NFMU to show cause why radio frequencies should not be revoked

The National Frequency Management Unit will have to appear before Chief Justice Ian Chang on May 9, 2013 to show cause why the Court should not quash its decision to assign frequencies for radio and television broadcasting to Radio Guyana Inc., Telecor, New Guyana Company, Rudolph Grant, NTN Radio, Wireless Connections, Hits and Jams Entertainment, […]

63 year old man remanded for stepdaughter’s murder

The 63-year-old man fingered in the brutal stabbing death of his 14-year-old stepdaughter was remanded to prison on Monday morning when he appeared before Magistrate Sherdel Isaacs at the Vreed-en-hoop Magistrates’ Court. The man, Fitz Josiah was not allowed to enter a plea to the indictable charge and he appeared emotionless as he stood before […]

Businessman Keith King remanded for cocaine in lumber

Businessman Keith King who was deported just over a decade ago from the United States found himself before a Georgetown Magistrate this morning facing cocaine trafficking charges. The 46-year-old man was refused bail and remanded to prison when he appeared before Magistrate Alain Wilson early on Monday morning charged in connection with the over 700 […]

Three persons die in separate accidents

The Guyana Police Force has reported that 3 persons lost their lives in separate accidents over the weekend across the three counties. On Saturday, 38-year-old Mukesh Mangar of Pigeon Island, East Coast Demerara was travelling in the tray of a motor canter vehicle along the Hope Public Road on the East Coast Demerara when he […]

AK-47 used in Police attack

Police investigators probing the attack on a police patrol which left a police corporal dead and two of his colleagues injured, believe a high powered AK-47 assault rifle was used in the attack. Early Sunday morning, Crime Scene Investigators from the Police Force’s Criminal Investigations Department were still carrying out checks on the bullet riddled […]

High tide rushes over Seawalls; areas flooded

Residents of Public Road, Kitty woke up this morning to their yards flooded as an unusual high tide sent waves rushing over the seawalls. A section of the Rupert Craig East Coast Highway was shut down to traffic early Sunday morning as the waves pounded the seawalls and flooded the roadway and nearby streets and […]

Policeman Killed, 2 others injured in evening attack

A 25 ¬†year old Police Corporal was killed and two other policemen were injured when gunmen opened fire on them during a traffic stop on Saturday evening. Corporal Romain Cleto was pronounced dead when he was rushed to the Georgetown Hospital with multiple gunshot wounds to his upper body. The names of the injured policemen […]

New meat centre opens in Georgetown

A multi-million dollar investment by a Surinamese company has opened its doors in Guyana with the intention of offering meat lovers, better quality products. The Rossignol Butcheries Meat Centre opened its operations on Church Street (Between Cummings & Light) in Georgetown on Friday. The opening forms part of a “rolling out” campaign. According to the […]

“Gold Don’t Spoil” -Pres. Ramotar

The price for gold has been fluctuating on the world market and that has raised concerns in the local industry. Over the past 2 years, Gold production has seen steady increases in Guyana. More investments are being made into the sector and the gold industry is considered the fastest growing one in Guyana. But the […]