Internet Radio

Crime

Several injured during incident at Providence Stadium

More than 30 persons were early Sunday morning injured at the Providence Cricket Stadium when pandemonium broke out during a concert there, authorities said. Most of them were either treated and sent away or eventually went to other hospitals in the capital, Georgetown, for further treatment to minor cuts, lacerations and  bruises. At least five of them up to 8 ...

Read More »

One Guyanese fisherman dead, three others missing; five suspected pirates arrested

One Guyanese fisherman has died and three others have been reported missing after pirates attacked them while they were in the Lower Shell Area, Nickerie, Suriname,  the Guyana Police Force said Saturday. Five suspects have since been arrested in a boat at Number 65 Village, Corentyne. “During this morning, acting on information received, the police went to the No.65 Village ...

Read More »

Teenage waitress shot while on duty

A waitress was shot and injured while on duty at a restaurant at Better Hope, East Coast Demerara, East Coast Demerara. Investigators were told that at about 10:45 PM at about Friday May 27, 2016, waitress Onica Luke, 16 years, of Vryheid’s Lust, East Coast Demerara was working at the Lucky Star Chinese Restaurant at Better Hope, East Coast Demerara when ...

Read More »

Ex husband, friend charged with Babita Sarjou’s shallow grave murder

Three days after the skeletal remains of Babita Sarjou were unearthed from a shallow grave aback her husband’s Campbellville home, he and another man were charged and arraigned for her murder six years ago. Shardanand Naraine, 39, and his friend 35-year old were not required to plea to the indictable charge that they murdered the 28-year old woman. Naraine and Punton ...

Read More »

Trotman to GGDMA: “Free for all” mining has ended

Minister of Natural Resources, Raphael Trotman on Saturday questioned the motive behind the  Guyana Gold and Diamond Miners Association (GGDMA)’s castigation of government’s efforts to improve the mining sector, and vowed that the “free-for-all” days are over. “Unfortunately, this recent attack, having taken the Ministry by surprise, suggests that the GGDMA prefers to see itself as a pressure group rather ...

Read More »

NY-bound construction worker held with cocaine in milk

A construction worker, who was destined for the United States (US) for the first time, was held with cocaine in milk at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport. Head of the Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU), James Singh said the cocaine in powdered milk weighed more than 10 pounds. The 30-year old man, who lives in Sophia, was booked to travel on ...

Read More »

Two arrested after robbing woman, money recovered

Police said they were investigating an armed robbery of a woman who was apparently traced from a city commercial bank. The money was recovered by the woman’s neighbours, and the two suspected bandits caught. Police said that about 1400h. today Thursday May 19, 2016, Marilyn Burning of Atlantic Ville, ECD, was about to enter her home after transacting business at ...

Read More »

Five charged with murder of Professor Mars‎

Five teenagers on Tuesday appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts charges with the murder of Professor Perry Mars. Mars was found bound to a chair in his home last Thursday evening. The five teens, who had their matter heard in camera were not required to plea to the charge when it was read to them by Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan. ...

Read More »

Was there a hidden hand in the unrest at the Camp Street Prison?

As the dust settles after several glaring testimonies from prisoners and law enforcement at the Commission of Inquiry into the Camp Street Prison unrest, other questions are now being raised. Questions are being raised about whether there was some sort of “hidden hand” in the unrest and whether there was an agenda. The Prison unrest left 17 inmates dead with others injured ...

Read More »