Internet Radio

Daily Archives: May 3, 2014

Govt hints at constitutional challenge to budget disapproval

The Guyana government appears to be laying the legal groundwork to challenge the constitutionality of budget cuts to the state-owned radio and television stations and the Government Information Agency (GINA). Hint of this came in remarks by Attorney General, Anil Nandlall who said the decision by the combined opposition to vote down the approval of monies to the National Communications ...

Read More »

Several in Essequibo boat mishap stable at GPHC

At least four of the nine persons seriously injured in an early Saturday morning jet boat accident on the Essequibo River have arrived in the city for additional treatment. No one died in the accident involving the vessel named Odessie and owned by Barakat Speedboat Service.They are Charles Richards,40, one-year old Jonathan (only name), Devon Williams, Enrique and Sandra (only ...

Read More »

Podcast: Rev. Eugene Gilbert, Eddie Rodney underwent further cross examination

The Walter Rodney Commission of Inquiry continued on Friday (May 2,2014) when Pastor Reuben Gilbert and Lawrence “Eddie” Rodney underwent further cross examination by lawyer for the Peoples National Congress Reform (PNCR), Basil Williams.  Here’s a podcast of that session. We sincerely apologise for the quality of the first several minutes of the podcast. However, the quality improves for much ...

Read More »

Podcast: Rev. Reuben Gilbert testified, cross examined

Reverend Eugene Gilbert testified on Wednesday (April 30, 2014) before the Walter Rodney Commission of Inquiry. His evidence in chief was done under examination by Lawyer for the Commission, Latchmie Rahamat. He was subsequently cross-examined by Attorney-at-Law and Chairman for the Peoples National Congress Reform (PNCR), Basil Williams. Here now is a podcast of that public hearing which was held ...

Read More »

US Ambassador, Attorney General talk tough on media censorship

United States Ambassador, Brent Hardt and Attorney General, Anil Nandlall were Friday night at odds over the censorship of Guyanese media. Addressing a reception in honour of World Press Freedom Day 2014 that is being observed on May 3 under the theme “Media Freedom for a Better Future: Shaping the Post-2015 Development Agenda,” the American envoy declared that government’s “opposition ...

Read More »