief operations this weekend in the interior of Guyana. Over four hundred and fifty thousand U.S. dollars has been raised in [...]

Doctor, consultant say new hospital is in bad shape

“It has been a frequent target of critics, including this newscast. Tonight we take another look at Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital, prompted by criticisms of one of its doctors and [...]