Monday May 6
Radio, cable licences should be withdrawn, Ramkarran says
The radio and cable licences controversially awarded by former president Bharrat Jagdeo shortly before he left office in 2011 should be withdrawn, says former PPP stalwart Ralph Ramkarran who suggested that the "public relations disaster" is bad for the government.
My Mother Lode
US calls on Guyana to revoke radio frequencies
The U.S. government has joined a growing list of international agencies calling on authorities in Guyana to immediately revoke radio frequencies issued to those closely connected to the South American country's ruling party.
Standing Up: Guyana and Norway Partner to Keep Trees Standing
Sustainability is all the rage these days. The phrase "Sustainable Development" can be heard with equal frequency in both boardrooms and dorm rooms.
Jagdeo conferred with award by Brazilian state of Roraima
On Friday, former President Bharrat Jagdeo was conferred with the highest honour of the State of Roraima, Brazil, the Order of Merit 'Forte Sao Joaquim'. GINA said that in the citation, the Governor of the State, Jose Anchieta Junior said the award was given for personal achievements, and for the strengthening of ties between Brazil and Guyana.
Jagdeo radio licences facing court challenge
Broadcaster Enrico Woolford yesterday moved to the courts to quash the decision of former President Bharrat Jagdeo to grant radio and television licences to 10 persons and entities, saying that his actions were unconstitutional.