Internet Radio

Daily Archives: June 30, 2013

Guyana concerned about duplication of CSME certificate process

Guyana remains concerned that St. Lucia and, Trinidad and Tobago are asking Guyanese to apply in those countries for Caricom Free Movement Certificates although they would have been already certified by the Foreign Ministry here. Foreign Minister Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett raised the issue at a presentation to the House’s Foreign Relations Committee last week. She said Guyana has been receiving a ...

Read More »

Fly Guyana to begin operations in October

Another airline is expected to begin flying the Georgetown-New York route before year-end, the Ministry of Tourism announced on Sunday. It will be called Fly Guyana. Fly Guyana’s representative Harry Chowbey announced that the carrier was expected to begin serving the route from October, 2013. “We spoke to the Government of Guyana who was very supportive of this, and in ...

Read More »

Fireman, who drove minibus in mishap, stabbed

A fireman, who was driving a minibus, was Sunday expected to be questioned by police in connection with an accident involving 21 persons including himself and the conductor. Figures dispute claims by the conductor, Travis Price, that the Route 48 bus was not overloaded at the time of the mishap. Usually reliable sources confirmed that fire fighter Reginald Europe was ...

Read More »