Internet Radio

Monthly Archives: May 2015

GT&T congratulates APNU+AFC; pledges support to efforts to move Guyana forward

The Guyana Telephone & Telegraph Company (GT&T) on Monday offered its congratulations to A Partnership for National Unity and Alliance For Change  (APNU+AFC) for its victory in last week’s national election. The congratulatory statement comes at a time when telecommunications providers are eagerly looking forward to the passage of long-awaited laws to liberalise and regulate the sector. GT&T had asked ...

Read More »

New govt instructs NCN to provide balanced coverage

by Zena Henry The decades-long glaring one-sided coverage of the government and ruling party by Guyana’s State-owned media appears to be finally coming to an end. At least, that is the impression that the boss of the National Communications Network (NCN) was given Monday during a meeting with top representatives of the David Granger-led administration. The CEO told Demerara Waves ...

Read More »

APNU+AFC Coalition should finalise Cabinet members before weekend, reduced ministries to be addressed

by Zena Henry APNU+AFC Coalition should finalise Cabinet members before weekend, reduced ministries to be addressed The A Partnership for National Unity +Alliance for Change (APNU+AFC) Coalition is expected to have their Cabinet ready to work before this week ends. The two sides of the recently formed, President David Granger- led government is expected to have separate internal meetings today ...

Read More »

Police called in to deal with land grabbers

Police have been instructed to take decisive action against land-grabbers in a number of areas across the country, the APNU+AFC said in a statement. “The Police and other lawful authorities have been instructed to maintain peace and good order nin all locations where attempts have been made to stake illegal claims to land,” said the coalition in a statement. APNU+AFC ...

Read More »

BREAKING: Seven injured, 11 missing in mining pit cave-in

Seven persons are injured and  11 others are yet to be rescued from a mining pit that caved in at Mousie, a gold-bearing area in Region Eight (Potaro-Siparuni), police said. The injured were taken to the Mahdia Hospital. A police source said investigators have been dispatched to the scene and have not yet returned with information. Communication signal to that ...

Read More »

Heavily armed police deployed to government ministries

Less than one day after President David Granger was sworn in following the May 11 general elections, heavily armed police were Sunday night deployed at several government ministries to strengthen security. Police Commissioner Seelall Persaud told Demerara Waves Online News that policemen were posted because of unconfirmed information of “items being illegally/improperly removed.” Demerara Waves learnt that the hard drive ...

Read More »

Granger wants probe into Sophia unrest during elections night

by Zena Henry Leader of the A Partnership for National Unity + Alliance for Change (APNU+AFC) Coalition, President David Granger has suggested an investigation into the unrest that took place in the community of Sophia, hours after Guyanese had finished casting their ballots in the 2015, General and Regional election. President Granger is already on record as telling Demerara Waves ...

Read More »