Internet Radio

Monthly Archives: April 2019

Harmon appointed Director-General of the Ministry of the Presidency

Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 April 2019, 23:05 by Writer Former Minister of State, Joseph Harmon has been appointed Director-General of the Ministry of the Presidency, even as he goes through the process to give up his American citizenship, the state-run Department of Public Information said Tuesday night. This is believed to be the first time that government has given ...

Read More »

School of the Nations Principal hands over recording to police, US embassy; calls for “pressure” on American mission

Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 April 2019, 22:32 by Writer Principal of School of the Nations, Dr. Brian O’Toole has provided an audio recording of someone he believes Guyanese police can use to crack a shooting incident that has caused his left hand to be semi-paralysed. “It’s actually of a very clear message that came only a few days ago ...

Read More »

OPINION: How asinine and unthinking is this government!

Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 April 2019, 19:51 by Writer by GHK Lall I thought that this government had hard and heavy matters with which it is wrestling strenuously. I thought that this government had serious—very serious—priorities on which it was determined to table and see through to successful ends. And to do so, despite all the obstacles and forces ...

Read More »

Guyana Goldfields CEO to go as miner settles proxy fight with founder

Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 April 2019, 19:47 by Writer Reproduced from Mining.com A bitter battle for control of Canada’s Guyana Goldfields (TSX: GUY) between the miner and dissenting shareholders led by founder and ousted chairman, Patrick Sheridan, has been finally settled this week, costing the company’s head his job. As part of the agreement, the Toronto-based miner is appointing ...

Read More »

Suspected cocaine-in-pepper sauce exporters remanded to prison

Last Updated on Monday, 29 April 2019, 19:49 by Writer Two men accused of attempting to smuggle 107.6 kilogrammes of cocaine in pepper sauce to another country were Monday remanded to prison. The Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU) said Chief Magistrate, Ann McLennan denied bail to the accused men. They are Ramaeo “Chan” Chandrabhan of 39 Ornoque Street, Georgetown, and Andrew ...

Read More »

Guyana gov’t “regrets” US interpretation of tribute resolution for Abdul Kadir

Last Updated on Monday, 29 April 2019, 19:36 by Writer The Guyana government on Monday said it regretted the United States’ (US) condemnation of the National Assembly’s passage of a resolution in tribute to former lawmaker, Abdul Kadir, who died last year in an American prison where he had been serving life imprisonment for terrorism charges. “The Government of Guyana ...

Read More »

US condemns Guyana parliamentary tribute motion for terror-plot convict Abdul Kadir

Last Updated on Monday, 29 April 2019, 16:45 by Writer The United States (US) Embassy in Georgetown on Monday condemned the resolution by Guyana’s National Assembly for honoring the life and work of US terror-plot convict Abdul Kadir. Kadir was sentenced to life in prison in the US after being found guilty of plotting a 2007 terrorist attack at John ...

Read More »

Upcoming general elections won’t be “cake-walk” – Harmon tells PNCR General Council

Last Updated on Sunday, 28 April 2019, 15:04 by Writer General Secretary of A Partnership for National Unity (APNU), Joseph Harmon says the upcoming general elections would not be easy, even as his party leader expressed confidence in regaining power. “Mr. Harmon warned that these elections were not going to be a “cake-walk” and urged members to continue mobilizing and ...

Read More »

PPP condemns gov’t for Abdul Kadir parliamentary motion

Last Updated on Sunday, 28 April 2019, 13:06 by Writer The opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP) has roasted government for passing a tribute motion in the National Assembly for former lawmaker, Abdul Kadir, who was convicted by the United States (US) for terrorism-related charges and later died in a US prison. “The use of the National Assembly, Guyana’s highest decision-making ...

Read More »

CJIA not legally bound to IATA on new security fee; airport failed to avoid travellers’ inconvenience

Last Updated on Sunday, 28 April 2019, 8:26 by Writer The Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) on Saturday said it has no legal obligation to the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to provide information about the new airport security fee. The airport authority further laid the responsibility to end the long passenger delays squarely in the hands of IATA to ...

Read More »