Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – October 29-30, 2017

News – 30 October 2017

Government to release several high-profile reports this week

Guyana gearing for oil spill readiness

Petroleum hunt will push estimates to over three billion barrels of oil

Demerara Harbour Bridge traffic will be affected due to faulty winch

Fake kidnapping of Trini…‘Kidnappers’ booked victim’s plane ticket

Deteriorating discourse…Cuss-down politics poisonous to Guyana’s children

NY lawyers moves to block Bisram’s extradition

Are these the bones of a murder victim? Cops take DNA samples from families of missing Berbice women

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Teachers have done well in difficult times – says Prime Minister

Local content requirements should be specified in oil contracts

Social activist says minority voices in City Hall being stifled

What is really needed to make tourism a success in Guyana?

Ron Robinson looks back

GTT Pinktober invests to support local entertainment industry

Chairman and councillors pleased with Blue Berry Hill drainage works

Farming group on a mission to transform Wisroc backlands 

 

News – 29 October 2017

GECOM resumes ads placement in KN

Guyana & Venezuela hold mediation talks with U.N Envoy on border controversy

Pressure mounts for restructuring of lawyers’ disciplinary body

Integrity Commission a must for oil and gas sector –advisors

Passion-driven educator, Gordon French, is a ‘Special Person’

As pressure mounts, miners urge $2B allocation to research mercury-free operations

Authorities move to introduce tougher regulations for wildlife trade

LEN distributes seedlings to Linden farmers

The Story within the Story…CH&PA clearly has some things to think about

Queen’s College students claim Presidential scholarships for CSEC, CAPE

Local producers welcome ‘Guyanese Flavour Uncapped’

120 submissions later…Land Rights Commission wants more time to complete work

Over 8000 households to get electricity by December

Controversy overshadows first meeting of Local Govt. Commission

Woman, 32, thrives despite stage four breast cancer diagnosis

NAREI takes vermicompost project to Region Six

Bridge reopens after critical pontoon switching at Harbour Bridge

Standards in Focus…Tips for Importers of Products monitored by the GNBS

Short Trips to U.S. & Long Trips Abroad Terminate Permanent Resident Status

The effect of a strong President Xi in the Caribbean

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